Google, Intel, Qualcomm, and others stop supplying Huawei after Gov’t ban

Let slip the HTMLs of war.

New AI turns simple doodles into photorealistic landscapes — within seconds

The future is here, and it looks absolutely amazing.

How NASA tech made its way into everyday life

The technology initially developed for space is remarkably common in everyday life applications on Earth.

The Five Weirdest Things People Have Tried To Combine With Guns

Here are five real guns that stopped to look at both convention and common sense only shoot them point-blank in the faces.

Tips to Succeed in the Mobile Era

Over the years, there has been a continuous evolution in the strategies and tools that businesses adopt to achieve success. Decades ago, owners put premium on talented and determined team. Today, there are other factors that have to be considered. In particular, the mobile era has significantly influenced the way businesses operate. The continuous development in technological advancements has given

Five Devastatingly Impressive Machines That You Can Buy Right Now

It’s remarkable to see two of the most powerful testaments to man’s technical ingenuity appear in the living room and the battlefield. One look at either would tell you that the greatest scientific minds on the planet are determined to keep pushing the boundaries of technology, mainly because (1) we all want to make life on this planet easier for

Augmented Reality: Taking Things to Another Dimension

In the middle of the hype for Apple’s WWDC 2013, the biggest names in technology gathered in the Santa Clara Convention Center last week for the fourth Augmented World Expo (formerly the Augmented Reality Expo). CNET calls it “the next big thing in tech”, but what exactly is augmented reality? The World, Enhanced The dictionary defines augment as “to make

Miracle Material Will Spur New Era in Technology

The experiment that led to its discovery in 2004 consisted of nothing more than a pencil and some scotch tape, but scientists claim this new wonder material will one day revolutionize technology and change the way we live. The excitement is easy to understand.  Graphene is a million times thinner than a single strand of human hair, and a thousand

3 Awesomely Fun Activities for Geeks Like You

Wait, geeks have fun? The geeky idea of fun is so far from the rest of the world’s pleasures, that normal people would raise an eyebrow when the words geek and fun are in one sentence. In the remote past, geeks were freak show performers in carnivals (think eating live chickens for a living). Thankfully, history and language has become

Alexandria in the Ether

The vision must have been — in its own way — almost terrifying: every book ever written, every thought ever committed to writing, all the knowledge in the world, stored within the walls of a single, gleaming edifice.  Experts agree that what we know today about the Royal Library at Alexandria is half history, half myth.  Demetrius of Phaleron, the

Scientists Build Computer That Never Crashes

Scientists and researchers at the University College of London (UCL) have built a self-healing computer that may end computer crashes forever, according to the New Scientist. Called a “systemic computer,” the machine — which is being developed by computer scientist, Dr. Peter Bentley, and UCL research engineer, Christos Sakellariou — is now operating, apparently crash-free, at the UCL campus. New

How Wise is Dating a Gamer?

They are a growing breed, and they seem to be getting hotter (at least when they apply themselves and manage to take a shower) in a way that Seth Rogen or Jason Segel can be hot. They take the form of a middle management executive or a graduate student who is adorable and funny; a strategic thinker with excellent hand-eye

4 Awesome Gifts for Your Geeky Valentine

Congratulations! Now that you’ve found the Han Solo to your Leia (or the Uhura to your Spock), it’s time to say goodbye to Singles Awareness Day and hello to Valentine’s Day, the most romantic holiday of the year. And because geeks do it better, there are certain things that are expected of you even if it’s just participating in what

Does The Microsoft Surface Have A Future?

In a post from November 29, 2012 on The Official Microsoft Blog, details were released about Microsoft’s latest offering: Surface, equipped with Windows 8. Here is what the general manager of the device, Panos Panay, said: “…Surface with Windows 8 Pro would be available in January 2013. Today, I want to share a bit more detail about the growing Surface

What Happened in Mobile Tech Last 2012

Another year has passed and another step towards mobile technology evolution has been taken. It looks like the world is going digital right before our very eyes and this trend is expected to continue until 2013. From smartphones and tablets to cloud technology, 2012 has been a year of advancements and improvements. To give you more idea, here are some

3 Stocking Stuffers for Techies for the 2012 Holidays

We all get it perfectly – even if we want to give each and every one our loved ones and friends the gift of tech, it’s just downright unrealistic, especially in these trying economic times. You can’t possibly buy six units of the iPhone 5 in a huff – one for each family member – lest you want to use

Hot Gift Ideas for the 2012 Holidays

The holiday season has finally begun. As you read this, I’d probably be out in the mall finding presents for friends, family – and of course – myself. Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, flew by so fast – these three usually kicks off the holiday shopping season. I’d like to believe that I’ve officially prepared myself for this, as

Is Microsoft Surface a Dud?

During the key shopping spree period of Black Friday, iPads sold like hotcakes, as usual. At the other end of the spectrum from Apple’s pet moneymaker is the contender from Microsoft—the Surface tablet. At one of the busiest times of the year where retailers get a good chunk of their revenue, Microsoft put up a big, fat stinker—and at its

A Look into Mobile Device Fragmentation

Fragmentation—it has long been a part of the iOS versus Android debate, and it has long been a sore point among different people involved in the tech industry, from the developers to the consumers. On the one hand, you have iOS, who makes its self-branded devices with practically one device per segment: the portable media player, iPod; the bestselling tablet,