Armenian Government Ministries Websites Suffered from Cyber Attack 

South Korea Data Breach Hacking

A group of Azerbaijan hackers from Azerbaijan Hacker Team has hacked a number of Armenian Government ministers’ websites, and placed a video on their defaced page. There are a total of 64 websites hacked including Ministry of Education, police, city districts, Artsakh State University, Football Federation of Armenia and several other Armenian websites. Continue reading

Holiday Shopping the Smart and Safe Way 

Online Shopping

Everywhere, mothers, fathers and even sweet little grannies are licking their chops, sharpening their elbows and practicing their quick-draw credit card slides to prepare for the Great Gift Buying Wars, otherwise known as holiday shopping. But your shopping experience doesn’t have to be all chaos and mayhem. Continue reading

Three Technologies You Can Use Today to Prevent Cyberattacks and Identity Theft 

Computer firewall

Cybercrime is growing rapidly as our culture continues to immerse itself in the online space. Last year, the IC3 (Internet Crime Complaint Center) fielded over 289,000 complaints totaling over $525 million in losses. That’s over an 8% increase from 2011. Yet we continue to expose more of our personal information through social networking and online searches. Continue reading

What’s Streaming in Worldwide Fiber Optic Internet News? 

Fiber-Optic

In April 2013, Google and the city of Provo, Utah announced that the search giant would be taking over the city’s $39 million fiber optic network for a single U.S. dollar, according to Mercury News. Because of its status as a worldwide Internet power, attention is on Google as it moves forward with plans to install or take over fiber optic networks in U.S. cities. Continue reading

Photo Taking Wars: iPads vs. Google Glass 

iPad Photo

A major nuisances of the modern era is the number of people shooting images from smartphones. Musicians are annoyed by hundreds of phones at live show all taking shots or shooting video of their every sung syllable. Sports fans don’t want to watch the game through another person’s cell phone screen. Continue reading

Saving Energy with Your Electronics 

Green Power

Every year, there’s a handy new electronic device to catch your interest — and your outlets. No matter how diligent you are with your power-saving habits, your bill is going to keep rising as long as you add more electronics to your home. That second laptop, new game console and home entertainment system all contribute to rising energy costs within the home. Continue reading

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