More 'Star Wars' is coming to Disney Parks. Here's 7 attractions we'd like to see

Disney used to be all about Mickey Mouse, but now the legendary film studio's parks are about to get a whole lot more "Star Wars." Here's 7 attractions we think they should create.

Feature August 7, 2014

'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' reboot: What critics are saying

The 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' are back on the big screen with new, CGI-made looks. But is the movie any good?

Feature August 6, 2014

End of an era: Sprint CEO Dan Hesse steps down as carrier continues to struggle

Dan Hesse, CEO of Sprint, will leave his post on August 11. Nicknamed 'Captain Kirk' during his leadership years at AT&T Hesse leaves Sprint after seven years of keeping the struggling carrier alive in one of the most competitive marketplaces.

Feature August 6, 2014

Happy birthday, MTV: Here are the 5 most iconic music videos

MTV is 33 years old today. Has reality TV killed the video star?

Feature August 1, 2014

The five biggest stories from San Diego Comic-Con 2014

Plenty of trailers, announcements and news came out of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Find out what made the biggest headlines.

Feature July 28, 2014

Why 'Doom' creator John Romero says PC gaming is 'decimating consoles'

The famed game designer behind first-person shooter classic 'Doom' shares his thoughts on the state of gaming and why computers beat consoles.

Feature July 28, 2014

'Seinfeld' may be coming to Netflix

Jerry Seinfeld answered fan questions on Reddit, including when 'Seinfeld' will come to Netflix.

Feature July 25, 2014

Comic-Con 2014: Five things to look forward to

There is a lot to look forward to from the largest geek gathering of the summer, but some stand out from the rest. Find out what you should keep an eye out for this weekend.

Feature July 24, 2014

Amazon Fire Phone review round up: Lacks firepower to take on iPhone 5s

The Amazon Fire Phone will be released on July 25. Reviews on the smartphone are saying that it is found lacking compared to its competition, such as Apple's iPhone 5S and Samsung's Galaxy S5.

Feature July 23, 2014

Batman Day: Five comics you need to read

Today, DC is celebrating the Dark Knight’s 75th anniversary in style with 'Batman Day.' Start the festivities off right by checking out these classic Batman comics.

Feature July 23, 2014

Here are five New Yorker articles you should read while they are free

In honor of the New Yorker opening up its archives, here is a list of our favorite New Yorker stories.

Feature July 22, 2014

Android Wear spotlight: LG G Watch Review. Here's what early users say

The LG G Watch running on Android Wear is definitely on the right path, but is it worth spending $229 for? Experts weighed in with their reviews.

Feature July 7, 2014

Nintendo's shareholders are becoming angrier than Bowser

Nintendo held its annual shareholder meeting last week, leading some to voice their concerns over the company's fiscal future.

Feature July 3, 2014

Android L: Everything that you need to know

Android L is Google’s most dramatic update to its mobile platform to date, and it includes a lot of new things, including a major design overhaul, work-play separation, 64-bit compatibility and so much more.

Feature June 27, 2014

Google I/O 2014: It's an Android world. What you need to know

One of Google's big announcements in its keynote speech is the Android L, which is the next big update for the operating system.

Feature June 26, 2014

Google I/O 2014: Here's what technophiles should expect

The rumor mill goes a-churnin’ now that Google I/O is just around the corner. Some say the developer conference will be all about hardware, others say software. But it’ll most likely be a mix of both.

Feature June 23, 2014

Smartphone Rumble: Amazon Fire vs. Apple iPhone 5s vs. Samsung Galaxy S5

Amazon is testing the waters with the launch of the new Fire smartphone. iPhone 5s and Samsung Galaxy S5 have a new competitor in the market.

Feature June 22, 2014

Quantum computers versus ordinary computers? Boring fight. Draw.

A recent study dispels the premise that D-Wave’s quantum computers are way faster than conventional computers, suggesting the need for more speed to be considered a supercomputer. Has D-Wave broken its promise?

Feature June 22, 2014

Amazon Fire Phone boasts 3D visuals, unlimited storage and, of course, a shopping scanner

Amazon's smartphone is finally here, and it comes with a host of unique features. Chief among them: a scanner for identifying and purchasing products instantly.

Feature June 18, 2014

The Galaxy Tab S might be the iPad killer Samsung has been waiting for?

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S tablet is gearing up to throw the gauntlet to the iPad. With a superb display and robust features, could the Galaxy Tab S be the iPad killer?

Feature June 14, 2014

Las Vegas shooting suspects obtained guns via Facebook?

“Need rifle. Can anyone help?” That’s what Jerad Miller posted on Facebook just a month before he and his wife Amanda Miller began shooting random individuals in a Walmart and pizza parlor in Las Vegas.

Feature June 10, 2014

Surface Pro 3 review roundup: First impressions are in and they're good

Surface 3 Pro has been unwrapped and various tech Web sites are already reviewing it with generally positive things to say about the tablet. One thing to take from the critics is that Microsoft may have finally nailed down a tablet-laptop hybrid device with the Surface Pro 3.

Feature May 26, 2014

Watch Dogs is the most awaited game of the year: Here's why

Watch Dogs will be launching in less than a week. It is the most anticipated game of the year and one that gamers have been waiting for since the launch of the PS4 and Xbox One systems.

Feature May 25, 2014

FCC will revise proposed net neutrality plan, will ensure it is fair for all

FCC is hard-pressed amid public outrage over chairman Tom Wheeler's new proposal on net neutrality, and even the man who coined the term net neutrality, Tim Wu (third from left), isn't biting it.

Feature May 12, 2014

There is a Spider-Man in you. Scientists find out genomic similarities between spiders and humans.

