In the not-so-distant past, we were saying how good 1080p monitor was, and now 4K resolution display is the trend. Do we really need 4K resolution?
Facebook was never involved in virtual reality, but with its acquisition of Oculus. What impact with this has on virtual reality’s future?
If one country could ban a website from its borders, what prevents other countries from doing the same? Can Internet regulation ever be good?
Do you know that you can easily compress your high-res images to smaller size without affecting its image quality? Here’s how image compression works.
Some countries carry out Internet censorship and block their citizens from entering websites. How do they do this? Here’s the answer.
Windows XP has been a great OS, but it won’t be supported any more this coming April. Here is what you can do after Windows XP end of support by Microsoft.
It is important to protect yourself from phishing attacks, whether executed by a hacker or NSA. Here’s what you need to know about phishing attacks.
For the first time in history, a smartphone comes with a fingerprint authentication technology. It’s a good a time now to answer some questions about it.
The governments have been using various measures to get hold of our information. So, have we left the era of privacy behind us?
Samsung came out with a new operating system for mobile devices, called Tizen. What makes Tizen any different? Will it be a threat to Android? Let check it out.
One proposition that security experts made recently was to use short sentences as passwords, rather than a complicated string of characters. Let’s see if this is a more secure method.
Everyone seems to get crazy about standing desks again. Is it really good and should you get one? Let’s discuss it.
As mobile technology becomes more advanced, there are more demand to push the processing power even further. Let’s discuss how the future of processing power will look like.
You’ve probably heard on the news something about ICANN and its “cozy relationship with the United States.” So how does that affect both you and me?
When Google Glass was announced, it was received mostly as some sort of novelty. However, a little bit of imagination can help make it a useful tool.
Even before Apple releases a phone, people often know the buzz before it reaches the market. Here are some rumors on what iPhone 6 might look like and work.
Bluetooth speaker is one of the hottest accessories this year. However, before you go and get one, there are a few things you should know.
Companies like AT&T and Verizon are fiddling with the idea of replacing phone numbers with IP addresses. Here are 3 reasons why we think it will fail.
There’s much more to your SIM card than what you think. You’ll discover that these little gold-plated pieces of plastic is more intriguing than you thought!
Is Google planning to take AI into scary heights, or is it just going to keep making our lives more convenient? Let’s explore the possibilities.
After many years of success, it seems that Facebook has recently taken a turn downwards, with many people having complaints about practices it’s been engaging in.
We’re seeing breakthrough in virtual reality, exposing us to environments we’ve never experienced before. Will this technology fly, or die before arrival?
Have you been waiting long for LTE to arrive in your region? Here are some of the reasons why your country might not be adopting LTE as quickly as you may have hoped.
Curved TVs may sound like another gimmick, but there seems to be more to it. What advantages could we get from having such displays? Let’s check it out.
Motorola and ZTE both announced that they will be developing phones with interchangeable parts. Will modular smartphones become a force to be reckoned with, or end up a novelty that won’t make it very far?
People have been fantasizing about homes that can do everything on its own. While it may sound great, there are things you need to know about smart homes.
The year 2013 has come to an end, and 2014 is upon us. It is now time to look forward and see what kinds of new gadgets and gizmos we’ll see in our near future.
Windows phone will still be here to stay in 2014. As 2014 approaches, it’s a good a time as any to assess Microsoft’s success with mobile platforms.
Yota Devices presented a phone with two screens – one on the back, and one on the front. Let’s take a look at whether multi-screen phones are what we need.
Smart watches may be the newest gadget in the market, that doesn’t mean you should get it right away, at least not until the technology has become more viable.
Online chat rooms is never considered a secure place. That is what the BitTorrent Chat hopes to solve for the world of chat. Find out more here.
Getting technical support is supposed to be easy, but sometimes we just make it more complicated. Here are things you should do to avoid getting stuck in support limbo.
Passwords have been with us for a long time, but who says we have to use passwords for everything? You’ll be surprised to find several viable alternatives.
Domino’s UK delivered two pizzas using a drone. Amazon also announced plans to use drone delivery for light packages. How will drone’s future looks like?
Angry that your panoramic picture doesn’t turn out well as you expected? Here are a few steps that I use to create beautiful panoramic pictures.
We keep all our personal data on our smartphones, but are you doing enough to protect your mobile phone from snoopers? How do you protect your privacy?
When 3D printing first came out, no one knows whether it is a fad or is here to stay. The general consensus, though, is that 3D printing is here to stay.
As tablets become more affordable, you might be thinking whether the PC is still going to be relevant in the coming years or not. Let us examine this idea and explore some possibilities of the coming market.
Most people don’t understand what an Internet protocol is. Check this article out to find out more about protocols and how it have changed the internet.
Mouse, trackball and touch pad, they all serve a purpose and that made them difficult to choose. Which one’s better? Let’s explore this!
Google Glass can be an abled assistant to the wearer, but have you considered the safety concern and security implication? Let us discuss it here.
What is SSD caching? How does it work? How can you enable this? These are all questions you’ll find the answer to in this piece.
While a CPU comes with its own fan, there are aftermarket fans that cost from $10 to $100. Are these fancy CPU cooler really necessary, and what are they good for?
While building a gaming computer, many people have the wrong perception of the importance of PC gaming hardware choices. Let’s explore a few of these problems.
Android 4.4 took the world with its new set of features and promising performance improvements. But is this new OS really worth getting a new phone for? Let’s take a look!
You’re probably wondering why your ISP is not switching to fiber optics and providing faster connection speed. We will take a detail look at the situation and answer all of these questions in a way that’s easy to understand!.
What if someone else had enough information about you from the web to become you? What can you do to prevent identity theft? We’re here to help you out.
A fake piece of software will do everything it can to convince you that it’s real. This is particularly true for a fake antivirus program. How can you detect this?
People now have the option to buy a smartphone that has a whopping 6.3-inch screen size. Have we gone too far, or are we seeing a new era of consumer choices?
Do you own an expensive laptop? You will probably want to avoid these laptop killing practices. They will apply for smartphones and tablet as well.