KeySweeper is a device that masquerades as a functional USB to AC adapter that could actually be storing and sending every keystroke from a Microsoft wireless keyboard.
Kaspersky Lab offers a panoramic virtual tour of their virus detection lab. You can rotate around and see where people are hard at work.
In a Microsoft Security Response Center blog post yesterday, Microsoft wrote about “evolving” Microsoft’s Advance Notification Service. In the article, it is explained that Microsoft will no longer be providing the Advanced Notifications in general.
The Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku Streaming Stick, and other HDMI-based entertainment devices may have met their match with Intel’s recent announcement.
At CES, MSI announced a few new gaming computers. With notebooks and an all-in-one, MSI has a variety of options for the gamer.
The 5th generation, or Broadwell-U family, utilizes Intel’s 14nm manufacturing process.
The 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show starts tomorrow, January 6th, and runs through January 9th. The topic this year promises to show the largest “Internet of Things” showcase.
Stanford University will be holding its seventh offering of their free, online Technology Entrepreneurship class.
Dimmdrive offers a RAMdisk tailored to gamers. The software has been available previously but just launched on Steam with the start of January.
Here is my list of top technology topics that will matter in 2015.
2014 was a pretty good year for 404 Tech Support and myself personally.
If you’re interested in understanding different examples of mobile incorporation for process improvement and the process one should pursue where a mobile app makes sense, I can recommend reading Billion Dollar Apps.