A Virgin Atlantic 747 flight will be made using industrial waste gas fuel tonight

A Virgin Atlantic 747 flight will be made using industrial waste gas fuel tonight

Tonight a Virgin Atlantic 747 flight will take off a little after 7pm ET heading to Gatwick airport in London from Orlando Florida. The flight happening tonight will be the first to... Read more »
Carlsberg becomes to first brewery to stop using plastic rings by gluing beers together

Carlsberg becomes to first brewery to stop using plastic rings by gluing beers together

As of right now, Carlsberg has become the first brewery in the world to stop using the iconic plastic rings to hold together their beverages. Instead the company has started gluing their... Read more »
Best Buy sells a customer the new Google Chromecast by mistake

Best Buy sells a customer the new Google Chromecast by mistake

The Google Chromecast is a small device that you can hook up to your television system to allow you to “send” applications to your TV. You are able to play music, watch... Read more »
Google celebrates their 20th birthday with a tips and tricks blog post

Google celebrates their 20th birthday with a tips and tricks blog post

For those aware Google is the owner of many different applications that people use every day of their lives. Applications such as YouTube, Gmail, Chrome and many more all fall under the... Read more »
Search engine DuckDuckGo is currently exploding in new traffic

Search engine DuckDuckGo is currently exploding in new traffic

For the Western world, the two most common search engines that people use are Google and Bing. Sometimes your parents may have used Yahoo if it had already came preloaded onto their... Read more »
PlayStation gives into fan demands and allows cross-play for Fortnite

PlayStation gives into fan demands and allows cross-play for Fortnite

Sony has finally submitted to fan demands and will allow PlayStation to play with rival consoles rather than just with PC. The cross-play function has been enabled between PC, Mobile, Xbox and... Read more »
Google avoids answering questions about China censored app

Google avoids answering questions about China censored app

Keith Enright, Google’s chief privacy officer, was the spokesperson for Google at a senate hearing about data privacy on Wednesday. The hearing had several questions regarding the launch of project dragonfly that... Read more »