Pocket Size Drones Currently Being Tested by the US Army

For the past four months, the US Army Special Forces has been involved with testing Black Hornets, which are extremely lightweight drones used for reconnaissance. Compared to more conventional drones, Black Hornets are so small they can easily fit in a pocket. Officially known as the Black Hornet PD-100, this drone is a micro unmanned … Read more

Are Smart Credit Cards the Better Alternative?

Compared to Android Pay and Apple Pay, smart credit cards may soon become the preferred option. Although incredible technological advances have been seen recently regarding to how products and services are paid for, not everyone is interested in completing purchases with a phone. With Apple Pay, iPhone users have the ability to use fingerprint authentication … Read more

Matrice 100 Drone by DJI Performs Amazing Feats

The process of learning to fly a drone is difficult, especially when trying to avoid obstacles. In addition, this is an expensive venture. From the very beginning, avoiding obstacles has been a serious problem faced by drone manufacturers, until now. DJI, the largest drone maker in the entire world, has come up with a viable … Read more

Bug Causes Skype to Crash

In addition to a bug being discovered causing iPhones to crash based on a simple string of characters, now Skype has been affected in a similar fashion. If someone received a Skype message with a string of http://: not only would the application not open but it actually crashed, regardless if opened on Windows, iOS, … Read more

Apple Introducing Watch App Developer’s Tool Kit

Initially, Apple did not create an application for the Apple Watch since this device had limited animation and loading time took several seconds. According to Phillip Ryn, founder of Impending, a mobile game developer, there were constraints as to what programs could be created. However, Ryn now feels different about the situation. He stated that … Read more

Fitbit Preparing For Initial Public Offering

San Francisco-based Fitbit, a leading maker of fitness- and health-tracking gadgets, wants to raise $100 million in common stock on the New York Stock Exchange in its initial public offering, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The lead underwriters for the IPO are Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and Bank of America … Read more

Mobile Apps Providing New Opportunities For Video Piracy

The entertainment industry has been fighting against video piracy for years. Since people found that they could copy movies and TV shows onto VHS tapes decades ago, video piracy has become more and more widespread as technology has evolved. Now, live streaming from mobile apps is another new piracy headache for media companies. This was … Read more

Oculus Rift Headset Release Date Set

The high-anticipated Oculus Rift VR headset finally has a launch window after months testing and numerous prototypes. In a post published on the Oculus Blog, the Oculus Rift team announced its first consumer virtual-reality headset would be available for purchase in the first quarter of 2016. Pre-orders for the headset will begin later this year. … Read more

Google Boosts Scheduling Services With Timeful Acquisition

Google has announced that it has reached a deal for the acquisition of Timeful, a scheduling iOS app that syncs with your calendar. Timeful uses machine learning, data analysis and behavioral science to create a digital calendar optimized for time management. The company was founded by Yoav Shoham Dan Ariely, and Jacob Bank and was … Read more