Technology articles published in August 2013
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August 27, 2013
The Internet then and now [infographic]
An infographic depicts what the Internet looked like then and now.
August 25, 2013
Got a Bunch of Ignored Online Accounts? Say Hello to JustDelete.me
I've racked up a lot of online accounts that sit there, unused and unloved, and I'd like to do a little house-cleaning, because Winter is coming...
August 24, 2013
Correcting #Mobile Issues with Responsive Web Design - Interview with MorWeb
Responsive Design is not a tool, it's a conception limited only by the imagination of the designer and his/her iteration of how to adapt content for different resolutions.
August 22, 2013
Google Street View Brings Big Zoos to your Small Screen
Can't get the kids out very often? Take them along to sneak a peek at animals big and small housed at major zoos throughout the world.
August 21, 2013
Untapped Tech Talent in Philadelphia and Rich Gorman's Effort to Grow It
In Philadephia, Rich Gorman is helping entrepreneurs find value in reducing initial start-up costs, and a hotbed of tech talent.
Internet.org seeks to bring the Internet to everyone everywhere
Mark Zuckerberg is leading an initiative, along with major tech giants, to bring internet to the entire world. But will this plan work, or are they leading a futile effort for world internet access?
August 17, 2013
One Step Closer to Jetsons: Flying Car Makes First Public Flight (Video)
Looks like we're a bit closer to seeing a few commuters passing overhead, the next time we're stuck in a long traffic jam.
August 15, 2013
Mashable rounds up social media's outer space action
Now that social media posts are coming in from OFF our planet, perhaps it's time to stop calling it the World Wide Web?
August 14, 2013
Dr. Who Fans Get an Awesome Google Maps Easter Egg
Locate a particular blue police phone box the 300 block of London's Earl's Court Road, and begin a unique time travel experience.
Johns Hopkins unveils state of the art science facility
The new undergraduate science facility at Johns Hopkins University is exactly what science should be. A state of the art learning facility that will propel students into STEM fields all while being as green as possible.
August 13, 2013
Phone etiquette around the world [infographic]
An infographic that depicts phone etiquette around the world
A GUNNAR Visual Renovation at Hughes Marino
San Diego based Hughes Marino recently completed a renovation of their downtown offices, which wasn't complete until every employee was wearing a pair of GUNNAR glasses.
August 12, 2013
The Mars One Project hopes to send 100K people on a one-way trip to Mars
The Mars One Project wants to send 100,000 people on a one-way trip to Mars starting in 2022, but will they have the technology ready in time to make sure they all get there without dying from radiation exposure?
August 6, 2013
Smart homes could be new targets for cyber-crime
With more homes becoming full WiFi enable smart homes, cyber-criminals are most likely already looking for ways to exploit flaws in the technology, making your home life even more annoying.
August 5, 2013
Coding Horror: Programming and the Rule of Three
Since 2004, Coding Horror has provided tips, tricks, bits of intellectual humor and glimpses into life as a coder to its growing readership.
August 3, 2013
Where's My Phone?!? Google to Roll Out Find My Android Service
As part of a move to step up user security, Google has announced a pending rollout of a service to match Apple's Find My iPhone.
August 2, 2013
Soylent meal replacement set to hit market; not made of Humans
A cleverly named meal replacement product is about to hit the market with $1 million in pre-orders, but does Soylent have anything going for it besides the name?