No need to "Google" the origins of Google, we did the research for you!
This month we will exploring the history of the first computer virus, and it is a creepy one!
Looking for smart ways to make the most of your summer?
Join us as we explore the weird history of Windows in computers!
Be wary of these password pitfalls that hackers love and learn how to keep your data secure!
Yee-ha! In the wild wild west of the internet, antivirus software is a must-have partner.
Have you ever wondered why your computer's mouse is called that? Well it all started with a fellow named Douglas and a block of wood...
Learn about the key software that keeps your computer safe from viruses.
In the old days, before video game systems had cameras and sensors, programmers had to get creative.
Dive into the first “console wars” and learn how more bits led to bigger and better games.
How the Internet of Things could improve education, from VR to accessibility to facial recognition.
Learn some of the tricks game developers use to simulate an extra dimension.
How scammers can trick you into downloading malware onto your own computer.
There are pros and cons to networking all the “smart” devices in your home. What surprises does the future hold?
Learn what your antivirus software does, and why it’s important to keep it updated.
Driverless cars could mean less traffic and less accidents, but their developers have some challenges to solve.
A long time ago, before the internet, games were stored on cassette tapes — just like music! Well, Sort of.
A wacky story about connectivity, Danish kings, and the need for good dentists.
The first time AI beat humans at their own game.
How did video games become popular before the internet? It’s all about shareware, floppy disks, and human cleverness!
Keep your passwords at the tip of your fingers, or maybe at the back of your eyes!
Learn about the shiny new technology that allows us to be connected like never before.
Synchronizing games with players from all around the world is no easy task.
Grad your friends & disconnect from the digital world with these fun science & tech board games.
A substitution cipher is an easy way to begin learning about how to use and make secrete codes.
This project explores the basics of using Google's Static Map software to display your own maps.
Learn how to code the hangman game in C#. Includes link to full code.
Smart software design makes it easy for you to learn how to use it without help.
The user interface often determines whether or not people can easily use your software.
Deleting files on your computer doesn't make them disappear.