The Grand Tour Gets Renewed For Season 4 But With One Major Change

Top Gear trio – Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May – landed on Amazon with a new car show after their exit from BBC. The Grand Tour’s first season had the gang in a massive tent shifting locations every episode. They opted to hunker down in a single location for the second season but retained many aspects of the first season. Amid rumors that the show would be canceled […]


Mars Orbiter Spots NASA’s InSight Lander From Space

Many of us have been fascinated by the journey of NASA’s InSight lander. It landed on Mars a couple of weeks ago after spending around six months traveling through space. The robot’s precise location within the Elysium Planitia is now known as it has been spotted by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter from space.


YouTube Has Removed 1.6 Million Channels In Q3 2018

Given that just about anyone can make a YouTube channels with a few clicks of a button, it’s not surprising that many have taken advantage of this to create spam channels that are filled with fake, spam, or misleading content. Thankfully YouTube seems to be on top of things because according to the company’s latest transparency report, they have deleted 1.6 million channels in Q3 2018 alone.


Steve Jobs Business Card Sells For $6,000 At Auction

Memorabilia of famous people have typically sold for a lot of money, and recently that has been proven once again because during an auction, a business card of the late co-founder of Apple Steve Jobs has managed to sell for a whopping $6,000, or to be more specific, it managed to fetch a cool $6,259.


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IMAX To Shutter Its Remaining VR Centers

Watching a movie in IMAX is a pretty amazing experience on its own, but several years ago the company tried to expand that experience by introducing virtual reality (VR). Unfortunately it looks like IMAX’s VR experiment is coming to an end, according to a report from Variety in which IMAX confirmed that they would be shutting down it remaining VR centers.


Some Of 2018’s ‘Worst Passwords Of The Year’ Remain Unchanged

For the past few years, SplashData has shared what the worst passwords of the year have been. You would think that with such information being made available, and all the security breaches we’ve seen, that users would be more diligent about selecting stronger passwords to protect their accounts.


Facebook Flaw Might Have Exposed Unposted Photos From Users

Considering how much Facebook knows about us, you would think that with so much personal details about its users, the company would be more careful about who has access to it. Unfortunately according to a report from TechCrunch, it seems that a flaw might have accidentally exposed millions of unposted photos.


Vending Machine Pops Up In Los Angeles, Lets You Buy Instagram Followers

The concept of purchasing followers for your social media profile to come across more popular than you really are isn’t new, and now a vending machine has popped up in popular tourists locations in Los Angeles, California where for $10, you can actually purchase yourself 1,000 fake followers.


Uber Eats Will Now Deliver Your Starbucks In 2019

Starbucks already allows users several ways of ordering their coffee. They can do so the normal way by going to a store and placing their order. However if they’re too busy, they can also make an order via the Starbucks app and pick it up when they arrive. However if you’re really too busy (or too lazy) to make a trip to the store, you can start relying on Uber […]


Epic Removes ‘Infinity Blade’ From Fortnite For Being OP

Following the announcement that Epic would be pulling the Infinity Blade trilogy from the iOS App Store, the company later announced that the Infinity Blade weapon would find a new home in Fortnite Battle Royale. It was Epic’s way of paying tribute to the franchise and it seemed like a rather fitting tribute.


Henry Cavill Reportedly Still Keeping His Role As Superman

Several months ago, there was a report that suggested that actor Henry Cavill was done playing as Superman. Combine that with reports of Ben Affleck also apparently done in his role as Batman, it felt like the DCEU was in a bit of trouble as two of its stars and admittedly the more popular heroes could be on their way out.


Tumblr Finally Returns To The iOS App Store

It has been a month or so since Tumblr was removed from the iOS App Store over certain pornographic content. For those who are looking to use the Tumblr app on their phones again (assuming you did not download it earlier), you’ll be pleased to learn that Tumblr’s app is once again available from the iOS App Store.


Tynker Junior Uses Games To Help Kids Understand Coding Fundamentals

There are multiple programming languages out there today depending on which platform you are coding on. However underlying all those languages is a fundamental concept which involves being able to understand problem solving, and that’s what Tynker is hoping to impart with its new app Tynker Junior.


Google Pledges Not To Sell Its Facial Recognition Technology (For Now)

Companies like Google have developed a variety of hi-tech tools, and just like tool like a hammer or a knife, what it can be used for is up to the person using it, although admittedly sometimes certain tools do seem ripe for abuse. So much so that Google has announced that they will be holding off on selling their facial recognition technology.