This video features an exhibition on some few-still-survive pieces of Apple I, the first product released by Apple Computer Company (Now Apple Inc.), at The Living Computer Museum in Seattle.Read more "Apple I Pieces Exhibited in Seattle"
A much rougher ride begins for people who value online privacy because your browsing history now is up for sale to bidders, on a larger scale, in that companies like Google and Facebook have already been doing so.Read more "ISPs: “Information Sold for Profits?”"
Despite current issues, today is the day when people will not panic at fake news, and Google might just win it in that regard with its April Fool’s Day prank, the Google Gnome.Read more "Google Gnome: Google ‘Introduces’ Smart Yard Technology"
Start to imagine where we will be 100 years from now? Make sure that human beings will not be destroyed by A.I.s will survive long enough to meet the future!Read more "Human Society in Last 100 Years"
Horrible inspiring videos tells you it’s okay to release your products early and often.Read more "Release Though It Is Not Perfect Enough"
VR in medical, VR in game, and VR in shopping, these are the ideas that have been discussed and practiced for a while. But VR in fighting fake news? A student studying at the Syracuse University in New York thinks it might be the answer.Read more "Little Maxima: Can Virtual Reality Fight Fake News?"
In explaining why the Lifeline program is being reviewed and suspended, the FCC lists “preventing waste, fraud, and abuse” as a key reason.Read more "Reviewing the Lifeline Program: FCC Makes It Harder to Close Digital Divide?"
As continuously embracing ways to make life easier, now people growingly aware that they are sacrificing their privacy for the benefits of technology and the Internet.Read more "The Sacrifice of Online Privacy"