The more technology has progressed with apps, mobile devices, etc., it seems less and less coding is required. Do you think it’s still important for kids to learn coding?
What if there was a way to add electronics to your food and your drugs? Interestingly, they have already figured out how to do it.
Apple finally got around to adding a bezelless display to the iPhone last fall and added “the notch.” Many people find it ugly; however, it’s suddenly become the new trend in smartphones. Why is that?
What if no matter what device you were on all of your information and accounts always had a way of finding you? Sounds great, doesn’t it? There are already virtual PCs that exist solely in the cloud.
Fast Company has decided Apple is the World’s Most Innovative Company for 2018, and that’s thanks to AirPods, ARKit, and iPhone X, We asked some of our writers, “Do you think Apple can still be considered the most innovative?”
An employee of Google sold his old iMac on Craigslist only to find that the Find My iPhone feature was still tracking it three years later despite being erased and having a clean install. What can you do to be sure this doesn’t happen to you?
Social media is coming under fire for the existence of impostor accounts by not enforcing their own rules and just letting these accounts hang on.
Bluetooth keyboards have given us a lot of freedom, but a new wearable Bluetooth keyboard by Tap Systems is available that will eliminate the need to touch physical keys.
The more robots are deployed with automation, the more people end up getting pushed out. But is that really how it works? We asked our writers, “Do you think robots are the cause of unemployment?”
Looking for a Calendar app that can help you with planning events and meetings? With Calio, you can do it all within the app.
Google has developed an AI algorithm that can determine cardiovascular health and risk of heart disease, and this Google algorithm works all by examining your eyes.
Another implement is knocking on the technology door, and it’s threatening the livelihood of the mouse, and that appears to be Microsoft’s very intention. Can the stylus completely eliminate the need for a mouse?
The world is always searching for new and different energy sources and continually finds interesting options. Engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have found a cheap new source in a thermal resonator.
We’ve been besieged by fake news as of late. But is there a way to fix it? Could A.I. become grand solution to fix the problem of identifying fake news?
There’s been an ongoing situation between the government and Apple on whether or not the creators of the iPhone should be forced to unlock phones when it might help them solve a crime. Bill Gates recently added his thoughts on the controversy.
One of the biggest trends right now in technology seems to be smart speakers. Do you think smart speakers can be trusted?
The Equifax hack was very frightening to many people, and not just Equifax users. And now the news has gotten even worse.
Google is going to make it easier for us to find out which pages are secure. All unencrypted pages in Chrome that are not HTTPS will be marked as “not secure.”
Those ads that match our search history are what are known as targeted ads. They use means to find out what you’re interested in to match the ads to you. We asked our writers, “Do you prefer to see targeted ads online?”
Apple’s newest device, the HomePod will read your text messages out loud … but it will read them to anyone and not just you.