Monthly Archives: February 2014

Could This New Software Interface Turn Your Home Into Something Out Of The ‘Iron Man’ Movies?

Could This New Software Interface Turn Your Home Into Something Out Of The ‘Iron Man’ Movies?

February 24, 2014

It’s almost unfair to watch movies these days. Think about it. How many time have you been watching a movie, only to see some amazing fictional technology that you wished was real? Everything from “I, Robot“, to “The Minority Report“, to even the recent “Iron Man” movies show some type of futuristic technology that has […]

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Apps That Could Help Move Along The Software Development Process

Apps That Could Help Move Along The Software Development Process

February 18, 2014

It should come as a surprise to no one that we rely on apps and technology for almost everything we do these days. Basically anything that you can think of has an app. Apple’s early marketing campaign for apps, “There’s an app for that.”, has pretty much become the truth. Now, even though this is […]

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New Tool Could Make Software Unhackable

New Tool Could Make Software Unhackable

February 11, 2014

Researchers from IBM and Microsoft have teamed up to make a huge breakthrough in unbreakable cryptography. This huge new development brought to life by the UCLA and MIT team gives us hope that encryption could go further than just protecting an output, and actually protect an entire program. This method of program obfuscation has always […]

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Are Your Security Settings At Risk By Using Chrome?

Are Your Security Settings At Risk By Using Chrome?

February 3, 2014

It is never easier having something taken from you. There are certain things that you expect to be kept safe from harm or prying eyes. Take your software for example. When using software from other companies, such as web browsers, you expect it to be relatively secure when dealing with personal information or settings. Not […]

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