Category : TECH


Are You Worthy to Lift Mjölnir?

Thor is in our midst!!! Well, not exactly.YouTuber, Sufficiently Advanced, just used science to trick people into thinking he was worthy enough to lift Mjölnir. How exactly did he do it?

No Comments / 3 View / April 25, 2017


US Mech Builders Just Challenged Japan to a Robot Duel

So did you know the United States has it’s very own giant robot building company? Neither did I until MegaBots decided to release a video of their MegaBot Mark II to start a new future of sports with robot duels. And who exactly are they challenging? Suidobashi heavy industry from Japan and their Kuratas mech.

No Comments / 3 View / April 25, 2017


FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules, Keeps Internet Free and Open

The FCC has officially approved new Net Neutrality rules, which include among them a policy aimed to ensure “that no one — whether government or corporate — should control free open access to the Internet.”

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Hubble Brings Us New Images of the “Pillars of Creation”

Earlier this week, NASA released new photos that their Hubble Space Telescope took of the “Pillars of Creation,” that thanks to updated technology, are even more jaw-dropping. The first photo ever taken of this monumental image was taken in 1995, and showed the world three giant columns made of cold gas, that were bathed in the ultraviolet light from a cluster of young stars, in a small region of the Eagle Nebula, or M16. This image was beyond breathtaking that it has become iconic to anyone that loves to have their eyes gaze upon the stars and dream of not being alone in the universe.

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NASA’s Launches Orion, Ushers in New Era

UPDATE: NASA has officially launched the Orion Spacecraft, and with it the hopes for a new era of space exploration. After several issues with both the weather and the equipment, NASA was finally able to achieve lift off at 7:05 ET Friday morning.

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NASA Scrubs Orion Launch, Postponed to Friday Morning.

UPDATE: Nasa has decided to scrub this morning’s launch of the Orion spacecraft. The mission faced several issues during its 4 launch attempts, including high winds, followed by a fuel and drain valve which would not close. After multiple attempts to fix the valve issue, NASA decided to scrub the mission and attempt for launch on Friday morning. The earliest launch window will be 7:05 a.m. ET. We’ll be sure to have the live stream here again.

No Comments / 5 View / April 25, 2017


NASA Rocket Explodes On Takeoff

NASA’s Antares rocket experienced some serious technical difficulties during take-off earlier today when it exploded just moments after ignition.

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Apple Announces Bigger Phone, Apple Watch

Looks like Apple’s Keynote announcements were the worst kept secrets in … well, tech keynotes. As expected, the most recent product announcements included and newer, bigger iPhone, and the first wearable tech for the company.

No Comments / 13 View / April 24, 2017


Two Chicks, One Show – The X-Files, Season 3

The story unfolds, as both Mulder and Scully find their families at the heart of the drama of the third season of the acclaimed series. And now there’s a new threat, as we’re introduced to the Black Oil. Join Tricia, a long time X-Phile, and Kait, an XF newbie, as they discuss season three in anticipation of the new season.

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5 Key Items From Apple’s WWDC ’16

This year’s WWDC shows Apple contributing to machine learning, playing catch-up on some of their software and redesigning a few of their own apps. Let’s take a closer look at the five main things Apple has to offer for it’s developers and consumers.

No Comments / 5 View / April 24, 2017