With a new phone hitting the market every few weeks it is hard to keep track of all the new features. Add super complicated technical terms to the mix and you are wondering what the heck it is that you should be buying. This guide will help you navigate.
So now we know that VR is no more science fiction. But what brings this piece of technology to our lives? How can some gadget make you feel what’s not real, like it is real? Some might say such a thing is not possible. Some might say its sorcery. While some might suggest you the […]
The Asus Tinker Board is a new single board computer from the Taiwanese hardware company. Apart from its 4k support offering, check out what’s new and our take on whether it can knock the Raspberry Pi off its pedestal?
Remember when 3D was a big thing? It revolutionized our way of viewing the world, and it altered our outlook towards technology. But science never stops advancing, and new cutting-edge technologies emerge every day. Here are some stupendous applications of virtual reality which will be quite common shortly. What are the applications of Virtual Reality […]
What is Virtual Reality? Virtual Reality (or VR) is, in the simplest of terms, a simulation of something that doesn’t exist, in a very real environment. So you can be taking a stroll in 1930 Vienna without actually even leaving your sofa. But to experience an alternate reality you would like to have some control over […]
Gravitational Waves have been detected by the scientist at LIGO by using two observatories based in Washington and Louisiana. They can transport energy using gravitational radiation. Read to find out what gravitational waves are and why they are so important to be understood.
Zika Virus, the rogue bug, has created quite a dreadful scene on an international scale by spreading rapidly to over 39 countries across the world. Doctors have described this as a “pandemic in progress”, indicating a state of emergency due to its rapid geographic expansion.
We all hear about the loads of pollutants and plastics being dumped into our oceans. We are also aware of how it affects us as humans. Boyan Slat, a 21 year old Dutch inventor knew it too, and he decided to do something about it.