We all know that, as a search engine, Google can get us the answer to almost anything we ask. But the company’s worked very hard
Yes, it’s possibly to turn off the read receipt. Earlier this week, Twitter decided to introduce read receipts on their DMs. A similar strategy is
Agricultural equipment manufacturer Case IH, a unit of CNH Industrial, just unveiled a seriously intimidating-looking tractor at the Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa. Called
The number is simply astounding: In the second quarter of 2016, Facebook had more than 1.7 billion active monthly users. And it’s a safe bet that
Whatsapp has swiftly grown from a small startup to one of the most popular messaging apps in the world, with over one billion users. While
R R’s crazy self-driving vision of the future has landed. Here’s your complete guide: It’s autonomous and zero-emissions “Those things are hygiene factors for us,” says
The photo messaging app is constantly growing in popularity and shows no sign of stopping, this might be because it is constantly changing and developing. The constant
Last week there was no escaping news of the latest data breach. The LinkedIn hack of 2012 which we thought had “only” exposed 6.5M password
Who hasn’t felt the frustration of being almost completely unable to scale a sheer skyscraper covered in glass? LG certainly has, so it gave
Ross, the world’s first artificially intelligent attorney, has its first official law firm. Baker & Hostetler announced that they will be employing Ross for its bankruptcy practice, currently comprised of almost 50 lawyers.
You can add “Russian guy with a spear” to your list of things your drone should fear. A Russian man at a history festival made his displeasure
Seriously, what could go wrong?
Intel just shared a video showing 100 dancing drones lighting up the sky in Palm Springs, California, the first time a single operator pulled off a feat of this scale on US soil.
Often compared to Skynet, Google is currently in control of our digital lives due to its numerous free products and services, which enrich our online
Awesome breakdown of the cost to be Batman… It’s not cheap. We better start searching down the back of the sofa!!!
The Playstation VR is coming and it’s going to change gaming as we know it Virtual reality is coming to your living room this October,
It’s safe to say that Kiwi’s like their ink, but have you ever wondered what it looks like in super slow motion? The guys at
Youtuber Tito4re recently covered a video of pouring molten copper on a Big Mac. He is now back again with a video of molten copper
Virtual Reality is a very exciting prospect. For almost 30 years, it has been “just around the corner”, and I’ve often wondered if we’d be
3D printing technology isn’t new technology. The recent surge in 3D printing research and corporate interest has allowed us to make almost everything with the help
It’s a scary day for Torrent users everywhere. Transmission, which is one of the most used non-commercial BitTorrent clients and a popular choice of Mac
© Tomako via Vivero Let’s face it, offices are noisy. And more and more offices are moving to open plan and hot-desking, making it harder
The next-generation Atlas robot from Boston Dynamics has arrived and the video below gives us a great early look at our new robot overlords. Although it walks