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

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

New “Brain Training” App “Elevate” Specifically Designed To Make You Stupid

Ever since Lumosity hit the scene, there have been a slew of brain training apps to help improve your memory, critical thinking skills, and other mental tasks. They work, too, for the most part; especially a select few of them. However, one of the newer additions to this app lineup is a new app called "Elevate", a brain training app. However, unlike the other apps,... read more

New YouTube Update Takes On Clickbait Head-On, And May Be Successful

If you have been browsing YouTube lately you may have noticed something new. I only noticed it today, it could be that the update started today. While it may not show up for all users or in all browsers yet, it is possible that this is going to be a permanent YouTube update. We hope so. YouTube videos have been notorious for what many call "clickbait", which for... read more

How Recent Twitch Changes Are Influencing Youtube And The Online Video Streaming Industry

Technology is moving at such a rapid pace that it seems every month people are wondering how a particular service is holding up. The streaming service Twitch is no stranger to these checks and balances, and as competitors such as Youtube and Facebook adapt in the way their websites function, seemingly by the day, Twitch users must ask one question: how is Twitch going to... read more

Ebay Is Dead: Why Ebay Is No Longer A Viable Selling Mechanism For Selling Your Items Online

When eBay first started, it was a huge boost to the economy and small businesses everywhere. I remember as a kid hearing the adults talk about how they were able to make and sell things on ebay and how much it helped their bank account. These adults were middle-class, hard-working people on a low salary who worked a grinding low-paying 9-5 job. The job was rewarding... read more

Samsung’s Clever Smartphone Strategy, and Analysis & Future Predictions On The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 Smartphones in 2017 and 2018

Samsung has a secret smartphone strategy that is becoming apparent with the progression of its line of Galaxy smartphones. Apparently Samsung has realized that it has two primary userbases. The first userbase are the power-users and super-users who pretty much hate iPhone and everything iPhone stands for. These users want maximum control over their phone - or at least... read more

Amazon Gets New Games Redesign That Significantly Improves User Experience | Finally Someone Gets A Redesign Right

With everyone from Google to PayPal to LinkedIn ruining their website's design and user experience, we were beginning to believe that no one would get it right. Finally, however, someone really did. Amazon has implemented a new redesign for their games section which has dramatically improved user experience. I have gotten used to completely bashing all these companies... read more

Microsoft Buys LinkedIn for $26 Billion, Immediately Destroys The Website and Ruins Its Job-Searching and Recruiting Capabilities

Users are outraged about the new LinkedIn redesign. The new design has been destroying much more than just usability for front-end users, but also has really destroyed usability for job-seekers and recruiters as well. Reports are coming in from all over about how the new design has deleted critical features for recruiters such as search filtering options which are now... read more

Responsive Design And The Demise Of Empires | This Mistake Has Cost Companies Billions

With the advent of all-in-one computers in your pocket, otherwise known as smartphones, companies have seen an increasing need to move toward responsive design which allows users to view the website on a mobile device and have a great mobile experience. However, there has been massive oversight with the biggest companies which has cost them billions. This oversight... read more