Monthly Archives: July 2014

  • How to Audit Your Online Passwords and Make Them Bulletproof

    We have more and more options for moving parts of our lives online, including—but definitely not limited to—social media, banking, shopping, reading or watching the news, and, of course, working. It's a huge convenience to be able to take care of so many things from our own homes with just a keyboard and Internet access. Continue reading


  • Top 10 Novels to Satisfy Your Inner Geek

    It's summer, which means it's time to escape to the beach, a cabin in the woods, or even just out to the nearby park for some extra sun, air, and relaxation. Many of us wouldn't think of heading off on a vacation, near or far, without a book or two in our suitcases (or maybe several hundred on our tablets!) Continue reading


  • How Do Software Patents Get Enforced?

    A topic that appears frequently in tech news is the issue of software patents. As with all patents, software patents offer protection to individuals and companies that develop new innovations. Software also poses unique challenges, however, which leads many in the tech community to question whether patents are the right answer. Continue reading


  • Are Rumors of a Microsoft Surface Mini Too Little Too Late?

    While Microsoft prepared for the release of its Surface Pro 3, rumors started to circulate about a new Surface Mini tablet, with the reports citing material released by Microsoft itself. However, the Surface Pro 3 release has come and gone, and there is no sign that a mini tablet from Microsoft will appear any time soon. Continue reading