Technology News


I love tech and gadgets, and I can’t get enough of them. Apparently, neither can most of you; how exactly are you reading this blog, or any other blog or website? Technology affects us significantly, primarily its constantly upgraded and advancing resources and conveniences that give us the ability to improve how we control and adapt to our environments and daily routines. My interest in technology started from wanting to know how things work, and I would enjoy disassembling and re-assembling video game controllers, flashlights, or anything else that was fairly simple to take apart and put together again. My first real electronics customizing experience was in Kindergarten, when I made a “safe-cracker” using a 200+ Electronics Projects Lab set my father bought me from Radio Shack. I love to check up on the newest advancements of technology in computers, phones, televisions, home stereo systems, internet, and basically anything that needs to be plugged in or need batteries to work.

VIA DIGITAL TRENDS

  • Lyft Shuttle is a bus service for commuters with fixed routes and fares March 30, 2017 6:54 AM
    Lyft is testing a new shuttle service for commuters to see how its users like the idea of riding in a bus instead of a car. Advantages include a regular, reliable service and fixed fares. The post Lyft Shuttle is a bus service for commuters with fixed routes and fares appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Trevor Mogg
  • ‘Gnog’ reveals its release date in latest level teaser trailer March 30, 2017 1:49 AM
    Through the mind of a child, a new toy is more than just an object. Every inch is full of imagination and potential as they play with it in their own way. This joyful experimentation is center stage in the upcoming game Gnog. The post ‘Gnog’ reveals its release date in latest level teaser trailer appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Garrett Hulfish
  • Blossom teams with Pirelli to make rubber skis for a smoother downhill ride March 30, 2017 1:22 AM
    Blossom Skis and Pirelli change the design of downhill performance with their rubber-infused skis, created to drastically reduce chatter and vibration to give you a smoother ride down the slopes. The post Blossom teams with Pirelli to make rubber skis for a smoother downhill ride appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Amanda Ellis
  • No more “shrink and pink:” Snow brands finally get serious about women’s ski boots March 29, 2017 11:53 PM
    Rather than “shrink and pink” like many sports brands have done in the past, the ski industry has had to take women’s needs very seriously as they are the fast growing market. The post No more “shrink and pink:” Snow brands finally get serious about women’s ski boots appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Kate Erwin
  • Light up your desktop's insides with Corsair's colorful new Vengeance RGB memory kits March 29, 2017 11:52 PM
    Corsair recently made its new Vengeance RGB DDR4 memory available for purchase in five separate kits. Pricing ranges between $150 and $600, spanning kits from 8GB to 64GB. All kits are based on XMP 2.0 for safe, easy overclocking. The post Light up your desktop's insides with Corsair's colorful new Vengeance RGB memory kits appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Kevin Parrish
  • Turd vs. tech: Inside the bizarre quest to build a poop-scooping drone March 29, 2017 11:40 PM
    People in tech like to dream big. 30-year-old Gerben Lievers wants to use drones and ground-based robots to clean up dog poop. And it's not (quite) as ridiculous as it might first sound. The post Turd vs. tech: Inside the bizarre quest to build a poop-scooping drone appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Luke Dormehl
  • FCC pushes Lifeline broadband subsidy approval back to the states March 29, 2017 11:40 PM
    An FCC decision alters how companies are approved to participate in the Lifeline program regarding broadband services, reversing a change from 2016 that would have expanded approvals from the states to include the FCC. The post FCC pushes Lifeline broadband subsidy approval back to the states appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Mark Coppock
  • Samsung may sell refurbished versions of ill-fated Note 7 devices in South Korea March 29, 2017 11:20 PM
    Samsung may sell refurbished units of the ill-fated Note 7 in select markets. According to some reports, it's looking to offload as many as 500,000 units in its home country of South Korea. The post Samsung may sell refurbished versions of ill-fated Note 7 devices in South Korea appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Kyle Wiggers
  • The 10 most expensive cars in the world make Teslas look like Toyotas March 29, 2017 11:00 PM
