June 26, 2019
  • 11:46 am Breaking Apart That Anti-Good Omens Campaign
  • 10:38 pm Chernobyl’s Hot Zone: A Sleepy Summer Finds Drama in a New Genre
  • 11:10 am HBO Reminds Fans That It Has Other Stuff Besides GOT
  • 12:21 am On The Good Fight, Even Ball Lightning is Partisan
  • 9:22 pm CNN’s Hiring of Sarah Isgur is a Travesty

In a lackluster media event focusing on future hardware options. Google finally pivoted to the smart home. While the media was primarily focused on Google’s low-end VR Headset Daydream. The Google Home is the smarthome accessory that immediately gained my attention. The cute little device is only $130 and aims to be Amazon Echo’s first major competition.  In […]

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Called Positive Train Control, otherwise known as PTC, it allows the train to automatically slow down if the system alerts them a train is going too fast. After a deadly crash in Hoboken New Jersey, new questions are being raised about why this train didn’t have automation technology that we all know exists. Well it turns […]

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Two giant companies have been unable to adapt in the internet age. Early favorites Yahoo and Blackberry are on a downhill spiral to becoming worthless brand names of the bygone dot-com era. There were points in history where Yahoo and Blackberry were both on top of the world. In numbers, popularity, and market value. Everyone […]

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Google and Salesforce are among those companies that are looking at buying Twitter. The option really makes the most sense for Google. As Microsoft just bought Linkedin, Google has to do something to fortify itself in the social market or it’s going to be left in the dust. I honestly know more people who use […]

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As Reddit fan theories about the cult hacker series suggest. There are definitely some strange allusions to Science Fiction in the show. Furthermore, Mr. Robot seems to be hinting at it’s biggest plot point yet: Is Time Travel involved? If you couldn’t quite put your fingers on what Mr. Robot is about, no one else really knows […]

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  Uber’s Driverless cars go wild! This is the first real test the technology will go through as it works in the real world. We’ll be able to keep track of how the cars work and what they will do with the very many obstacles of not being controlled in a lab, or a park, […]

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  Yes, that’s the headline and I’m sticking with it. What’s it all about though and is it even a legitimate claim? A Russian Cyber Espionage Group known as Fancy Bears took responsibility for hacking sensitive medical records from US Olympians from The World Anti-Doping Agency. Now there seems to be some confusion on what some […]

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  The Printing business has been good to HP. So much so that they are buying more Printer businesses from Samsung.   Valued at $1.05 Billion, the deal is set to go through sometime next year. The WSJ reports. 

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The Federal Government just told Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owners that they shouldn’t even turn on their new devices. Why? well it all seems due to faulty batteries that catch on fire. Samsung is dealing with the image issues as it deals with massive drops in stock and the heavy loss $10 Billion loss that comes […]

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  Looks to disrupt the headphone market? Honestly I see great potential for that, but really? It’s hardly an innovative and/or fancy goal. It will be easily done too. I mean, I barely use headphones with a wire anymore, unless I’m watching a movie on my home theater PC. Who else feel underwhelmed by this […]

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