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Unboxing the da Vinci Jr. 2.0 Mix printer By IDG.TV XYZ's latest 3D printer supports two-color printing at an affordable price. Computerworld reporter Lucas Mearian shows us what's in the box. ...Read More »
Three easy to use activity trackers By IDG.TV CIO contributor Jim Martin tries out three of the easier to use fitness trackers for those who want something that doesn't require a steep learning curve. ...Read More »
Capital Gains: DC Again Ranks Best For U.S. Internet Speed From small-town America to the nation's most populous places, commerce, education and entertainment rely on high-speed Internet. For the second consecutive year, the Internet Providers staff has examined data on Internet connectivity and security, and especially speed. How does last year's fastest community rank this time around? How is the United States trending for global Internet speed? See where your state ranks, and read about initiatives to bring fast Internet to more people and more places. ...Read More »
Breaking and protecting devops tool chains By IDG.TV Ken Johnson, CTO of nVisium, and Chris Gates, Senior Security Engineer at Uber talk to CSO Online's Steve Ragan about working with devops tool chains. ...Read More »
EBay messages, account dashboard lacks HTTPS, but it's not alone By Paul Bischoff At Comparitech, we recently published an article alerting EBay customers to the lack of SSL encryption on its seller-to-buyer messaging system and My EBay dashboard. Because information travelling to and from these pages is not HTTPS encrypted, customers' personal information and messages are vulnerable to hackers and other third parties. We singled out EBay because one of the world's largest ecommerce companies has no excuse for not implementing HTTPS. We urge EBay to implement site-wide HTTPS as soon as possible, but EBay is far from the only offender. ...Read More »
UPS launches an autonomus drone from a delivery truck in Florida test By IDG.TV In the future, UPS wants its drivers to team up with delivery drones to more efficiently distribute packages to rural areas. ...Read More »
Windows 10: Maps and Mail By IDG.TV Windows 10's Maps and Mail apps were once deemed inadequate by many, but have recently grown into highly useful tools. ...Read More »
CeraNet Named Top Performing Service Provider for Energy Efficiency by AEP of Ohio Data Center Program CeraNet, Inc., a leading Green Data Center and Managed Solutions Provider located in Columbus, Ohio, was identified as a top performing solutions provider for 2016 in the AEP Ohio Energy Efficiency and Data Center programs. CeraNet was awarded multiple individual awards throughout the year totaling over 420,000 kWh of energy savings. Energy savings were calculated from the difference in power draw between older physical servers and the newer high efficiency cloud servers that replaced them. These awards provide incentive payments that CeraNet uses to fund client upgrades. Clients were able to upgrade their infrastructure to CeraNet's high availability cloud computing servers, reduce costs, and minimize their environmental impact. ...Read More »
Research reveals the prices for information available on the Dark Web The Dark Web is never far from controversial news. Recently, hackers took down a fifth of the entire network by attacking the servers at Freedom Hosting II, claiming that the more than half their data is made up of child pornography. ISIS have also apparently turned to the dark web to communicate and recruit new members. We now know that large sections of the dark web are being used for criminal activity. However, the most notable part of the activity most affecting the average internet user is the hacking and selling on of a person's information. Recent research from Equifax (see infographic) highlights the data that is available for purchase and the prices that they are being bought for. They also show the main types of tools that hackers are using to gain access to a victim's system as well as offer some tips of how to protect information. ...Read More »
Boost Productivity for Your Construction Business with Technology By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly Innovative Solutions That Can Help Boost The Bottom Line ...Read More »

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