Apple’s CEO Wants The Company To Be Remembered For Their Contribution To Health Care
When you think of Apple, what do you associate the company with? Depending on who you ask, the answer could be computers, smartphones, tablets, the iPod, and so on, but apparently that’s not necessarily the legacy that Apple’s CEO Tim Cook wants for the company. Instead, it seems that Cook is hoping that Apple’s legacy will be a more lofty one: health care.

Google Launches New Shopping Portal That Shows You What Everyone Else Is Buying
The holiday season is upon us and if you have yet to buy Christmas presents for yourself and/or your loved ones, Google is here to help. The company has launched a new shopping portal that will show users what’s trending when it comes to shopping, giving you an idea of some of the more popular purchases that are being searched for and made.

NASA Builds Its Most Powerful Rocket To Date
Come 2024, NASA has plans to send astronauts to the moon as part of the organization’s Artemis project. To do so, NASA is building a rocket as part of its Space Launch System which they have recently shown off where they are calling it the most powerful rocket ever built. According to NASA, they claim that this rocket will be able to pack a multitude of things including Orion, astronauts, […]

Gmail Now Lets You Send Emails As Attachments
Have you ever needed to quote an email to someone who might not have been part of the original thread? The only way you could do it is to forward them the original emails, or copy and paste it into the new email, but it’s not exactly the most elegant solution and people just end up with forwarded copies of emails.

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Apple’s Safari Found To Be Doing A Great Job Of Preventing Tracking
While Safari might not necessarily be the most feature-rich browser, one of the things the company has done right is through a feature known as Intelligent Tracking Prevention, in which it would block cookies on the web from tracking users across multiple websites which in turn prevents advertisers from building a profile about you.

This LEGO Sorter Uses A Neural Network To Sort Every Single Piece
Many of us grew up with LEGO and there is a good chance that many of us are still collecting LEGO even up till today. This means that by now, chances are you would have built up quite a collection of various LEGO pieces. Unless you’re the type of person that would organize their collection by sorting out the pieces by size, color, and/or type, chances are you probably have […]

Snapchat’s Cameo Feature Lets You Insert Your Face Into GIFs
It’s not that difficult to turn photos into animated GIFs, but if you’ve ever wanted to be inserted into an existing GIF, well, that would be kind of tricky. However, Snapchat has you covered as the company seems to be testing out a new feature called Cameo that would basically insert your face into a GIF.

These Coca-Cola Bottles Have Light-Up Lightsabers Built Into Them
The final installment in the latest Star Wars trilogy is about to launch later this month, and as expected, the marketing machine is going into a frenzy where we’re seeing all kinds of advertising and merchandise being produced for it. However, one of the coolest merch that we’ve seen lately comes from Coca-Cola.

Upcoming Google Maps Feature Could Highlight Brightly Lit Streets
When it’s late at night and you’re walking home, it’s generally a good idea to keep to areas where it is brightly lit, as opposed to maybe trying to take a shortcut that might involve you walking down some dark and sketchy roads. However, what if you’re unfamiliar to the area? How do you know which roads to take?

You Might Soon Be Able To Play Pokemon GO On Augmented Reality Glasses
The concept of augmented reality gaming isn’t really all that new, but admittedly it took off in a huge way when Niantic launched Pokemon GO. We imagine that the popularity of the Pokemon franchise probably played a big role in helping the game achieve its success, but regardless, it did help take AR gaming to the mainstream.

Facebook’s Filters Tried To Censor The Mac G4 For Being ‘Overtly Sexual’
Thanks to algorithms and filters, companies such as Facebook can manage content uploaded to its platform without necessarily needing human intervention. However, as with all things, it is not 100% accurate or reliable. In fact, recently there was a hilarious report of how Facebook’s filters had attempted to censor the photo of a Mac G4 computer for apparently being “overtly sexual”.

Disgruntled Customer Arrested After Making 24,000 Calls To His Carrier To Complain
We’ve all made calls to our carriers to complain about poor service, being wrongly charged for services, and so on. Usually, it’s a good sign that things are going well if we rarely have to make these calls, but for one 71-year old man in Japan, it seems that there was nothing his carrier could do to make him happy.

Three Houses Caught On Fire, Fake Mobile Phone Charger To Blame
While many smartphone companies might not agree on design, specs, software, and features, there is one thing that they can agree on and that is using official (or officially licensed) accessories. We have heard of many stories in the past about how using an unofficial accessory could result in death or fire, and it looks like we have another story to add to that list.

These Guys Just Drove Across The Country In 27 Hours
The US is a huge country and as such, driving across it would take a long time. In fact, it has been estimated that if you were to spend 8 hours a day driving, an entire trip from the coast to coast would take anywhere between 4-6 days. However, three guys – Arne Toman, Douglas Tabbutt and Berkeley Chadwick – have managed to achieve that in a potentially new record […]