Google Project Tango Gives Spatial Understanding to Mobile Devices

What if your mobile device could determine whether it was in the garage, the kitchen, or the living room by the shape of it or be sound echo-location (the way sound reverberates in a room), and changed the TV’s volume, … Continue reading

Images That You Should Never Share Online

Social media is so influential that it was able to transform some of the most mundane things in our lives into share-worthy tidbits. Before, no one cared about what you ate for dinner or what song you are currently listening … Continue reading

How to Get Customers to Perform Your Social Media Marketing For You

Social media marketing is one of the best ways to promote your business and create more exposure for your brand without ever having to spend a dime. There are billions of active monthly users on the top social networking sites, … Continue reading

Comet Pan-STARRS Infographic Defines Approach to Earth

The name comes from the Pan-STARRS telescope in Hawaii, Comet Pan-STARRS (also known as C/2011 L4) is considered to be a new comet, to us anyway, from the extant reaches of our solar system making, possibly, it initial  passes through the inner … Continue reading

Nature’s Stealth Technology at Work: Owl Camouflage

If you are a Star Trek fan, then you’ve probably heard about cloaking.  If you follow weapons technology, you’re probably aware of stealth technology and advancements in camouflage.  What you probably don’t know is just how well Nature achieves cloaking, … Continue reading

Google and Donorschoose provide $99 Chromebooks for Schools

Google’s Chromebook typically costs in the $400 +/ price range with the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook selling for around $429 for the version that includes only WiFi. Today, Google and DonorsChoose.org have announced that they are offering discounted Samsung 5 … Continue reading