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March, 2013

  • 27 March

    Computer Fraud Abuse Act Gets Harsher


    The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), was originally designed to protect computer systems operated by the U.S. government and some financial institutions, but expanded in scope after several amendments. Congress amended it in 1994 to cover private litigations pursuing civil damages, after which, several businesses cited the law primarily ...

  • 26 March

    Matternet Founder Wants To Replace The Postal System With Drones


    Paola Santana is a former lawyer from the Dominican Republic, who founded the startup Matternet back in 2011 with four other immigrant entrepreneurs. She has a vision for the future and that vision includes drones. Yep, that is correct. The same drones that you see in your favorite science fiction movies ...

  • 25 March

    The Dell Takeover

    The Dell Takeover

    Michael Dell, founder of Dell, and the Silver Lake Group offered to take the Dell out of the public stock market and make it private back in February. Together, the two plan to allow Dell, the business not the man, $13.65 a share placing the computer manufacturer with a value ...

  • 22 March

    What is a Lights Out Data Center?

    lights out

    The concept behind a lights out data center is to provide a company with an additional level of protection for their server while also taking steps to become more environmentally friendly. These rooms should be maintained on the premises, but they need to be isolated from the main area where ...

  • 21 March

    YouTube Hits 1 Billion Milestone


    Video sharing giant YouTube said they now get 1 billion unique users visiting the website every month, or about one out of every two people on the Internet. “If YouTube were a country, we’d be the third largest in the world after China and India,” YouTube said in a blog ...

  • 20 March

    Gridcase’s Reactor Case Seeks Crowdfunding


    The main issue that Android users have with iPhone is it’s battery. Unlike Android, the iPhone battery can’t carry a spare and replace it on the go. That might change with the Gridcase’s Reactor Case for the iPhone 5. The case will include a crank for manually charging the battery to grab ...

  • 19 March

    John Riccitiello, CEO Of Electronic Arts, Resigns

    John Riccitiello

    John Riccitiello, the Chief Executive Officer of Electronic Arts’, has resigned, after saying that he was solely to blame for the video game company missing operational goals. He will step down from his position as CEO and member of the board of directors on March 30, according to a statement ...

  • 15 March

    Samsung Unveils Galaxy S4


    Samsung unveiled the Galaxy 4, or Galaxy S IV, at an event on Thursday night in New York  The S4 is the latest in the increasingly popular Galaxy S series from Samsung. The S4 is Samsung’s next attack on Apple with it’s big screen and impressive camera feature. The phone comes with an ...

  • 15 March

    The Samsung Galaxy S IV Has Arrived


    Well, sort of – it won’t be available on the market until the end of April. Nonetheless, Apple is shivering in their boots. Apple’s senior vice president for worldwide marketing, Philip W. Schiller, gave several interviews calling out all the flaws of the Google operating system that Android phones use ...

  • 15 March


    SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization; these are basically a set of techniques that give webmasters a competitive edge on rivals and ensure that their website will show up and have a high ranking in any major search engine results. It is essential for any web developer to have a ...

  • 14 March

    Samsung To Launch Galaxy S IV


      So far Samsung has been the only mobile phone company to give Apple a run for their money. Tonight they will reveal the new Galaxy S IV to the public. Many rumors have been spread about what consumers can expect of the new phone however, at 7pm ET they ...

  • 12 March

    Yahoo’s New Hiring Practices Come Under Fire

    Yahoo hiring practices

    Marissa Mayer, Yahoo’s new Chief Executive Officer, is starting to come under fire for her new rigorous hiring practices, which some people believe is causing the tech giant to lose out on top talent in the Silicon Valley’s hyper-competitive job market. Mayer defended her new hiring practices at an all-staff ...