Ad-blocking on your computer is as easy as downloading an extension on your web browser and now, with the launch of a mobile ad-blocker, your mobile platform can have the same experience.
Natural darkness, according to a survey, is becoming increasingly rare to find and, as reported by a survey from the University of Vermont, is a resource that should be paid more attention to.
The growth in the Internet of Things, a communication ‘ecosystem’ that allows seamless transferal of information between all devices, is speculated to grow at a substantially faster rate for companies looking to invest in it. Those companies that do invest, however, look to gain quite a bit out of it.
Following a lawsuit brought against Bungie and Activision by a former employee who was fired prior to the release of the game, new information has come to light about the heavily criticized story and the outcome of the lawsuit.
Apple’s keynote event next week on September 9th is rumored to have some news about the launch of their new phones but if you want some new information ahead of time, we have the prices and tiers announced right here.
Modern day river dolphins are scarce to be had but, if skeletal remains of a species of extinct dolphins found in Panama show us anything, it will be the shift from ancient rivers to the sea and how these creatures adapted to its features.
A new video format, which is royalty free and doesn’t utilize Adobe Flash, is in development by some of the big software companies, who have come together to form the Alliance for Open Media.
Alaska is experiencing a massive shift due to climate change faster than any other area. With this rapid acceleration due to climate change, area researchers and scientists across the country are studying how this might be a look into the future for the rest of the 48 states.
The true power of supercomputing is in the process of taking a massive leap forward. A collaboration between IBM and GENCI over 18 months will hopefully bring exascaling computing to the current world of supercomputing.
Higher amounts of mercury and selenium are finding its way into the Grand Canyon, which can have negative effects on the wildlife and area around this canyon.