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MIT Researchers Plan to Remove YouTube Buffering with AI Technology

MIT Researchers Plan to Remove YouTube Buffering with AI Technology

Ah. Buffering. The ultimate test of our patience. You’re watching an intense moment and the video suddenly hangs or the resolution goes kaput. All you can do is get annoyed and curse your internet connection. If this sounds familiar, there’s good news. Researchers at MIT are coming up with a cool plan – using machine learning to solve this problem and help you enjoy maximum quality without the abrupt interruption or the pixelated resolution. Read More
Self-Driving Cars: Ripe for Hacking?

Self-Driving Cars: Ripe for Hacking?

After watching a video over the weekend of the new self-driving cars that Ford is working on, it got my own wheels turning a bit on how cool that was. Enter in the huge backlash of fans against the hackers who just popped out the scripts for Game of Thrones after the HBO hack, and now my wheels are turning in a whole new way. While I’d love to sit back and enjoy the scenery while my car drives me around, I have to admit that the whole concept makes me a bit nervous. Read More
Five Flagship Smartphones 2017

Five Flagship Smartphones 2017

This year, phone manufacturers have got the equation right. You no longer need to compromise looks for features or vice versa. 2017’s flagship smartphones from the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers are doing everything they can to make our phones be an indispensable part of our modern existence. They’ve got phones that come with the complete package - no compromise in style, looks or grandeur. No compromise in functions, features or security measures. Read More
Moto Z2 Force Unbreakable Screen Doesn’t Hide Other Flaws

Moto Z2 Force Unbreakable Screen Doesn’t Hide Other Flaws

If you’re a phone nerd like I am, then chances are that you scour the net and learn everything possible about what’s coming out – or even rumored to be in the works. Motorola has always held a special place in my heart since the Razr was one of the first phones that I had. I rocked the pink one around everywhere, custom ringtones were just amazing after years of digital beep-type songs. Read More
Fingerprints Will Replace Your Airplane Boarding Passes Soon

Fingerprints Will Replace Your Airplane Boarding Passes Soon

If you’ve ever flown on an airplane, you know the hassles of the lines for boarding passes all too well. Well, what if you could bypass this process? I’m sure that got your attention, didn’t it? With new biometric identification devices on the list of possible changes to airport boarding, you very well could bypass long lines. Instead of waiting in line, handing over your tickets, driver’s license or ID and your first born child, you could simply put two fingers on the scanner and be done. Read More
Scientists Want to Regulate AI Now Before We End Up Like The Terminator Movies

Scientists Want to Regulate AI Now Before We End Up Like The Terminator Movies

As a kid, the Terminator movie scared the living daylights out of me. Other movies were scary, sure, but you could always shoot bad guys, torch Pennywise, and so on. Terminators – not so much. And who really has a vat of super-hot metal melting goodness just laying around their house? Mega machine press to turn a Terminator into a pancake? Yeah, I don’t have one of those either. Read More
Top 10 Influential Tech Leaders to Follow This Year

Top 10 Influential Tech Leaders to Follow This Year

Live and breathe tech? Want to get first-hand news of everything cool and awesome? Time to follow the industry’s top tech influencers who aren’t just the torch bearers of tech today but are also thought leaders who hold immense power to shape the world. It wouldn’t be an understatement to say that one of the most powerful forces today is not politicians and businessmen but the tech guys. Read More
Why I’m In Love with The Galaxy S8 Plus: A Gamer’s Review

Why I’m In Love with The Galaxy S8 Plus: A Gamer’s Review

The Samsung Galaxy S8 in various styles. This past week, I decided that it was time for a new phone. I’ve been a Samsung fan since I got my first S6 in 2014. So, it was just the logical choice that I’d pick up a new Galaxy S8. I have been researching the S8 a bit and decided that I’d go with the S8 Plus – mainly because I love bigger screens for mobile gaming. Read More
The Fastest Laptop in The World

The Fastest Laptop in The World

We love talking about all things tech. It’s fun to look at the newest innovations around and talk about what it’s like to live with them. For gamers, it’s pretty much the same thing but we look to things such as virtual reality and high computer specs for our entertainment. For years, gamers have been making their own high-powered desktops to play the games they love. There is even a coalition that is strictly PC gaming over consoles due to the fact that computers are so easy to upgrade as you go. Read More
20 In-Demand Skills of 2017 - Tech Workers and Freelancers Take Note!

20 In-Demand Skills of 2017 - Tech Workers and Freelancers Take Note!

Upwork is the world’s largest freelance platform with 12 million registered freelancers and five million clients. This makes it quite an authority in the freelance world and so it makes complete sense for freelancers and tech workers to take their quarterly list of in-demand skills seriously. If you already have these amazing skills, market them, use them and earn the early worms. On the other hand, if you’ve been fishing around to learn a new skill or gain expertise in a new tech niche (yep, we’re going there, AI all the way! Read More
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