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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Last minute Father’s Day tech savvy gadgets – video

June 13, 2014 |

Still looking for that last minute gift for dad? I’ve got a few suggestions for the tech savvy dad on-the-go.  We have all these gadgets and more on our Gadget for the Guru section.

Portable power – for the dad … Read More

Robots attack! High school robotics teams demo at Phoenix Comicon

June 12, 2014 |

Local high school robotics teams let Phoenix Comicon goers sneak a peak at their battle-ready robot creations throughout the weekend. These teams get to build, design and battle their robots in local and national competitions.

The students are associated with the program FIRST … Read More

CEI’s 2nd annual Ready Set Launch! high school entrepreneurial program – June 23-27

June 12, 2014 |

The Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation (CEI) is holding their annual Ready Set Launch! summer entrepreneurial experience from June 23-27, which brings together high school juniors and seniors from all over the Valley to learn about entrepreneurship as a viable career … Read More

Startup EXP Trips amps up student traveling

June 12, 2014 |

Organizing a big group of students traveling domestically or abroad can be difficult and may end up being a logistical nightmare, but with startup EXP Trips, users now have a simplified, mainstreamed, and technological method of planning a trip to … Read More

Access denied: Feedly and Evernote latest victims of DDoS attacks

June 11, 2014 |

Have you had trouble accessing sites like Feedly and Evernote? Well, you can thank an annoying onslaught of DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks for that.

Not to be confused with a hacking attempt, DDoS attacks, simply put, are when a wide-range … Read More

#TangoDown – Hacktivist group Anonymous attacks FIFA World Cup #opMundial2014

June 11, 2014 |

The Hacktivist group Anonymous launched its latest attack against sponsors of the FIFA World Cup 2014 as well as the Government of Brazil to protest the lavish spending of the event and treatment of  local World Cup protesters.

To date they … Read More

#Hacked – Twitter’s TweetDeck compromised

June 11, 2014 |

Hacking has become the world’s current pain-in-the-neck, with recent attacks on Target, eBay, and WordPress – to name a few. Companies are doing their best to combat hackers and secure their customer’s private information, but in a world of intellectual … Read More

TASER adds industry veteran Bret Taylor to Board of Directors

June 11, 2014 |

TASER International announced that Bret Taylor, the co-creator of Google Maps, CEO of Friendfeed, CTO of Facebook, and is now CEO of Quip, will be joining its Board of Directors. He brings extensive technology experience to the Company as TASER … Read More

It’s never too early to build robots -Comicon panel shows how students can make it happen

June 10, 2014 |

Parents may worry that today’s tech is robbing their children’s attention span, but Mesa’s champion Westwood Robotics high school team knows how tech can be used to enrich a kid’s life: just build wicked awesome robots with your friends.

At the 2014 … Read More

GoDaddy files for $100M IPO

June 10, 2014 |

Scottsdale’s GoDaddy, the domain name and web hosting company that has helped numerous small businesses and distributed 57 million domain names, has submitted a registration statement proposing a $100 million initial public offering (IPO) of its stock.

The company announced … Read More