Top 10 Web Hosting 2022 | We Tried Them All and Built a Web Host Comparison Engine

With an overwhelming amount of information and many reviews that you can't trust nowadays, it can be really challenging to find good information on what is really the best web host. As a result, we built a comparison tool after extensively researching all the major web hosts. We invented our own algorithm and comparison engine to compare the various web hosts and to rank... read more

Elon Musk Files Offer With SEC To Buy Twitter For $41.39 Billion

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, submitted an official offering with the SEC to buy Twitter for $41.39 Billion, which is overvalued, as a way to make a fast close without negotiation. A voice script of a conversation says it is his "best and final" offer, and that he is "not playing the back-and-forth game". He continued, "It's a high price and shareholders will love... read more

Are You Ready For Web3? The Next Technological Revolution Is Here: Privacy, Security, Blockchain & More

The world is on the brink of a new technological revolution in the world of cyberspace. Many are calling this Web3 or Web 3.0, the successor to Web 2.0 and the original Web 1.0. But what is Web 3, and how will it affect you? Since the internet was transformed in the last 2 decades by a variety of innovations ranging from ubiquitous mobile devices to digital payment... read more

Elon Musk Is Now The Biggest Twitter Shareholder – And Plans To Take An Active Role

That's right, your favorite Big Tech billionaire Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is now the largest individual shareholder for one of the largest Silicon Valley Big Tech companies in the world, Twitter. This doesn't mean that Musk owns the company, but it does mean he now holds a controlling interest in the company. What this means is that Elon Musk alone holds the... read more

Windows 11 Pros & Cons – Is It Worth Upgrading To Windows 11 If Your Computer Supports It?

Microsoft decided to make the newest version of its OS look more like a Mac. With the taskbar fixed to the bottom, the icons centered, and the start menu a popup menu like Linux, Windows 11 does look considerably different than previous versions of Windows. But the changes have not been met with much fanfare. As a result, the upgrades to Windows 11 have been slowing,... read more

What Happened To The Flagship 7-Inch Tablets?

It's been nearly a decade since manufacturers developed 7-inch flagship tablets. If you look around the world, you can find a few new 7" tablets, but all of them are budget models with limited features, low memory and ram, and simply cannot compete with modern smartphones. Ever since around 2015, manufacturers bumped the minimum size for a tablet to 8-9 inches, but... read more

Are Stocks & Crypto In The Biggest Bubble In History In 2022?

Recently we discussed some of the top cryptocurrencies in 2022. However, it must be noted that while these cryptos may indeed change the world, we also may very well be in one of the biggest bubbles in recent history, both in cryptos and in the stock market. There are other facets of the economy in a bubble too, including real estate. The bubbles can't last forever. We... read more

Top 10 Cryptocurrencies 2022: Will 2022 Be The Year For Cryptocurrency?

Global events have inspired massive restructuring across the entire world's economies. Market volatility, rising prices, blocked supply chains, hyperinflation, gas prices, food prices, rent increases, and forced lockdowns that devastated some markets and propped up others, have created concern about the future. All these factors and more have contributed to a major, and... read more

The Race To Eliminate The Notch To Create The First Truly All-Screen Smartphone

Notches, hole-punches, cutouts, tear-drops, dot-drops. We all hate the notch and its various forms, but it won't be long before one of the rivals at the top of the smartphone game develops the first truly seamless all-screen smartphone - with a front selfie camera behind the screen, instead of inside a cutout. The rise of the notches and cutouts developed from the new... read more

New Leaps Forward In Artificial Intelligence Will Change Everything You Know About Computers, VR, and Gaming

Technology is getting faster and bigger every year. However, in many areas it has reached the limit of what it can do by merely adding more raw power. The disadvantages such as time and money constraints are limiting what raw computing power can achieve in a practical way. For example, smartphones are getting bigger and heavier, despite being much faster; and gaming has... read more