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Think about the Olympics.  Athletes, fans, and media from around the globe gathered for the biggest sporting event in the world.  And it’s more than sports.  Rio 2016 is a showcase for the very best— including some of the most innovative and advanced technology ever seen on the planet.       Underwater Robots For…

  A New York pizzeria saw sales rocket up 75 percent over a single weekend because of it.  A television station in Florida had their weather broadcast interrupted by a reporter interacting with it.  Arlington National Cemetery wants to have no part in it. And police departments have warned those enjoying it to be careful:…

Headlines about data theft, cyber-attacks, and the importance of protecting your data are everywhere. You probably try to keep up to date with the most recent security products and malware detectors, doing everything in your power to protect your sensitive information. But what about the companies and service providers with whom you interact? How well do…

Websites being attacked by hackers is nothing new, but business owners may underestimate the scope of the problem: a recent Nielsen study indicated a healthy majority (57%) of online consumers do not believe that e-commerce websites will keep their personal data secure. And small wonder with the rate of cyber chicanery continuing to grow:  A…

So your 32GB iPhone just told you you’re out of storage space.  Now you have to figure out what to delete or what to move and store somewhere else.  You may not have anticipated this particular pain in the neck because after all, you were smart and didn’t buy the phone with the fewest gigabytes,…

In case you haven’t caught all the details of The Panama Papers, here’s a recap: What are the Panama Papers? The Panama Papers is the name given to the  largest data leak journalists have ever encountered:  2.6 terabytes of data consisting of 11.5 million files. Where did they come from? The records came from the…

Someday you may be telling your kids about Eckhard Baum. Don’t know the name? Well, he started a revolution in the entertainment business. In the summer of 1975, in the city of Kassel in what used to be West Germany, Baum opened the first store that rented out copies of movies for private use. He…

Sometimes it’s hard not being Facebook. At least, it is if you are also considered a social media site. In early 2016 Shares of LinkedIn  fell 30% after the online network targeting business people posted a fourth-quarter loss—and forecast 2016 to be weaker than prior expectations.  Twitter reported a loss of $90m for the last…

Some forty miles south of Lexington you’ll find the town of Berea, Kentucky– population 13,561 as of the 2010 census.  The census also tells us that the city is just a little over 9 square miles—it’s not a large place. Those familiar with the area might tell you about the Berea Spoonbread Festival– held in…

Anyone who is a fan of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Talking Heads fan will likely remember their song “Cities.”  Originally included on the 1979 album “Fear of Music,” it later appeared in the concert movie “Stop Making Sense.”  The song not unexpectedly namechecks lots of cities—London (and perhaps not England’s version—it’s described…

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