June 19, 2017
CodePlex is (soon to be “was) a Microsoft hosted site for open-source software projects. They will be shutting down completely on December 15, 2017. If you are a developer at CodePlex you are most likely already aware of this matter and have taken the steps to take to migrate your projects. If you are like me, who enjoys using (and testing) some of the software that has been posted there (over the past 11 years), you are going to miss CodePlex. Appears, if the developers opt to, they can migrate their projects to GitHub.
Almost 11 years after we created CodePlex, it’s time to say goodbye. We launched CodePlex in 2006 because we, like others in the industry, saw a need for a great place to share software. Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of amazing options come and go but at this point, GitHub is the de facto place for open source sharing and most open source projects have migrated there.
SOURCE: Brian Harry’s blog – Shutting down CodePlex
June 8, 2017
Online gambling site BetOnline.Ag is putting the odds on how many times key words will pop up in tweets from the US president’s @realDonaldTrump and @POTUS Twitter accounts during ousted FBI director James Comey’s congressional hearing Thursday… READ MORE
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April 16, 2017
You are going to hear more and more about Microsoft’s Cloudbook as a competitor to Google’s Chromebook (especially for targeted use in schools)…
March 28, 2017
Over the years I have encouraged people in the world of computer information technology to ALWAYS protect your data and your privacy. Today I have been reading numerous articles from numerous tech sites who are not happy with the decision where Congress cleared the way for internet providers to sell your web browsing history. It has now cleared the Senate AND the House and is heading to the President’s desk for his signature. I encourage you to visit the source link below to learn more about this.
It’s hard to see this as anything but a major loss for consumers…
Source: Congress just cleared the way for internet providers to sell your web browsing history – The Verge
March 7, 2017
My family lives in a remote location and I am very familiar with the satellite broadband packages; that, in my opinion, take advantage of people. Hughes Network Systems may be changing all of that by offering faster speeds and hopefully better pricing.
Hughes Network Systems says it’s launching the first US satellite service to deliver FCC-defined broadband speeds of 25Mbps downloads and 3Mbps uploads.
Source: Satellite internet finally offers true broadband speeds – CNET
March 1, 2017
I am a Cricket wireless subscriber, and I love their service (and pricing plans). Android Authority has reported that Cricket dropped the price of its unlimited plan to $60 a month.
Source: Cricket Wireless drops the price of its unlimited plan to $60 a month