Articles in the category Mobile
There’s no doubt that the 2018 midterms will go down in history as one of our country’s most record-breaking elections, and those who voted should be incredibly proud of the results. For the first time, a country that was built by immigrants has some diversity within its government, and big changes are on the horizon. Even […]
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Voice assistants technically started when satellite-based radionavigation systems began instructing us where to go, and at times steering us to the edges of steep high-faces of rock and into rivers.
While some believe that Melania Trump is being locked away in the White House by her husband like some kind of Disney princess, others believe she might actually be trolling the president on a regular basis. Not just trolling him on Twitter either, but she has taken things out of the internet world and into […]
What is the deal with smartphones by the way? It seems their most glaring issue ever since the first generation of devices is still there: they are fragile. One accidental drop face-down on an asphalt road and you can kiss that pristine minimalism goodbye. They also bend like crazy. I miss the good old days of the […]
These days, it’s virtually impossible to survive without a smart phone. They’re basically like a mini personal assistant that does everything from track the number of steps you’ve walked in a day, to help you pay for items on the go, and even wake you up in the morning.
Snack and Jurassic Park fans alike are going crazy for this dino-sized dorito. The nacho-cheese flavoured chip has been created in partnership with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the latest film in the franchise, and fans are bidding thousands online for the chance to sink their teeth into it.
Written by Maggie Silver all the way back in 2011, the Center for Disease Control’s Zombie Preparedness Comic arrived with a murmur of appreciation from the general public. That may not sound like much, but when it comes to the government’s attempts to relate information to the average person, any reaction from the public booms […]
Windows rolled down and tunes blasting, the bus races down the highway on another beautiful day. “FOLLOW ME TO MEXICO,” it says on the back windshield. Is it a party bus taking people to a land of margaritas? No. On the contrary, the bus is owned by a man named Michael Williams, who’s running for […]