Learning how to fly a drone is scary
. First of all drones are scary. They have a bad habit of falling out of the sky and into the stands of very important tennis matches
. But flying in general is scary because, well,
Before you go buy a tablet, you should ask this question, "what am I going to use this tablet for." This seems like common sense, but really, take a moment. What are you going to do with that slab of internet-connected screen?
If your answer is
There's one big drawback to Apple's thin, svelte laptop: once you pull the trigger on a Macbook, you're generally stuck with the specs for life. So when a company claims to offer an idiot-proof SSD upgrade, it's worth checking out.
OWC's new Aura SSDs are designed
I have a confession to make. I love the Nexus 5
. Despite its obvious flaws compared to newer and shiner phones (all of which I've tried and tested), the Nexus 5 has some intangible quality for me that no other phone has replicated before or
For years, the rallying cry was why Nokia wasn't making Android smartphones. In 2010 when it launched the N8 - its hardware chops were apparent and its intellectual property in camera technology was something no-one could compete with. However, it was lacking software. Symbian
2015 was an amazing year for science
, but it was also a year for some amazingly overhyped science.
We put our hearts ahead of our data when speculating about advanced extraterrestrial civilizations. We so wanted to believe that a looming ice age would save us
Assassin's Creed as a franchise has gotten into that unfortunate "same shit, different day" situation off late, which is a terrible space to be in. Some franchises like Call of Duty have managed to make the most out of the yearly release cycle, there