Shellshock makes Heartbleed look insignificant

By Larry Seltzer  |  September 29th, 2014  |  ZDNet Somehow there always seems to be another Internet security disaster around the corner. A few months ago everyone was in a panic about Heartbleed. Now the bug, Shellshock (officially CVE-2014-6271), a far more serious vulnerability, is running uncontrolled over the Internet. It’s never a good time to panic, but […]

Samsung Galaxy Alpha review

By Vlad Savov | September 26th, 2014 | The Verge Samsung puts on its designer suit Imagine what Samsung could do, if it tried. Earlier this year, we concluded our Galaxy S5 review on a note of optimism about the awesome potential of a well designed Samsung smartphone. It turns out that Samsung was already working on the […]

10 things to know about the state of tech in education

By By Erin Carson September 29, 2014, The current state of tech and education is in flux. Here are 10 things to know about what’s happening now. There’s a difference between having computers in schools and teaching kids what to do with them. Tech in education is facing several key challenges. As talk of the skills gap, and […]