Technology

Worlds Most Affordable Student Cities

7. Valencia – Spain The home of paella, Spain’s third-largest city is a new entry in the Best Student Cities index this year at 70th, and beats fellow Spanish cities Madrid and Barcelona when it comes to the most affordable cities. The average tuition fees at Valencia’s two internationally ranked universities are US$1,800 per year; significantly cheaper than Barcelona’s average of ... Read More »

Coolest gadgets to buy for this Christmas

Here we have a list gadgets to suit all types of situations whether you are On The Go, At Work or chilling out At Home! The Roost, a $35 9-Volt Wi-Fi battery for your smoke alarm, will notify your smartphone when your smoke detector is going off, it will let you silence your smoke alarm from an app, and it ... Read More »

Creative Kindergarten Built Around A Tree

The school is calle Fuji Kindergarten, it is located in Tachikawa, Japan, the structure was built around a tree. A creative design made out of glass, steel and wood close to the tree lets children play and explore the kindergarten’s yard. The tree, has a storied past it is 50 years old, and was nearly uprooted during a typhoon. It ... Read More »

Inside one of worlds top premium private jet

Embraer has teamed-up with SottoStudios in Los Angeles to launch the Lineage 1000E Skyacht One, a state-of-the-art, super-sized private jet that offers a luxury interior based on the inside of a yacht. Read More »

Vending Technology that Creates Nail Art

Don’t you think this a an amazing machine? A Korean company posted a video on her Facebook page displaying a nail design machine that, in only a few seconds prints an elaborate design on to a ones fingernails. The video shows a woman with her finger placed in the vending machine. She then usese a touch screen to picks a ... Read More »

Billions of Blue Jellyfish Wash Up on American Beaches

If you’re heading to the beach in Oregon or California you won’t be alone. The sands are awash with thousands of blue jellyfish-like creatures known as velella velella. The small creatures are easily blown to the shores of Oregon, California and Washington during strong winds of Spring thanks to a blue sail on the tops of their bodies. In Oregon, ... Read More »

First Microsoft store opens in the capital

The Microsoft Store is a chain of retail stores and an online shopping site, owned and operated by Microsoft and dealing in computers, computer software and consumer electronics. The stores aim to “improve the PC and Microsoft retail purchase experience for consumers worldwide and help consumers make more informed decisions about their PC and software purchases. Microsoft is a multi ... Read More »

What happens to large items you throw away

That old sofa, the busted refrigerator, the old, big and bulky coffee table. You know those big items that you get rid of never to be seen again? What actually happens to them? This amazing video shows us. Appliance Recycling Programs: most counties offer FREE pick up and recycling of your old, inefficient, working refrigerators and freezers. You’ll not only ... Read More »

World’s Largest Solar Powered Yacht

PlanetSolar is the first boat to travel around the world on sunlight alone. In the video above Christian Ochsenbein, the on-board electrical engineer during the 19-month journey, shows off the yacht’s power system. More than 800 solar panels charge enormous lithium-ion batteries stowed in the catamaran’s twin hulls, which power two electric motors at the back. “On a full battery ... Read More »