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In Memoriam: The Tech We Lost in 2014

Yiddish author and playwright Sholem Aleichem once wrote “Life is a dream for a wise, a diversion for a fool, a comedy for a rich, [and] a tragedy for a poor.” Indeed. Each chairman is though a witness to a impetus of people and things marching into their lives and out again—until a day when we all contingency finally impetus ... Read More »

Seven pointer with Virginia Tech to enroll mid-year

BLACKSBURG - The Virginia Tech football module announced Thursday a signing of 7 new grant members to a module who will join a Hokies in January. The 7 players, listed alphabetically are: Adonis Alexander, a reserve from Independence High in North Carolina; Xavier Burke, a parsimonious finish from Brunswick High and Fork Union in Virginia; Austin Clark, an descent lineman ... Read More »

Microsoft files fit opposite purported tech support scammers

Microsoft is finally enormous down on scammers who offer to repair self-existent mechanism problems for hundreds of dollars. In a initial strike, Microsoft sued several U.S. companies it pronounced are concerned in feign tech support scams. For years, people have been receiving calls from companies sanctimonious to be central Microsoft tech support staff, who try to remonstrate a plant that ... Read More »

Mars tech: from ion thrusters to laser communications

Rockets withdrawal launchpads are a many manifest signs that a deep-space tellurian scrutiny module is underneath way. But those missions are a outcome of behind-the-scenes engineering that provides new technologies. To get humans to Mars, a National Aeronautics and Space Administration is going to have to rise a accumulation of new technologies. But these technologies can also be used for ... Read More »

Tech won’t be in white for Orange Bowl

Georgia Tech final wore a non-white jersey in a 2012 Sun Bowl, a 21-7 win over USC. A-back Orwin Smith scored a vicious touchdown for a Yellow Jackets in his final game. (ASSOCIATED PRESS) Georgia Tech manager Paul Johnson’s agreement prolongation is final and defensive lineman Jabari Hunt-Days won’t play in a Orange Bowl. Now for a genuine news – ... Read More »

Tech Week: Sony’s Cyber Woes, And A Coating To Ease Ketchup’s Flow

i i A print for a film “The Interview” is carried divided Dec. 17 by a workman after being pulled from a arrangement box during a Carmike Cinemas film museum in Atlanta. The museum sequence was a initial to announce it would dump a movie; as others followed suit, Sony Pictures motionless not to recover a film during all. David ... Read More »

Tech Week: Sony's Cyber Woes, And A Coating To Ease Ketchup's Flow

i i A print for a film “The Interview” is carried divided Dec. 17 by a workman after being pulled from a arrangement box during a Carmike Cinemas film museum in Atlanta. The museum sequence was a initial to announce it would dump a movie; as others followed suit, Sony Pictures motionless not to recover a film during all. David ... Read More »