Gadgets and Tech
The Federal Trade Commission has handed down a $5 billion fine to Facebook following the Cambridge Analytica breach.
A new Australian study shows that forty-eight percent of people under 35 use an alarm clock to wake up.
On January 3, 2009, a mysterious person (or group of people) working under the name Satoshi Nakamoto created a digital currency known as bitcoin and forever changed the way we as a society think about...
Samsung is being taken to court in Australia after being accused of misleading customers about the water resistance of its Galaxy phones.
Gamers all over the world have had their fair share of gaming consoles over the years. From the original Atari to the Sega to the Gamecube to the Playstation and beyond, there are hundreds of consoles...
Time travel can be hard to get your head around at the best of times, but Avengers: Endgame really took the concept to the next level.
Facebook has plans on launching a new cryptocurrency called Libra in 2020.
YouTube will be allowing you to try on makeup from the comfort of your sofa soon - yes, it's the world we live in now. The days of trial and error as it relates to the purchasing of makeup could soon ...
The European Space Agency has estimated that an asteroid due to fly by Earth later this year has a one in 7299 chance of colliding with our planet.
Apple has announced that it is laying iTunes to rest later this year, so what does that mean for our media libraries?
Netflix revealed that it will be increasing its prices in the UK, but how exactly will that affect you?
Since the 90s, technology has been evolving and booming. Now, about 30 years later, tech companies have had the chance to learn, grow, and come up with new and innovative technologies. We have cell ph...
BlackBerry Messenger is set to go out of commission this Friday, following its failure to keep users while being unable to attract new ones.
NASA has predicted which stars its long lost probes will pass by thousands, and in some cases millions, of years from now.
A recent security breach is allowing hackers to inject surveillance tech into WhatsApp users' phones via the app's call function.