Hackers are taking aim at the power grid and nuclear facilities
Here are four cool, creepy, and intriguing reasons why IBM's DB2 certification is awesome
Anyone who shops online has already experienced Facebook and other frequented Web pages' uncanny ability to somehow know what you've been up to. The first few times it's a bit creepy. How do they know? Am I being watched? After a while, you just get used to it. The especially curious might even take the time to figure out how cookies work, how they can be cleared and so on.
Cisco's most recent acquisition shows its continued interest in the IoT
It's a great day for the Internet of Things and those who like to trumpet its expected success. Cisco has announced that it will be purchasing Jasper Technologies, a company that wants to help enterprises connect their commodities to the Internet. The IoT is all about getting devices once thought to be cut off from the Internet onto the network, thereby allowing them to communicate with each other and make your life easier.
In a move that's been a long time coming, Microsoft has announced that it will no longer be giving support to Windows 8. Although this is a big announcement, it certainly shouldn't be a surprise to users who have been paying attention.