We store massive amounts of digital data nowadays. If you take lots of photos and videos, those gigabytes can add up quite quickly. Some consumer-grade storage solutions may not be up to the challenge of feeding our voracious data hunger. Fear not; there are still pretty inexpensive ways to store all your stuff.
Today’s college students constantly have a cell phone clutched in their hand. As long as that’s the case, they might as well make the technology work for them. Here are some apps to help college students better navigate their newfound independence.
Are you looking for more out of your weather app? These apps allow you to leverage the power of your smartphone to get more than just your local forecast.
With so much of our lives taking place through the window of an LCD screen, it’s important to manage and protect our digital identities as well as we protect our physical ones. Here are some tips on how to protect yourself online.
Digital medical records, smart phones, smart bands, smart watches … all these devices can collect and store your health data. How do you find it and is it protected? Here are some tips on taking control.
The ultimate tech gift guide: For the technology lover in your life, we’ve compiled a list of the best gadgets for all different personalities in various price ranges.
There are a wide range of apps made specifically to help you track your financial performance on the go, whether you’re monitoring your daily bank account activity or you’re tracking your retirement portfolio. To help you cut through the app clutter, here are four free apps you might want to think about installing on your phone.
We now lead digital lives. Everything from taxes and banking to the music and movies we buy is now often accessed via the computer. While this can certainly make things more convenient, it can also present a new set of issues. Not so long ago we might have stored our important information in a locked filing cabinet. We now store this information on hard drives that too often fail at the most inconvenient times. Rather than going back to the days of the VCR and vinyl records (those of you under 20 can ask your parents), it might be more prudent to go over ways to make backup copies of the data you care about most.
Since a year in the technology world is almost an eternity, here’s a look at some of the apps we’re particularly excited about in 2014.
Our IT (information technology) team has this thing called Bullet Time. Each week, they get four hours to do whatever they want. So they built a robot. Why not?