Researchers have mapped the genome of a spider for the first time in history. The international team of researchers were able to map the genome of a velvet spider.

Feature May 11, 2014

Symantec declares death of antivirus, creates team to rescue hacked businesses

Symantec's anti-virus software such as Norton is "dead," as per company executive. Since cyberattacks are evolving, companies providing defenses against such have finally evolved as well, creating better defenses ahead.

Feature May 7, 2014

FCC says net neutrality is not dead amid pay-for-speed proposal

The Federal Communications Commission plans to send a new proposal that would guide Internet traffic, but critics argue that this goes against its Open Internet or net neutrality principle. Here's what both parties have to say.

Feature April 25, 2014

HTC One M8 review: High-end design, gorgeous display, and more make it the best smartphone on the market

The HTC One M8 proves that the best Android smartphone on the market isn't coming from Samsung any longer and its combination of premium parts and high end specs make it the best new smartphone regardless of platform.

Feature April 19, 2014

Meteorites from Mars may hold clues to early Martian atmosphere: How different was it from ancient Earth?

A new study focusing on the Martian meteorites found on Earth reveals that the early atmospheres of these two planets were very varied, but the nature of their differences remains unclear.

Feature April 20, 2014

Google displays prototype Project Ara smartphone - It looks like cool Legos

Google finally unveiled prototype Project Ara modular smartphones at its first developer conference for the project. The Project Ara smartphones look even more wild in real, hands-on photos than they do in all the promotional videos. Will you buy one?

Feature April 16, 2014

Another Google Glass user mugged in San Francisco: Will you buy this wearable even with anti-tech threats?

As Google rolls out its extended one-day Explorer Program tomorrow, another alarming incident against a Google-Glass user comes into the picture. It makes one wonder: is the wearable device still safe to use?

Feature April 15, 2014

Reviews in on Amazon Fire TV: Gaming, search get tepid applause from media device critics

Amazon's TV device cited for search functionality and gaming aspect but even those features could be improved, say reviewers.

Feature April 14, 2014

Comic Sans haters, meet Comic Neue: Love, love, love and no more font bullying?

Will the creation of Comic Neue font save the heavily bashed Comic Sans? It remains to be seen. Read how the creators of these two fonts actually came up with the idea.

Feature April 9, 2014

Goodbye Windows XP, hello Windows 8.1 updates: Here's what to know

The apocalypse of Windows XP is inevitable, but word says Windows 8 with a point-one update is better and more convenient for users. Besides, XP users are more vulnerable to security threats now without the custom support. Will old-timers do the shift?

Feature April 8, 2014

Tetris game on a skyscraper? Why not, says Philadelphia

Tetris made the Philly night sky spectacular with a large Tetris game played on high-rise Cira Center. Will this event bring back the old video games?

Feature April 7, 2014

North Korea rips off NASA's logo but 'NADA' to worry about

Could there really be NADA into this North Korea space agency's choice of acronym and logo, said to be a rip-off of the logo of their opponent NASA? See what their government has to say.

Feature April 5, 2014

EU passes net neutrality law - Why can't America do the same?

The European Union passed controversial net neutrality legislation on Thursday. The new law will reportedly guarantee that all Internet traffic is treated equally and thus prevent telecom companies from charging extra for some services. Now that the EU has passed a net neutrality bill, many Americans wonder why a similar bill hasn't been passed in the United States.

Feature April 3, 2014

Why Yahoo's full-court security encryption strategy may prove to be a valuable marketing strategy

Yahoo is encrypting everything these days, from search queries to email, citing federal agency spying activities. But it could also be a slick marketing move to lure new users wary and capitalize on the federal government's Internet surveillance and data collection activities.

Feature April 3, 2014

Amazon Fire TV vs. Apple TV vs. Google Chromecast: Who will win?

Amazon entered the TV battle royale Wednesday with the introduction of Fire TV, a set-top box complete with a controller. Fire TV costs $99 just like Apple TV, which is significantly more than Chromecast, which goes for just $35. So, which one is best for you?

Feature April 3, 2014

Australia's dingo: Not a wolf, not a dog but a distinct species says study

Scientists from Australia have finally proven that the dingo is a separate species from dogs. Thanks to the new findings, the dingo has finally taken its rightful place as a distinct Australian animal.

Feature April 2, 2014

200,000 Kids in Britain access porn sites every month: Report

Parents, take heed! Your children might be part of this demographic discovered in a new study in Britain where kids are accessing porn sites.

Feature March 29, 2014

Microsoft announces Office for iPad - Here are the 3 best free alternatives

After much ado about nothing, Microsoft finally released Office for iPad. The entire Microsoft Office suite is technically free, but you need to buy a $100 Office 365 subscription to edit the documents at all. What should you do if you don't want to pay that much for Office? Check out the top three free alternatives.

Feature March 30, 2014

Facebook buys Oculus VR - Why early backers and fans went nuclear

Not everyone is so happy that Facebook bought Oculus VR. Many of the early backers of the Kickstarter project and fans of Oculus Rift are extremely upset, but why?

Feature March 28, 2014

Obama defends NSA spying on Huawei - Furious China demands explanation

President Barack Obama defended an NSA operation that involved hacking into the servers of Huawei to see if the device manufacturer was spying on other countries for the Chinese government. Operation "Shotgiant" also was charged with infiltrating Huawei devices to spy on those who use the company's handsets.

Feature March 24, 2014

Happy 8th birthday Twitter - How a micro-blogging site evolved into a social revolution

Twitter celebrated its 8th birthday on Friday with much fanfare. In eight short years, Twitter has revolutionized news, social interaction, protest movements and the way we think. Here is a look back at Twitter's evolution from micro-blogging experiment to social revolution.

Feature March 22, 2014

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