Adobe Security Advisor Shows the No Tech is Impervious to Attacks

The issue of web security and cross-site scripting was back in the media recently, after a blog post by Costin Raiu, the director of the global research & analysis team at Kaspersky Lab, highlighted a potential issue with Adobe Flash Player version 21.0.0.242 and older. Posted on Kaspersky Lab’s official blog, the article suggests that ChromeOS, Linux,

2015 In Review: What Last Year Did for Online Entertainment

2015 was a tumultuous year in the world of technology. Things we laughed at years ago have become the new standard, and all new types of gadgets have emerged to make us even more confused about what to crave for. Big screen phones and their small screen, wrist-worn counterparts are becoming increasingly craved after, and

Mobile Games You Need to Download in 2016

Back in 2014, the growth of mobile gaming was so staggering that the experts were confident enough to predict that the medium would become the dominate force in the gaming industry in 2015. Indeed, following a 42% revenue increase to $25 billion between 2013 and 2014, the excitement was certainly justified. As the year rolled

What Disruptive EducationalTech Trends are we Likely to See in 2016?

How Technology is Turning Conventional Education on its Head Classroom learning has evolved at a rate of knots in recent years. Gone are the days of conventional education where students received all of their information from textbooks, blackboards (or white boards) and word-of-mouth. Nowadays, the information superhighway known as the Internet of things facilitates up-to-the-minute

Why To Choose AngularJS For Your Next Project

AngularJS is a Google product and is one of the popular JavaScript MVC framework that makes the front end web development much easier. It consists of various frameworks and plugins that are very useful for both designers as well as developers. AngularJS helps in building most organized web applications that are well architectured and easily maintainable.