Tech advancements to look out for in 2015 - Reno TechnologyLast but certainly not least - no big surprise here. Everyone and their grandmother has some type of fairly modern mobile gadget around their house. Chances are you’re looking at this through one yourself. Many companies like Paypal, MasterPass, and Visa Checkout have even recently adopted pretty solid discounts for people to move onto mobile payments. Regardless, here’s to a more efficient and progressive 2015 new year.
Sony envisions future with pay-as-you-go powerDot-com? How quaint. A smorgasbord of new Net domains has arrived, with hundreds more on the way. Heather Parker is a technically savvy businesswoman. But she didn't know about one of the biggest changes happening right now: a massive expansion of Internet address domains beyond the well-known .com, .net, and .org. "I didn't know .photography was something I could register for until now," Parker said. That lack of awareness is one challenge facing domain-name expansion and the non-profit organization behind it, the International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN. One example: Two Merck pharmaceutical companies, one with rights to use the name in the US and Canada and the other with rights in the rest of the world, are fighting in court over the .merck domain. But the new domain names are here to stay, and businesses and consumers must adjust to the new reality. The .com suffix had special meaning for the first generation of Internet users. More fish Trademark hurdles