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Alex Howard presents what he thinks might be the most important tech trends in 2015, which includes the hidden power of algorithms, continuous partial attention, and wireless body ...
A landmark Supreme Court ruling on the digital domain, the impact of opening data, the 'right to record,' and data transparency were key topics in 2014 related to how tech drives s...
Investigative Analysis of Security Issues and Challenges in Cloud Computing and Their Counter Measures
Cloud computing is a recent technology paradigm that enables organizations or individuals to share various services in a seamless, flexible and cost-effective manner. In the modern...
One of the biggest new features in iOS 8 is the addition of third-party keyboards, something Android has had for a long time. Here's a look at some of the options and the risks beh...
By automating the monitoring of CCTV around the world could we return more privacy to our cities?
Alex Howard states that focusing on publishing open data with economic value shouldn't preclude or take too much focus away from digitizing and releasing data with other societal v...
OpenID Connect is designed to replace username/password authentication. The protocol, in use by Google and others, may solve governments' needs to authenticate users accessing digi...
Alex Howard comments on questions about ethics and ethos in an age of exponential technological change.
Gray Hat hackers/Insider can use Live Linux distribution to get into the resources of primary/secondary installed Operating system. By using such devices and distributions they can...
Alex Howard asserts that the evolution of computer-assisted reporting will be a force for public good. He also notes the benefits of the new tools and techniques for telling these ...