    If you’ve recently discovered an oil reserve in your backyard, you probably have some extra cash to spend. Look no further, because we’re counting down the 10 most expensive cars in the world. The post The 10 most expensive cars in the world make Teslas look like Toyotas appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Andrew Hard
  • Job listing reveals that ‘The Witness’ designer is working on a new game March 29, 2017 10:58 PM
    Game designer Jonathan Blow is well known for his work. Both Braid and The Witness released to critical acclaim and carry a cult following among indie enthusiasts. Now, Blow's studio has already started working on something new. The post Job listing reveals that ‘The Witness’ designer is working on a new game appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Garrett Hulfish
  • After Best Picture debacle, Academy has new plan to prevent more Oscars mix-ups March 29, 2017 10:16 PM
    We're still cringing over the 2017 Oscars' Best Picture debacle, but we should be spared such chaos in the future. The Academy has revealed its plans to avoid such mix-ups going forward. The post After Best Picture debacle, Academy has new plan to prevent more Oscars mix-ups appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Stephanie Topacio Long
  • Domino's Pizza and Starship Technologies will deliver pizza by robot this summer March 29, 2017 10:12 PM
    Domino’s Pizza has announced that, from this summer, customers in certain parts of Europe will be able to have piping hot pizza delivered to their door by robot. Quick: There's still time for you to move there! The post Domino's Pizza and Starship Technologies will deliver pizza by robot this summer appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Luke Dormehl
  • REI's redesigned Magma sleeping bag series goes toe-to-toe with high-end competitors March 29, 2017 10:11 PM
    REI joins the ranks of high-end competitors with the redesigned Magma sleeping bag, its best warmth-to-weight ratio product on the market to date. Furthermore, it costs a fraction of the price of its competitors. The post REI's redesigned Magma sleeping bag series goes toe-to-toe with high-end competitors appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Amanda Ellis
  • The Asus Zenbook UX370 is on its way, according to recent FCC documents March 29, 2017 10:09 PM
    The Asus Zenbook Flip UX370, an upcoming Windows 10 2-in-1 device that would replace the UX360, appears to have entered the FCC certification process and some interesting information has been uncovered. The post The Asus Zenbook UX370 is on its way, according to recent FCC documents appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Mark Coppock
  • Silicon Valley Warriors: Draymond Green discusses technology’s growing influence on the NBA March 29, 2017 9:50 PM
    Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green told us how the NBA embraces technology to help players properly recover and how HotelTonight helps him find the best deals on last-minute hotel rooms. The post Silicon Valley Warriors: Draymond Green discusses technology’s growing influence on the NBA appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Keith Nelson Jr.
  • Electra Meccanica introduces a roadster and a Solo performance edition March 29, 2017 9:48 PM
    Electra Meccanica announced two new electric vehicles at the Vancouver Auto Show, the Solo R performance variant and the Tofino roadster. The variant is set up for EMV racing while the roadster is planned for delivery by 2019. The post Electra Meccanica introduces a roadster and a Solo performance edition appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Bruce Brown
  • Report: Android app purchases could overtake iOS this year March 29, 2017 9:37 PM
    Thanks to dominant market share and a rapidly growing install base in burgeoning markets, Android may finally pass iOS this year in terms of app revenue, according to a report from analytics firm App Annie. The post Report: Android app purchases could overtake iOS this year appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Adam Ismail
  • The Galaxy S8 ships with 646 new emoji for all your texting needs March 29, 2017 9:35 PM
    Samsung's new flagship comes with a not-so-hidden feature: 646 new emoji, including a group of laptop-wielding technologists, a pretzel, chopsticks, a scientist, judge, pilot, teacher, and more. The post The Galaxy S8 ships with 646 new emoji for all your texting needs appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Kyle Wiggers
  • The new Search app for iOS app includes Gboard, Google’s third-party keyboard March 29, 2017 9:19 PM
    Google's adding a third-party keyboard to the Search app for iOS. Now, installing the Search app automatically installs Gboard, Google's alternative to the default iOS keyboard option. The post The new Search app for iOS app includes Gboard, Google’s third-party keyboard appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Kyle Wiggers
  • Samsung takes aim at Google and Eero with new smart home Wi-Fi system March 29, 2017 8:49 PM
