New York is against second-hand smoke of any kind; even beneficiaries of the state’s new medical marijuana law will need to avoid lighting up. Government restrictions do allow vaporizers, however, which got their (legal) start with tobacco and are about to become big business in NY.
We’re not even going to suggest that you pretend to act surprised, but Amazon on Wednesday finally took the wraps off of one of the worst kept secrets in the industry: the Fire Phone. The phone has been in development for years and rumors have been bouncing around since 2012.
The developers behind numerous third-party keyboards for Android rejoiced at Apple’s announcement that iOS 8 would allow them to expand their reaches to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch communities, and now, TouchPal has thrown its hat into the ring … Continue reading →
It seems like something out of Star Trek, but a team at NASA is hard at work on developing real warp drive (or faster-than-light travel), and artist renderings of the proposed ship look stunning. In 2010, Dr.
On the surface, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference last week was all about new developer tools—well, that and some upcoming features in Mac OS X and iOS, its computer and handheld operating systems.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One may still be in relative infancy given the life cycles of previous-gen machines, but in this fast-moving culture of technology, folks are always looking ahead to what’s next.
With Apple having announced iOS 8 and subsequently rolled out the first beta over the past couple of days, it’s no surprise to see that users have flocked to download and checkout some of the new features.
If you’ve deleted the recovery partition on your Mac, you might find yourself unable to use certain features, like FileVault and Find My Mac. Recovery Partition Creator is a simple script that will bring it back.
If you’ve been holding out for a Retina iMac, the wait may be almost over. First spotted in the latest Mountain Lion developer beta, code has now been uncovered in OS X Yosemite that references new resolutions for what would be a Retina display-equipped iMac.