Virtual Reality: A Game-Changer for Sports

Virtual reality has the potential to make courtside seats at basketball games affordable for the everyday viewer.

The top antivirus programs for your iPhone

Hackers and malware developers are doing their best to crack into your phone, will take a short look at some of the top antivirus software you can use on your iPhone.

IoT, its future and its impact on our lives

A radical change in our lives brought about by the Internet of Things – An overview

How to get your business through stormy weather

There are lots of reasons your income or turnover could slack, if you play your cards right and stay calm, you can adjust to the situation and get back on track.

Natural remedies for Hiatal Hernia that you should follow

Exercise and a proper diet might help you avoid surgery

4 Successful Startups That Started as Blogs

If you're reading this, then chances are that at some point, you've considered starting a blog.

The Turks have Done it; a Real Transformer

Introducing Letron, the Turkish speaking, transforming BMW

How to Protect Your Apps and Private Photos Using an Applocker and Gallery Vault

Most smartphones do not protect your privacy by default.

Is Property Still The Best Place To Invest?

Property prices have come down in recent months, which might make one nervous about investing their money but...

IBM Power Calls Intel’s Model And Processor Obsolete

I’m at IBM Edge this week and Power is clearly a major part of this event. Doug Balog General Manager of IBM’s Power Systems group was talking about disruption today and there are few things as disruptive and IBM’s unique approach to servers and technology. The focus of his talk is on the cloud and how Intel’s model and parts are obsolete. Doug is arguing that the elements of this move to the cloud have to do with Flexibility, Speed, Productivity, and Efficiency. As a result, the conversation has moved from a technology conversation to a business conversation. To address these business needs...

Previewing Self-Assembling Products of the Future

In today's competitive and ever-changing environment, businesses and inventors are seeking ways to build materials both easier and cheaper. Researchers at MIT's Self-Assembly Lab may have developed just the answer with its revolutionary solutions for design and production.

The Future Marketing Concept You Can’t Ignore, And How to Do It

User-generated content is the future marketing concept you can’t ignore if your aim is to grow your business.

Nicholas Sparks' Film Adaptations: Worst to Best

Almost no other author has had as many works come to life on film as Nicholas Sparks.

Why College Students Order Custom Essays Online?

Students order papers for various reasons, laziness, too little time or insufficient capacity. But is it cheating?

Justice League Suiting Up and Pushing the Hype

14 months to go and the marketing machine is steaming away. No one ever heard of Teaser Fatigue?

From Rags to Riches: The Evolution of Blogging (Infographic)

Once just a hobby, blogging is now a viable career.

Anti-Gravity Phone Case Might Become Your New Best Friend

It doesn't actually float around but it's still useful and cool.

Why Acoustics Are Integral to Open Office Design

I want you to consider your surroundings. Are you sitting at home with a hot drink? Perhaps you are on public transport, heading to your destination? Or are you at work, surrounded by the hum of the office and unable to concentrate fully on what you would like to be doing? Chances are that many of you have experienced what it is like to work in an open office. The chatter which is inescapable, the phones ringing throughout the day and the constant moving, shuffling and nattering of colleagues. Whatever the design, there are always distractions and in close-knit environments such as these, the...