The Best Wireless Keyboards

Wireless keyboards are the top-notch option for computer keyboards. They’re easier to use since you don’t have to lug a cord around, and they are often more durable. After all, you can’t wear down your keyboard’s cord when it doesn’t have one. Whether you have a desktop or laptop, a wireless keyboard can help you… Read More

Woman remote working at home on her computer

Remote work has become the new norm for many of us. Whether you’ve started working from home every so often or every day of the week, there’s no denying the fact that remote work has fundamentally changed the way we work, from how we communicate with one another to how we perform typical work tasks…. Read More

The Best WordPress Hosting Providers

If you’re looking into building a website, then you’re probably considering the ever-popular and user-friendly WordPress platform. Utilizing WordPress to build your website allows you to completely customize your site’s look and feel while providing an intuitive backend interface for updating your content and managing your website. If you’re stuck on what host provider you… Read More

The Best Cloud Hosting Providers

Cloud hosting providers have been growing steadily in popularity in recent years, as advances in cloud security solutions have helped to diminish concerns about data security in the cloud. While traditional hosting deploys solutions on a single server, cloud hosting hosts applications or websites on a network of connected servers (both physical and virtual servers)…. Read More

Arrays are ordered collections in which we can store different values. Using them, we can maintain a well-structured and optimized code base. Arrays are one of the most frequently used data structures in Java. They provide us with a straightforward syntax that’s easy to understand even for beginners and can be put into action in… Read More

PowerShell is a command-line shell and scripting language developed by Microsoft for the Windows operating system (OS). It is used by IT administrators to automate tasks, manage file systems and control applications that run on Windows. A beta version was first introduced by Microsoft in 2003 called “Monad.” It was renamed Windows PowerShell on April… Read More

Writing test cases is important in assisting testers determine whether software applications are devoid of bugs and capable of optimal performance. With a well-written test case, you can reduce bottlenecks in the software deployment lifecycle and boost the quality of developed software. Typically, a test case is a document containing some conditions to be conducted… Read More

Git is a powerful and popular tool used to create most of the apps and software products on the market. Programmers and other digital project creators utilize Git, which is a version control system that manages and stores the revision of projects. GitHub is a repository hosting service that allows creators who use Git to… Read More

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This article is written by Andrew Paulette, Marvin Marin, Mesay Degefu, and Colby Proffitt, with contributions by Donnie Corliss. The original post was published on the NetCentrics Blog. 1.) “Perverse” malware infecting hundreds of Macs remained undetected for years (July 27, 2017) https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2017/07/perverse-malware-infecting-hundreds-of-macs-remained-undetected-for-years/ Summary: A mysterious piece of malware that gives attackers surreptitious control over webcams, keyboards, and other… Read More

Home Theater

Ask anyone who’s ever been lured by a big-box store display (and suffered the subsequent buyer’s remorse), and you’ll soon learn that a big-screen TV and speakers do not a top-notch home theater design make. And we’re not even talking fancy tiered seating, or mood lighting, or acoustic tiles, or any of that jazz –… Read More

Smart Home

One of the best and worst things about the smart-home world, is that it’s ever-evolving: As soon as you’ve mastered one fascinating new gadget, a newer and must-have gizmo is there to either augment or replace the first. Obviously, we love and appreciate all the latest advancements in home automation. We’re moving toward a Jetsons… Read More

Man using phone and computer

We’re a few all-nighters away from November, so it should come as no surprise that the gaming industry – PC gaming, console gaming, phone game, all the gaming! – is revving up, just in time for holiday shopping. New systems have been announced. Virtual reality is now our reality. And new games are being released… Read More

Installing a Wireless Repeater

We’ve all been there: You open a YouTube video; you’re binging on Netflix; you’re playing an online game; you’re uploading family photos, and BAM! Your WiFi network crashes. Your videos get stuck on endless buffering; you get kicked off your game; or your photo uploads fail completely. You scream. You weep. You’re tempted to throw… Read More

Building a gaming computer

For serious gamers, building a custom top-rated gaming computer is not just a wish; it’s a must. Most off-the-shelf consumer laptops and desktops, while an easy buy, don’t end up being the best computer for gaming. They’re too slow, or their video cards are underpowered, or they’re not built for performance. You already knew that,… Read More

Home Automation

If you’re looking to get started with DIY home automation, the first question isn’t how, but what? What are you planning to automate? Then, once you have the what, you can wade through the crowded milieu of home automation products, gadgets and gizmos, and focus on how to achieve what you want to do. Home… Read More