Cybercriminals to Target Apple in 2016 For the longest time, Apple has enjoyed relative safety from cybercriminals and malware creators. With their continued growth and brand reach, however, it was inevitable that they would eventually become a target for cybercrime.
The Weekly Roundup 12.25 Editionby Amy | December 23, 2015
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Target Halts Hoverboard Sales Borrowing its name from the mode of transportation made popular by the Back to the Future movie franchise, the hoverboard has become massively popular in the last year. The two wheeled toy that responds to the leaning of its rider has been featured all over social media and has found its […]
It’s Been “A Long December,” and This Year Will Be Better Than the Lastby Amy | December 22, 2015
Well, well, well. You’ve almost made it: Just a few more days, and it’ll be 2016.
The Weekly Roundup 12.18 Editionby Amy | December 18, 2015
NASA’s Computer is 100 Million Times Faster than Yours With the level of technology employed in the common consumer computer, it is hard to imagine a computer that is significantly faster than the best products on the market. A new announcement by Google and NASA indicates that the machines we employ at home hardly scratch […]
We Once Threw Snowballs At Santa Claus, or How Philadelphians Get Into The Holiday Spiritby Amy | December 15, 2015
As Philadelphians, we wear our contradictions with pride. We’re the City of Brotherly Love, but we’re also some of the most hated (or feared, as we prefer) sports fans in the U.S.
The Weekly Roundup 12.11 Editionby Amy | December 11, 2015
Top Cybersecurity Issues to Watch in 2016 Cybersecurity is a consistent threat that is becoming a larger issue as technology continues to advance and more products and processes become vulnerable to hacking. With the new year approaching there are certain cybersecurity issues that we should remain cognizant of in 2016.
The Craziest Best Deals We’ve Seen During the Holidaysby Amy | December 8, 2015
The holiday season is always a time for great deals: every store and its mother promises screaming Black Friday discounts, and many extend their offerings throughout the entire Thanksgiving-to-Christmas season. And while every circular and online store yells from the rooftops that their deal is best deal, there’s no doubt that some deals are better […]
The Weekly Roundup 12.4 Editionby Amy | December 4, 2015
The First Cyborg Plants Have Been Created Thanks to a team of engineers at the the Linköping University Laboratory for Organic Electronics in Sweden, nature and technology are working together like never before. The team has been able to implant analog and digital circuits inside a living rose.
The Weekly Roundup 11.27 Editionby Amy | November 25, 2015
Facebook Will Use Safety Check for More Human Disasters Facebook activated its Safety Check feature for a human disaster for the first time following the Paris attacks. Previously, Safety Check had only been used for natural disasters around the world.