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Apple Watch Can Detect Abnormal Heart Rhythms With 97% Accuracy

03/21/2018, Just like many other fitness bands and smartwatches, the Apple Watch comes with a heart rate tracker built into it. However according to studies done in the past, it has been found that the Apple Watch can actually be used to detect abnormal heart...

Researchers Might Have Found The Best Way To Press A Button

03/21/2018, These days everything just tries to be as sleek as it can be, and in terms of aesthetics, it sure looks pretty good. However what about in terms of feel? That’s actually something that researchers at Aalto University, Finland, and KAIST, South Korea...


Study Finds Prolonged Time In Space Can Change Your DNA [Update]

03/15/2018, Update – Turns out the original report by Business Insider was not completely accurate. According to a statement released by NASA Johnson Space Center News Chief Kelly O. Humphries, “Mark and Scott Kelly are still identical twins. Scott’s DNA...

Study Finds Fake Social Media Accounts Can Be Bad For Your Health

12/22/2017, We all know the effects that fake news spread by fake accounts can have on society, where people get upset over things that did not happen, while others panic over things that were false. However it seems that fake social media accounts can also have a...

The World’s Internet Speeds Have Gotten 30% Faster In 2017

12/16/2017, Our internet speeds have come a very long way from back in the day, where we still had to use dial-up modems to connect to the internet, and where if you accidentally used the phone while the internet was connected, it would drop the connection. In fact...

Report Suggests Consumers Prefer Software Updates Over New Phones

12/10/2017, Say you have a phone that’s about 2-3 years old and you were given the choice of either buying a new phone or just updating the current software to its next major build, which would you choose? According to a report from the New York Post, it seems that...

Study Claims Smartphone Addiction Creates Imbalance In Brains

12/01/2017, Just the term “smartphone addiction” doesn’t sound particularly fun or good, but it seems that apart from the social implications of being addicted to our phones, a recent study has found that smartphone addiction actually does some damage to our...

Laptop Usage In Class Might Not Necessarily Be Better For Students

11/27/2017, With laptops and tablets becoming increasingly common, entering a classroom to find row upon row of students with their laptops or tablets open ready to take notes is becoming a norm. However it seems that despite laptops being potentially more efficient...

Your Google Account Is Most Likely To Be Hijacked Through Phishing

11/12/2017, There are many ways to get hacked on the internet, but it seems that one of the more common ways that people are getting their accounts hacked and taken over is through phishing. This is according to a recent study conducted by Google in an attempt to...

Study: Google’s AI Has The Highest IQ Amongst The Competition

10/06/2017, In computing there is term known as “garbage in, garbage out,” meaning that if you input garbage you should expect results that aren’t ideal as well. However in today’s modern society, technology has progressed to the point where it can anticipate...

Study Finds Apple Music Is Popular Amongst Gen Z And Millennials

09/11/2017, When it comes to music streaming platforms, there are actually quite a lot of choices for users to choose from. However in terms of picking a favorite platform, it seems that one’s age might have a factor to play in that. A recent study conducted by...

The Smartphone Era Is Apparently Creating More Depressed Teens

08/06/2017, Smartphones are meant to make our lives easier, and for the most part they do. They deliver us news, alerts for when our food is cooked, lets us hire rides, send emails, take amazing photos, offer up directions, play music, and so much more. It almost...