Staff Picks

  • Tim Kohut
    Published about a year ago
    Meet MERGE: The Kid-Safe Universal AR/VR Goggles

    Meet MERGE: The Kid-Safe Universal AR/VR Goggles

    It's no secret that AR and VR are all the rage amongst adults, but how can kids get in on the fun? For the latter, this new-ish technology might be a tad difficult to navigate. After all, when I was a kid, I could barely save my Pokemon Red on the GameBoy Color, so I really do feel for the younger crop of children that have difficulty understanding virtual reality. I can barely work my oculus rift, and I'm 26 years old (although I can't say I'm really an adult in anything other than title).
  • Ryan Witt
    Published about a year ago
    Charge Your Devices in Style with the Courant Wireless Charging Station

    Charge Your Devices in Style with the Courant Wireless Charging Station

    I am, admittedly, over prepared, in most cases. It may be because my Gameboy Color died once when I was at after-school care and I had to play Uno until my Dad picked me up, or it may be because I saw a girl swoon over a guy because he had a lighter even though he wasn't smoking. I don't know, I was pretty drunk.
  • Rowan Marley
    Published about a year ago
    Go Minimalist, Turn Three Devices into One with Onelink's Carbon Monoxide Detecting Alexa Speaker

    Go Minimalist, Turn Three Devices into One with Onelink's Carbon Monoxide Detecting Alexa Speaker

    If there's one thing we've all learned to love, it's the invention of the smart home. Smart home AI devices like Alexa let us set the mood in our houses, let us save money on energy expenditures, and even help us make sure we arrive home to a hot meal.
  • Daisy Rowley
    Published 2 years ago
    3 Technologies that Will (Maybe) Play Crucial Roles in Humanity's Future

    3 Technologies that Will (Maybe) Play Crucial Roles in Humanity's Future

    Think about it: for millions of years, humanity's existence was filled with struggles: for survival, for social change, for dominance, and also for science. However, never before has science and technology had such dire significance for humanity.
  • David Wyld
    Published 2 years ago
    The Tale of Boris, the Not So Intelligent Robot

    The Tale of Boris, the Not So Intelligent Robot

    Ah, the Ruskies! They are seemingly everywhere, and seemingly unstoppable these days. They are manipulating our elections, if not our President. They are invading their neighbors and flying bombers to Venezuela. They even have a leader who at 65 still proudly, and often, takes his shirt off in public...
  • Joseph D. N. Kendrick
    Published 2 years ago
    Reasons Why WALNUTT Spectra Mini Is the Smartest and Safest Electric Skateboard

    Reasons Why WALNUTT Spectra Mini Is the Smartest and Safest Electric Skateboard

    Traditional skateboards are on their way out. There, I said it. I'll admit, it sounds a little crazy, but just wait until you get your hands on what's replacing them. The integrated features of WALNUTT skateboards and their accompanying app make them not only safer, but also much more powerful than normal boards. While they won't be replacing all traditional skateboards any time soon, electric skateboards like the WALNUTT Spectra Mini are undeniable evidence of the incredible potential of this high-tech update on the classic vehicle.
  • Jackie Barrows
    Published 2 years ago
    Web Design: When to DIY and When to Hire Out

    Web Design: When to DIY and When to Hire Out

    A good website design wields a lot of power in drawing people to any business. Everything from poignant images and video content to thought-provoking blog posts and a solid merchandise shop provide customers with a happy website experience that keeps them entertained and buying your work.
  • Joseph D. N. Kendrick
    Published 2 years ago
    Reasons Why You Should Learn C++

    Reasons Why You Should Learn C++

    There are few programming languages more versatile than C++. It can be used to develop complex video games, websites, and graphics-heavy phone and desktop apps. Becoming a C++ expert is a steep slope, but there are too many great reasons to learn C++ with potential benefits that are too great to ignore.
  • Milcah Halili
    Published 2 years ago
    An Intro to Ruby, a Newbie-Friendly Programming Language

    An Intro to Ruby, a Newbie-Friendly Programming Language

    For those of you who are intimidated by coding, look no further than the hopeful red glimmer in your career-switching horizon. Ruby is your best friend, grasshopper. It's a programming language that is easy to read because it looks a lot like plain English.