Huawei Ban Explained

Huawei Ban Explained

Patrick Bet-David explains Huawei, reasons behind the ban, and its impact if allowed in the U.S in this episode of Valuetainment. Details
Orange Pi Review

Orange Pi Review

The Orange Pi 3 is a single board computer with four USB 3.0 ports, a quad core A53 CPU, and a PCIe 2.0 slot. Here’s... Details
Shenzhen: People’s Republic of The Future

Shenzhen: People’s Republic of The Future

Shenzhen may well be the most fascinating city in the world. It makes the majority of our electronics. It clones the best technology Silicon Valley... Details
A 10-million-pound undersea cable just set an internet speed record

10-Million-Pound Undersea Cable Just Set an Internet Speed Record

We rarely think about the infrastructure at the hear of the internet, except maybe lamenting that there are not enough cell phone towers. However, there's... Details
How Old School Floppy Drives Worked

How Old School Floppy Drives Worked

Today’s kids will never understand the struggle of Floppy disks or the “tell” of a non-computer user when they called a 3.5” disk a “hard... Details
Affordable In-Home 10GbE Networking

Affordable In-Home 10GbE Networking

With more an more devices connected to your home network, bandwidth at home is starting to get stretched thin. Craft Computing explores the lower cost... Details
Click Goes to CES

Click Goes to CES

If you missed all the goings-on at CES last week, BBC Click has a round up. Details
Shenzhen: China’s Future Factory

Shenzhen: China’s Future Factory

Bloomberg takes a closer look at "the Silicon Valley of China," Shenzhen, in this interesting video. It's hard to believe that just 40 years ago,... Details
BBC Click Explores Battery Technology

BBC Click Explores Battery Technology

Technology show BBC Click looks at all things battery: from how to keep your smartphone charged to the mountain storing energy in lakes. Details
Meet the Second-Most Powerful Supercomputer on the Planet.

Meet the Second-Most Powerful Supercomputer on the Planet.

Verge Science takes a closer look at Sierra, the new supercomputer behind the US nuclear arsenal. Details