Sony’s E3 keynote wasn’t too big on major reveals, largely focusing on known quantities like God of War and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. There was one announcement, however, that really did shock me despite
An Italian company has designed stick on soles that claim to protect your feet, so you don't need to wear shoes. The creators say that Nakefit soles are "waterproof, cut-proof, heat-resistant, and slip-proof"
Work isn't recess but it shouldn't be detention, either. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The last thing any manager wants their team members to do is dread coming to work
As our devices continually improve at capturing rich content like 4K video and bursts of high quality photos in a few seconds, and applications become increasingly powerful (and larger), our Macs often
It’s super effective in VR as well One of the most popular mods for Ark: Survival Evolved lets you hunt Pokémon in first-person and virtual reality. The mod, called Pokémon Evolved, was recently hit with
Our world is evolving quicker than ever. To stay competitive in business and ahead of the game, it's increasingly important to continually learn new skills and information. That's why mega-moguls like
Some microbes have developed the ultimate stripped-down diet. They do not bother with food or oxygen. All they need to survive is pure electrical energy. They often live in muddy seabeds or along the of
Now here’s a head scratcher for you: Hyundai, known primarily as a purveyor of increasingly excellent but otherwise entirely mainstream vehicles, has announced that it is working on a so-called wearable
Trying to understand someone who doesn't speak your language could be a thing of the past, thanks to this new piece of technology. Pilot earphones act like much like Babel Fish in 'Hitchhiker's Guide The
Cybersecurity legend John McAfee has denied suggestions that he’s helping the FBI to crack the iPhone at the center of the San Bernardino shooting case, but hinted that he knows which party is involved.
(Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors said Monday that a “third party” had presented a possible method for opening an encrypted iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters, a development that could bring