John Okoye

Originally from New Jersey, John Okoye moved to New York City at the age of 17, where he attended New York University. After receiving a bachelor's degree in economics, Okoye quickly found his calling in writing. He has spent many years writing and editing articles for various online magazines, publications and blogs.
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In response to the growing demand for mobile, tech companies are realigning their approach to products. So how far will the mobile...


Social networks represent a drastic and rapid change in the way we connect with each other. Perhaps what's most interesting is the...


Maintaining online privacy and security is something everyone can take into their own hands - to some extent. Here are five top ways to...


The extent to which technology has changed TV is a bit of a marvel - and it mostly benefits viewers. Here are seven of the biggest changes...


With its new offering, Apple hopes to silence critics and take a big step in its ongoing battle with Android for the biggest slice of the...


Consumers used to expect that banks would hold their money, pay some interest and maybe provide a few services. Now we want it all remotely...


The cloud’s projected growth over the next five years could make it the next big thing for the business economy.


While Google has claimed that this technology can potentially improve the firm’s search engine and Web processes, a computer this...


Social media is becoming an increasingly common source of breaking news. But while it gets points for being fast and interactive, accuracy...


It's hard to say for sure whether Bitcoin will survive, but one thing is certain: It represents the future of payment, either way. Here are...


Phone hacking is a widespread problem that is expected to grow with the increasing prevalence of smartphones. Fortunately, there are many...


The creation of the HTTP cookie has vastly changed the way that we use the Internet. Find out how it emerged and why some people just want...


When it comes to understanding the impact of these devices, we may be looking in the wrong place.


Green IT isn't just a trend - it's a reality, and one that holds benefits for companies, consumers and the environment.


The fact that so many industries would benefit from a solution to data issues says a lot about big data's future - and perhaps our own as...


Despite the headway many tech companies have made in terms of collecting personal data, they've encountered resistance from consumers. That...

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