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The ”Internet of Things”

There are predictions that everything you use on a daily basis, from your toothbrush to your car, will one day be connected to the internet, or the “Internet of Things” as the trend is being called. Although companies may be rushing to create apps and embed chips in everything from your blankets to your shoes, it’s unclear whether consumers are as hot on the “smart everything” trend...

Millenials and Information on the Internet

Millenials’ lives revolve around technology, but results from a new survey by Pew Research surprisingly found they were more likely than their elders to say there actually is important information NOT available on the Internet. Approximately 98% of those under 30 use the Internet, and 90% of those Internet users say they use social networking sites...

The Push to Teach Coding Collides with Teacher Shortage

Digital job opportunities are expected to rapidly increase over the next decade, and coding skills are going to become more and more valuable to have. Many schools throughout the country are embracing the addition of computer coding programs to their curriculum, but this change has resulted in a unique challenge: There are not enough trained educators to teach the subject...

What Does The Cellphone Unlocking Law Mean for the Average Consumer?

The ability to "unlock" your cellphone— that is, the ability to run your phone on a different carrier network — without running foul of copyright laws is about to become legal...