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March Madness is back, which means so is my UCLA Bruins-induced skyrocketing blood pressure.

You probably heard a couple weeks ago that SpaceX CEO and boy genius, Elon Musk, promised Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister via twitter that he would help the government connect to SpaceX’s satellite-based internet network by sending Starlink terminals into the war zone.

It’s been a long time coming, but Google has finally announced it will force free G Suite accounts to paid plans, starting in May.

We talk a lot about the importance of two-factor authentication at Archway Computer. Many of us still forget passwords, pick weak ones and reuse passwords on multiple sites, and hackers take full advantage that.

Imagine a world where you never have to ask the question, “Is there Wifi?” But Elon Musk is on a mission to make that world a reality, especially for those who live in rural and underpopulated areas, where satellite internet is often the only way to get connected.

Did you know The Jetsons took place in 2062? By the show’s predictions, only 40 years away from today, shouldn’t we all be traveling around in flying cars by now? I’m only joking, (kind of) because while we’re not yet piloting flying cars or teleporting from place to place, it’s certain that our vehicles are becoming more and more modern. This is especially evident in the rise of the Electric vehicle.

I always thought I was the oral-hygiene expert in the family, but recently my son one-upped me when he introduced me to the Quip Toothbrush.

It’s not the Holiday season without Oprah’s Favorite Things List. And while the living legend is featuring some incredible items this year, let’s make this year a little geekier for you all.

I recently went to get a basal cell removed, and when they took my blood pressure it was high; so high that the doctors wouldn't do the surgery until it came down, and asked that I monitor my levels at home until then.