When you’re getting a CPU, you might not be torn between getting one with more cores, or one with higher clock speed. This article helps you decide which is better.
Articles by Miguel Leiva-Gomez
Graphene may have plenty of plaudits about its massively fluid electrical conductivity, but it is impossible to build CPU out of it. Here’s why!
The Google Brain team is working on artificial neural networks. Let’s see how it could affect the way that technology interacts with us in the near future.
Online reviews are great because they give you a supposedly accurate depiction of the product that you are going to buy. But can they really be trusted? Let’s find out.
Streaming sites have been seeing increased usage by people who wish to pay for unlimited media streaming. Are these services going to make piracy obsolete?
The severity of a DDoS attack could vary from a mild inconvenience to a total takedown of a server. But how large can it really get? Let’s find out here.
Many articles have been talking about this radical type of display that uses “quantum dot technology.” Let’s find out what a quantum dot monitor actually is!
When someone makes an irresponsible comment on a website, should the visitor or the website be responsible for the offensive comments?
ICANN is in the process of making a policy decision that may expose people’s private information. Is this yet another infringement of privacy? Let’s check it out.
It has been reported that there is such a thing as a “smart” light bulb. How are these light bulbs going to benefit us? Let’s check it out.
Ransomware is one of the worst kind of malware that extorts money from individuals. Let’s find out how it works and how you can prevent it.
The Blackberry phone may be running Android in the future. Is this a good decision and would you buy a BlackBerry phone if it ran on Android?
Without getting into politics, let’s look at Bitcoin as a technology product and analyze the misconceptions both naysayers and fans have about it.
One vulnerability called the Dark Jedi exploit has managed to slip through the cracks and has affected older Apple computers. This is what it is all about.
The newly announced Android Pay by Google doesn’t require you to enter your PIN for your cards. Is this actually safe? Are PIN-less payments the way to go? Let’s check it out.
Cryptography is supposed to keep you safe, but what if there is a backdoor that allows the government access to your account? What would be its consequence? Let’s find out.
Security questions are supposed to be yet another secure way to log in to your account in case you forgot your password, but it is really a bad idea. Here’s why.
Now robots are capable of writing news reports and painting the masterpieces of great artists. Is this the end for those who are in these niches? Let’s find out.
A report from the JEDEC about SSDs suggests they might not be able to retain storage over long periods of time without power. Is this true? Let’s find out.
You may have heard about the “right to be forgotten”, But what exactly is the “right to be forgotten”, and can we even enforce such a right? Let’s check it out.