The Race To Eliminate The Notch To Create The First Truly All-Screen Smartphone

Notches, hole-punches, cutouts, tear-drops, dot-drops. We all hate the notch and its various forms, but it won't be long before one of the rivals at the top of the smartphone game develops the first truly seamless all-screen smartphone - with a front selfie camera behind the screen, instead of inside a cutout. The rise of the notches and cutouts developed from the new... read more

New Leaps Forward In Artificial Intelligence Will Change Everything You Know About Computers, VR, and Gaming

Technology is getting faster and bigger every year. However, in many areas it has reached the limit of what it can do by merely adding more raw power. The disadvantages such as time and money constraints are limiting what raw computing power can achieve in a practical way. For example, smartphones are getting bigger and heavier, despite being much faster; and gaming has... read more

FAA Approves Google’s Drone Company For Flight: Could Drone Deliveries Be In Our Future?

When the Federal Aviation Administration certified Wing Aviation, a subsidiary of Google's parent company Alphabet for drone deliveries, many officials including Elaine Chao of the U.S. Department of Transportation and other political commentators indicated this could be a great new step toward more widespread deliveries by drone. Google is not the only one. UPS is... read more

The Future Of Aeronautical Propulsion & Aviation Technology

Today's commercial flight systems are considered the safest way to travel, with only 1 death per 16 million flights - this is equivalent to only about 2 fatalities. In 2017, there were no passenger fatalities on any commercial flight, making it the safest year in aviation history. Compare this to automotive travel, for which there are about 40,000 deaths per year. This... read more

Is Steampunk Dead? Welcome to the Age of Cyberpunk

The recent release of the movie Thor Ragnarok in 2017 did so well that it might have just killed steampunk. While cyberpunk has technically been around since the 70's and 80's with movies like Blade Runner, THX 1138, Ghost in the Shell, Minority Report, and The Matrix, the genre lacked a solid actualization of itself. Thor Ragnorak embraced cyberpunk aesthetics so well... read more

Could Apple’s New Quiet AI Acquisition Indicate A Turning Point For The Company – And Perhaps The World?

While Google has never really been privacy-focused, but rather in recent years has become more and more dangerous for consumers who desire to maintain a level of privacy and security in our increasingly technological and Orwellian society, Apple on the other hand recently made a purchase of an AI company which may indicate a shift in the other direction. Apple vs... read more

What Does The Future Hold For Ultra Thin and Lightweight Laptops, Televisions, and Mobile Devices?

It's been another two years, and yet, the lightest and thinnest laptops have not changed much. The televisions look the same, and they don't seem to be getting any thinner. Mobile devices also seem to be stagnating. No laptop exists that is ultra powerful, has a decent sized screen, and weighs under 3 pounds. In 2 years, almost no progress has been made, bringing in the... read more

As Internet Regulation like GDPR Continues To Grow, Internet Privacy Will Get Worse

The release of the recent GDPR Compliance regulation by the EU which threatens to fine all companies up to 2% of total global annual turnover or €10 million Euro (about $11.66 million USD) for failing to adhere to ambiguous and oppressive new regulations concerning privacy of user data is counterproductively a danger to the security and privacy of the internet. As a... read more

Lamborghini’s Self-Healing Carbon Fiber Concept Hypercar Could Change The World

Tesla's all-electric sports car and Volvo and BMW's self-driving cars may be left in the dust by the radical level of ingenuity and limitless ambition of Lamborghini. People have been impressed and awed by the powerful innovation of the latest self-driving and self-parking cars and Tesla's new all-electric semi truck, but Lamborghini's new self-healing Terzo Millennio... read more

Gigabit 5G Internet May Be Coming To The Skies In A New “Seamless Air Alliance”

Delta Airlines, Sprint, and Gogo Inflight Internet are banding together to bring high-speed broadband internet to the skies. Ever since Grant Cardone appealed to the FAA to remove restrictions on in-flight cellular phone usage, and won, internet on airplanes has been quickly moving forward. Today, you are no longer asked to turn off your devices on most airlines, so... read more