Here’s a very random, but rad roundup of articles ranging in topics from online privacy to a rare video game. Enjoy the ride!
One of the biggest concerns for consumers regarding technology is online privacy, according to this article from InformationWeek. It’s a no-brainer, but always bears repeating.
With that in mind, it’s not surprising that this Entrepreneur.com article suggests that cyber-security might be the way to go if you want to start up a new business. It has become a very lucrative industry.
Not all computers are created equal. So says Techopedia. Staff members put together a really fun and colorful infographic of the top 10 worst computers of all time. Confession time: did you ever own (or still have) one these beauties?
Speaking of going by the wayside . . . The writing has been on the wall for some time for netbooks. Tablets and smartphones are the new wave. Via Slashdot,one analyst predicts the death of notebooks isn’t far off. What are your thoughts on netbooks? Are they still useful?
And now for some good news, at least for computer science majors. Your degree makes the cut in Yahoo’s Six Degrees that Make Your Resume Look Good!
Here’s another informative article from Yahoo about how to rescue your cell phone if it gets submerged under water. Here’s hoping you’ll never have to use this information, though!
We’ll end on a fun note. Many of you probably haven’t seen this video game, but if you do and have a chance to buy it on the cheap, snatch it up! As you can see from the article, it could be worth a pretty penny.