Target Registers Hit With Nationwide Outage

A retail giant like Target wouldn’t probably want the registers at all of its locations across the country to freeze up at the same time but that’s precisely what happened yesterday. Due to a technical glitch, Target registers across the country suffered an outage for almost two hours during mid-day. Customers were thus prevented from making purchases even in self-checkout lines.

NASA Estimates Moon Landing Could Cost Between $20 To $30 Billion

NASA has already made its intention public of putting American astronauts back on the moon. It aims to do that by 2024 and the agency has now started to provide an idea of just how much it’s going to actually cost to do that. NASA administrator says that the next moon landing could cost between $20 to $30 billion.

Verizon To Connect NBA Arenas With Fiber Network For 1080p Broadcasts

NBA broadcasts are about to get an upgrade. Verizon has announced that it has reached an agreement with the National Basketball Association to create a high-speed network which will connect all 29 arenas that host NBA teams with Verizon’s fiber network in order to provide fans with high quality video. This improved network capability will enable the NBA to offer 1080p resolution on all broadcasts while also being able to […]

Walmart Offers Unlimited Grocery Delivery For $98 Per Year

Walmart is now offering an Unlimited Grocery Delivery subscription service for its customers called Delivery Unlimited. It’s an expansion of Walmart’s current delivery and order pickup service. For $98 per year, Walmart will provide unlimited grocery deliveries through the Delivery Unlimited service.


U.S. Reportedly Planted Offensive Malware In Russia’s Electrical Grid

The United States elevated the role of its Cyber Command last year and vowed to respond aggressively to cyberwarfare threats from its rivals. According to a new report, the United States has been able to plant offensive malware in Russia’s power grid. That’s seen to be a much more aggressive response compared to the reconnaissance malware that has been planted in the grid since at least 2012.

Baby Confuses Her Name For Alexa Because Her Parents Use Amazon’s Alexa Too Much

When the world was introduced to smart speakers with built-in digital assistants, there were some concerns about the technology, such as how much of what we say to it is recorded, and whether or not these devices are spying on us. However, it turns out that there might be another problem we didn’t quite anticipate.

Hot Wheels With NFC Is The Childhood We Wished We Had

Back in the day, our toys were relatively low-tech where they were pretty much what they came out of the box of. These days, toys have become considerably more complex and sophisticated, and Mattel is certainly making us wish that we had some of them back in the day by launching the Hot Wheels Smart Track Kit.

Fake Amusement Park Viral Video Shows Why We Can’t Believe What We See Online

Amusement park rides these days are becoming more creative and daring than ever, which is why it wasn’t that hard to believe a viral video that has been making its rounds. For those unfamiliar, there was a recent video showing a ride at an amusement park in Seoul, South Korea dubbed the Gyro Drop.

Facebook Wants To Make Public Comments Feel More Meaningful

If you’ve ever gone through the comments on a public Facebook post, it can sometimes feel like it is the perfect example of everything wrong about the internet and social media these days. This is why Facebook has recently announced an initiative in which they are hoping that they can make public comments feel more meaningful.

Lenovo ThinkPad P1: The Workstation Version of X1 Extreme

Lenovo is busy launching new professional products this week, and the ThinkPad P1 is the laptop that we like the most.

Tesla Wants To Bring YouTube To Its Cars

Our cars are designed to take us from Point A to Point B, but it seems that in a bid to perhaps shake up the way we drive and how we view our cars, Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk has been coming up with some pretty novel ideas. For example, it wasn’t too long ago that he announced that Cuphead would be playable in Tesla’s cars. He also recently revealed that […]

12-Year Old Girl Invents An Ingenious Way Of Making IV Drips Less Scary For Kids

Even as adults, going in for a medical procedure can be nerve-wracking, so we imagine that doing so as kids can be even more scary, especially if they don’t quite understand what’s going on. That was exactly how Ella Casano felt when she had to go in for medical procedures when she was as young as seven due to an autoimmune disease called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura.

Google Releases Free Drag-And-Drop Tool That Lets You Build 3D Games

Developers of video games have a pretty tough job. This is because there’s really no way to fully satisfy each and every single gamer out there, where even highly-rated games will always have gamers who will complain about something, about features that should be changed, and so on.

Xbox Boss Shows Camaraderie By Saying E3 Isn’t As Good Without Sony’s Presence

It’s no secret that as far as consoles are concerned, Microsoft and Sony are rivals with their Xbox and PlayStation platforms respectively. For years, both companies have enjoyed a healthy rivalry and it shows, especially this year where Xbox boss Phil Spencer showed his competition some camaraderie.