Technology

  • by Andy Meek
    It's one of the most iconic scenes of the original Matrix film, released back in 1999. That moment when Morpheus, in his low and calming voice, holds out both of his hands, palms open. In one, a red pill. The other, a blue pill. Mr. Anderson, who we'll come to know as Neo, is given […]
  • by Mike Wehner
    If you were to list the creatures that scare you today, turtles probably wouldn't be near the top of the list. Sure, a snapping turtle can destroy a finger or two, but generally speaking, turtles are pretty chill. If you happened to be hanging out in South America five to ten million years ago, however, […]
  • by Chris Smith
    The coronavirus is a real concern right now, especially if you happen to live in a heavily-populated area and worry about potential infections. The new virus has the same symptoms as the flu and has to be diagnosed using special tests, which means anyone could be infected. Again, that's if you live in a region […]
  • by Yoni Heisler
    With scientists and researchers still working hard to stop the spread of the coronavirus, the epidemic is having a tangible impact on manufacturing in China. While some companies have been actively looking to shift manufacturing resources to Taiwan, overall production across a range of products is expected to take a hit. As it pertains to […]
  • by Mike Wehner
    Boston Dynamics has been striking fear into the hearts of the general public for years now. The company's robotic creations are incredible, and sometimes a little bit scary, but generally speaking, they're just really, really impressive pieces of technology. In the newest episode of Tested, hosted by Adam Savage, the former Mythbuster turns one of […]
  • by Andy Meek
    It's probably fitting that I've already had to fend off one robocall while typing this. "This," being the following news — if you're reading these words, then statistically you're probably one of the millions of Americans bombarded with robocalls and spam calls each year, something that usually elicits a quick hang-up or a tap of […]
  • by Yoni Heisler
    Google late last week released a beta version of Chrome 81 for Android, Chrome OS, Linux, macOS, and Windows. Google's latest Chrome update isn't necessarily a must-have just yet, but the update does include a few new APIs which will ultimately provide developers with avenues to bring users a host of new and interesting features. […]
  • by Chris Smith
    The first wave of 2020 flagship Android phones is here, with the Galaxy S20 and Xiaomi Mi 10 being the first phones to rock Qualcomm’s brand new Snapdragon 865 processor, which comes with built-in 5G connectivity. These phones also feature insane specs when it comes to RAM and storage, with the 16GB/512GB Galaxy S20 Ultra […]