It Took My Mom 400 Hours To Save Our Family Memories… But It Could Have Taken 15 Minutes!

Nobody has ever accused my mom of being lazy! She’s a former Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Force.  At 53, she runs a small farm with just my step-dad for help, teaches nursing classes in several states, trains for marathons, and still works 3 days of the week at a family practice clinic… And she calls that […]

A “Photo Catastrophe” Is Brewing In Your Computer – Be Prepared With THIS!

Your Family’s Memories Are At Risk. Protect Your Photos and Videos With this One-Click Miracle Device. If your computer crashed today, what priceless memories would you lose forever? Wedding photos. Family vacations. Anniversaries. Your grandchild’s first words. Their kindergarten graduation. What a nightmare! But beware – it happens to more people than you might think! […]

Steam Spy returns with less accurate game stats

Earlier this month, Steam revamped its privacy settings to let users change how much of their game data can be publicly viewed. The company made player libraries, along with time played per title, hidden by default — which ended up locking out game industry stats site Steam Spy. Unable to access the data it needed, […]

Real-life Transformers could be coming to an amusement park near you

Any kid who grew up watching the Transformers cartoons wished they could have their own giant robot to pilot (at least, we did). But one of those fans grew up, became a roboticist, and made that wish a reality. Brave Robotics, a Tokyo-based robotics company founded in 2014, just announced the development of J-deite Ride, […]

Blue Origin will livestream its first test flight of 2018

Blue Origin is gearing up for its eighth test flight, which also happens to be its first for 2018, on April 29th. Thankfully, it’s one we’ll be able to watch: Blue Origin chief Jeff Bezos has announced on Twitter that it’s live streaming the event on Sunday. The company hasn’t posted the stream’s details yet, […]

Essential Phone is available in more countries, including UK and Japan

Essential announced today that it will open up its online store to more countries. Now along with US residents, those living in Canada, France, Japan, the UK and Germany can buy Essential’s products through its online shop. The Financial Times reported last July that Essential was in talks with British carriers and that the UK […]

Intel delays its 10-nanometer ‘Cannon Lake’ CPUs yet again

Intel has announced that, once again, mass production of its 10-nanometer “Cannon Lake” chips will be delayed. The company is already building the chips in low volumes (though no one knows what it’s doing with them), but said it “now expects 10-nanometer volume production to shift to 2019 [rather than the end of 2018].” It […]

Scientists used computer imaging to possibly discover why Neanderthals went extinct

Ever since a paleontologist discovered the first Homo neanderthalensis skeleton in 1829, scientists have tried to piece together why Homo sapiens eventually thrived, while Neanderthals disappeared around 40,000 years ago. By comparing their prehistoric skulls to ours, scientists learned that Neanderthal brains were slightly larger than ours, both at birth and at full size, and […]

House sends key music royalties bill to the Senate

Today, the Music Modernization Act passed the House of Representatives in a unanimous vote (there were no negative votes, but 16 representatives did not cast a vote). The bill still needs to be passed by the Senate, but considering the overwhelming support in the House, it seems like a safe bet that the MMA will […]

Snap’s second-generation Spectacles are more grown up — and more expensive

Snap today released the next generation of Spectacles, its wearable camera, with new features for taking photos and water resistance. The sunglasses, which have the same striking form as the first-generation model, have been slimmed down and now come in three jewel tones: onyx (black), ruby (red), and sapphire (blue). They’re available to order starting […]