The thing about cycling is that it's only as complicated a pastime as you make it. An $80 Huffy performs the same basic function as a carbon-fiber street racer costing 100 times more, just with a lesser degree of effectiveness. Similarly, you can go…
By Cat DiStasio
Many scientific and engineering developments were lifted right out of nature, but none more so than robots built to act like real-life animals. Biomimicry is the term for innovations like these, which draw inspiration from the power…
Why Are so Many Great
Black TV Shows Missing
From Streaming Services?
The Washington Post
Streaming services are great for providing a seemingly endless supply of movies and television shows. However, there are a ton of notable b…
Three of the Big Four carriers in the US have already rolled out Marshmallow to the HTC One M8 and M9 units on their network. So we can say the Marshmallow update for AT&T-branded M8 and M9s is already delayed.
Worse still, it has been revealed that the update has been hit by further delays. The revelation was made by the Taiwanese company’s VP of Product Management Mo Versi on Twitter.
HTC One M8 & M9 AT&T owners – there’s been a slight delay on M OS. We’re in lab but looking at approval within the next couple weeks. Mo Versi (@moversi) April 29, 2016
The reason behind the…
Today on In Case You Missed It: YouTuber Colin Furze teamed up with Ford to build a working hoverbike within just a few weeks, from his shed. It runs off of two diesel engines so granted, it's probably not the most mass-production friendly item, bu…
Waiting for a Xiaomi smartwatch? Well, your wait is over, and you know what, it costs only $46. Whaaat? Not so fast – it’s not actually the one most of us are waiting for – it’s for kids, silly. Yes, Xiami has launched a kid-focused smartwatch dubbed Mi Bunny (cute, isn’t it?).
The device offers connectivity options including WiFi and Bluetooth, along with GPS/GLONASS tracking. It also features an SOS button pressing which sends the GPS location of the device along with a few seconds of audio recording.
Also known as the Mitu Watch, the device sends alerts when the wearer moves…
After being the most popular Windows Phone device for almost 3 years, the Lumia 520 has finally been dethroned. According to latest data from market research firm AdDuplex, the Lumia 535 has now claimed the top spot.
The Lumia 535 now has a market share of 12.5%, ahead of 11.3% claimed by the Lumia 520. The Lumia 630, 640, and 635 round up the top-5 with the first two claiming 8.3% share each while the latter claiming a share of 6.3%.
The report also revealed some other interesting statistics. For example, Microsoft manufacturers over 97% of WP devices now, with around 80% of them…