2015 Lexus RX

Stylish, Sporty, and an Easy to Love SUV: The 2015 Lexus RX

When looking for a great luxury SUV, shoppers need look no further than the Lexus RX. The RX offers a very easy to enjoy size and is a great SUV for a family with plenty of space, lots of luxury appointments, a good fuel economy, and flexible cargo space. With 2015 being its sixteenth year, the RX has built a good reputation for reliability and is recommended by Consumer Reports as a great buy amongst luxury SUV’s. With the top sales in the US last year, reaching over 100,000, the RX has placed itself at the top for what consumers are looking … [Read More...]

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Single molecule technology could revolutionize flash storage

Single molecule technology could revolutionize flash storage

Moore’s law, named after one of the co-founders of Intel, states that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit will double approximately every two years. Unfortunately, as features on chips continue to shrink, there comes a point where we begin to bump against basic physics, according … [Read More...]

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Tooth of 140-million-year-old dinosaur discovered in Malaysia

Tooth of 140-million-year-old dinosaur discovered in Malaysia

Scientists in Malaysia have discovered a tooth that’s believed to have belonged to a dinosaur that walked the earth around 140 million years ago, and they’re hoping to discover the remains of the dinosaurs body somewhere near where they discovered the tooth. A palaeontologist says the country could … [Read More...]

World’s first glowing bike path opens in the Netherlands

World’s first glowing bike path opens in the Netherlands

Cyclists in the Dutch town of Nuenen are finally able to ride on a special bike path that’s been in the works for months. What’s so special about this bike path, and why did it take so long? Well, this particular bike path is the product of a collaboration between a designer and a construction … [Read More...]

IBM’s Watson AI will give health advice based on your DNA

IBM’s Watson AI will give health advice based on your DNA

Personal health has become the latest battleground for technology giants, from apps that track your eating habits to wearable gadgets that help you exercise, companies such as Apple and Google are touting the benefits of their health-centric technology. All of that seems gimmicky to IBM, however, as … [Read More...]

Google quadruples the prize money for the “Nobel Prize in Computing”

Google quadruples the prize money for the “Nobel Prize in Computing”

The Association for Computing Machinery has announced that the annual AM Turing Award, often referred to as the Nobel Prize in Computing, will now come with a $1 million award thanks to Google, according to The Boston Globe. Both Google and Intel have funded a $250,000 prize for the award since … [Read More...]

Amazon is looking for drone testing pilots in the UK

Amazon is looking for drone testing pilots in the UK

Amazon announced its ambitious plans for special package delivery drones, a project known as Amazon Prime Air, late last year but hasn’t had much to say about the project since then, until now that is. The project has numerous obstacles to overcome, but the American e-commerce giant is making … [Read More...]

Major automakers pledge to limit the amount of data they collect on drivers

Major automakers pledge to limit the amount of data they collect on drivers

It’s not just our phones that’re getting smarter these days, everything from home appliances to cars are becoming more technologically advanced and connected through the internet. So if we need to worry about too much of our information being collected through our computers and our smartphones, … [Read More...]

Harvard expands its computer science department with help from Steve Ballmer

Harvard expands its computer science department with help from Steve Ballmer

Steve Baller, the former CEO of Microsoft, has made a massive gift to his alma mater, Harvard, that will enable the renowned university to double its computer science faculty by adding a dozen new professors. Ballmer tells The Harvard Crimson that he hopes the donation will help Harvard’s computer … [Read More...]

DJI announces its impressive new mid-range consumer drone

DJI announces its impressive new mid-range consumer drone

There’re plenty of personal drones on the market for hobbyists and professionals, but very few of them are geared towards both types of consumers. Perhaps you want a quadcopter that can shoot professional-grade footage at a comparatively affordable price. If this is the case, then you need look no … [Read More...]

Boehner refuses to let the “Internet Sales Tax” pass this year

Boehner refuses to let the “Internet Sales Tax” pass this year

Despite being passed by a string majority of the United States Senate over a year ago, a sales tax on online sales is still far from imminent. House Speaker John Boehner made his opposition to the measure quite clear this week, according to The Wall Street Journal. The  Marketplace Fairness Act … [Read More...]

Chinese hackers breached the federal weather network

Chinese hackers breached the federal weather network

When a few weather satellites owned by the National Weather Service went offline last month, many suspected that it was simply another technical glitch. They were wrong. Mashable reports that the outage was actually due to an "an Internet-sourced attack," according to Scott Smullen, a spokesperson … [Read More...]