How To Make Sense of Microsoft’s Planned Data Centers

February 8th, 2016 at 4:28 pm
Data centers are important in our wired world. They are at the heart of the Internet where information passes through. There are many challenges when it comes to building data centers. Some of the companies that frequently use them are trying to find other ways of making them more efficient. Microsoft’s Project Natick is one of those unique solutions offered- building data centers underwater. The concept of u

How To Stay On Top Of Things: Microsoft Buys SwiftKey

February 3rd, 2016 at 5:07 pm
Microsoft has been going through a lot of competition lately. It is no longer like the old days where they are always on the top of the heap. Nowadays, many players are trying to challenge them at the top. So the software giant must always be on the lookout for new ways to get that advantage over other companies. In today’s marketplace, it is having as many useful tools available for the mobile market. In order

How MIT Did In the First Hyperloop Design Contest

February 1st, 2016 at 4:49 pm
The Hyperloop concept has been around for several years now. The fact of providing a means to travel on new rails at blistering speeds has taken many people to wonder if it is even possible. But for Hyperloop’s main proponent Elon Musk, it is, so much so that he and his company is now building the first Hyperloop track to test it out. But while the track plan is already in place, the design for the pod is not

How to Make the Next Smartphone: Google Lenovo Partnership

January 30th, 2016 at 4:07 pm
Chinese smartphone maker Lenovo and Google has recently announced that they are partnering together to develop the first Project Tango smartphone. Project Tango technology will give smartphones more powerful features such as being able to “sense” its physical surroundings with a combination of 3D motion tracking and depth sensing. Such an Android mobile device will be able to determine its place in its

Mother Robot Able To Make Evolving Robots

August 15th, 2015 at 12:27 pm
When it comes to robots, most people today seem to be more welcoming of them rather than the opposite. But as the technology for creating robots is rapidly becoming more advanced, it may only be a matter of time before this mindset may change. Combining robotics and artificial intelligence may not be that scary right now, but there is a chance that it may just become one of the ore scarier thoughts of the future. S

Google Creates Parent Company Alphabet Inc.

August 11th, 2015 at 3:38 pm
Internet search and ad giant Google Inc. has recently announced that it will be creating a parent company called Alphabet Inc. It is intended to be a holding company for its different businesses. It will reorganize the company’s many different divisions and separate its highly profitable Internet search business from its other not so profitable ventures. Many investors have been clamoring for the Internet se

Tesla’s Powerwall Battery Interest Gathers Momentum

May 7th, 2015 at 5:31 pm
Some companies are not just interested in having to come up with products that consumers already have. Some aim to do the innovative stuff that aims to change how people look at things. Tesla is one of those companies that do just that. This company has become the pioneer in making environment-friendly electric vehicles when it was not that cool to have one. Now, there is a demand for such vehicles because Tesla co

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