EU Wants Apple to Pay Ireland €13 Billion After It Allegedly Broke Tax Laws

Ireland has said that it disagrees profoundly with the European Commission’s ruling against its tax dealings.

Gene Wilder: A Film Tribute in Pictures

“Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”, “Blazing Saddles” and “Young Frankenstein" were just a few of Wilder's memoriable movies.

Adding Phone tracker to the must have apps for every mobile phone

There are many ways of losing a mobile phone or a smart phone. I am sure everyone will agree. Even when we are at home, many a times it so happens that we are not able to locate our phone and end up calling on the mobile number to hear it ring and hence locate it. People, especially who do extensive travelling by public transport are the most susceptible to either losing their phone or having it stolen. But now you can relax because the daily advancing technology has come up with applications for mobile and smart phones that can help to track down your stolen device. Not only that, if you are...

Benefits of Streamlining Project Management Processes

Budget, quality of deliverables and timescales are the project management's main components.

AMD vs. Intel-Assessing Their New Strategies: A Study In Contrasts

Over the next few years we are going to see something we don’t see that often. Two companies in the same market on two very different paths. AMD will be focused like a laser on traditional PC and Server markets but adapting to the new loads and tasks that both are being tossed in. Intel, in contrast, will be expanding massively to drones, IoT, and Automotive each of which has massive, but as yet, unrealized potential for firms in their class. Now typically when AMD and Intel run at each other AMD is massively disadvantaged but with Intel’s shift in focus they won’t be chasing Intel but a...

Black Holes are sending quantum messages in the universe

Spinning black holes are capable of complex quantum information processes encoded in the X-ray photons emitted by the accretion disk.

5 In-Demand Online Money Making Ideas That Require More Than Just Geeky Brainpower

There’s certainly no shortage of money making ideas on the Internet. These ideas require a combination of skills that are so far apart in nature, that not many people boast them. In fact, 51% of jobs now require a combination of creative and technical skills.

Top Ways to Make IT Helpdesk Operations

For a lot of companies in the modern world, the end-user community features a broad range of technology sophistication. Many users turn to the web to seek web-based answers, while a significant percentage still rely on the IT helpdesk.

Indian Space Agency Test Launches Supersonic Combustion Ramjet

Sunday’s test launch took place at the rocket port located at Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC).

Inaccurate Mapping App Causes Death of Mountaineers's Wife

A 53-yr-old woman died while descending a 3,000-feet mountain after her husband was misguided by a smartphone app.

Britney's Carpool Karaoke, Corden Brought Out the Best in Her

James Corden’s latest guest in Carpool Karaoke was Britney Spears, and he made it a pleasant experience.

Apple Issues Update After Spyware is Found

The spyware takes advantage of weaknesses in Apple’s iOS to take complete control of iPhone handsets.

Review: Choosing the Best Marketing Automation Platform for Your Small Business

Statistics show that most small businesses only utilize a scant 10% of top tier marketing automation platform’s capabilities. You should change that.

Whatsapp's New ToS, The End of "Free"dom

It was bound to come, the beginning of FaceBookization the End of Whatsapp as We Knew It.

Three Ways Financial Technology Can Help Small Businesses Raise Funds

How Fintech is changing the Lending Landscape for Small Businesses

New Tech and Future Gaming Trends

Oculus Rift, Pokemon Go, what and how will games be played in the future?

Price Alone Does Not Make A Phone A Flagship

Not many will be willing to spend big on a phone that is not a Samsung or an Apple.

NASA's Scientific Research Free For The Public

The database is called PubSpace, and the people can access NASA-funded research articles in it for free.