If you’ve been struck by ransomware, you’re not alone. This unique type of virus that holds files hostage for cash has been growing in popularity for years.
Will your computer or smartphone fall back automatically on November 4th? Here’s how to find out, and fix it if you need to.
Can one Turing machine emulate another? Are Turing machines guaranteed to finish a task? As Tolkien said about the advice that elves provide, the answer is “both yes and no.” Essentially, the Universal Turing machine represents the ability for a “computer” to manipulate a program just as it deals with data. Review of a Standard […]
Google Docs is convenient and easy to use – it also allows employees to share and edit files simultaneously as well as customizing permissions for each document or folder. On the other hand, the product support provided for these free cloud-based products is virtually non-existent, and the programs and features are quirky, to say the […]
Social media and the Internet have become a vast source of information for health professionals, evidenced by a study published today in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene that shows how data mining was used to examine the spread of infectious disease. Swine Flu to Cholera: Monitoring Disease Online In 2009, Google monitored […]
Interested in taking online courses at MIT? The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, commonly known as MIT, has announced a new initiative to couple online learning with a research project to improve Internet-based classrooms. MITx is something of a next-gen OpenCourseWare, an MIT online-learning project currently in its 10th year. Online College Degrees? MITx vs. OpenCourseWare […]