Technology Explained

If technology has you confused, this is the place to be. We’ll do our best to break down complex topics, and convey them in a way everyone can understand.

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What the Heck Do 4G+, 4GX, XLTE, LTE-A, and VoLTE Mean?

14 hours ago
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The History of Biometric Security, and How It’s Being Used Today

2 days ago
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Why Your Finger Will Never Replace a Pen: Refuting Satya Nadella

4 days ago
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What Is an SSL Certificate, and Do You Need One?

7 days ago
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Jargon Buster: The Guide to Understanding Mobile Processors

1 week ago
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The Current State of Cryptocurrency

2 weeks ago
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How Self-Driving Cars Work: The Nuts and Bolts Behind Google’s Autonomous Car Program

2 weeks ago
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Project Ara: How Your Next Smartphone Will Be Built by You

2 weeks ago
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What Are APIs, And How Are Open APIs Changing The Internet

19th February, 2015
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How a MongoDB Database Can Better Organize Your Data

18th February, 2015
network-terms

10 Networking Terms You Probably Never Knew, And What They Mean

11th February, 2015
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7 Technologies That Came and Went in the Last 15 Years

4th February, 2015
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What Is Android TV, and Why Was Google TV Killed?

2nd February, 2015
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What’s the Difference Between FTTC and FTTP, and Why Should You Care?

1st February, 2015
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What Is SPDY, And How Can It Maximize Your Browsing Experience?

30th January, 2015

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Project Ara: How Your Next Smartphone Will Be Built by You

February 20, 2015

You buy an expensive device and it runs perfectly for eighteen months. Then it gradually starts to get a bit slower, and the storage fills up, and the battery doesn’t last as long.

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What Are APIs, And How Are Open APIs Changing The Internet

February 19, 2015

Have you ever wondered how programs on your computer and the websites you visit “talk” to each other?

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How Self-Driving Cars Work: The Nuts and Bolts Behind Google’s Autonomous Car Program

February 21, 2015

Being able to commute back and forth to work while sleeping, eating, or catching up on your favorite blogs is a concept that is equally appealing and seemingly far-off and too futuristic to actually happen.

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Why Your Finger Will Never Replace a Pen: Refuting Satya Nadella

March 2, 2015

Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft, was asked by ABC News what he expects to be obsolete technology in ten years. As the commander of the technology juggernaut, he ought to know. His quick answer was the fountain pen.

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