There’s certainly no denying how the production market is one having a massive effect all throughout the USA and outside, to the planet as a whole. Nonetheless, it’s that the
Comcast’s New Data Caps are ‘Low Enough to Punish Streaming’?
Comcast, a wireless cable network known largely for their cable providers, hit a milestone this year: its number of Internet customers has well exceeded its cable purchasers. In its third
Microsoft Looks to Take Advantage of Fitness Wearables Trend
Over the last few years, one of the biggest trends in technology has been the rise of fitness wearables — devices that track the wearer’s activity and overall physical fitness.
Alarming Study Reveals Password Problems in Home Automation Systems
A burgeoning portion of what is referred to as the “Internet of things” is the home automation market, but an alarming new study could quash its growth — or at
Can Science Cure Hearing Loss?
Hearing loss affects an estimated 325 million people worldwide. According to a study by Johns Hopkins University, people with untreated hearing loss are at twice the risk of developing Alzheimer’s
How Facebook is Becoming Even More Technologically Self-Sufficient
In a move to become even more self-reliant with its technology and infrastructure, Facebook has announced it is now running on computer networking equipment that was completely designed by its
Calamari Camouflage? Cephalopods Inspire Bio-tech Camo
Members of the military, hunters, and outdoor enthusiasts have long used camouflage clothing and gear in an effort to seamlessly blend in with their surroundings. Though the most popular and
Subway Offers Mobile Payment Option to all Locations in United States
Jared Fogle, better known as the Subway Guy, became a household name, and a spokesperson for the sandwich chain, in the early 2000s, after losing a substantial amount of weight
Google Takes Another Crack at the Smart TV
During Google’s I/O keynote last week, the tech industry mammoth not only announced the new Android TV, but also made the companion app available on the Play Store, though the entertainment
By 2015, the U.S. Will See Widespread Adaption of EMV Credit Card Chip Technology
Brace yourselves — credit cards are in for a change. By the end of 2015, 41% of U.S. debit cards, and 70% of U.S. credit cards will be embedded with security