"Technology" Blogs & Blog Posts

Spencer E HoltawaySpencer E Holtaway

Graphic and spatial designer in London who likes some technology stuff.

BDA3 Technology BlogBDA3 Technology Blog

At BDA3 Technology Blog, we will provide information, tips and help for the...


Nathanael Boehm on user experience design, social media and Government 2.0.

The Programmer's ParadoxThe Programmer's Paradox

In depth discussions of programming and software development issues.

Yo! MC: The NextJAM!Yo! MC: The NextJAM!

The personal blog of Mark Cerbo is about a mix of pop culture interest name...


Re-cycling news and entertainment on arts, science & technology. An ecl...

Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?

A Father writes about family, technology and more.


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Latest Blog Posts

02.12.2014 – G-Shock is one of Casio’s enduring products that claims to be the sturdiest watch ever built in harsh environments. It was first introduced in the early 1980s by its chief designer, Kikuo Ibe who would change the way you look at wris...

The ReWalk, the first FDA-approved exoskeleton for home use, was a tremendous leap forward in mobility solutions for paraplegics. However, the ReWalk requires ...

Internet giant Google will offer management courses to 3,000 tourism businesses on the island of Crete as part of an initiative to promote the sector in Greece, industry union Sete said on Thursday.

A paper to be presented at next month's Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems (CHES) in Busan, South Korea, will discuss physical side-channel attacks on laptop computers, in findings from a team from the Technion and Tel Aviv Unive...

A chatty robot with an LED-lit smiley face sent hitchhiking across Canada this summer as part of a social experiment reached its final destination Thursday after several thousand kilometers on the road.

DoubleDutch, which makes an app for organizing events, is the latest example of start-ups that have the luxury of raising money on their terms.

Facebook awarded a $50,000 Internet Defense Prize to a pair of German researchers with a seemingly viable approach to detecting vulnerabilities in Web applications.