In another Back to the Future move, cell phone manufacturer Nokia is bringing back a model from 2000, the 3310. Yes, that same cell phone that held a full battery charge for an eternity. I miss those days.
No matter if it's early morning or late evening, when someone asks me how I'm doing my usual response is "Tired". It's become a common response, but I never realized how much truth was behind it. Until recently.
Am I dreaming or did we all sign up for a "Do Not Call" list about ten or so years ago? Somehow, some way, I'm still getting calls from mystery numbers or worse, unknown numbers. If you received a call from these folks, you may be getting $500.
Let's start this off with a moment of silence for the Floppy Disk (or as this kids would call it "a 3D version of the Save Icon"). The readers have disappeared from computers in the last decade, and the only entity using the disks seems to be the US Government.
Almost all of us use the computer for information, entertainment and to search for specific things we're looking for, for one reason or another. But beyond what's called the Surface Web, which you and I know, there are two underbelly's lying underneath the surface web...
In a classic example of life imitating fiction, Google's parent company has filed a patent that should look familiar to fans of Futurama. In a season 6 episode, titled "Attack of the Killer App", the crew has eyePhones injected directly into their eyeballs...
How many times have you seen a post on Facebook and thought to yourself "man I wish I could really really 'like; this...one 'like' doesn't seem like enough." Facebook heard your inner thoughts and has responded.