If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Just yesterday, I attended a Focuscope, Inc. focus group. My mother had registered me years ago and I rarely ever got calls from them. However, just this past Sunday, I was called for a phone interview. TheRead More

When it was first introduced, the $100 laptop appeared to be a great idea. The project, called One Laptop Per Child was designed by the U.S. government and would help to give developing nations a way to leap over technological barriers in order to become active members of the digitalRead More

If you own a computer (which you do), then you already know about all the bad things that can happen to it. By bad things I mean viruses and spyware known as malicious programs. It seems that just recently (and by recently I mean within the last four years), theRead More

Google, the company considered by some to be somewhat shady and unpredictable, is bashing the government on web privacy. Just earlier this week, privacy advocates and bloggers were outraged as AOL accidentally released identifiable data on 20 million keyword searches by users. Many were outraged by what AOL claims wasRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Christmas is just around the corner so whether you’re making a wish list or reading one, you’re thinking about which next-gen console to buy. There have been a few years of hype but it’ll all come downRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Many cars are starting to have completely key-less entry and ignition. It can be a lot easier on people; especially those who tend to lock their keys in the car. Recently, however, word has gotten out onRead More