The cohort of Americans born between 1996 and 2010, often called Generation Z or Gen Zers is the first generation to have grown up in a truly digital world. They don’t know a life without smartphones, social media, or on-demand entertainment. They expect technology to work seamlessly — and when it doesn’t, they don’t use […]
One of the popular ReadWrite posts discussed the 6 emerging cyber threats to look out for in 2019. These threats call for more robust security tools and strategies to protect our data. Also, the rapid rate of advancement in cyber threats deems it necessary that we constantly adapt to developments in the cyber world. Browser […]
In the modern age, where knowledge is global and necessary, and technological advancement is evident, it is essential to decipher the value that Big Data holds for us. Big data is all that information that can be encoded based on classification, patterns, various structures, and recurring human behavior. Big data can be structured as well […]
Globalized markets provide opportunities for thinking outside the box on labor questions — or even outside borders in the form of nearshoring. The past few decades have seen a boom in outsourcing to far away places. It’s been a useful strategy for some companies looking to increase profits by reducing payroll expenses. Other companies want […]
Every time you’ve installed a piece of commercial software, you’ve invariably been presented with what must have appeared to be legal gibberish- a seeming difficult to read, needlessly long, solid block of text that was almost impossible to understand. Most people never bother to read the information presented- quickly scrolling to the bottom of the […]
Savvy business owners understand the importance of intellectual property (IP) to their business’ success and most can name patents, trademarks, and copyrights as some of the various forms that IP can take. But the distinctions between copyrights, patents, and trademarks is often confusing and misunderstood, even by business people that regularly deal with IP. But not […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) exposes a variety of security challenges that have been prevalent on the Internet since its inception, but exemplified now that hackers can attack entire governmental or commercial systems worth billions of dollars. To prevent these large scale attacks from happening, CIA and DARPA alumni Tim Junio is attempting to build […]
Another step toward the obsolescence heap.
Little tweaks to Google’s algorithm can mean a lot…of pain.
Mozilla has almost faded from memory, but Rust could make it hip again.
The company’s real-time analytics tool shows how fast trending topics explode—then fade.
A standard championed by Mozilla and its rivals could supercharge the Web.
The Internet Explorer replacement can’t get here fast enough.
Google flexes its muscles—again—as self-proclaimed Guardian of the Internet.
A Web visionary tells us to get ready for the push-based future.
Photos and “Streams” will head off as independent services.
A decade of showing off our best, worst and just plain weird.
After years of use, the W3C finally recommends it.
It’s going to scan your Web activity and ignore your “do not track” browser settings. At least it’s telling us first.