Google Searches Drop while Bing Searches Rise

In the great search engine war, two competitors reign supreme above all others, Google and Bing. While there are a lot of search engines out there, none get the attention or press like these two. Google has its name everywhere and you can hardly flip through the channels without seeing a commercial for Bing. But … Read more Google Searches Drop while Bing Searches Rise

‘Jeopardy!’ Contestants Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter Face Off Against Watson, the Super Computer from IBM

It will be a battle fit for the record books, one that will go down in history alongside Gettysburg and World War II. Only this one will not be fought with swords, guns or armies, but with little clickers and incredible knowledge. That’s right, I am talking about the epic showdown set to take place … Read more ‘Jeopardy!’ Contestants Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter Face Off Against Watson, the Super Computer from IBM

Intel Design Flaw Affects HP Availability

The tech world has been buzzing over Intel’s second generation of processors known as “Sandy Bridge”, but now they might be buzzing in a slightly different way as a major design flaw is stirring things up with not only Intel but other technology companies that have invested in devices using the processors. HP has stated … Read more Intel Design Flaw Affects HP Availability

Neverware JuiceBox a100 Gives New Life to Old Computers

When it comes to computers, most people expect theirs to be outdated within four years or less, depending on how you treat it. When Jonathan Hefter, CEO of Neverware, a start-up company out of New York City, was asked what he thought about the issue, he laughed and said, There are two things in this … Read more Neverware JuiceBox a100 Gives New Life to Old Computers

“Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing” Exhibit Opens at the Computer History Museum

Whether it be art museums, history museums, museums that focus on a specific event in history or some other kind, people love going to museums. However, the majority of museums are generally more fun for the elderly, buffs of the certain genre or elementary school field trips. But there is one museum that caters to … Read more “Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing” Exhibit Opens at the Computer History Museum