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Google Glass Users Viciously Pan NYC Restaurant

Feast, an eatery in NYC's East Village

Google Glass users are pushing back after an incident that took place in NYC’s East Village, lobbing poor reviews at a restaurant that asked a user to remove the wearable tech. The event transpired last April, according to Mashable, when Katy Kasmai, a Google Glass user, was asked to remove her Glass when dining at… Read more »

Facebook Slingshot App To Take On Snapchat

Let the app wars begin!

Say hello to Slingshot, an upcoming Facebook application being heralded as Facebook’s first-ever legitimate competitor to Snapchat. That’s right, folks. Your options for quick and discreet photo and video messaging are about to go up by one. According to the Financial Times, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg himself is overseeing the project. Slingshot will permit you… Read more »

Broadband Companies Allegedly “Typing Up” Your Internet

Internet

According to Level 3 (arguably the largest internet company around the globe), a number of big American broadband companies have been taking advantage of consumers. In fact, Level 3 alleges that five of the biggest US consumer providers have been using what’s nearly a monopoly to up profits. This has led to higher consumer costs,… Read more »

Sony And IBM Time Travel To Bring The Cassette Tape Into The Future

Sony brings the cassette tape into the next century.

Children of the 80s and 90s would likely get nostalgic over the thought of a cassette tape. They might have fond memories of carrying around their Walkman in their Jansport backpack or having to manually rewind a tape with a #2 pencil. Regardless, the cassette tape was already becoming obsolete by 1993 and, today, few… Read more »

New Invention Promises To Put PETA Out Of Business

PETA

It looks like the PETA girls are going to have to put their clothes back on again as a new invention promises to put an end to their organization. While thoughts of shady, meat-eating, fur coat wearing animal haters with gasoline tanks in their hands spark in your imagination, don’t worry. It’s not anything like… Read more »

Lumafit Might Just Revolutionize Wearable Fitness Technology

Lumafit

We’re all used to seeing people sporting rubberized fitness wristbands. They track our movements, but these wearable gadgets still have limitations. They can’t necessarily track the intensity of our activity, which can involve multiple variables such as altitude and heart rate. This is where Lumafit comes in: This unique fitness tracker looks more like a… Read more »

Apple iWatch Leading To Medical Hiring Spree At Cupertino HQ

Apple iWatch leads to hiring spree

The Apple iWatch’s pending release is leading the Cupertino company to go on a bit of a hiring spree for medical professionals, according to numerous sources close to the firm. Apple, as always, has kept any official news about the iWatch under wraps, much as it has done with all of its other devices, but… Read more »

Sunglasses To Cure Motion Sickness?

Sunglasses For Motion Sickness Developed By British Farmer

Motion sickness is one of the most common ailments that passengers suffer from, worldwide. But it could be soon a thing of the past owing to some remarkable innovation. A British farmer seems to have developed special sunglasses that can end the ill effects of traveling in a constantly moving vehicle. The farmer, by the… Read more »