Sometimes it seems like the digital world is all too often out to get us
Negative news-feeds, an online public that jumps at a chance to gloat over mistakes and missteps, the way we end up with our heads buried in a constant stream of digital content — good and bad — as it flows through our smartphones and tablets. Maybe we’re missing out on the real world in favor of a meaner, digital version of it.
What if there was a better way to use our technology? What if when we plug in instead of…
Approximately 750 million people around the world still lack access to safe, drinkable water — 90% of whom live in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, according to the World Health Organization’s latest statistics
Rather than surrender the smartwatch throne to the Apple Watch, just one day after its launch Motorola has unveiled its Moto Maker design studio, which allows you to create custom versions of the Moto 360 smartwatch
The basic model of the circular-faced smartwatch is already pretty slick, but the customization options present a range of choices that could boost the perceived value of the device for some
The history of aviation is littered with mysterious disappearances like that of MH370. Multiple planes have evaporated seemingly into thin air while flying over the legendary Bermuda Triangle, and others have vanished only to resurface in glaciers decades later. The reasons behind these mysteries has differed too, from espionage and sabotage to simple accidents. For some, we’ll never know for sure.
BARCELONA – ZTE doesn’t have an entirely new flagship at this year’s Mobile World Congress, but the company added an interesting feature to its existing top smartphone, the ZTE Grand S3 — eye-based biometric authentication
The solution ZTE is using is not new, either — it’s actually EyeVerify’s EyePrint ID, and it’s not an iris scan. Instead, the EyePrint ID uses the device’s camera to map the blood vessels in the whites of your eye, which, the company claims, is unique to every person, and…
In addition to the functions of your smartphone you can control with the Android-based wearables, one developer has found a way to allow users to wirelessly unlock their doors with only a voice command
Nissan is getting really creative in promoting its electric car. In Sept. 2014, the company created a custom pickup variant of the car, a one-of-a-kind affair
And this week the company showed off a Leaf with glow-in-the-dark paint
The car will not be widely available for purchase for now, Engadgetclaims, so why do it? Nissan says the idea is to showcase how the car is helping an increasing number of people to convert to solar energy at home.