A Quantum Internet May Be in the Works

Recently, the Department of Energy has released information about the strides they are making regarding quantum technology. The most exciting announce

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Major Twitter Hack Involves Celebrity Accounts and Bitcoin

Scammers targeted celebrity twitter accounts to trick thousands of followers into giving them money through bitcoin. What Happened On Wednesda

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Will Biometrics Be Changed Forever?

We have mentioned how COVID-19 has impacted tech conferences, cyber scams, and daily work life, but another area that will be seriously affected is bi

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Microsoft Is Permanently Closing Most Retail Locations

COVID-19 is pushing big tech companies like Microsoft to re-imagine how they conduct business. Businesses from all industries have suffered fro

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How Will Large Tech Conferences Change After COVID-19

COVID-19 has introduced an entire new way of life in 2020. This “new normal” includes social distancing, online schooling, half capacity restauran

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Windows 10 May 2020 Update

Microsoft is rolling out their latest feature update which introduces a plethora of exciting capabilities and advancements. The tech giant offers two

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Apple and Google Release New Software to Combat COVID-19

On March 28th, we released an article about how tech companies have discussed collaborating with governments to use smartphones to track the spread of

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Capital One Data Breach Affects More Than 100 Million Customers

Capital One Data Breach Affects More Than 100 Million Customers and Small Businesses in The U.S. & 6 Million in Canada On July 29, 2019, Capital One r

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Important Warning From The FBI

Hackers Now Using HTTPS To Trick Victims Via Phishing Scams Everything you’ve heard about the safety of https sites is now in question. According t

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Was Your Photo and License Plate Number Breached?

 CBD Reports 100,000 Photo and License Plate Breach The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reported today that nearly 100,000 travelers’ phot

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