Tech & Gaming
A new, probably-not-very-scientific poll suggests that users of Internet Explorer have below-average intelligence compared to users of Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
Two white hat hackers (meaning they don’t hack maliciously, but work with company to repair security flaws) discovered they could use their phones to hack into a networked car, unlock the doors and start the car.
For years, there have been studies regarding the link between cell phones and cancer. The most recent says there is no evidence to support this theory.
Working from Einstein’s theory that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, physicists in Hong Kong say they’ve proven that time travel is impossible.
A new study finds that, more and more, our use of technology looks like addiction.
The TSA has repeatedly come under fire in the past couple years, specifically for their body scanners that some believed a violation of privacy. Well, they’ve now made a compromise travelers can be happy with: full-body scanners that still supply a thorough outline without exposing a naked image
If you currently have an older version of Apple’s Mac OS X, you might be interested to know the latest version, dubbed Lion, is now available from the Mac App Store for $30.
It’s unlikely that a human being would survive a skydiving accident—but their iPhone might. Such was the case when Jarrod McKinney’s iPhone 4 fell out of his pocket at 13,500 feet.
Jett Farrell-Vega writes about the Assassin’s Creed series and the difficult questions it can raise about the Christian faith.
Using computers is changing how our memories work.
Google has officially launched What Do You Love?, which is basically a more thorough version of the regular Google search engine. Rather than receiving only top search results, you’ll get a customized page that pulls together maps, products, group discussions, contacts, videos and other resources related to your interest.
Netflix gave some of its customers a rude surprise late yesterday when they unveiled a new pricing structure that raises the price of a DVD and streaming plan to almost $16 per month.
Barnes and Noble’s Nook Color has officially dethroned Amazon.com’s Kindle as the most popular e-reader.
Facebook had techies drooling in anticipation of an awesome announcement yesterday. The big reveal? Skype video will now be integrated into Facebook Chat, and liking, posting and commenting can now occur within the chat interface.
New technology in South Korea makes it possible to shop for groceries while you wait for your subway. Giant, billboard-sized installations display products like you would see them on a store shelf.
If you’re thinking about joining Verizon, you might want to weigh your options. The carrier has debuted new, tiered pricing for their data plan.
Remember the days before the Chevy Volt was ever a twinkle in GM’s eye, before…
Japan forced to restrict power usage after the loss of the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant hit by the massive March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
No matter how you look at it, space is fascinating—and pretty big. This slideshow uses object comparisons, charts and stunning photographs to show just how expansive the size and scope of the universe is.
The new, all-electric Superbus, developed by former astronaut Wubbo Ockels, is a 23-passenger bus that has a possible top speed of 155 mph.
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Drew Dixon writes a column for RELEVANT about the new sequel to Portal and what video games can teach us about real life.
Let’s face it: cable and satellite TV have gotten too expensive. They keep going up…
With all due respect to the iPad 2, the coolest gadget of 2011 so far…
Vinyl has once again become the coolest way to listen to music (except for you…
Apple fanatics are in a frenzy (though when are they not?) over what is believed to be an unreleased version of the iPad that appeared at a News Corps press conference on Wednesday.
Johnmark Smith writes a blog for RELEVANT about how he learned to admit his addiction to video games—and how God redeemed them.
Normally we wouldn’t say anything about something as mundane as an iPad cover … but this one transcends the mundanity.
Remember that fancy HDTV you just bought? You know, the one you saved for just…
Drew Dixon writes a blog for RELEVANT about the game Red Dead Redemption, and what it says about sin, redemption and sympathy.
If you’re going to Israel and you want to show off your shiny new iPad, you might want to think again. Israel has banned the sale and import of the new Apple product for not complying with the country’s network rules …
Drew Dixon writes for RELEVANT about what our fixation with sports video games and competition says about us.
Chris Haw writes a piece for RELEVANT looking at why Christians ought to be hesitant about the next big thing in technology.
A group of researchers thinks it may have found an exciting new way to treat…
This article looks at "smart traffic grids" and how they could save fuel by automatically…
MySpace has begun selling user data, including blog posts, photos and status updates. It’s within…