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If you want to play the tech game in Russia, you have to abide by Russia law. Those laws are constantly changing, as Google has recently discovered. A recent complaint by Russian search engine, Yandex, has led to the decision (by the Russian government) to demand that Google open up »04/18/2017, David Lee
Social media has a long history of bucking government orders. It is often the stance of social media companies not to divulge the name of a person behind a certain account or to give government officials access to private accounts. The latest standoff is between Twitter and the US »04/07/2017, Alex Choi
Connected Home Devices: Are You Safe? IKEA has recently created a connected home lighting system. The system, called Tradfri, allows homeowners to turn lights on and off using a small console and your smartphone. The concept is interesting (Ikea has a video of this product running on its website), »03/29/2017, Jim Lewis
Great speakers make movies sound better (or Netflix shows). While you don’t need to buy the most expensive speakers on the market, you should consider investing in some well-built speakers if you want better sound. Bookshelf speakers are compact, relatively well designed (depending on the brand), and monetarily accessible. Here »03/17/2017, Paul Meyer
You might have heard about Pandora Premium a few months ago, but Pandora was slow to release the streaming music service. That day has come and Pandora Premium is now ready to contend with the likes of Spotify. Even though Pandora has some tough competition with Spotify, there’s still a »03/13/2017, Jim Lewis
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Zipline is an interesting startup that’s serving a real purpose in the world. The company uses drones to deliver things like medicine and water to remote areas that are in need of aid. This past year, Zipline worked with the United States government to bring blood and medicine to remotes »08/02/2016, Steve Luck
It’s been in the works for a while and now it’s here. I’m talking about the new Facebook ‘Reactions,’ of course! Facebook finally unveiled the new reactions that you’ll probably want to use if you use Facebook. Ready to show the world how you really feel about something? Here’s »02/24/2016, John Cook
Adyen might be the one online payment processing company that you’ve never heard of. But it’s also the one company that is set to eclipse PayPal and possibly even Square. Adyen is based out of Europe, and the company has just stated that its profits grew to $330 million Euros »01/14/2016, Steve Luck
EE Limited has created what the company is calling the “world’s first 4G action camera.” The EE camera was inspired by GoPro, but this camera doesn’t need a smartphone to function. Users can stream footage live to anyone that wants to watch directly from the camera making EE’s »06/10/2015, Michael Murphy
Let’s say that you are an Android fan for the sake of being a fan. But, you like what Apple has done with the latest iPhone models. The options for Android phones that look like iPhone are limited, but you could take a look at the newest phone from Huawei. »05/11/2015, Erik Lim
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Eye4Software Coordinate Calculator is a very easy to use tool to perform gps coordinate conversions. Supported projections: Transverse Mercator, Lambert Conformal Conic, UTM, Gauss Kruger, Stereographic, Albers Equal Area, Oblique Mercator and more.
Views of USA... The slideshow screensaver shows: famous constructions and buildings of world-level, american landscapes, state symbols, great sculptures, nature of America, panorama of american cities. This screensaver includes 33 images.
A convenient and easy-to-use application to obtain information on a given IP address or a domain name, including country, state, city, address, contact phone numbers and e-mails, name and version of the remote web server, and ping round-trip time.
XLCalendar is a calendar generator for Microsoft Excel that outputs calendars in Microsoft Excel spreadsheet format. Using XLCalendar, you can easily make various kinds of perpetual calendars, and custom calendars as you like.
This beautiful galleon from the Age of Great Explorations is crossing the dangerous ocean at full sail again. Through blistering sun and quiet nights blessed by the moonshine, through fierce gun battles and storms, it rushes to new lands.