Women in Cybersecurity: Reducing the Gender Gap Part III

This is the third post in a three part blog post on the Women in Cybersecurity Conference that took place March 31st through April 2nd in Dallas, Texas. The first keynote for the final day of the Women in Cybersecurity conference was Shelley Westman. Westman had a long road that ultimately led her to where she is today, […]

Truly Useful Artificial Intelligence Tools You Can Use Today

We know you, dear readers, have been tracking the megatrend of artificial intelligence. There are many issues in this trend that should inform your day-to-day decision-making (we examine AI issues as part of our CAMBRIC construct to help put the trend in the context of other major thrusts in the tech world). Most AI solutions today are […]

The CTOvision Mobile App: Tech news and context on any mobile device

An upgrade for The CTOvision Mobile Application is available for iPhone, iPad and Android users. The app began as a way to serve our readers with content from CTOvision and that remains a key capability. But we now include feeds from all other major tech blogs, letting you use our mobile app to track all the technology news, analysis and […]

A Computer in a Thumbdrive

Intel has created a Bay Trail Atom PC that is only 1.6 ounces. It is manufactured by Shenzen Apec Electronics and can be purchased on AliExpress for just under $125 (with shipping). The device does not come with OS, but you are able to load Windows, Linux, Android or other OS systems. It’s similar to Google’s […]

Fashionable Wearable Charger for your Smartphone

Q Designs has created a unique bracelet that increases your phone’s battery life. Instead of carrying around a tangled mess of cords, this sleek band will increase your phones bettery life by 60 percent, without the mess: Most wrist-bound devices are designed to take your hands and eyes off your phone, to allow you to […]

App Usage Continues to Rise

In the last few years, the potential for mobile productivity has increased dramatically. Sending emails, checking calendars, receiving important notifications, and surfing the web are no longer impressive mobile feats – they are commonplace. For most, the inability to conduct such tasks is more surprising than the ability to do so. Consumer and enterprise technology […]