Google Bans The Disconnect App From The Play Store

Google has banned the Disconnect Android app from the Google Play app store. Disconnect is an app available for iOS, Android, and PCs which is touted as a privacy protection tool that prevents apps and websites from collecting excessive amounts of your personal data. Google stated that it violates their policy which prohibits interference with…

Cloud Computing May Have A Cloudy Future

‘Cloudy’ in this case means uncertain, not dark. Before I get started, cloud storage is one thing, cloud computing is another. Cloud storage enables you to conveniently access files uploaded to it wherever you have internet access. Cloud computing involves remotely using another computer via a technology somewhat similar to a dummy terminal. This dummy…

This is Project Wing, Google's drone delivery system.

Google Drone Delivery: Is This A Good Idea?

In the Australian Outback, Google has been testing a drone delivery project called Project Wing. This is a project of Google[x], which is dedicated to major technological advancements. ‘Australia’s rolling hills, open sky and long-standing history of innovation with UAVs provided the perfect opportunity to safely put our prototype vehicles and delivery system through their…

Toshiba 17.3" laptop | front view | open

Toshiba L875D Laptop Computer Review

This is the long-term review of a Toshiba Satellite L875D-S7135 (PSKFQU-03X003) notebook computer I purchased in November 2013. Convenience Whenever shopping for laptops, I carefully choose them based on their screen size, keyboard size, keyboard type, battery life, and of course, their performance specifications. Bear in mind that everyone has their preferences, as well as…

Guess The New iPhone Technology Apple Invented

According to AppleInsider, Apple has patented a technology which could help you to find back your car in parking lots. Conveniently, this iPhone technology enables you to locate your parking space without a GPS signal or internet connection. This is certainly refreshing, coming from someone whose tablet becomes almost useless the moment his internet connection…