Ransomware: The Actual Cost Of An Outage

March 2nd, 2018

This week's Technology Today is all about preventing data loss and the actual cost of an outage!

Why People Are Still Suffering From Ransomware Attacks

People tend to steer clear of that which will cost them money upfront, but may save them in the long run.

Qualcomm Launches Wifi Chip Suitable For Next-gen Wifi

February 23rd, 2018

This week's Technology Today features Qualcomm's NEW WiFi chip, The Atheros WCN3998, for smartphones, notebooks and tablets - this NEW tech will be compatible with next-gen WiFi technology.

What You Need To Know

Wednesday, March 21st, Qualcomm Incorporated released the industry's first 2X2 802.11ax ready solution via its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies.

Google Chrome’s Ad Blocker Goes Live…tomorrow

February 14th, 2018

This week's Technology Today highlight's Google's NEW Ad Blocker - launching TOMORROW, February 15th via Chrome.

What You Need To Know

Tomorrow, Google Chrome will be launching it's NEW Ad Blocker in North America and Western Europe - this will be a first for Google, as they haven't blocked Ads in the past.

How Does Apple’s Homepod Stack Up To The Competition

February 8th, 2018

This roll out of Technology Today is all about the Apple's NEW HomePod and how it holds it's own or doesn't in the smart speaker market.


Apple's HomePod obliterates the competition in sound quality - by far! The New York Times has even gone as far as to say, "Audiophiles will appreciate that it has a woofer with a custom amplifier and seven tweeters.

Intels Former President Renee James Founds Ampere With The Help Of Carlyle Group

February 6th, 2018

This roll out of Technology Today is all about the NEW chip company, Ampere - founded by Intel's very own Renee James!

Ampere has launched their first chip - the custom core Armv8-A 64-bit server. It operates at up to 3.3 GHz with 1 TB of memory - all with power of 125 watts! This chip is based on designs from ARM Holdings - tech super-giant, "Architecting a smarter world and transforming lives through innovation".

James' goal as CEO is to make a footprint on hyper-scale cloud applications and corporate data centers.

Dell’s New Baby – Chromebook 5190

January 25th, 2018

After a short reprieve, Technology Today is back and ready to roll! In our latest issue, we flush out the perks and pits of DELL's NEW Chromebook 5190.

DELL has long been one of Circulent's trusted partners - so, we obviously LOVE their gear.

Is Iphone X Really Worth The Price?

January 16th, 2018

Is Apple's NEWEST creation really worth the deep dive into your pocket? In Circulent's latest issue of Technology Today, we sift through the good, the bad and the techy tidbits.

Sensational Screen

To start, the 'X' is actually pronounced 'ten', in celebration of their Tenth Anniversary - it's equipped with a bigger, bolder, first-ever, edge-to-edge OLED Screen - comprised of surgical grade stainless steel, measuring a whopping 5.8" diagonally.

What You Shouldn’t Do On Social Media

January 10th, 2018

In Circulent's latest issue of Technology Today , we sift through the good, the bad and the techy tidbits of social media and social network safety.

Society embraces social media as the norm - almost everyone is on at least one platform, if not several.

Blockchain, Bitcoin, Big Data, Iot… Oh My!!

January 4th, 2018

As we start a new year, we look ahead to what's on tech's horizon - 2018's first issue of Technology Today, sorts through the good, the bad and the techy tidbits of Blockchain, Bitcoin, Big Data and IoT.

Lets dive into Blockchain and how this infrastructure is changing the world as we know it and disrupting entire industries!

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Net Neutrality Nixed

December 15th, 2017

In our LATEST issue of Technology Today, we sift through the good, the bad and the techy tidbits of the removal of Net Neutrality and what this really means for the American people.*

Even though congress and advocacy organizations alike tried to put an end to it, yesterday, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) officially voted to revoke 2015's Open Internet Order and the Net Neutrality regulations it implemented with a 3-2 vote.