Category Archives: Technology Articles for Businesses in New England

using a stock broker mobile app

Smartphone ownership in  America. According to research 88% of American adults use the internet. There are 77% Americans who own a smartphone. In the 18- to 29 age group, 92% own a smartphone while those between 50- to 64 years are increasingly using smartphones. Mobile devices consume more than half of the internet traffic. 69% of […]

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serverless computing is like riding in a taxi

Serverless Computing can reduce the cost of cloud apps In serverless computing the machine resources are dynamically allocated by the cloud provider. In cloud computing function codes are the unit of deployment and scaling. Serverless computing will do to cloud computing what S3 did to storage where you don’t know where the object is stored […]

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Move to Cloud Computing today Get Your Business up to speed

Is moving to cloud computing an option for your business Is moving to cloud computing an option for your business? With the advent of cloud computing we can now pay for computer resources on demand. Storage, processor cores, RAM, connectivity, software, etc are some of the resources available. It is great to have the option […]

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Microsoft Tests Eye Tracking Technology that Controls Your Computer

Microsoft Tests Eye Tracking Technology that Controls Your Computer A typical computer user uses a keyboard and mouse as an input device.  A requirement to use these devices the way they’re meant to be is to have hands.  Microsoft Tests Eye Tracking Technology that Controls Your Computer without the need to use your hands.  They […]

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Microsoft Creates Controversial Anti-Theft Tracker Software for Laptops

Microsoft Creates Controversial Anti-Theft Tracker Software for Laptops Most smartphones now have built-in anti-theft tracking devices that allow for remote controlling, so the can owner lock, track, or wipe a missing device app. Google gives employers the power to wipe their employee’s Android phone or Chrome laptop using their G Suite program. Microsoft has now […]

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Be Careful when Browsing the web on a public Wifi   Did you know that if you use public coffee shop Wi-Fi, your data could be at risk. A hacker can steal your photos, your usernames and passwords, and your texts within seconds and without much effort. In order to secure your information and avoid […]

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One Unified Skype Application for Windows 10 users

Microsoft wanted to take the opportunity to cater to mobile users needs by chopping Skype into smaller apps. Features such as  messaging and video calling were made into separate apps.  This was in the hopes that their consumers would find it ever more user-friendly. Now Microsoft has decided to change their strategy and released a unified […]

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Camera on your Eyeball Can you imagine the possibilities of having a camera on your eyeballs? Well, you don’t have to imagine that possibility for too long.  Sony just submitted a patent application for an eye camera that is so small, it could fit on a contact lens.  Finally Mission Impossible is actually possible! A […]

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5G Wireless to reach businesses in 2020

5G Wireless to reach businesses in 2020 The internet is a necessity for personal and business use, and because of it information has become readily available anywhere. What was once developed and used strictly for the military, is now used for uploading a pictures yourself on Instagram.  Internet services has slowly evolved from a connection through your home/office phone lines, […]

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Quicktime for Windows PC is advised to be Uninstalled by Apple

Quicktime for Windows PC is advised to be Uninstalled by Apple Read on and find out why. Our ever increasing developments have shown us that leaps and bounds can be done especially in the technological sector. New machines are invented to aid us in our daily lives, Softwares are developed to help manage our work, and […]

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