Exploration & AdventureBlog 3 Minute Read By Avery Stonich Think back to how you started on your path to adventure. Do you remember someone who took you under his or her wing and showed you the way? The
“When we explain it to people we get a lot of doubt,” Matt Parker says of Lumarca, his volumetric display installation, which renders graphics in 3D and has been in the works for several years. What puts
A new report says that the Galaxy Note 3 could feature an improved camera capable to offer users optical image stabilization (OIS) features. According to etnews, Samsung is apparently working on including
The new Xperia TV ad shows one thing: love is in the air for Sony, too. It’s hard to say whether it’s because spring is still here or it’s just a trend, but love seems to be a very common theme for tech
Speculation based on recent Gmail rumors and previous press photos used by the company to promote several Nexus devices seems to indicate that Android 4.3 and/or a new Nexus device may arrive soon. A user
Will the future bring more twisters to Oklahoma and Tornado Alley? 4 Minute Read By Robert Kunzig, National Geographic It sounds intuitive: Of course global warming should lead to more—and more powerful—tornadoes.
Those among the tech crowd love the stock Android experience and tend to shout belligerent remarks against anything that isn’t stock Android, such as Samsung’s TouchWiz interface and HTC’s Sense UI. While
Samsung has been recently granted a design patent for a tablet PC that appears to have a bendable display. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office awarded Samsung a slew of patents earlier this week including