Thursday morning, FCC chairman Julius Genachowski and general counsel Austin Schlick detailed the FCC’s plans for imposing its new net neutrality plan, fundamentally changing the way it regulates internet access. Now at first glance, government regulation of the internet might seem a bit 1984, but on further inspection it appears that consumers can only benefit [...]Read more
If there was ever a time to start buying up stocks in energy (note: TechTrackr in no way recommends or evaluates the stock market, thus all “suggestions” are for creative purposes only), now would be the time.
If you do decide to buy shares in the energy market, you’ll most likely be getting them from an [...]
I have studied to become certified as an ethical hacker. Through my studies, I have stumbled upon the conclusion that many other security analysts have also come across. WiFi is a major security issue. Any person can get on a network through Wi-Fi and steal info, even if it is encrypted. However, due to the easy [...]Read more
As you may now, we have gotten our hands on Google Chrome OS, and my general thought is that its JUST A BOOTABLE BROWSER, at first the press conference made it seem pretty cool, but a rose by any other name is still a rose, and Google Chrome, even if you make it an OS [...]Read more
Yesterday, Google announced it plans for Chrome OS. As of now, it’s available as an open source project known as Chronium OS. Here at Techtrackr, we’ve downloaded it, and we’ve noticed that you must have an Internet connection to log on. No Internet means no OS. So what happens when you’re on the road and [...]Read more
Mac vs. PC is a new series of posts I am going to start writing describing my use with both operating systems. I will try to post them periodically, but if something happens, I might just post a random one. I have a Macbook Pro with Snow Leopard and Windows 7 Ultimate and I try [...]Read more