This dude went ahead and built a Jaeger from Pacific Rim called the Brooklyn Typhoon.Read More »
After a series of requests from the Food and Drug Administration to comply with research standards and a letter to cease and desist testing, 23andMe has finally complied, sort of. The company which offered home genetic testing has stopped offering …Read More »
Kaveh Kamooneh was arrested in Georgia and kept for 15 hours after he “stole” 5 cents worth of electricity from the Chamblee Middle School.
Kamooneh had parked his Nissan Leaf and was charging it at a nearby outlet while watching …Read More »
Applebee’s has reported a plan to purchase 100,000 tablets for 1,800 of its US locations and using them to allow customers to order without having to actually talk to someone.
They plan on buying their tablets from Presto, who specialize …Read More »
These days, drones are being used for everything, even for smuggling contraband into a prison. In the past, only the military had drones, but now, anyone can just walk into a store and purchase one of these bad boys. They …Read More »
As a follow-up to a year long study on mobile device privacy standards, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is going to scrutinize the use of facial recognition software and the effect it will have on privacy. This comes …Read More »
On Friday, the Grand Canyon was engulfed in a breathtaking river of clouds. It’s something we have never seen before and might not see again, a true once in a lifetime event. Apparently this event is caused my something called …Read More »
Finally, after a few months and a tremendous effort to fix the Affordable Health Care Act’s website, it seems that it is finally running smoothly, for the most part.
The debacle over the HealthCare.gov website and how many problems it …Read More »
Earlier this year Apple was found guilty of fixing prices on ebooks. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote determined that the company needed to be monitored for the next two years to make sure they didn’t revert to their old ways. …Read More »
The US government is being ordered to pay $50 million to Apptricity for violating a licensing agreement and spreading Apptricity’s software among its military ranks without actually paying for it.
The software, which tracks supplies and troops, was authorized for …Read More »
The fight for equal rates is over, for now anyway. Pandora, one of the most well-known online music streaming sties, has given up its quest to get congress to pass a law that would put them on more equal footing …Read More »
Healthcare.gov website is practically a huge disaster for the Obama administration, and with only three days left to fix all the kinks, it appears things might not turn out well before the final day. Apparently, the website is moving to …Read More »
With the advancement of technology and social media, privacy is becoming more and more of a concern. Vint Cerf, one of the fathers of the internet, believes that privacy is something that will be harder and harder to maintain. As …Read More »
Not many companies can take on a full grown troll and live to tell the tale. Newegg has just discovered this, after a Texas jury ordered them to pay $2.3 million in damages in a lawsuit that was over a …Read More »
At the moment, the United States of America is ranked #31 as far as internet download speed goes. This ranking is made by Speetest.net, and is reported in their most recent update of the index.
The site marked how it …Read More »
This is a good look. Good enough to grace your background. Do it, now!Read More »
Bad news for the Google-backed genome start up 23andMe, the Federal Drug Administration has officially shut them down by telling them they can’t sell the one product they make. The FDA’s problem, after six years of operation 23andMe hasn’t completed …Read More »
Just because it can be done, doesn’t mean it should be done. At least that is what the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) chairman is saying now. Last week, Tom Wheeler announced a proposal that would lift the FCC ban on …Read More »
iPhones are really the pinnacle of innovation and technology. iPhones love people and people love them back, but among those people comes a section of people who use iPhones for not so very legal means.
According to NYPD, there were …Read More »
The “tag and fight” keeps on going between Apple and Samsung. Sometimes competition goes far higher than just markets, such as courtrooms. In the latest series of “Apple versus Samsung” in the “courtroom arena,” pun intended, Samsung has to pay …Read More »
Verizon has a new option for those who like to use their mobile devices away from Wi-Fi and still want faster speeds. Now you can get a prepaid plan that allows you to use up to 300MB a day. It …Read More »
The legal drama over patent infringement and how much Samsung owes Apple plays on. Samsung asked for a mistrial in the most recent case, a retrial of last year’s patent infringement battle, because of a remark made by Apple’s lead …Read More »
A PS4 is more important than a house. Yep, I agree.Read More »
The Electronic Privacy Information Center’s (EPIC) case against the NSA was not brought before the Supreme Court like they had hoped. In a shocking — or maybe not so shocking — move, the high court declined to hear the case …Read More »