This infographic might have been built to assist advertisers find their target audience but I think it also helps the everyday person understand how they are targeted and what privacy they could be giving up.
Microsoft has made a video to help explain quantum computing to the everyday person.
You could search the Web and so many of the search engine results would take you to bad pages with malware using those keywords. In this case, McAfee has ranked Marvel and DC superheroes based on how many are used to try to lure people into getting malware.
Apple made a TV commercial showing tons of different decals made to go on the back of a MacBook, often incorporating the Apple into the design.
With cloud-based storage and solid state drives, the world of storage continues to evolve.
Two trailers were posted to YouTube today for the movie The Immitation Game which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing during World War II.
Intel presented a video timeline on the history of their ‘bunny suits’, the suits worn to limit contaminants in their fabrication plants.
Sophos is gearing up for SysAdmin day, the last Friday of July.
The documentary about Aaron Swartz, The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz is available to stream for free on YouTube thanks to The Documentary Network.
CNBC aired an hour (with commercials) documentary about the start and rise of Amazon.com. It was up to date including the recently announced Amazon Fire Phone.
Checking temperature, monitoring plants, turning off lights, watching baby monitor cameras. The Internet of Things, with all of our connected devices and accessories, is here.
At HP Discover, HP’s CTO Martin Fink discussed their new approach with Universal Memory to create faster and more efficient servers in the future.