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The Pros and Cons of Wearable Tech

Google Glass was arguably the first piece of wearable tech to come to the market that really made waves in the tech world. Not...

Will the Desktop PC Ever Die?

Well the short answer is quite simply “No” and for a number of very fundamental reasons. Sure, PC sales have definitely slowed down since...

Useful Tools for Beginner Coders and Developers

Learning to code can have you in for one of the most exciting periods of your life, particularly if you have a bright idea...

The Ongoing Secret Cyber War

Well you’ve probably caught wind about some spying, backdoors, web activity surveillance and even outright malicious hacking attacks to steal data, trade secrets and...

The Best Programming Languages to Learn

Any list of the best programming languages to learn if you’re looking to get into the field of software development would naturally be subjective,...

Tester Jobs for Lazy Tech Heads

The gaming industry is still an extremely huge one, only showing signs of growing bigger and bigger with the further development of some seriously...

Tech Skills You Can Use to Earn a Passive Income

There’s no doubt about the fact that a lot of current skills in the tech sector don’t really explicitly require one to go through...

Signs You Need to Change Your SEO Company

Whatever your particular web-based operation is, whether it’s just a business informational site or indeed if you’re operating a full-scale online business (and everything...

Have Mobile Phones Maxed Out Their Innovation Terrace?

The question was perhaps best highlighted with the death of visionary Apple leader, Steve Jobs, that being whether or not the company’s innovation terrace...

Google, Facebook, Microsoft – The Giants’ Advantage

If you took a look at the Forbes Rich List of billionaires, focussing on the top ten in particular and further narrowing your focus...
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