What are the Long-Term Effects of Electronics?

As more and more generations learn to use computers, phones, and GPSs from a young age, the population is beginning to see an array of negative medical results. With electronics around every corner and the ability to access them at virtually any time of the day, more and more are seeing the onset of technology-educed […]

Cell phone use may be allowed on airplanes, says FCC

Now that flyers of all destinations can enjoy their virtual books through turbulence, landing, and even the seatbelt speech (though, for everyone’s sake, they shouldn’t), travelers are on the verge of one more flight-changing decision. Just a few weeks after the announcement that eReaders are now safe for airplanes – from start to finish – […]

The Latest on Amazon’s Drone Delivery System

After crushing the competition and creating a new standard of online shopping, mogul retail company Amazon continues to reach new heights. To keep up with their growing sales demand (and to cut back on delivery costs), the company announced it’s looking to drones, a flying delivery device. Rather than a delivery truck stopping from house […]

The Rise of Holiday Light Shows

Just a few years ago, the world was in awe as the first creative light show was set to music … at someone’s home. There was music, lights, and a steady beat that meant we couldn’t turn our eyes away. One creative family decided to put a little more effort (and pizzazz) into their regular […]

4 Apps to Make Traveling Easier

When on the road, even the most routine and everyday events can be made difficult. You can buy kratom for chronic pain for the road, and you can buy the right kind of travel pillow, and that doesn’t even begin to encroach on the problems. Internet connections can be hard to find, technology may not […]

Should We Save the Optical Drive?

It’s nothing new to hear that Apple’s latest MacBook models come without a disc drive. They’re sleeker and thinner, and leaving out the “dated” technology allowed the company to pack in more features in less computer. They first did it with the MacBook Air in 2008, and with soaring sales, it’s likely the company didn’t […]

Are we too dependent on technology?

In a day and age where almost everything runs on electricity – lights, entertainment, cooking, communication – it can be hard to fathom a life without it. From smartphones to Saturday night movies set to dim lights and the scent of microwaved popcorn, power is a part of our everyday lives; we’ve grown accustomed to […]

Google Now for iOS: A real reason to use location services

I am a tech geek. I love technology, I constantly download the latest apps, I do my very best to have hands on experiences with the newest devices, and I am generally constantly reading about new advancements. That being said, Google Now has completely blown me away. Google Now: The future is here. Coming from […]

A society drowning in cords, and how to manage them

First, we got our own cell phones. They were friendlier than the previous in-car versions, offering the same talking abilities without location restriction. But they also required a charging cord to be carried around, forever nesting in our suitcases and/or purses. Then computers became mobile, and they needed a cord too, lest we be stranded […]

How social media and technology have changed the election process

Disclaimer: I realize this is a technology website, and while I have my own political opinions, I am not in any way attempting to push any sort of belief, or support either candidates in this post. I tried to be fair and balanced, and in no way intended to spark a political debate. Technological debate […]