Samsung’s Galaxy Alpha and Looking at 2015

Samsung Galaxy Alpha – a step away from tradition and closer to Apple? This year has seen many new handsets released, most notably Apple’s iPhone...

App Store Malware: Are You Safe?

In the age of the smartphone, we would be lost without our app stores. But how can we be sure the apps we download...

Campaign launched against the ‘Phubbing’ Phenomena

Sadichchha Pokharel, Correspondent (Technology)   You are having lunch with an old friend. You are engaged in an intense conversation but halfway through, you realise that you...

Li-Fi : Shedding Light on New Technology

Correspondent (Tech)   Who among us has never heard about Wi-Fi, the wireless technology that carries data through radio waves? We can access it pretty much...

Apple Music launches to mixed reviews

As mobile data packages become cheaper and music on demand becomes an ever growing consideration, Apple has brought out their own version of music...

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Review

Editor (Tech)   Tuesday, 13th November was a special day for many gamers, as the latest game in the widely popular Call of Duty series; Black Ops...

Right to be forgotten: France rejected Google’s appeal

This story is about Google's legal battle against the right to be forgotten and its detailed background. Paris-France rejected Google's appeal to limit the right...

L’Oreal backs project to 3D print skin

  Cosmetics company L'Oreal has teamed up with bio-printing group Organovo to produce 3D printed skin. The project, which is in the early stages of research,...

Diminishing Returns: Apple’s Colourful Grab at Staying Relevant

  Miles McCormack, Editor (Technology)   The law of diminishing returns states that after a certain amount of time, return on investment declines — provided you keep the key...

Man vs machine – the showdown

Japanese robotics company Yaskawa Electric Corporation has revealed their katana-wielding robot. This robot can match a world champion sword master, stroke for stroke. The katana...