Tech Talk

How times have changed. The past two years have seen exponential growth in the tablet market, with Google's Nexus and Samsung's Galaxy tablets now presenting a serious challenge to Apple's dominance.


Don’t let your voice be silenced!

Next Tuesday, March 6, the student government election ballot will include a question that will determine the future of the "Gateway." Students will vote on whether or not to continue funding their student newspaper with student fees. The "Gateway" has already been forced to adjust to recent budget cuts, and the cuts being proposed would effectively eliminate the University of Nebraska Omaha's student paper. This is a crucial time for students to get involved. 


In the city of the lost

It had been three days since Avery's life had somehow turned into a Godard film.  They'd fled Paris, Avery going with him without question.  It was so unlike her. She had registered that it was insane, that she could have very easily left Emile and spoken with that Inspector--told him everything she knew.


Never do your banking at Starbucks: a laymans guide to ARP poisoning

Now that I've got your attention, let's talk cyber security. October is, after all, Cyber Security Awareness Month.


Diamonds aren’t a girl’s best friend

Diamonds have always held a particular allure.  The hardest of all precious stones, they are traditionally associated with love and marriage.  Marilyn Monroe sang, "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend" the 1953 film "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," and Ian Fleming's master spy James Bond battled a villainous smuggler in "Diamonds Are Forever." Those two lines have become central to one of the longest running, most lucrative, successful and patently deceptive advertising campaigns in history.


Crossing the final “Border”

The corporate heads of Borders recently announced they're filing for bankruptcy and all their stores will be closing.