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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 Is an SSL Certificate, and Do You Need One?

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The Current State of Cryptocurrency

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

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

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How a MongoDB Database Can Better Organize Your Data

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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?

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How a Battery Works and 3 Ways You Can Ruin It

26th January, 2015
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What is JavaScript, And Can the Internet Exist Without It?

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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

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Android TV is replacing the now-five-year-old Google TV. And it’s not just an update — it’s a complete remake.

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