Google Glass Now Bans Pornographic Content

Soon after the launch of the first pornographic application appeared for Google Glass, the American multinational corporation has changed its Glass Platform Developer policies, banning apps that contain sexually explicit content. Zero Tolerance The first paragraph of the content policies says that Google doesn’t allow [Read More]

Experience Nature in a Different Way

Nature and wildlife adventure travel trips are becoming more popular nowadays. More travellers are choosing to spend their family vacation interacting with wild animals in exotic places. So if you’re interested in the same thing, here’s a list of the most exciting nature and wildlife [Read More]

Samsung Is Trying To Be More Like Apple

South Korean firm, Samsung, is now courting some of its competitor’s main parts suppliers, overtaking Apple Inc. as the world’s leading smartphones maker. After expensive courtroom debates over technology patents, the two gadget giants are now going one-on-one over securing the best supply of parts [Read More]

Signs of Tobacco-Smoke Found In Non-Smoking Rooms

A new research reported that hotels with a history of smoking still had the lingering effects of tobacco smoke pollution, known as third hand smoke. The study added that visitors who stayed in hotels that only allowed smoking in certain rooms are still exposed. Study [Read More]

Honda To Build A Factory For CVTs

Honda Motor Co. plans to build a $470 million factory in Celaya, Mexico, to assemble continuously variable transmissions (CVTs). The factory will operate alongside a plant under construction that’s scheduled to produce the next-generation Fit hatchback and a Fit-based crossover. According to Honda’s management, the [Read More]

Floods In Seti River Threatens Nepal Tourism

Nepal’s tourism faces an increased risk after a sudden flood in Seti River shifted the course of the river. The flood has created new cliffs that threaten a number of commercial buildings along the area, which was once a popular tourist site. Geographers and hydrologists [Read More]