The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review on Bitdefender Total Security 2015

Regarded as one of the best technical Windows internet security suites for PC and laptop, and Total Security 2015 lives up to that rep. Bitdefender is widely regarded as one of the best technical Windows internet security suites. Its Total Security product offers a very good range of the features … Continue reading

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: Logitech K480 Keyboard Works with Anything You Own

  It’s a truth as universal as it is annoying; if you want all your devices to work with a specific keyboard, well, you’ll probably need either one for each, sign on for precisely one device ecosystem, or get used to swiping in words. Travelers in particular are driven insane … Continue reading

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review on How Anqor Gets You Online

If you travel, you know the pain of getting online wherever you go. Either you pay offensive tethering charges when you really shouldn’t be, or, in some cases, it’s just impossible to access the Internet unless you’ve got an in-country SIM card. As we’re increasingly global, this is increasingly annoying, … Continue reading

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: The Bluetooth Tracking Gadget

The only thing missing from Tile, the Bluetooth tracking gadget, is more users (review) In 2013, a crowdfunded project known as the Tile became a smash hit, racking up over $2,500,000 in funding from nearly 50,000 backers. The secret to its success? Simple: The Tile promised to help users locate … Continue reading

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: Closing the High-Tech Gender Gap

This year’s Lemelson-MIT Prize winner discusses grassroots ways for boosting the number of women in technology and business. I have a confession to make: I’ve been living under a rock. I’ve actually been busy under here — running a bioengineering lab at MIT, starting companies, teaching, consulting, being a mom. … Continue reading

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review on Neuroscientists Object to Europe’s Human Brain Project

More than 180 neuroscientists have signed an open letter to the European Commission calling on it to reconsider the technical goals and oversight of one of the world’s largest brain-mapping projects, predicting it is likely to fail. The European Union agreed last year to invest more than one billion euros … Continue reading

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: Forget the Shortest Route Across a City; New Algorithm Finds the Most Beautiful

The way we navigate in cities has been revolutionized in the last few years by the advent of GPS mapping programs. Enter your start and end location and these will give you the shortest route from A to B. That’s usually the best bet when driving, but walking is a … Continue reading

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: A Smart Home Knows When to Blast the AC

The newest idea in home automation is letting your thermostat track your smartphone, and only blast the air conditioner when you’re at home. WSJ Personal Tech Columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler put Honeywell’s new Lyric thermostat to the test. When it’s hotter than Hades outside, wouldn’t it be nice if your … Continue reading

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: GE Device Measures the Calories on Your Plate

Self-tracking devices like the Fitbit do a fair, if imperfect, job at measuring how much you move and then inferring how many calories you’ve burned in a day. But they don’t measure how many calories you consume. You can enter calorie estimates into an app, but doing so is a … Continue reading

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: UK Businesses Ignoring Consumer Demand for Mobile Payment Tech

Mastercard warns: invest or face economic consequences. Many UK businesses are struggling to expand and develop to their full potential due to a lack of proper investment into new technologies such as alternative payment methods, a senior Mastercard executive has told CBR. Marcia Clay, the groups’ UK and Ireland head … Continue reading