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Netflix To Double Original Programming In 2016

12/07/2015, Netflix seems to be on a roll with its original programming. The video streaming service has released hit show after hit show and if you can’t wait to see what Netflix has up their sleeves, it seems that come 2016 you might have more shows than you...

FCC Defends Net Neutrality Rules Before U.S. Appeals Court

12/07/2015, Arguments were heard by a U.S. appeals court today pertaining to the matter of FCC’s net neutrality rules, those who are against it have called for the rules to be declared illegal, and hence the arguments on the very legality of these rules. The...

Woman Leaves Scene Of Accident, Car Calls The Cops On Her

12/07/2015, A woman in Florida was arrested after 911 received a rather unusual call, it wasn’t made by the driver, it was the car that called the cops on the woman who was driving the vehicle. She allegedly hit a truck and then a van before fleeing the scene,...


Air Pollution Forces Beijing To Issue First Ever Red Alert

12/07/2015, The world is already struggling to combat pollution to control the menace of climate change, in China air pollution is quite a big problem, one that has forced Beijing to issue its first ever red alert because things are just so bad. The red alert means...

Twitter Improves Photo Sharing Experience

12/07/2015, Twitter is a great source for real-time news and photo sharing is a big part of that, even users themselves share photos via Twitter, so it’s an integral part of the Twitter experience now. The microblogging network today announced that it’s...

Hubble Telescope Spots A Galaxy Far, Far Away

12/07/2015, The Hubble and Spitzer have done a tremendous job so far of spotting distant objects in space that have captured our imagination for years, this time around the Hubble has outdone itself. Aided by gravitational lensing the telescope has spotted a galaxy...

BBC Experimenting With Movies That Adapt To Viewers

12/07/2015, The BBC is working on a new research project called Visual Perceptive Media, it’s experimenting with movies that will adapt to the viewer, meaning that elements in the movie like sound and even shots will be different based on who is watching. All...

Ubisoft Delays The Division Beta

12/07/2015, Back in May this year Ubisoft had some bad news for folks who had been waiting to get their hands on the upcoming title Tom Clancy’s The Division. This game was first announced at E3 2013 and even though multiple teams are working on the project it...

The Grasslamp Puts A Lamp And A Garden Onto Your Desk

12/07/2015, You might not realize this but putting a potted plant or a flower on your desk or in your office can change the tone and the mood of the room completely. However sometimes  these plants and flowers might require more effort to take care of than we would...

French Police Wants To Ban Tor And Public WiFi

12/07/2015, It has been several weeks since the terrorist attacks in Paris left 130 people dead and more than 300 injured, but it is still fresh in the minds of many around the world. So what can France do to help curb these attacks? According to a report from French...

New England Patriots Practice Session Filmed In Virtual Reality

12/06/2015, We know a lot of you out there love football. You guys love watching it and some of you love playing it, but how many of us can actually say that we have gone professional while playing it? Not many, right? The good news is that if you’ve always wanted...

Spider-Man Likely To Feature In Captain America: Civil War

12/06/2015, Marvel’s deal with Sony took a lot of us by surprise earlier this year when it was confirmed that Spider-Man will feature in one of its titles first before a full-fledged movie is released in July 2017. This meant that Spidey could either feature in...