• COMPUTERS
    Raspberry Pi: No longer the fastest $35 computer but still the best

    The past year has produced a steady stream of single-board computers that surpass the specs of the flagship Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, some of which have also matched its rock-bottom $35 price tag. But getting hands-on with these boards reveals the specs sheet only tells half the story. Boot up one of these theoretically […]

  • CLOTHING
    New Clothing Delivery Service Debuts For Bedhopping Men Who Still Have To Dress For Work

    Shutterstock Millennials might be killing a number of businesses, from chain restaurants to classic department stores. But on the upside, they’re challenging retailers to tackle new challenges, like this one, from men’s clothing brand TAYLRD: a same-day clothing shipping option, debuting in New York City on August 28. According to market research commissioned by TAYLRD, a whopping […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Quantum computing as the future? Here’s why it is still waiting for the hardware

    The industry first has to solve hardware issues in quantum technology, according to an expert. (Representational Image. Source ThinkStock) Commercial production of quantum computers that would process information faster than today’s supercomputers is still some time away. The industry first has to solve hardware issues in quantum technology, according to an expert. Quantum theory represents […]

  • NEWS
    iPhones Grow in Popularity, But Android Platform Still Leads

    Apple continues to lead the pack in the U.S. as a smartphone make.   To iPhone users, that’s probably not a surprise.  iPhone users tend to be loyal fans. More than 39 percent of mobile subscribers in the 3 month average ending April used Apple smartphones, comScore reports. That’s more than any other smartphone maker. And […]

  • COMPUTERS
    How Good a Deal Did You Get on Your Smartphone? ZTE Still Has You Beat

    It doesn’t matter how great a deal you got on your last business smartphone, there’s one company that almost certainly has it beat. How much would you pay for a phone with the following specs? 6-inch display with a 1,920×1,080-pixel resolution Octa-core Snapdragon 617 processor 13-megapixel rear camera 5-megapixel front camera 2GB of RAM 32GB […]

  • ALL DEALS
    Email Marketing STILL Not Dead, New Podcast Claims

    “Email marketing is dead.” If you’ve been involved in the world of marketing over the last few years, you’ve likely heard that declaration more than once. But a new podcast wants to bring a new perspective to that discussion about email marketing. Email Marketing’s Grave is a new podcast from the team at marketing solutions […]

  • NEWS
    E3 2016: Ubisoft still wondering younger at Age 30?

    French online game celebrity Ubisoft continues to be diving into new worlds on the age of 30. At a packed sales space at the show floor of the optimum digital entertainment Expo exchangeoccasion in la on Wednesday, Ubisoft took gamers from dance flooring to snow-covered Alps and thedigital deck of a “superstar Trek” deliver. The […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Kinddle Oasis is beautiful, steeply-priced and still no longer like built-ingintegrated a book

    I’ve spent the fbuiltintegrated week built-ing to fake the brand new Kintegrateddle Oasis is the same asbuilt-in a actual book. It’s no longer. i like books. i like Kintegrateddle’s e-readers and built-inwas hopbuiltintegrated this built-inintegratedthe meldintegratedg of the 2. That actual book sense was part of built-in for the today’s Kbuilt-indle built-inintegrated own familyand why […]

  • NEWS
    arry Page, Google Founder, Is Still Innovator in Chief

    Three years ago, Charles Chase, an engineer who manages Lockheed Martin’s nuclear fusion program, was sitting on a white leather couch at Google’s Solve for X conference when a man he had never met knelt down to talk to him. They spent 20 minutes discussing how much time, money and technology separated humanity from a […]

  • NEWS
    Indians think Africans are ‘frauds and prostitutes’ ‒ so why do they still come to India to study?

    Photo Credit: Noah Seelam/AFP 21.8K Total Views On the morning of February 6, a few hundred African students gathered on the steps of Bengaluru’s Town Hall, a striking, colonnaded building at the heart of the sprawling metropolis best known as India’s Silicon Valley. Holding posters, some printed and most handwritten, and shouting slogans, they were […]