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.

The (Lack of) Diversity in Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley has a major diversity problem. While this information is in no way shocking, it has recently been corroborated by data released by (some of) the companies in question. Until this May, most Silicon Valley tech giants were not in the business of releasing their EEO-1 reports detailing staff diversity numbers. When journalists filed […]

Self-Driving Cars: What will they mean for society?

Imagine being able to get from point A to point B by pressing a button on your smartphone. This could be a reality within the next few decades with driverless, or autonomous, cars. Many companies in the United States and abroad are experimenting with driverless cars, including Nissan, Volvo, Ford, and BMW, and Toyota. Google […]

Apple Drops The Last Remaining Bitcoin App In Their App Store

Apple has dropped the sole bitcoin app from its app store this past Wednesday, according to Wired.com. The app, called Blockchain, acts as a wallet for the digital currency. It allows for iPhone users that have the app to make online purchases via their smart phone using the revolutionary new form of money. The app […]

Switching Between Arch-rivals: iPhones & Droids

The iPhone 5S has been out for only a few days now. The design is as attractive and flawless as the last iPhone 5. The features are definitely improved from its predecessor. The new A7 chip, improved camera lens and fingerprint scanner are the ones that grab the most attention. While many may have said […]

Stopping the Government’s Peeping Toms: Tips for Maintaining Privacy Amid the Tech World

Many have been rightfully dismayed by the government’s increasing intrusion upon the lives of average citizens in recent decades, and the recent revelations of the actions taken by the National Security Agency (NSA) to collect the call records of millions of unassuming Americans has brought the issue of government power to the forefront again.  Although a […]

Computers You can Wear: Google Glasses

(Screenshot from Google I/O’s Skydiving experiment, 6/27/12) It’s been a staple in science fiction films, but now an augmented reality headset display is attracting attention as an imminent prospect. Project Glass, design patented by Google, is a program set to debut a product that offers Smartphone see-through display on an eyewear with voice command capabilities, […]

Google Makes An AppleTV

The new Nexus Q device from google is interesting. It can play music, YouTube videos, it connects to your phone and tablet and reminds me a lot of a AppleTV only for Android. The idea is kind of cool. What is cool about this is its potential. When google music came out it was confusing. […]