Technology

Study Finds That Tech Fails People Every Week

Monday, 22nd January 2018: Nearly one in two people say technology fails them once a week or more, a new study commissioned by CRITICAL Software has revealed.

The OnePoll survey of 2,000 people also found that only half of people think the tech in their lives is properly tested before being sold, despite 98% stating that the reliability of the tech they use is important.

Endace Launches 10/40GbE Capable Branch Office Network Analytics Platform RealWire Tue, 01/09/2018 - 11:14

London, UK - January 9, 2018 - Endace, a world leader in high-speed network recording and network analytics hosting technology, today announced the release of the new EndaceProbe™ EP-124 Network Analytics Platform, designed specifically for deployment in branch offices with 1GbE or 10GbE infrastructure and tight space constraints.

Report: Malicious Apps in Global App Stores Increase, Leading to Emergence of WireX Mobile Botnet

London - Dec. 12, 2017 - Malicious mobile apps are back on the rise, impersonating brands and fooling consumers, according to digital threat management leader RiskIQ, in its Q3 mobile threat landscape report, which analyzed 120 mobile app stores and more than 2 billion daily scanned resources.

Choosing the Best USB C Cable by Knowing the Essentials about it

Buying a USB C cable is a matter of confusion to the non-tech people usually, which can be simplified if you know a few basics about it. From its first implementation back in 1996, USB standards have changed a lot over time. However, USB, as a global standard alternative to the then existing many connectivity protocols has made revolutionary changes over time, and now you may not find any electronic gadgets without a USB port of any category pre-installed on it.

India Perspective: Google Pixel 2, back with a bang

Introduction

What differentiates iOS on Apple’s devices from Android?

The answer to that is alarmingly simple because it’s the simplicity of the OS itself. The reason I’m bringing up this is that Android market has a lot of saturation and as such comes in as being decentralized. The trouble with that is that the device UX differs from manufacturer to manufacturer. This saturation is often a cause for controversy because Apple uses this to their advantage in promoting their OS adoption rate. But unlike Apple, Android as an OS is adopted by lots of manufacturers, big and small ones. Therein comes the philosophy of a centralized device from the stables of Google themselves named the Pixel. In many ways, it is Google’s answer to the dictatorship of Apple’s iPhones and their device philosophies. 

Review of Intel's Revolutionary New 3D Xpoint Storage Technology

The computer world has been rocked recently by one of the biggest leaps forward in storage in over a decade. Intel have announced their revolutionary new 3D Xpoint technology, a format that can potentially provide up to 1,000 times the storage of an SSD card. It’s a major progression and what does it mean for the tech world?

How to Use Gadgets in Marketing Walter Moore Tue, 11/14/2017 - 16:35

Tablets, laptops, smartphones, and smartwatches play a big role in our lives. They are great solutions for a lot of issues we have. We use gadgets for communication, traveling, working out, studying, entertaining, etc. The same way your gadget can be a helpful tool in your business. Marketing develops as fast as technology does. Thus, a concrete gadget, or it's more accurate to say a concrete app can boost your business productivity and help you to become better in marketing.

Curvature to offer new range of read-intensive, enterprise class SATA SSDs

CHARLOTTE, United States - November 9 2017 - Curvature, the world's largest provider of third-party maintenance and multi-vendor network and data center IT lifecycle services, has announced a new launch of enterprise-class Solid State Drives (SSD) that stand fully compatible with all major manufacturer servers (HPE, Dell EMC, Cisco, IBM, etc.) using a single firmware.