Category Archives: Technology

SKEYE Nano 2 FPV Drone Review, Can Drones Get Any Smaller?

There is a strange trend going on with drones these days. Drones are getting larger…and smaller. You have a company like Ehang which was showing off at CES2017 this huge drone, that can carry a passenger – Then you have

Our Dependence on Technology is Shaping the Workforce of Programmers

Will the demand for developers continue to increase over the next decade? originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Ken Mazaika, CTO and co-founder of The

Gene Cernan, Last Man To Walk On The Moon, Has Died

The last man in the world to take one of the most historic jaunts in human history has died. Astronaut Gene Cernan, who walked on the moon in 1972 and ended the astonishing adventure with a message of peace and

Wearables Could Soon Know You’re Sick Before You Do

By Rinku Patel for WIRED. Mike Snyder was learing brush behind his brother’s western Massachusetts house, erecting a fence to keep deer from the blueberries, when the tick bit him. A few days later, on a flight to Norway with

Meet HuffPost Entertainment's New Throwback Sticker Pack on Viber

With reboots of “Charmed” and “Hey Arnold!” in the works, it’s clear that the ‘90s have made a comeback. That’s why we’ve launched a new sticker pack on the messaging app Viber that’s all about the ~throwback~. Whether you want

IHOP's Anti-Hillary Clinton Retweet Makes Customers Blow Their Stack

IHOP has been griddled by customers who took umbrage with an anti-Hillary Clinton retweet that appeared on the pancake chain’s Twitter account over the weekend. The message wished a good morning to everyone ― except those who dispute that the

Redditors Imagine If President Barack Obama Tweeted Like Donald Trump

What *if* President Barack Obama had used the same regularly-offensive and inflammatory tone on Twitter that President-elect Donald Trump does? It’s probably safe to say that the last eight years could have shaped up a whole lot differently. With that

Clever Browser Extension Helps You Find New Library Books — On Amazon

Remember libraries? They’re institutions where you can withdraw books and other media to enjoy at home for a short period (often two weeks) ― for free, unless you forget to return it and incur a small fine. Library borrowing is cheap,

KFC's New Facial Recognition Software Is Troubling For A Few Reasons

KFC just reached finger lickin’ levels of freaky.  The fast food chain recently debuted facial recognition technology at a restaurant in Beijing, China, thanks to a partnership with the Chinese search engine Baidu. A spokesperson for KFC told The Guardian that

70,000 Birds Killed To Clear NYC Flight Paths

Nearly 70,000 birds have been killed in a bid to make flight paths safer for New York City area planes since 2009 — but it doesn’t appear to have reduced bird strikes. The slaughter was triggered by the accident eight