Third 2014 Transport Tragedy in Southeast Asia

Yet again, the southeast region of Asia has been struck by misfortune, particularly in the air travel sector. Early Monday morning, at 5:36 AM (local time in Indonesia), AirAsia Flight QZ8501 took off with 155 passengers and 7 members of the crew from Surabaya International Airport in Indonesia…

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Apple Inc. Brings an End to an Era with an Execution

With all the hype going on about tech giant Apple’s new iPhones and Watches, it has come time to remember an old legend. What seems to be a relic now, this product generated shockwaves in the tech world when it hit markets in 2001, shattering records and sending Apple straight to the headlines of every media outlet.

iOS: Then and Now…

With all the hype about Apple’s latest iOS update, it was decided that, after all these years, it’s time to look back on the first few iOS systems and see how far the tech giant has advanced.

Project Wing: The Future of Delivery?

Apart from being one of the best known and most widely used search engines today, Google is also a company that is constantly innovating. The latest endeavor is the delivery drone, code-named Project Wing.

Rick Sacra: The Third American To Be Infected With The Ebola Virus

On August 29th, last Friday, Omaha, Nebraska welcomed Dr. Rick Sacra, a missionary in West Africa. However, Sacra didn’t come home alone. With him, he brought the deadly strain known as the Ebola Virus.

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has become a sensation in social media. But what is it?

Maryam Mirzakhani: The First Woman to receive the Highest Award in Mathematics

Last Wednesday, Maryam Mirzakhani achieved a huge milestone in the female community. On August 13th in Seoul, South Korea, The International Mathematical Union awarded Mirzakhani the Fields Medal, making her the first woman to achieve the highest honor in the field of Mathematics.