It’s the day after the election and no one knows who will win. That’s right, in 2020 we cannot figure out how to count votes on time, despite the use of technological innovations that have made this task easier than ever. How do we, as an ingenuitive species, solve such a simple yet complex problem. When looking at technology to solve any problem, you must first look at the users that technology will serve.Continue reading Voting in the Future: Vote.gov?
With so many companies looking to develop mobile apps, the question is whether it is best to use a native mobile app or browser – a web app, or even a hybrid that uses both. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages, which we discuss in this article.Continue reading Mobile Applications: Native Vs. Web
Mind reading technology is here, and it’s paving the way for innovation in many ways. Up until now, face recognition shot by digital cameras has been used for many mental health and safety applications. A company in Russia has developed an AI-based reader that combines an image of what a person is looking at, based solely on their brain waves. Prepare your tin foil hats, all: some of the best-known tech trendsetters have turned their attention to the mind-reading race that is underway. The world is becoming more and more, as Elon Musk put it, “like an episode of Black Mirror”. Brain-computer interfaces like Neuralink are standardizing how scientists will read and write to the brain, presenting a future of lifelike virtual reality and memory playback.Continue reading Mind Reading Technology in 2020
Mobile point of sale (POS) systems are shaking up retail, and independent retailers are moving towards cloud-based point of sale solutions. One could consider the point-of-sale (PoS) system as a normal cash register, but it is evolving into much more. The trend theme for the POS is definitely heading mobile. Continue reading Best Embedded Pos Systems For Brick And Mortar
Individuals using tools to carry out Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attacks can be easily traced. Detection of denial of service or DDoS attacks have become one of the most important security issues in the world of cybersecurity. ISPs consider a DOS attack, in which an attacker floods network connections to websites and systems with packets, to be an attack on the network. This attack is used by compromising independent computers or servers and sharing them to flood the target’s network, according to a recent report from the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Continue reading How To Trace A DDOS Attack
Search Engine Optimization is all about getting to the top of Google. Part of that means sharing quality content with an audience that engages with it. But what defines “quality” content? Google’s 168 page Search Quality Evaluator Guidelines (SQEG) tell us that Google ranks “Overall Page Quality” based on Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness (E-A-T). Making sure that your main page content is descriptive and beneficial will ultimately help sell yourself and ensure that page visitors read and engage with your content. A June 09, 2020 update from Google themselves details its ongoing battle against spam in our search results, so let’s make sure that we don’t fall into that category. Continue reading SEO: What is E-A-T? Page Quality, and More!