Monthly Archives: January 2015

Keeping Your Office Flu Free with Technology

Even though we’re right in the middle of cold and flu season, there’s still time to make changes to your workplace to help prevent sickness from spreading. Here are five ways to use digital resources to fight the age-old cold: 1. Try virtual meetings instead of crowding a group of potentially germy colleagues in a […]

Child-Proofing Your Website

Is your website geared towards children, or visited by users under 13? It’s cliché these days to talk about five-year-olds helping previous generations with Facebook, ten-year-olds making accidental iPhone purchases, and three-year-olds expecting magazines to work like tablets. Children may be tech-savvy in some ways, but they also need more online privacy than adults and […]

Samsung Unveils New Galaxy A7 Phone

This week, Samsung announced its new eight-core smartphone, the Galaxy A7. Slimmer, metal, and faster, the Galaxy A7 moves away from the Galaxy S family. Though no release date has been announced, here’s what to expect from the new 5.5-inch phone: 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and 5-megapixel front-facing camera: the best camera yet for the brand […]

Toyota Bids on Hydrogen-Powered Cars

Toyota’s answer to greener driving is the Mirai, a car that runs on hydrogen fuel cells. The Mirai Hydrogen-fueled cars produce one primary waste product: water. That makes these vehicles quite environmentally friendly. For hydrogen-fueled cars to work, however, the world needs hydrogen fueling stations. More than a vehicle that works, the car manufacturer needs […]