Companies Struggle to Find Workers in U.S. With Basic Math Skills

Having spent time in several Asian countries over the years, I have learned a lot about why students from these countries excel in mathematics and related technical fields.

Hacktivists Lizard Squad hit the games universe online

DDoS attacks on PSN, Twitch and Tumblr as well as many others.

Gmail wasn't the only thing hacked by researchers; it's bigger than that

The researchers who hacked into Gmail on Android were able to show that apps can interfere with each other and that's the really scary part.

3D printing hype gets dampened down by research

Gartner says that the future of 3D printing is further off than the hype suggests. The mainstream will have to wait.

NAB sues FCC over spectrum auctions

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has filed a suit against the FCC over the proposed spectrum auction slated for mid-2015.
TMZ gets pictures of the iPhone and ticks off the tech press

The iPhone 6: a new kind of Kardashian

TMZ, which usually spends its time unearthing celebrity gossip and misdeeds, just make a reality star out of the iPhone 6.
SMS Audio BioSport headphones by 50 Cent

SMS audio headphones: did Intel just buy into an irrelevant brand?

At CES this year Intel showed off a set of headphones that could measure your heartbeat. Now, it is taking them to rapper 50 Cent (Curtis Jackson).
Apple factories to stop using benzene and n-hexane in final assembly of products such as the iPhone

Apple bans harmful chemicals from use in iPhone manufacturing

Benzene and n-hexane are as nasty as they sound and are believed to cause cancer and even nerve damage.

"Don't be sexist!" OnePlus competition invites guys to rate women's attractiveness, in exchange for free t-shirts

Mobile startup OnePlus has been causing quite a stir in tech circles over the past few months, but the company's latest activities are anything but positive.

eBay goes down for 10th worldwide collapse in a year

eBay went down in the UK and it seems like it is a part of a disturbing trend for the site.

Partially sighted people may be able to buy smartglasses by 2016

In June of this year, Oxford University unvelied the invention. The specs have won $750,000 of funding through the Google Impact Challenge, which could speed up delivery of the devices to stores.

Google wants https more than http

Google will prioritise websites that use encryption in its search rankings to encourage more sites to improve their security settings.

Sony to launch curved 4K Bravia S90 TV at IFA

Sony has announced that it will launch its first curved 4K TV at the IFA trade event in Berlin next month.

Parents ignoring teens: driving drunk and texting

A report by Liberty Mutual Holding, an insurance company, says that, ironically, US parents are ignoring their teenage children when it comes to some serious stuff like not dying while driving.

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