    Aiming to get in on the smart Wi-Fi market, Samsung announced its own home router system complete with mesh network support and a host of unique features -- including support for your smart home devices. The post Samsung takes aim at Google and Eero with new smart home Wi-Fi system appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Jayce Wagner
  • See the cyborg system that lets humans control turtles with their minds March 29, 2017 8:46 PM
    The human-turtle interface combines features from brain-computer interfaces and computer-brain interfaces, which send signals from brains to computers and computers to brains respectively. The post See the cyborg system that lets humans control turtles with their minds appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Dyllan Furness
  • The ‘Silicon Valley’ season 4 trailer teases fraud, division, and crazy ideas March 29, 2017 8:33 PM
    The Pied Piper gang is coming back with just as many problems as ever. With Silicon Valley season 4 premiering April 23, HBO has released the official trailer, and it teases plenty of ridiculous and hilarious crises. The post The ‘Silicon Valley’ season 4 trailer teases fraud, division, and crazy ideas appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Stephanie Topacio Long
  • Targeting flatbed scanners could allow hackers to break into secure "air-gapped" computer systems March 29, 2017 8:33 PM
    Researchers from Israel's Cyber Security Research Center have conceived of a method by which hackers could bypass firewalls by hacking a flatbed scanner using a laser-toting drone. The post Targeting flatbed scanners could allow hackers to break into secure "air-gapped" computer systems appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Luke Dormehl
  • 10 gorgeous turntables under $500 that will spin your stacks of wax in style March 29, 2017 8:26 PM
    Vinyl records are awesome, but they're also finicky. To get the best out of your stacks of wax, it's best to play them on a quality turntable, but you don't have to lay down a small fortune to get one. Here are the best turntables to be had for under $500. The post 10 gorgeous turntables under $500 that will spin your stacks of wax in style appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Ryan Waniata
  • New version of Google Calendar makes the most of the iPad's larger screen March 29, 2017 8:21 PM
    Google has released a new version of Google Calendar optimized for the iPad. It's the Google Calendar you know and love -- there aren't many new features to speak of -- but takes advantage of the increased real estate in novel ways. The post New version of Google Calendar makes the most of the iPad's larger screen appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Kyle Wiggers
  • Magellan MiVue 420 review March 29, 2017 8:20 PM
    Magellan's MiVue 420 is an easy-to-use and high definition dash camera but limitations to the new safety features may have you looking elsewhere for your next co-pilot. The post Magellan MiVue 420 review appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Nolan Browning
  • Xerox brings touch interfaces, apps, and personalization to office printing March 29, 2017 8:15 PM
    In an effort to redefine an entire product category, Xerox is launching 29 new printers and multifunction devices that share a renewed approach to how users interact with them, complete with tablet-like interfaces and apps. The post Xerox brings touch interfaces, apps, and personalization to office printing appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Daven Mathies
  • The 45 best songs about friendship March 29, 2017 8:09 PM
    From Biz Markie to Bette Midler, friendship is a theme that spans all eras and all genres of music. Check out our Spotify playlist of the best songs about friendship, with a friend of course. The post The 45 best songs about friendship appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Parker Hall
  • ‘Tom Clancy’s ShadowBreak’ brings tactical first-person shooting to mobile devices March 29, 2017 8:08 PM
    Tom Clancy's ShadowBreak is a tactical sniping and strategy game built exclusively for iOS and Android devices. Its the second Clancy game of 2017 following March's launch of Ghost Recon Wildlands. The post ‘Tom Clancy’s ShadowBreak’ brings tactical first-person shooting to mobile devices appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Gabe Gurwin
  • Satellite navigation systems switch off parts of our brain, new study says March 29, 2017 7:50 PM
    A new study suggests that drivers who use technology like satellite navigation (sat-nav) systems don’t benefit from memory-associated boosts to the brain because sat-navs effectively turn off parts of our hippocampus. The post Satellite navigation systems switch off parts of our brain, new study says appeared first on Digital Trends.
    Dyllan Furness

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