How To, Tech

Windows 10 tends to eavesdrop quite a bit, but here’s how you can put a lid on that


Microsoft’s recently unveiled OS, Windows 10, is the company’s make-or-break reinstatement of what is the most used OS franchise in the world. Reviews of it are pretty good up till now, with Techradar saying “Feature-wise, Windows 10 is the new Windows 7. It’s robust, pleasant to use and free,” and PcAdvisor naming it “[…] the best Windows OS yet. Windows 10 is free for most people and offers plenty of new features and apps.”

There is a hook, though.

News, Tech

Facebook’s Aquila will bring solar-powered internet to regions not yet connected

By far the most awesome router.
Image via foxnews

This giant, solar-powered, internet giving drone is ready to take to the skies. Facebook recently unveiled the Aquila, a V-wing flying drone with the wingspan of a Boeing 737 ( almost 93 ft/28.35 m ), which the media giant plans to use to connect developing regions around the world to the internet, and gather a huge amount of likes in the meantime.


Metal pressing: a brief overview

Cx_Rockets.6k Made With Metal Pressing Enginering

Using the tools and techniques of metal pressing, anything an engineer can ever imagine regardless of how delicate or complex can be readily manufactured. This is a major business that is used in everything from creating components for lawn and garden machines, tractors to rockets!

Discoveries, Materials, Tech

A New Class of Magnet Could Mean New Tech Capabilities

Magnified image of a non-Joulian iron-gallium alloy, showing the periodic magnetic “cells”
(Harsh Deep Chopra – Temple University)

Researchers have discovered a new class of magnet that increases in volume when placed in a magnetic field and generates only negligible amounts of heat in the process. These properties could transform many existing technologies and enable a few new ones. Harsh Deep Chopra, Professor and Chair of Mechanical Engineering at Temple University, and Manfred Wuttig, Professor of Materials Science

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Lenovo caught installing adware on new computers

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The giant computer tech company Lenovo has apparently been installing adware onto new consumer computers. The adware is turned on when you start the computer and injects third-party ads on Google searches and websites without the user’s permission.

Chemistry, Tech, Videos

What chemical elements are inside your new iPhone


It’s only been recently that Apple released its new iPhone 6, and like every year zealots are lining up in front of Apple stores. In fact, the company reports that some 4 million iPhone 6 preorders were placed within the first 24 hours, yet again showing how powerful a cult brand can be. Aside from being a nifty gadget, the iPhone, and

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Google set to build its own quantum computing hardware

Refrigerator for a Quantum Processor Part of the cooling unit that keeps the D-Wave Two's processor near absolute zero NASA Ames / John Hardman

For some time, Google scientists have been experimenting with artificial intelligence using quantum devices provided by D-Wave. According to Google, the company’s  Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab will soon develop their own quantum hardware, most probably in a bid to secure novel technology. Quantum computers are set to be the next generation of computing devices capable of computations order of magnitude above what



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How it Works: the photocopier


Multifunction photocopiers consolidate several pieces of essential office equipment into one. With in-built print, copy, scan and fax functions, hard-drive storage and the ability to electronically transfer documents to and from network folders and email addresses, it’s easy to see why they are such a popular choice for businesses of all sizes, from small offices to multinationals. By combining several

Health & Medicine, Tech

Learn About Breast Cancer Charities Near You


Breast cancer survival rates are improving, but the fight for a cure continues on.  According to the American Cancer Society, “During the last 10 years (2001-2010) for which mortality data is available, death rates declined for 11 of the 17 most common cancers in men (including lung, prostate, and colon and rectum) and for 15 of the 18 most common