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What Senator Warren Gets Right and Wrong About Competition

Senator Elizabeth Warren's recent speech on competition was compelling and well-delivered, showing her academic and political chops. To the surprise of many conservatives, she discussed her love of markets and her preference for market-based competition over regulation. Show More Summary

Bootcamps Are Refactoring Computer Science Education

The swift rise of coding bootcamps -- accelerated vocational schools that prepare students to become professional software developers -- has understandably raised concerns about what it means to be a properly trained software engineer. Show More Summary

What To Look Forward To In China's Startup Scene, And Why You Should Care

China presents a fascinating place for startup founders or founder-wannabes. Despite its status as the world's second largest economy, it is still considered a developing country with plenty of space for technological and social disruption. Earlier...Show More Summary

The Writer's Workbench: Portable Keyboards

Last year back in October, I wrote here about portable keyboards which were largely meant to be used with tablets or even mobile phones. Since that time, a couple of new such keyboards have been released, both somewhat similar to one...Show More Summary

Captain, Are You Ready to Pilot The Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise?

No offense to Captain Kirk, but I always felt I was better equipped to take the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-A to warp speed. I mean, I spent my childhood watching science fiction and riding my bike like it was a spaceship, I just knew...Show More Summary

Sony a6300 Review - Frustratingly Awesome

Sony A6300 Review - An amazing mirrorless camera for photographers and videographers with a couple of kinks. No camera is perfect but the Sony A6300 on paper definitely comes close with a 24MP sensor, 425 AF points with great coverage,...Show More Summary

Canon 80D Hands On Review

We waited almost 3 years and the Canon 80D has just been released with new features, a new 24MP sensor, enhanced autofocus, and better build quality. But with new competition from the Sony a6300 in addition to the Nikon D7200, Canon definitely needs to deliver with an awesome new camera body. Show More Summary

How to create infinite unique, strong passwords that you can always remember

Passwords are required just about everywhere you go on the web. Whether you are posting on a casual blog or accessing bank statements, a password is required. Unfortunately passwords get stolen, guessed, and hacked all too often, and most likely, it will happen to you. Show More Summary

Game Review: The Technomancer

While I haven't found the time to share it with my readers so far, you can probably count me amongst the list of serious gamers who spend a considerable part of their daily time lodged in front of a computer playing high configuration video games from some of the best developers. Show More Summary

Beyond Double Pane: New Energy Efficient Glass Technology

Image Source Keeping your home or business building in the ideal temperature range year-round takes a lot of energy. Maintaining a recommended 78°F in summer (26° Celsius) and 68° in winter (20° Celsius) requires either an enormous amount of heating and cooling or outstanding insulation. Show More Summary

How Tech Is Changing in 2016

As we enter deeper and deeper into the digital age, tech is consistently changing. While many think we may have hit a plateau with the use of smartphones and other mobile devices, technology is only evolving more and more, sometimes in different arenas. Show More Summary

How To Remove Dust and Scratches In Adobe Lightroom

Dust and scratches are a reality of older images. You may also be using a camera that isn't in good shape. The point is that you need to clean it up. First impressions are everything, and people make them in 50 milliseconds. Don't diminish the visual power of your images because you left visible marks in there. Show More Summary

Elon Musk Is Wrong About AI. Here's Why.

Will AI evolve to become an existential threat to humanity? Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk and physicist Stephen Hawking seem to think so. They are amongst a number of luminaries who see intelligent machines as humanity's way of committing collective suicide. Show More Summary

Incubating The Next Generation Of Minority Tech Talent

As individuals, organizations, and governments continue to focus on developing new solutions to help solve our world's most challenging problems, tech incubators have become an important tool to help spur innovation. Whether it's Silicon...Show More Summary

Engineer, Poet, Pianist, Inventor, Innovator: Radia Perlman

I sometimes find myself in the homes, laboratories, and offices of the nation's greatest innovators. Last spring, I was standing in a living room in Lexington, Massachusetts, watching Radia Perlman —a 2016 National Inventors Hall of Fame Inductee—play the piano alongside her daughter on violin. Show More Summary

How to Protect Your Identity While You're Out Of Town

While it's important to do everything you can to protect yourself from identity-related crime when you're traveling, it's equally important to do everything you can to protect your home and the breadcrumbs of your identity that you leave behind. Every possible kind of identity-related crime exists in a dormant state in your home. Show More Summary

3 Reasons Why You Should Move Your Startup To Austin, Texas

When we first received funding in 2012 and joined the 500 Startups accelerator in Silicon Valley, we hit what many others would consider the startup jackpot for relocation. But when the program ended we pivoted our company into an Influencer...Show More Summary

Why the Vive is Winning VR

For decades, VR has been sold to us as a mythic escape into a big, open world of synthetic fantasy. In the 1980's, movies like Tron and the Lawnmower Man depicted protagonists exploring vast, action-packed neon landscapes. In the 1990's, Snow Crash and the Matrix described vivid journeys through, again, vast virtual landscapes. Show More Summary

Easily Distracted by Shiny Objects: Are New Technologies Threatening Your Mobile Strategy?

Every day it seems like there's a new wave of game-changing technology being unleashed upon the world -- the Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and chat bots. These and other nascent technologies are...Show More Summary

Recognizing Mobile Innovation Everywhere

In 2014, Jonathan Ortmans, a Senior Fellow at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation testified before the U.S. House Committee on Small Business, Subcommittee on Contracting and Workforce. This isn't surprising given that the Kauffman Foundation is one of America's most well regarded resources on entrepreneurship, jobs, and economic growth. Show More Summary

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