Why Android is a blessing

How would have smartphones developed if Android hadn't shown up?

The Mobile DDoS Epidemic: How Your Phone Could Help Bring Down a Website

There are certain types of people that simply see opportunity everywhere.

Are Tech Shares Set To Thrive In 2016?

It’s often at this time of the year when our finances shoot to the forefront. Once Christmas is out of the way we need to set in place the foundations for a more prosperous year ahead – eyeing up the ways to make the most from our money.

New Batman v Superman Trailer

It's still 2015 and we have pretty much got all the major plot points.

Lionel Richie Can Out-Hello Adele Any Day

Smackdown video shows who owns the word "Hello."

EMC/Dell Merger FUD Kryptonite

The end result should be the most customer focused technology company at scale that has ever existed.

Henry Cavill Makes Ben Affleck Scared

You know that Superman would kick Batman's butt to another dimension so why drag it out for two and a half hours?

Procrastination and Work: Your Favorite Couple

You might want to read this later.

Fighting Age: The Next Great Exercise Trend

Most people workout for vanity's sake but shouldn't we be focused on defying aging?

Who owns space resources?

Space is where the money is, but who will issue the ownership deeds?

The $200 NVIDIA Shield Tablet: Damn I Love A Value

One of the more interesting products that came out this year was the NVIDIA Shield Tablet

Triple 9: Dirty Cops and the Russian Mob

Sometimes a trailer for movie just pops out at you. This one has hoping the movie lives up to the anticipation.

Is aggression crucial for the evolution of intelligence, and is Skynet inevitable?

Some Scientists believe that our intelligence is due to competition and that competition causes aggression. There is the fear that artificial intelligence will take the same natural course.

Qualcomm: The 2016 Generation Of Supercharged Smartphones & Tablets

This week was Qualcomm’s update on the Snapdragon 820 shipping now in volume and going into the next generation of Smartphones and some tablets for 2016.

A Brief History of High Resolution

With the consumer market still digesting 4K TVs, Sharp has already taken high-resolution technology to the next level by releasing the world's first 8K TV this fall.

San Francisco's war against Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley's rich employees are the unwelcome refugees to San Francisco