The Like button has become pretty ubiquitous these days, where it provides users with a quick way to show their appreciation for a post or item they see online. However in an interesting move, it seems that Pinterest has decided that they will be removing the feature from its website. Read full post →Pinterest Will Be Killing Off Its ‘Like’ Button


So we’ve seen how drones can be used for photography, videography, even used to provide internet, and now it seems that drones have found a use in the study of animals. A pair of researchers have used drones in a bid to better learn about the behavior of bats while they’re in-flight that go beyond traditional ground-based monitoring tactics. Read full post →Drones Used To Study Bats To Learn In-Flight ‘Secrets’


People argue with each other all the time, whether you’re friends, family, or partners. Heck even strangers get into arguments with each other. However what if you could predict when an argument is about to break out? If you could, do you think you could work towards preventing it or acting in a way that doesn’t let it get blown out of proportion? Read full post →Researchers Use Wearables To Predict When Couples Start Arguing



The human body is a wonderment and it’s usually only when it’s too late that we can appreciate what it does for us. For example did you know your eye’s natural lens will automatically focus on whatever you’re looking at? We suppose it might be obvious, but it’s not really something we think about. Read full post →These Smart Glasses Can Refocus On What You’re Looking At


If you have ever downloaded anything illegally before via torrents like a movie or music, you may or may not have received an email from your ISP warning you that your IP address has been detected downloading copyrighted material. However usually this is as far as it goes as the legal stuff is typically handled by the copyright owner, like movie studios or record labels. Read full post →RIAA Sues ISP For Not Disconnecting Pirates


Following a couple of leaks and rumors, Activision has recently confirmed that the next installment in the Call of Duty franchise will indeed be based around World War 2 (which has been done before, so it’ll be interesting to see how they will approach this particular installment). Read full post →Call Of Duty: WW2 Campaign And Multiplayer Details Leaked


One of changes that Apple made with iOS 10 is opening up Siri to third-party developers. Prior to this, one could say that Siri was a bit limited and restrictive in its functionality, but presumably Apple saw how successful Amazon was with Alexa that they decided that maybe they should follow suit. Read full post →WhatsApp Update Now Lets Siri Read Your Latest Messages


In the past we have seen how some gamers who are so addicted to gaming have resulted in them neglecting their own children, where in some unfortunate cases babies have died either due to frustration being taken out on them, or because they were not fed. If you think that we would have learnt something from all of this by now, it doesn’t really seem to be the case. Read full post →Man Believes His Video Game Addiction Led To His Divorce


Announced earlier this year at MWC 2017, the BlackBerry KEYone is the company’s latest handset that is meant to appeal to BlackBerry loyalists and fans who miss the company’s QWERTY devices. Unfortunately last month it was reported that the handset’s release would be delayed to early May, but over in the UK customers might have to wait longer. Read full post →BlackBerry KEYone Delayed Further In The UK


Being an admin in a WhatsApp chat is for many not a big deal. Basically it allows you to add or remove people from the group. However over in India, being a WhatsApp admin of a group chat could soon mean more responsibility. In a report from the Economic Times (via CNET), the Indian government wants to make WhatsApp admins more accountable. Read full post →WhatsApp Group Chat Admins Could Get In Trouble Over Fake News