The State of Tech, Holographic Universes and Exploding Kittens
A few things going on in tech.
A look at how technology is bringing clean drinking water to third world countries.
Over a billion people worldwide are living without clean drinking water.
“Geeks and Gadgets” will premier on March 5
On Tuesday, this column presented a story about a local IT firm, Venturetechnica, launching a new podcasting station here in Syracuse, NY as an effort to become “the podcasting center of the world,” according to CEO Matthew Masur.
Venturetechnica is the brainchild of CEO Matthew Masur
Last Thursday, a local web/IT company, Venturetechnica, located in downtown Syracuse's AXA Towers, launched their first broadcast with an all-day show entitled “Matt’s Modern World.”
Main focal points for tech in 2014.
Looking back at tech highlights from 2014.
An interview with Hack Upstate winners.
Last fall, a couple of college kids – Raymond Jacobson, Julius Alexander, and Alex Freska – won the fall Hack Upstate competition based on a “ridiculous” idea they made work.
Solstice is a modern innovation of solar power.
In the midst of the legislative war on fracking and the violent war on oil, the world’s store of non-renewable energy is “drifting away,” as pop singer Mr. Probz would say: “wave after wave."
Tech updates for Dec. 18 – 24
Tonino Lamborghini to Release $6,000 Smartphone The son of the owner of the popular luxury sports car company recently announced the release of a new smartphone, called the Tauri 88, with a price tag of six grand.
Meet the man behind Syracuse’s Best Blog
After SyracuseGuru.com was honored for Best Blog in the Syracuse New Times Best of Syracuse poll for a third consecutive year, SNT tech writer Joe Cunningham had to find out who this "guru" was exactly.
Tech Bits and Bytes for Dec. 11 – 17