World’s Biggest Airplane Takes Off For The First Time

Stratolaunch, a rocket launch company, has been working on the world’s largest airplane (by wingspan) for quite some time now. The airplane took off for the very first time on Saturday morning. With a 385 foot wingspan, the behemoth weighs 500,000 pounds and certainly dwarfs even the biggest passenger jets like the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 747. It lifted off for the first time from the Mojave Air and […]


Disney Will Take A Break From Star Wars Movies After Episode IX

For the past few years, Disney has been bombarding fans with a new Star Wars movie on an annual basis. So far we’ve seen the release of Episode VII, Episode VIII, Rogue One, Solo, and later this year, we can also look forward to Episode IX which will conclude the current Star Wars trilogy of movies.


Amazon Has Thousands Of Workers Listening To What You Tell Alexa

The concept of a smart speaker is good, but in reality, there are some legitimate concerns that some have, such as whether or not companies are listening to you and recording what you tell your device. If you are one of those people with such concerns, then you might want to rethink whether or not it might be a good idea to keep a smart speaker in your home.


Windows 10 Will No Longer Require You To ‘Safely Remove’ USB Drives

If you’ve ever plugged a USB flash drive into Windows before and unplugged it, you might have gotten the warning message that you should probably use the “Safely remove” feature to eject your hard drive. This is due to concerns that removing it suddenly could somehow corrupt the data or cause errors as the drive could still be in use.


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New Powerful Spyware Discovered That Targets iPhone Users

Due to Android being more open and how apps can be easily installed outside of the Google Play Store, it’s not uncommon to hear about people running into issues with malware. But to assume that the iPhone is safer would be wrong. In fact, more recently, researchers mobile security firm Lookout have discovered a new and powerful spyware that is aimed at iPhone users.


Researchers Create ‘Metallic Wood’ That’s As Strong As Titanium

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, and the University of Cambridge have created a material that they call “metallic wood.” It’s said to be as strong as titanium while being light enough that it can float in water. Only a small amount of this material can be produced at a time right now but if the manufacturing process is capable of being scaled up, […]


Hidden Camera Found In An Airbnb After Guest Scans Wi-Fi Network

Airbnb is a great service for those looking to rent a spare room in an apartment or even an entire apartment or house for a short period of time. Many travelers use it regularly if they don’t prefer staying at a hotel or if they just find a cheaper option. It turned out to be a bad option in this instance for Airbnb user Andrew Barker who found a hidden […]


Civilian On Observation Ride Accidentally Ejected From Fighter Jet

It takes an intense amount of rigorous training before a pilot is allowed to fly a fighter jet on their own. These are very expensive planes which are also complicated to fly so only the best get the opportunity to do so. Pilots also have to eject sometimes when things go wrong and they’re trained for that eventualities as well. Civilians aren’t, though, so you can imagine the horror of […]


Three OLED iPhones Coming In 2020 With New Screen Sizes

For the past couple of years, Apple has chosen to release three new iPhones with a mixture of OLED and LCD screens. However, come 2020, Apple could change that and instead launch three new iPhones, all of which will be using an OLED display. This is based on a report from DigiTimes (via 9to5Mac) who cites sources from the supply chain.


Researchers Trick Tesla’s Autopilot Using Nothing But Stickers On The Ground

One of the features of Tesla cars would be its Autopilot feature where it is more of an enhanced cruise control feature that also has the ability for the car to steer itself, meaning that it can be used on curved roads where the sensors on the car would allow it to continue to remain in its lane without driver input.


Tesla’s Sentry Mode Records Woman Keying A Model 3

If you are the sort of person who gets attached to their car then coming out one fine day to find out that someone keyed it can be the absolute worst. A video captured by Tesla’s Sentry Mode is making the rounds online which shows a woman keying a Tesla Model 3. The company recently introduced this feature which allows the car to capture 360 degree using the integrated cameras.


Man Behind Fatal Call Of Duty ‘Swatting’ Sentenced To 20 Years In Jail

A couple of years ago, a dispute between Call of Duty players resulted in one of them “swatting” the other, which unfortunately resulted in a man being killed. The person behind the call, Tyler Barriss, has since been sentenced to 20 years in jail for making false emergency calls to authorities.


Apple Has Officially Cancelled The AirPower

In what feels like an early April Fool’s joke, it seems that Apple has cancelled its upcoming AirPower wireless charging mat. Unfortunately, for those who were looking forward to it, it is no joke as the company has since officially confirmed that they have cancelled the production of the accessory.


Hacker Discovers Tesla’s Autopilot Hidden Red Light Mode

Tesla’s Autopilot mode almost makes the car feel like a self-driving car, where it is capable of staying in its lane and also being able to avoid obstacles. The good news for Tesla owners is that it looks like Autopilot is about to get a pretty huge upgrade in the form of a red light mode where the car could stop at a red light by itself.