CES 2015 Kicks Off With Major Fanfare

It is that time of year again, when the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in Las Vegas, Nevada. For months, speculation has been hot as the most tech obsessed among us try and sniff out the gadgets set to be unveiled by the world's most popular brands.

Twitter Opens its Archives to Users for Search

Twitter, the Internet’s most popular source for instant-information, is now letting users go back to find old tweets. The social media platform is best known for its brief and fleeting updates..

5 Apps That Make You Feel Like A Superhero

In hopes that some of our readers share my juvenile obsession, here are five mobile apps that can make you feel like a bit of a superhero. You don't even need to be bitten by a radioactive spider to use them.

FCC’s Tom Wheeler Announces Major Proposal For Net Neutrality

After more than a decade of squabbling, shady loopholes and uncertain policies, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has released his new proposal strongly supporting Net Neutrality. The move was expected, but...

Google Announces Project Ara, The First Swappable Module Phone

In a world where apps allow for greater control over smartphones, people have some to expect adaptability in their devices. Google has decided to takes things a few steps further, Project Ara gives users the ability to quickly switch out actual hardware

Sony Introduces New Walkman (That You’d Have To Be Crazy To Buy)

Anyone who has any semblance of interest in modern technology had an inkling that Sony would be introducing a new Walkman device at the CES 2015 conference this year.

4 Things That Happened This Week In The Tech World You Want To Know...

The tech world moves fast, and unless you are paying close attention you could miss some pretty cool advances or changes in the industry. Google, Facebook and Apple all had..

Artificial Intelligence: Why Something So Far Off Is So Relevant Now

Some of the greatest minds of the modern age are terrified of artificial intelligence, and what it could mean for our planet. But are they right to be concerned now, when such technology is still in the beginning stages of automation like the JIBO robot, and Cortana?

Toyota’s Car of the Future Revealed: the Hydrogen-Fuel Cell “Mirai”

Toyota revealed its zero-emissions hydrogen-powered car, the Mirai, this week. As one of the first attempts to create a mass-market vehicle that emits only water vapor, the Mirai (Japanese for “future”) is another step forward from the same company that introduced the now widely-popular Prius.

Crowdfunded Projects That Prove The Future Of Robotics Is Upon Us

Crowdfunded projects involving robots are especially exciting. Not only are they consumer-focused, but they are independently crafted and sold by small studios working on the tech. These four Kickstarter and IndieGoGo robots show just how far things have come.

Best Tablets To Buy In 2015

The year 2015 is already proving to be a good one for tablets, and these are some of the best to get in the next twelve months.

3 Tech Events To Keep Your Eye On For 2015

There are still a few tech events that you can keep an eye on, and at the very least they should provide a fascinating glance into where we stand as technology jumps forward in incredible ways.

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Squats are a very misunderstood exercise. The thought that they cause injury has been tossed around since the 1950’s. It is rumored that the squats' reputation went south after the US Army banned them in the 1960’s.