Computer Hardware News

  • The History of Computer Jump Drives: Who Invented It And When

    Who invented the computer jump drive, when was the jump drive invented, whose idea was it and which company actually manufactured the first jump drive? In this article we will look at answers to all these questions.
    By unsel March 3, 2011 

  • How to Land an IT Job in a Troubled Economy - Job Fairs, Resume & Contacts

    Tips on landing an IT job in challenging economic times. What you can do to ensure success amid recession.
    By jeff December 17, 2010 

  • How to Participate in (Legit) Flash Drive Giveaways

    Want a flash drive, but don't want to have to pay for one? Many places offer flash drive giveaways where you can get free flash drives by entering contests or visiting a sponsor's website. Free storage, no hassle.
    By C.D. Crowder November 22, 2010 


  • HP 2010: Laptop Launch and Refresh -Envy, Muse, Pavilion

    HP did a press release concerning their new line of laptops last May. What's new?
    By Felix August 4, 2010 

  • Smart Card Technology Privacy Concerns

    Smart Card technology has become a popular convenience in Europe, however there are instances within the United States in which smart card technology is also used, like some credit cards and ID cards.
    By Regina Woodard August 2, 2010 

  • Information Technology Spending By Country

    A good indicator of a country's development is how much they spend on information and communication technologies. Here is a run down of data on how much some of the major countries of the world spend on IT!
    By Finn Orfano July 31, 2010 


  • Belkin Apologizes for Fake Reviews - How Many Others Have Done This?

    Belkin recently got busted for paying people to post positive reviews of their products on Amazon, regardless of whether or not the writer had owned or used the product. It makes you wonder how many other companies have gotten employees or others to write...
    By Finn Orfano July 26, 2010 

  • The Good and Bad Sides of Smart Cards

    As with all information technology, the smart card is a double-edged sword containing inherent properties that some view as a cause for concern. But does the bad actually outweigh the good? Let's take a look at smart card technology pros and cons...
    By Tony J Palazzo June 30, 2010 

  • Basic Computer Forensic Techniques

    Anyplace that digitial data is stored may be subject to computer forensics techniques. Computer forensics applies to any digital medium, including how the FBI recovers evidence from computer, hard drive, cell phone, and other sources.
    By Amy Carson June 29, 2010 

  • A Brief Intro to the Massive Wireless Networking Business

    The wireless networking industry has grown very quickly in the last few years. This is due to changes in wireless technology, new applications, many new vendors and hardware products.
    By George Garza June 24, 2010 
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