Wearable technology is moving along at a breakneck pace. It seems like only yesterday that the most impressive thing you could have on your a watch was a primitive calculator. And what a thrill that was. But today, your smartwatch can make and receive calls, send text messages, and even let you play games at … Continue reading A Watch That Could Save Your Life
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Are you an avid football fan? Are you anxiously waiting for kick off in the words greatest football tournament? Or do you just enjoy the beautiful game and the thrills and spills it offers up? With Russia ready and waiting to welcome stars like Ronaldo, Messi and Neymar, we’re ready to get in on the … Continue reading Score With The Best 2018 World Cup Apps
When it comes to travel trends, some people like to chill at home, kick back, and not leave the couch for as a long of a stretch as possible. Nearby, generally, will be the latest games, Netflix, and a healthy supply of junk food. And, of course, there is nothing wrong with this. Free time … Continue reading 2018 Pinterest Travel Trends
If you thought there was nothing new that could be found in the human body, you’d be dead wrong. It turns out that a new human organ may have been discovered. Or, to put that in the correct context, you would be dead right. What could happen, however, is that the medical fraternity, or some … Continue reading Has a Doctor ‘Discovered’ A New Organ In Our Bodies?
The Supreme Court has given the go-ahead on sports betting on a state-by-state level. In other words, each state will be able to decide whether or not it will allow sports betting. Naturally there will be a divided opinion. There will be those who rejoice and those who see it as a step in the … Continue reading America Gets the Go Ahead on Sports Betting
Overpopulation is a problem all over the world. More people means more required resources, and there really are only so many resources to go around. However, it has recently been revealed that fewer people than ever before are actively trying to have children, to such an extent that it can be called a growing phenomenon. … Continue reading Opting Out – Why Fewer Women are Having Children
Extra-marital affairs, haemorrhoids, surprise party plans, or financial information – Siri does not care. According to reports and rumours online, if you have secrets, the Apple voice assistant might blab them to all and sundry. No longer are your casino online wins a private affair, your medical conditions something that only you, your doctor and … Continue reading Will Apple Fix Siri’s Blabbing Bug?
Swiss watch brand Hublot has launched its very first smart watch, and we can hardly think of a better marketing campaign more prone to hit that ever-elusive sweet spot than, you guessed it, the 2018 FIFA World Cup! Hublot has officially been appointed time keeper for the upcoming World Cup and the watchmaker has elected … Continue reading Hublot’s New Wear OS Watch Makes A Bang
Biomedical engineers from the University of Sydney may just have come up with technology that is about to make a huge impact in the worldwide medical industry as a whole. Engineers have developed a high-elasticity surgical glue that is proving effective in sealing up even the most toughest and hard-to-close wounds. Best of all? The … Continue reading Sydney Biomedical Experts Changing The Game
It’s true that nothing quite beats a personal touch. As humans, we have the need for personal interaction, or social interaction. Our intense involvement on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter is a prime example of this tendency. When examined a little further, psychologists conclude that despite our propensity to, at times, want to … Continue reading Selfie Medication Measures Personal Accountability