WordPress Developers Working Toward KickStarter Campaign For WordPress Gamification!

What's gamification? Gamification is a cool way of turning the internet into a game. Using a gamification system, you can earn points, badges, and achievements to help make the web more fun. Developers Chris from Everplex Media, and J.D. Grimes who developed the WordPoints plugin, have announced they are planning to expand the WordPoints plugin to become a complete... read more

How To Take A Sneak Peak at YouTube’s New Transparent Tool Bar

Want to see You tube's new transparent control panel before the new design is rolled out? Well now you can by just following these simple instructions. If you are using Chrome, you will first need to download a cookie editor on your computer. You could try using the EditThisCookie extension. Now that you have a cookie editor downloaded on your computer, you now just... read more

YouTube Rolling Out New Subscription Based Service To Avoid Ads, but Will It Solve The Problem Completely?

Tired of seeing ads before you watch a video on YouTube? Wish there was a way to avoid those pesky car and sports commercials? YouTube now has a solution to that problem, but like most things in life, it won’t come free, and it might not fully take care of the problem that it wishes to solve. Bloomberg confirmed earlier today that an email was sent to YouTube video... read more

Tutorial: How To Record or Stream Gameplay from PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Wii U, and More

If you want to record your gameplay from your console or do live game streaming through a service like Twitch, you need several things. In short, the list of what you need for game recording or game streaming are as follows: 1x Game Console such as PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii, or Wii U 1x HDMI Splitter / HDCP Stripper, 1x Game Capture Card, 1x Television or... read more

Twitch Experiences Security Breach, Requires Users To Change Their Passwords

Due to a recent security breach, Twitch has reset all user passwords and stream keys. Now all users will need to reset their password in order to be able to log in. In this bulletin today, Twitch stated, "We also recommend that you change your password at any website where you use the same or a similar password." Twitch further stated that any users who were... read more

The Internet Of Things | Are You Ready For The Promise Of A Connected World?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging as the third wave in the development of the Internet. The 1990s' fixed Internet wave connected 1 billion users while the 2000s' mobile wave connected another 2 billion. The Internet of Things has the potential to connect 10 times as many (28 billion) "things" to the Internet by 2020, ranging from bracelets to cars, blurring the... read more

The Future of Autonomous Cars | How Driverless Cars Will Change Driving Forever

Driverless cars will change driving forever in a myriad of ways. Assuming any kinks can be worked out with regard to the overall shift in societal thinking, legal issues and impact, and process and execution, one thing is for certain: driverless cars are no longer a thing of the future. A new study released Thursday by McKinsey & Company projected that widespread... read more

The Death of a Salesm… er, I mean, Death of a Seagate 3TB Hard Drive

Proving it happens even to the best of us! Good thing that, as I realized it was on its deathbed, I did back up as much as possible, saving almost all of the vital, irreplaceable data. There's no telling how much data was lost forever, but I do know that out of the files stored on the hard drive, the general folder structures were as follows: ● Projects... read more

AOL Mail Alienates The Last Remnants Of Its Users By Requiring Phone Verification, Drops Into Obscurity

Aol Mail has done it, finally dropped into obscurity. How? By forcing phone verification on all new mail accounts. Not only phone verification, but forced required phone from "valid networks" and only if you can receive texts - and not VOIP. It's not that anyone in the world can't receive texts. It's that for anyone with half a wit who cares enough about their privacy to... read more

It Is Scientifically Possible To Physically See Back In Time, In Real Time

I thought of this a few years ago, although only now do I realize how it would be actually possible to implement. Back then I thought, if there was a glint of reflection of light, we could see into our own past. I'm jumping ahead of myself. Some years ago, I wrote this down: When we look out at the known universe, we are looking out into the past, essentially... read more