Global Voting, The Vision of Unified World Politics

"Most of the world’s problems are really just symptoms of a bigger, underlying problem: that we haven’t yet worked out how to organise ourselves as a single species inhabiting a single planet. This can change."

Lenovo’s Bendable Smartphone Snaps Onto Your Wrist, Just Like That

These futuristic products were displayed by the company at their annual Tech Event.

Your New Best Friend, The HP Envy 13

5 reasons to buy the HP Envy 13

Another Ransomware Surprise And This One Is A Beast

There is a nasty new Ransomware virus running around called Zcrypt and, if you catch it, it will cost you $542 to get your files back.

After Zuckerberg OurMine Hacks Twitter Co Founder's Account

In its defence, Twitter released a statement saying it does not comment on matters related to individual accounts.

App Developers Can Expect More Money from Google and Apple

Both the companies continue to rule the mobile platform market with Android and iOS.

The Porsche Panamera Teaser Shows You Porsche in a New Avatar

The automaker has teased the upcoming version of the Panamera.

Apple Fighting For A Foothold in The 1.3 Billion Indian Market.

The Cupertino-based company had asked the Indian government to waive its local sourcing norm.

Why Call Center Staff Should Smile (and How to Encourage Them to Do So)

Studies show that people can tell whether someone is smiling or not by the tone of their voice. They can even hear the different types of smiles.

The New Engineering Entrepreneurship

What you should, but most probably didn't, know about crowdfunding.

The First Smartphone With Night Vision, The Danish Lumigon T3

The T3 is the first smartphone in the world to have a 2K HD Night Vision camera.

Scientists a Step Closer to The Secret of Life

The team made the discovery using the Diamond Light Source, the UK’s synchrotron which works like a giant microscope.

Mitsubishi Outlander Can Be Hacked Via WiFi

The hack allows activating of the climate control system and disabling the anti-theft alarm, among other functions.

Review LG G5

The LG G% is a modular flagship-class device with top notch hardware and close to being innovative

Indus OS, An Android Version Tailored for The Indian Market

The India-based company is primarily focused on making Android simpler for entry-level users.

Facebook Bullying Android Users

Facebook has a habit of dictating what it thinks is allegedly good for us, actually what is good for the company’s ad revenue. We remember how facebook “forced” its users to use a separate app for instant messaging, claiming it was due to high positive response. Now they are doing the same with FB Messenger. Recently Android users who are accessing Facebook using a mobile browser and want to use the Messenger will be automatically (and persistently) asked to use the Messenger app, with the download page popping up every time you click on the Message button. It is worst than when you get stuck...

Don’t wait for the police: plugging holes in your website forms to avoid SQL injection

A cybersecurity researcher exposed serious vulnerabilities in the Lee County Supervisor of Elections Office website…and was promptly arrested.

The Empire Attacks Milan Italy

Han Solo, Princess Leila, and a host of other characters performed to the legendary Star Wars soundtrack.