25 Most Desired Companies to Work for in 2017

Which companies do people want to work for these days? This is the very question LinkedIn attempted to answer in their recent top companies of 2017 report. They collected data from their job site of over 500 million members. They found the top 50 companies that most US members wanted to work for. LinkedIn checked interest in the company’s...

Top 13 Highest Paying Developer Jobs in 2017

A recent survey by Stack Overflow has managed to find the 13 highest paying developer jobs across the world. These chaps have provided this data every year since 2011. The current survey represents that largest group of respondents for Stack Overflow in their history. A staggering 64,000 developers took their annual survey.Stack Overflow is the world’s biggest and...

America’s First Wooden Skyscraper Is Approved For Construction

The design for a 12-storey wooden skyscraper has been approved and is awaiting permits in Portland, Oregon. The building called, Framework, will be constructed from cross-laminated timber and will be the tallest wooden structure in the United States.Design awaiting building permitsThe design for the 43-meter wooden skyscraper has been approved for construction but contractors must wait for building...

Legend Henrik Fisker Reveals His Tesla Rival That Can Charge in Just 9 Minutes

Henrik Fisker, entrepreneur, and acclaimed automotive designer has revealed new photos of the world’s most advanced electric vehicle called the Fisker EMotion. The luxurious vehicle employs advanced battery technology that would innovate the current battery packs used in electric cars.Fisker EMotion: World’s most advanced EV. 400 mile + range, 9 min fast charging, autonomous & connected. Very proud of...

Meet the World’s Thinnest Foldable Keyboard for Mobile Devices

There are foldable keyboards and the there is THE foldable keyboard. Wekey has raised the bar in foldable keyboards forever with its totally refined design and functionality.  Foldable keyboards can seem a little gimmicky, but for dedicated tablet users who value portability and lightness, they are an essential part of their gadget kit.Wekey seems to have really redesigned the ordinary...

Even This AI Machine Found China’s College Entrance Exam Difficult

An AI machine passed China’s super difficult college entrance exam, but this time its human competitors were better!The machine called AI-Maths, made of 11 servers, took part in the national exam last week. It was joined by 10 million high school students. AI-Maths got a total score of 150 points from the maximum 150 the first time it sat...

Tesla Model X Is Officially the Highest Safety Rated SUV with 5 Stars

Tesla Model X is officially the highest safety rated SUV receiving 5-star rating in every safety category. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has confirmed the electric car has received a 5-star rating in every category and subcategory after the first crash test videos were released today. The NHTSA conducted the first independent crash test of the Tesla Model...

Watch Live as NASA Creates Colorful Fake Clouds in the Night Sky

If you are on the East Coast of the US get ready tonight as NASA organizes its sixth attempt at a rocket launch that will create colorful vapor clouds. The US space agency will send a rocket up to create artificial, colorful clouds as a method to study auroras and the ionosphere. The most recent attempt was dumped last...

Line-X: The Spray That Can Make Anything Indestructible

A unique spray coating developed by Line-X has the incredible capacity to enable almost anything to become seemingly indestructible!Line-X is an industry leader in tough materials and has been for the last 20 years. Their line of virtually indestructible spray on coatings is no exception. The spray is an amazing chemical concoction that binds onto almost any material,...

Nuclear Meltdown: What Would Happen in the Worst Case Scenario?

Currently, there are 438 nuclear power reactors in operation in the world today. Two are currently being decommissioned, yet 71 are undergoing construction. Together, they generate almost 400,000 MWe of power. In 2014, nuclear reactors produced over 11% of the entire world’s energy production. All that power coming from a radioactive source begs the important question: What would happen during a nuclear meltdown?There are...