PS4 Finally Adds DLNA Support and MP3 Streaming Option

If you've done like I have, you have googled every couple months looking to see if Sony ever completed the missing DLNA feature for the PS4. In fact, I returned my PS4 when I learned it did not have DLNA. Well, Sony has finally heard us. Just a couple weeks ago, Sony finally completed and officially released the new DLNA feature. It is not automatically integrated but... read more

Google Removes Ability To Use Old Version of Google Maps, Millions Of Users Join Google Maps Boycott

Besides horrible design and excessive bugs, millions of users hate, even despise the new Google Maps for a variety of reasons, including that fact that the new Google Maps is very slow and it just doesn't seem to work right. You can't find what you need and it can't find many places because search just doesn't work right. Until today, Google allowed users to use the old... 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

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