Engineering student Gihan Amarasiriwardena was frustrated that stiff suit jackets didn't complement the sweaty and strenuous task of commuting by bike. He resolved to find a way to wear business clothing while keeping the body cool and active.
Amazon.com has enjoyed considerable stock market growth in recent years with the growing popularity of the online retailer extraordinaire. At the beginning of 2012, it seemed the company could do no wrong with a net income of $0.28 per share, beating many analysts' expectations. However, little more than a year later, recent data has increased investors' concerns over what seems like a rapidly growing trend: declining profits.
Despite the thousands of diet pills and exercise machines currently in existence, an emerging invention is gaining importance in the weight loss industry. A new fork, the "HapiFork," helps users count calories by monitoring how fast they're eating and then signaling when they consume more than one bite in the span of ten seconds.
When last Thursday's episode "Shooting Star" featured a school shooting, there was predictably an enormous amount of uproar that was only magnified by the still-fresh memory of the tragic elementary school shooting in Newtown, Conn.
With the proliferation of smart phones, data plans and social media in the past few years, Facebook users will initially be thrilled at the idea of connecting these three things together in Facebook Home, the new application that will move Facebook to the center of your phone.
Google recently accidentally revealed that they will be expanding the high-speed internet project Google Fiber to Austin, Texas next. This is a significant expansion that represents Google's intent to continue the Google Fiber project.
Well no, Audrey Hepburn isn't really alive again but anyone can easily be deceived by the recent Galaxy Chocolate commercial, which has some uneasy over its morality and others ecstatic about the technology.
For iPhone users, the currently pending Apple privacy lawsuit is particularly unsettling.
Every push for innovation has its costs and if we overlook the consequences, our own intellect becomes a double-edged sword in making progress.
Sony has come in second in announcing their new console (after Nintendo announced theirs last year), which will be released this holiday season, but how they will compete remains to be seen.
On Friday, a ten-ton meteor shattered over Russia's Ural Mountains.
The newest smartphone on the market, the Blackberry Z10, was just released in the United Kingdom and is set to be released this March in the US.
When computer users periodically check up on their Norton AntiVirus and McAfee scanners, they may think they are safe from all cyber threats. However, cyber security extends beyond protection from viruses found on home computers.
Many police forces all around the country are using social media pages to investigate criminal activity.
Congress needs to vote to extend the PTC in order to ensure that such an economically and environmentally beneficial industry remains afloat in 2013.
The Now Network has been through turmoil in the last several years. They bought Nextel in 2007 and rolled out the first 4G network in America based on the network of another company, Clearwire.
The video, "Meet Porter: The World's First Driving Dog," has gained over five million views in a little over a week.
Apple recently began shipping their new 2012 iMac desktop computers and they came with a surprise in the packaging; the new iMacs are "assembled in the U.S.A.," which is a huge step forward for the tech industry.
When imagining a hacker, people are typically inclined to picture a 20-year-old computer nerd breaking through firewalls and posting nasty messages on company websites simply for their own pleasure.
With sites such as Google monitoring every click we make, computer viruses evolving and becoming more difficult to get rid of, our privacy is in no doubt at risk if we don't know how to protect ourselves.
We all know that students get in trouble for text messaging during class, but imagine having to pay a $250 million fine for texting.
October was an extremely exciting month, to say the least, in terms of technology. The iPad mini, Nexus 10, Microsoft Surface; it's hard to keep track of these new gadgets, but SCO is here to help.
Gear up readers, Sandy's attacking the East Coast.
Last year, the internet managed to gloriously thwart the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement Act (ACTA).
In an attempt to monetize the company, Facebook has recently introduced a way users can buy and send gifts for their friends through the site.
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