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New Jedi Wristband Can Control PCs and Fly Drones

According to a report from techhive.com, scientists have created a new “Jedi-like” wristband which looks like something straight out of a Star Was movie. The new wristband has the ability to control anything from a computer or video game to a military drone…all with just the flick of your wrist.


Funny Gmail Add-ons

Gmail is a terrific email service which stands well on its own. It comes with many great features and apps which make emailing simple and efficient, but can only be made better with the many add-ons that are available for the email program.


Famous Predictions That Have Not Happened in 2013

Man has always had a deep infatuation with the future, and longed to be able to predict it. Some claim to be able to do so by supernatural means. Others simply use a mixture of science and common sense to determine what they think the future will be like. Many derive their predictions from SciFi… Read the full post


Raspberry Pi’s 10 Best Hacks

Raspberry Pi, the much-sought-after, credit-card-sized, less-than-$30 tiny computer has challenged both kids and adults to write code and build everything from alarm clocks to computers. The latest estimates show over a million people have purchased this new phenomenon, and sales show no signs of slowing down. According to infoworld.com, the Pi is basically a Linux… Read the full post

programming languages

Five of the Weirdest Programming Languages

Let’s face it. Not all of us can be hardcore programmers who have mastered every programming language. As a matter of fact, it is very likely that very few people can actually boast of such an accomplishment. The reason behind this is quite simple; there are so many strange and mostly unknown programming languages out… Read the full post


The First Live Stream is 20 Years Old

Yes, you read that right. It may be hard to believe, but it has been 20 years since the first live stream made waves across the internet. In 1993, Xerox PARC was hosting a small show in Palo Alto when engineers who were in another room decided to test their new technology to broadcast on… Read the full post


Why Do I Need Website Monitoring?

With technology advancing faster than we can keep up, there are literally thousands of new websites springing up every day. Websites for games, for special interests, to share photos, even to start a small business are launched daily as the internet continues to grow like a wild frontier. But even with all of this new… Read the full post


Copyright and Copy-Left

Many entrepreneurs start out with a dream. They imagine that they will just take that dream and sell it to someone in a simple exchange which leaves them rich, and their product in the market. Unfortunately, that is not how it works. All too often, you will hand out a good deal of money before… Read the full post