bay area tech

App of the Week – Spoiler Alert

July 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Black people have a saying when they see you throw away food. ” You will wish for that food one day?” Wasting food has always been a sin African-American households. But in America, black and...

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Cable Television is Feeling The Heat

June 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

There is not a single black person who has not waited half a day for the cable technician to show up at our house; if they showed up. And who hasn’t put up with poor...

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App of the Week – Avocado

June 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Marriage and relationships require work, hard work. Its simply not easy to keep that warm loving feeling going 24-7. You have work, maybe you have kids and other obligations that require attention. And heaven forbid...

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A group of Boston Public School students recently launched the website and mobile phone app Boston Student Rights. The app is intended to inform students of their rights and responsibilities as students in the Boston School...

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Get Windows 10 Upgrade FREE!

June 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Microsoft is offering its new Windows 10 operating system free of charge to current Window users. Most computers in the world are operating on Microsoft or at least run some Microsoft software. What Microsoft wants...

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Silicon Valley is a white male dominated world. Is America’s womb of technology struggling to find people of color to add to the mix or simply rejecting them?  There are probably plenty of answers to...

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FCC Votes to Bridge Digital Divide

June 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Last Thursday the Federal Communications Commission voted to consider permitting eligible Americans to purchase Internet access using government funds. The vote is a step toward bridging the growing digtal divide. The poor and minorities without Internet access...

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AT&T Hit With Historic $100M Fine

June 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

The FCC has body slammed AT&T with a $100 million dollar fine for misleading customers and throttling their data. It is the largest fine in FCC history. AT&T offered customers unlimited data plans starting in...

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One of the beautiful things about the Internet is the ability for people to buy and sell from one another.  However the Internet also can bring you in contact with some pretty bad characters who...

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Scams Target Black Senior Citizens

June 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

One on the biggest problems of the digital age is protecting information. The task becomes even greater when you have to protect your information and the information of a parent or grandparent. Today’s world is digital...

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