Edit Feature Now Available For Microsoft Office Documents In Dropbox

April 17th, 2015 at 5:30 pm
Cloud storage has somewhat become a common and popular tool people use nowadays to save and store their different files. Companies such as Dropbox now offer people a means to keep and store their important files via cloud servers. This means, people can easily and conveniently access their files online and without having to be limited by storing them in a device. With cloud storage, people can access files using di

Yahoo Offers On-Demand Password Log In To Your Accounts

March 18th, 2015 at 5:52 pm
Online privacy and security has always been highly valued. But it is not always easy to enforce. The open platform that the World Wide Web offers for information sharing has its benefits. But it also has its risks and disadvantages. The wide-reaching coverage of the Web allows easy access to different kinds of date, with some of them not meant for sharing. Online accounts are always under the threat of identity th

Microsoft Says Goodbye To Internet Explorer

March 18th, 2015 at 5:51 pm
The Internet Explorer has long been a leader in the web browser market. Once, it was the only popular web browser that people use, thanks to the browser becoming bundled with the Microsoft Windows OS package. But its time in the limelight and its popularity have since been going downhill, falling back to the likes of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Internet Explorer has developed a negative image over the years

Google Ara Project Aims To Develop Modular Smartphones

March 7th, 2015 at 5:22 pm
Google is trying to spread its wings to more than just its popular “bread and butter” in online search. It has delved into other projects such as the Android mobile OS platform that has become the main competitor of iOS devices for attention among mobile users. It seems that the online search giant is trying to stretch its influence further. It is tackling a new project to create modular mobile phones a

Expedia Buys Orbitz

February 13th, 2015 at 5:37 pm
Travel-related sites have been doing quite some business online. It has grown quite big that we now see several players in the field trying to help people on their next vacation or travel plans. But it also has seen increased competition among the major players. It seems that there has been news lately that common competitors in the industry are consolidating to become a single and bigger company. That is recently

Oculus VR Explores Hand Tracking Technology With Its Nimble VR Acquisition

December 24th, 2014 at 2:31 am
Developments in virtual technology have become quite exciting of late. The emergence of the Oculus Rift seems to have pushed the technology back into relevance. Oculus VR, the company behind the popular, yet still unavailable VR headgear, has been noted to have realized the potential that VR may have in the video gaming front. Currently, Oculus VR has been able to develop the Oculus Rift with head tracking features

New Holiday Scams To Watch Out For

December 15th, 2014 at 1:33 pm
The holiday season is usually tied to shopping and buying. People flood the malls or retail stores to buy gifts for themselves and their loved ones. Devices and gadgets become the primary target for most during the holiday season. But at the height of the shopping spree during the holidays, a number of scams also begin to prey on unsuspecting victims. There are the classic scams out there that still continue to dec

NASA Creates 3D Printed Object While In Space

December 3rd, 2014 at 2:31 am
3D printing has become a more recognizable technology nowadays. But currently, it is still considered a niche area since commercial means of producing object using this technology is not yet available. But it does serve its purpose in specialized areas. It is now possible for people to print out 3D objects for certain parts not available readily in the commercial market. It becomes a very valuable tool especially

Elon Musk Planning To Launch 700 Satellites For Cheap Global Internet

November 13th, 2014 at 4:15 pm
Visionaries are people who see the future clearly before anybody else. That is what most people call Elon Musk. The CEO of Tesla and Space X has many ideas that people today may think as crazy as farfetched. But such out-of-this-world thinking really defines Musk as a visionary. He visualized electric cars eventually replacing gas guzzlers and he is on his way to doing it with Tesla. He wanted a future where people

New Tech May Make Long Distance Wireless Charging Possible

September 29th, 2014 at 5:25 pm
Wireless charging today already exists. But it requires the device and the charging base to be just inches of each other, just like what the current Qi technology offers. But a new technology developed at MIT may someday make wireless charging operate similar to WiFi, charging devices wirelessly anywhere in a particular vicinity. Scientists at MIT have developed technology that they call MagMIMO that offers a new s