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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

United Airlines just announced plans to have Wi-Fi broadband Internet on international flights!

Although on the surface, this may not seem like such a tremendous deal, as there are already a bunch of US airlines that offer “In-Flight Wi-Fi”; this announcement is really a big departure from the norm.

 
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Posted by Jason Moriarty

Censorship is alive… and it’s about to take over the Internet. There is a new bill floating around the House of Representatives called SOPA –Stop Online Piracy Act. In theory it sounds fair – it would give the music and movie industries (among others) the right to keep their copyrighted materials from being stolen and republished online illegally.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Netflix and AOL subscriber bases are inverse; headed in opposite directions.  But going deeper, does the inverse relationship reflect something we can learn about technological evolution?

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Internet Explorer usage has been in decline –rapidly– according to a recent TechnoBuffalo article. Fall of the go-to web browser?

The tech blog reports, that “across all traffic, IE weighs in at 49.58 percent of users” which is a “drop-off of 1.76 percentage points” from just last month.

This is a dangerous sign of things to come for Internet Explorer.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Newsflash:

Here comes the end of Flash!

Adobe made the startling announcement that it is going to put an end to all development of mobile Flash on Wednesday, and the web’s been buzzing with the news.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Radio-Frequency Identification or RFID technology is sculpting the future.

These tiny, integrated circuits go almost entirely unnoticed in our everyday lives but they are a much larger part of our worlds than we realize.

 
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Posted by Jason Moriarty

The Web has come a lonnnnnnnng way since the early 90s; the evolution is quite stunning! We have transitioned from Netscape Navigator, AOL, and dancing babies to online retail stores, video conferencing, and augmented reality. Life without the web is hard to imagine, but it’s even harder to believe that the web has only been around just a few years! Imagine where we will be in 2020 – holographic projections perhaps?  Take a stroll with me down digital memory lane as we look at the evolution of two of the worlds most popular websites: Apple.com and McDonalds.com

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 If you’ve never heard of Marissa Mayer, one of Google’s senior executives (one of few women exectutives in tech), allow me to fill you in:

  • According to Wikipedia, Mayer was born in 1975
  • She graduated from  Stanford University
  • She joined Google in 1999, when the company had under 20 employees (talk about the right place at the right time!)
  • Mayer became the first female engineer hired by Google
  • Over 10 years later, Marissa is a Google Executive with her official title being; Vice President of Location and Local Services, and is frequently the warm, public face of the tech Goliath

To me personally, this short synopsis is extremely inspiring.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Bryce Gruber takes it to the streets of the Occupy Wall Street movement with tampons and a glittery picket sign: “free tampons to stop economic bleeding.”

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Every SMB must take advantage of powerful Cloud Computing. An SMB (small-midsize business), usually doesn’t have steady cash flow, one of the many reasons to go Cloud!

Although you hear the terms “Cloud Computing”, “Cloud”, “Cloud Solution”, “Moving to the Cloud” and “Cloud Desktopeverywhere, a vast amount of people still have absolutely no idea what this means.

 
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