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From agriculture to medicine to energy, advancements are being made every day. Learn a little bit about these 10 emerging technologies that could directly affect your life within the next few years.
Gaming conventions, which can range from tiny local get-togethers to massive national events like E3 or GenCon, are a unique opportunity for gamers. Read on to learn how you can stay in the know about all your gaming convention options.
While the battle between the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One rages on, a third competitor watches from the sidelines: the Wii U.
Rumors are swirling that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could have a retina or iris scanner built-in. Sounds like a science fiction movie, but these kinds of personalized locking mechanisms aren’t always perfect.
Disneyland is huge, and you’re most likely going to be walking all day. Make your life a little bit easier with these free apps.
Ah, the USB plug. It is as ubiquitous now as it is notorious for never being able to be plugged in right the first time.
Amazon’s rumored “Netflix for books” service is finally here: Kindle Unlimited. In theory, it sounds fantastic. But is it all that it is hyped up to be?
Out of the two great all-purpose Xposed modules for customizing your rooted Android device, which is the best?
For an improved notification system that pops out at you, check out Floatify.
I’ve been living with the OnePlus One for a few weeks now, and it’s amazing, but it’s not perfect. Let’s run through some of the best features — and one downside.
An enormous community has grown around these games, and they faced both good times and bad since the original Smash was released. Let’s take a look at the story behind this beautiful game.
Want a status bar that matches the color of the app that you’re using? Thankfully, there’s a quick and easy way to do this on Android.
Each of these apps can take a picture of anyone who types a wrong password or PIN into your device while trying to unlock it and send that picture to you by email.
Project M is a mod for Super Smash Bros. Brawl that changes a number of things, but the most notable being an adjustment to the speed to make it feel more like Melee.
All new Samsung Galaxy devices come with Multi Window, an awesome feature that allows you to run multiple apps at the same time. But how do you get this on a non-Samsung device?