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Google Unveils Upcoming Updates

Google had their I/O conference, Yesterday, in Mountain View, California. This years showcase had a focus on artificial intelligence continuing to be added into it’s software. The Keynote speech had executives led by CEO Sundar Pichai laid out the company’s

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WannaCry Ransomware What To Know

If you’ve been paying attention you have heard about the ransomware attack that began last week which affected over 100,000 businesses and organizations in over 150 countries before Today. It is called the WannaCry Ransomware and it will encrypt files

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Google’s Project Jacquard

Not happy with how their Google Glass project didn’t take off as they expected and still wanting to give cell phone users a way to interact with their device in a way that keeps their heads up; Google has come

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Weather Satellite Launched

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s newest satellite was launched yesterday successfully, which means they in their own words have upgraded from black and white to high definition colour.   We are getting ready for #GOESR at @NASAKennedy!! #Countdowntolaunch @NASA

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It Can Get Confusing. A Friday Smile

With technology changing daily and phones having more computing power than my first 3 desktop computers, it’s no wonder it can all get a little overwhelming.  Fortunately the technology has become more and more intuitive.  That may explain how when

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Solar Power On The Rise

With a recent report stating that we will have to have sold the last gas powered car by 2035 if we are going to meet the high end environmental goals by 2050 it is good to see that Solar Energy

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Having Trouble Staying Cool?

The recent high temperatures and humidity levels made for some uncomfortably warm times, and while drinking water and using a fan are great staying inside with the AC was the easiest and best way to stay cool. Unfortunately AC units

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Lunchtime Trivia Fri May 20

Q: In the mid 1990’s less than 1% of the world’s population had this. Now 40% has this. What is it? A: Internet. “The number of internet users has increased tenfold from 1999 to 2013. The first billion was reached

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Hyperloop Runs Successful Open Air Test

In the hot Nevada desert a technology company is looking to change the way we travel every day. Hyperloop One is a project that is meant to take people across long distances over land in very short periods of time.

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