EU Accuses Google of Abusing its Android Dominance 

Google made about $11 billion from ad sales on Android phones with Google apps in 2015.

Everything You Need To Know About Virtual Servers For Your Business

As opposed to dedicated servers, where you have exclusive access to resources, a virtual private server (VPS) shares hardware and software resources with other websites or operating systems. You might think that this is a bad thing, but virtual servers can afford a number of benefits. First and foremost, your website will be the only one hosted in the allocated virtual environment, with independent resources such as CPU, RAM, disk space, etc. Therefore, other websites on the same physical system won’t affect the performance of yours. Second of all, you get complete root access to your server...

Ford Builds Car That Doesn’t Need Headlights to Drive at Night

Ford Fusion Hybrid uses LiDAR technology to pinpoint itself on the road in real time, irrespective of headlights.

6 Things You MUST Consider When Renovating Your Home

Renovating your home can be a stressful experience, but it doesn’t have to be totally traumatic. In fact, if you’ve thought it through and have considered these six important factors, you might find that your home renovation is exciting and rewarding… 1. What’s my budget? The first and most important thing you have to consider is your budget. Define it, discuss it with friends who have done similar projects, and then add on an extra 15% as a contingency. Issues will spring up, but if you have a ‘back-up’ pot of cash, you’ll be able to sleep soundly. Check in with contractors at various stages...

Apple’s Not So Secret Strategy To Kill The Mac Could Boost Windows

Tim Cook has been pretty clear of late that the future of the PC is much more like the iPad Pro than it is the MacBook Air. In fact, personally, he appears to have made the switch and, I think, he is making a mistake common with CEOs. He is viewing the Mac user base as basically the same as he is and he really doesn’t need much more than light word processing, some calendar function (his secretary likely does the heavy lifting), and email. The new MacBooks seem to be stripped down but slightly updated versions of their predecessors that fail to excite where the only big advances came from...

Leica is going to pimp your Smartphone Cameras

Leica optics have been popular with photographers for decades, now they are coming to our smartphones. At last.

Dadc New Media Solutions To Bring Digital Media Offerings To The Cloud In Collaboration With Amazon Web Services

Sony Ven.ue Supply Chain, Playout, & OTT/Commerce Solutions to be Powered Exclusively by the AWS Cloud

Review: Samsung Galaxy A7 2016 Is Too Little Too Late to the Party

For this high a price, the Samsung A7 deserved more love from its creators.

Facebook ARIES Will Now Connect Developing Nations

ARIES system will boost speed, efficiency and quality of internet connectivity in rural areas. 

First Impressions: LG’s K-Series Smartphones Just Doesn’t Cut It

The latest LTE phones from LG are no match for its Chinese competition in the country.

The Hennessy Venom GT Is the World’s Fastest Convertible

Manav Sinha The record for the fastest convertible was held by Bugatti’s Veyron Super Sport Vitesse, which it achieved by going at a speed of 254 mph (408.7 km/h). That record has been broken by the Hennessy Venom GT Spyder, which obtained a top speed of 265.6 mph (427.4 km/h) at Lemoore Naval Air Station in California. The car was driven by Brian Smith, director of the Ford Performance Racing School. The Hennessy Venom GT Spyder is powered by a twin-turbo 7-litre V8 engine that produces 1,451 horsepower 1,745 Nm of torque. Hennessy Venom GT is the fastest convertible in the world. (Photo...

Will the tattoos of the future be nano-screens on our skin?

Tattoo-like-skin; turns your body into a digital screen.

Terrified Grandma is Not Impressed by Self-Driving Cars

This grandmother’s panic inside a self-driving car is breaking the internet.

Here’s What Twitter Pays CEO Jack Dorsey and It’s Not His Salary! 

The micro-blogging site spends the money on his security. 

Facebook to Add News Section To its Mobile App

Facebook may soon add news section, a move that would encourage users to not surf twitter, google etc for the same.

Oculus Reacts to Questions Raised on Invasion of Privacy

Consumers shouldn’t be concerned about an invasion of their privacy when using the Oculus Rift, says Oculus.

Sony’s PlayStation Plans to Discontinue It’s MVP Program

PlayStation’s Most Valuable Player program will end on 18 April.

Watch Out Elon Musk, ISRO’s Reusable Launch Vehicle Is on Its Way

Success of RLV-TD mission will be an important step for ISRO to counter Falcon 9 created by Elon Musk’s SpaceX.