To Invest in or to Ignore. That is the question.

If you have faith purely in market forces and have been looking for a currency free from political whimsy, regulatory bodies or human error, Bitcoin may be what you’re looking for. The digital crypto-currency now four years old has become increasingly popular since its rapid rise and fall in value this past April. Suddenly cast into the limelight of financial news, becoming the subject of much social media buzz, Bitcoin is now being introduced to more casual investors who find themselves scratch...
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Microsoft, Google, and Apple: Tech Wars

The story began in 1998, the year in which Microsoft first released its Windows98 system, Apple first introduced its iMac, and Google was founded by two Stanford students. Since then, along with the world-changing development of the internet and high technology, the three companies have entered into a series of battles, struggling for control over different digital areas. Though the mastery of light sabers is not required, the wars in the tech industry today are featuring equal intensity and u...
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Cyberwarfare: Pushing the Boundaries of Human Conflict

23 years ago, the Berlin Wall came crumbling down and a curtain was drawn upon the end of an era. 23 years ago, the first commercial Internet Service Providers (ISPs) were founded and the Internet was poised to explode. But that was then. Now, we live in an age where the victors of the Cold War no longer hold a position of hegemony over the rest of the world. We live in an age where the next great fields of technology are “smart.” Now, it is not so much a question of what the Internet is but rat...
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