Technology Timeline

Porsche 918 Spyder Goes Up In Flames In Ontario

Porsche 918 Spyder engulfed

A total of 918 Porsche 918 Spyder supercars will ever be made, but now, there are 917 as one went up in flames in Canada on Sunday. Witnesses say that a fuel spill hit the hot exhaust of the car and it went up in flames. Luckily, no one seemed to have been injured in… Read more »

The Next Ice Bucket Challenge Is To Create The Next Ice Bucket Challenge

Tara Reid takes ice bucket challenge

The “ice bucket challenge” has raised more than $100 million dollars for the ALS Association. The charity group raises funds for awareness campaigns, research, and more for the debilitating illness most well-known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. The ice bucket challenge has been a rousing success by nearly any measure you wish to use. Spinoffs and… Read more »

New Aquatic Robots Designed To Patrol Nation’s Ports

Smuggling Robot

Engineers at MIT have developed an aquatic robot that will make it extremely difficult for smugglers to hide contraband in the hulls of ships. Looking something like a bowling ball, the aquatic robot is “printed out” on a 3D printer and can be made for around $600. Sampriti Bhattacharyya, a graduate student in mechanical engineering… Read more »

iOS 8 Problems Include Battery Drain, WiFi Issues

iOS 8 problems include battery drain

While much excitement has surrounded Apple’s new operating system, there are plenty of iOS 8 problems already popping up. The OS that was specifically designed to go along with the iPhone 6 has quite a few benefits, such as improved camera use. Unfortunately, some people are claiming their batteries are draining too quickly while also… Read more »

iPhone 6 Apps You Must Have For Your New Phone


With the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus now available for sale in the United States, Australia and other markets around the world, the focus now turns to apps on the phones. CNN put together a list of what it said were the six must-have apps for the new iPhones, along with descriptions of… Read more »

Steve Jobs Just Might Have Been Wrong About Bigger iPhones

Steve Jobs was wrong about iphone 6

Steve Jobs might not have wanted the larger screen sizes of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but it seems Apple fans don’t agree with the tech visionary. Phablets have been a growing trend in the American tech market for years now, and Jobs had kept Apple out of the larger screen race. As… Read more »

iPhone Lines Are No Longer Just Apple Enthusiasts


By now, you have likely seen the video of the poor man in Perth, Western Australia, who was among the first in the world to get his hands on an iPhone 6 and dropped it on live television for the world to see. iPhone lines such as the one he undoubtedly stood in for hours… Read more »

Netflix HTML 5 Is Coming to Linux Soon

Netflix PlayStation and Xbox Usage Drops

Netflix HTML 5 is coming to Linux desktop computers soon. While this may not be an earth shattering revelation for most readers, Linux is what lies at the heart of many devices you likely own including the Roku, of which you can read The Inquisitr‘s review of here, many GPS devices, and of course Android…. Read more »

Rumors Fly For The 2016 Mazda Miata

Mazda Miata

When the all-new and much-anticipated 2016 Mazda Miata was finally unveiled early this month at a simulcast event held globally, Mazda showed off the car, threw out some keywords, and then evaded all questions that steered away from the car’s look and style. The unveil of the new Miata was, according to Car News Cafe,… Read more »

The Internet Is Now One Billion Websites Deep

One Billion Websites

Have you ever wondered, “How big is the internet?” Well, according to the New York Daily News, the internet now contains a whopping one billion websites. This figure comes from Internet Live Stats, a real-time monitor that tracks the number of websites on the internet. As of the afternoon of Wednesday, September 17, the internet… Read more »