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

From VR, to AR and Holography: The Emergence of Magic

Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and holography can create a gateway to a new magical world.

Spectre, what do the critics think

The 24th Bond installment goes back to its action roots but it can not top Skyfall

Will Blackberry throw in the towel?

Blackberry's "Priv" might be their last phone.

The App Developer Millionaires Index

There is still money to made in apps

CHIP, a nine dollar computer with impressing specs

A little computer with a big punch, the best thing after Raspberry Pi.

A new artificial fingertip could revolutionize robotic skin

Researchers have developed an electronic skin that can even hear.

The perfection of Headphones

A set of headphones the price of a car, they must be good.

The million dollar iOS 9 hack

Anybody can have the iOS hack, exclusively, if they pay enough.

RF Capture, a new method for looking through walls

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a method to detect human motion behind a wall using wireless signals.