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Try Firefox OS On Android Via An App

11/11/2015, Mozilla has created an operating system that’s primarily aimed at low-end devices and chances are you can’t walk into a local carrier store and pick up a handset powered by Firefox OS. If you’ve been curious about the operating system...

Alibaba’s Singles Day Brings In $5 Billion In 90 Minutes

11/11/2015, For those who are living in the Western world, Alibaba might not necessarily be a company you might have heard of, or if you did, it might have only been in passing. Instead you might be more familiar with companies like Amazon, Google, Apple, and etc....

Biohackers Implant LED Lights Under Their Skin

11/10/2015, Body modifications come in many different forms, with piercings and tattoos being the more common ones that you see these days. However with the advancement in technology, it has led to the rise of biohacking which according to its definition is “the...


Self-Folding Origami Paper

11/10/2015, We do have a slew of smart stuff around us, ranging from smartphones to smart cars and I suppose, smart homes. How about smart paper? No, such paper will not be able to correct your handwriting from the get go, but rather, this smart paper is actually...

Second Official Jessica Jones Trailer Released By Netflix

11/10/2015, The partnership between Netflix and Marvel is going to bring us some great content over the years, we’ve already seen Daredevil earlier this year, and now the anticipation grows for Jessica Jones. Netflix has been developing the original series on...

L.A. Gets Local Restaurant Delivery Via Amazon Prime Now

11/10/2015, Amazon has announced today that Amazon Prime Now, its one hour delivery service, can now be used in Los Angeles for food delivery from local restaurants. Amazon Prime Now users in the city of angels can use the service to get food delivered from their...

Sony’s Betamax Format Is Finally Dead

11/10/2015, There are many formats around at the moment, many of which are vying to become the industry standard. Back in the day, Sony’s Betamax was trying to gain dominance by going up against VHS, and for anyone who’s ever rented a video tape, you know that...

Mount St. Helens Enthroned On Magma Sea

11/09/2015, It seems that there is more than meets the eye where Mount St. Helens is concerned, as this famous volcano that made news headlines in 1980 due to an eruption, in addition to a reawakening in the mid-00s, has something interesting going on underneath the...

Google To Bring VR Kits To Schools In 15 More Cities

11/09/2015, Virtual reality is technology for everyone, which is why Google has recently announced that they would be expanding their Expeditions Pioneer Program. For those unfamiliar, basically this is an initiative by Google in which it will see the company...

Texas Utility Providing Customers With Free Electricity At Night

11/09/2015, Texas has more wind power installations than any other states in the U.S., they actually account for close to ten percent of the state’s total electricity generation, and this has enabled utilities to offer something truly amazing to their...

Google’s TensorFlow Machine Learning System Is Now Open Source

11/09/2015, TensorFlow is a machine learning system that powers services like Google Photos, Google Translates and serves as the backbone of features such as search and Smart Reply. The company uses TensorFlow to improve its products by training its neural networks...

China Tightens Grip Over Online Music In The Country

11/09/2015, China has a massive population which is why companies like Apple are eager to break into the Chinese market. It is why many companies are also starting to turn towards China where the markets are still developing, versus the Western markets in which the...

JFK’s Limo License Plate Auctioned Off For $100,000

11/08/2015, President John F. Kennedy was the 35th President of the United States and it has been more than half a century ago when he was assassinated. Despite it being so long ago, the case still holds a lot of mystery and conspiracy as well as interest to people...

FCC Not Forcing Websites To Enforce “Do Not Track”

11/08/2015, Everyone values their privacy, that’s for sure, which is why there are features such as “Do Not Track” built into browsers. This basically supposedly prevents websites from being able to track your activities, a great feature if you’d rather not...