Archive for the “Tech” Category

Six Ways To Improve Domestic Broadband Speeds

Posted on December 14th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

The internet was never intended for today’s plethora of different uses, and hardware hasn’t kept pace with our content consumption demands. As a result, millions of homes across America are struggling with unsatisfactory broadband speeds, leading to frustration and (in some cases) arguments. If three different attempts are made to download data simultaneously through a…

Finding Answers: How To Get Help For Your Website

Posted on December 4th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Building a website can take its toll on your time, money, and create quite the headache if you don’t have the proper answers to any questions you may have. Whether you are trying to increase traffic or just move that image a little to the left, these types of issues can stop us in our…

Why It’s Hard To Keep Up With Technology

Posted on November 2nd, 2018 by Neil Cumins

The pace of technological innovation grows faster with every passing year. Seemingly futuristic innovations have been consigned to history within a decade of their launch in favor of more sophisticated offerings. Over the last couple of decades, we’ve seen the rise of social media, streaming media, search engines, and SEO, tablets and smartphones, ecommerce, online…

Android Pie: Is It Really Easy As Pie?

Posted on October 5th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

Every new generation of the Android operating system heralds a distinct evolution in this Linux-based software. Providing the foundations for a billion smartphones worldwide, Android’s significance is reflected in the attention paid to each dessert-themed upgrade. Cupcake introduced on-screen keyboards in 2009, 2011’s Honeycomb pioneered screen-based buttons for navigation, and 2013’s KitKat heralded the first…

The Concepts Behind The Blockchain

Posted on September 21st, 2018 by Neil Cumins

While it might have a slightly mechanical sound to it, the blockchain is actually a crucial aspect of online data processing. But what is it, how does it work, and why might it be important in the coming years?  Block party Work started on developing a cryptographically secure chain of blocks in the early 1990s…

Virtual Insanity

Posted on August 14th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

It’s been 85 years since virtual reality was first depicted in the cinema, and the prospect of being able to enter an artificial world has intrigued mankind ever since. In the 1950s, moviegoers were given multisensory devices to provide additional stimulation as a movie progressed. In the 1980s, it became possible to purchase VR-ready goggles…

The BitGrail Hack Might Be More Than Just Another Cryptocurrency Heist

Posted on March 2nd, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Cryptocurrency has remained a volatile emerging industry for some time now, becoming a source of public fascination particularly over the course of the last sixteen months. In that time, breathless coverage and constant suspicion have plagued the industry, though many find skepticism to be beside the point: anything new and revolutionary is going to be…

New DMV Report On Self-Driving Cars Is An Insight Into Our Future

Posted on February 16th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

California may have been dubbed the Golden State, but it could just as easily be called the Driving State. As the third largest state in the US, California was built around the use of the automobile. Freeways sit at the heart of California’s central nervous system, with some of the country’s most famous highways crawling…

RED’s New Smartphone Presents a Niche Challenge

Posted on February 13th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

In the ten years since smartphones entered the mainstream consciousness—Apple released its iPhone X on the tenth anniversary of the groundbreaking device—companies have attempted to make good on this new wave of portable tech. The results have been varied. This past year, Apple saw its share of the US smartphone market hit 34% in the…

Early Success Of Forest Proves That Startups Will Find Their Best Clients From Other Startups

Posted on January 30th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

We are living in the age of the startup. Disruption abounds, with industries as varied as television, automotive, and even grocery stores all feeling the pressure of this new era: advance or vanish. The stress of managing a startup is far from negligible. Juggling the metric ton of responsibilities transcends a number of different levels:…

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