Are We Smarter than the Dinosaurs?

Last week, NASA posed an interesting question at SXSW: Are we smarter than the dinosaurs? The asteroid that caused the extinction of dinosaurs 66 million years ago was at least five miles wide and hit in the vicinity of the Yucatan Peninsula. The 110 mile crater it created triggered the mass extinction of the dinosaurs […]

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Pharmacy Items can now be Delivered by Drones in San Francisco

After staying out late one night, Joshua Zeiring was in dire need of some Advil. The only problem was that he didn’t want to go out in the rain to get it. He mumbled to himself: “We should have drones to deliver this $#*!” And that’s how QuiQui was born. QuiQui (pronounced “Quickie”) is a […]

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PonoMusic Raises $3 Million, Surpasses $800,000 Kickstarter Goal

There was a time not too long ago when the only way to listen to music was through a stereo. There was no such thing as playing your favorite tunes at your own convenience. And although the advent of MP3 technology fixed this problem, it was at the sacrifice of quality. MP3 files typically have […]

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Newegg’s Ultrabook & Tablet Overstock Blowout Starts Today

If you’ve been thinking about buying a new ultrabook or tablet from Newegg, now is the time. Starting today, over 40 tablets and 25 ultrabooks are on sale at incredible prices while supplies last. As an added bonus, you’ll also be able to save an extra 10% by using promo code MHSALE10. All your favorite […]

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Happy 25th Birthday, World Wide Web!

On this day in 1989, Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. The idea for an Internet-based hypermedia initiative struck him when he wanted an easier way to share information with his colleagues at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). His idea of using URLs, HTTP and HTML formed the basis of everything we […]

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3D-Printed Food: Coming to a Kitchen Near You

3D printing technology has enabled hobbyists to create three-dimensional solid objects of virtually anything they can think of. What started as a way for manufacturing industries to create fast prototypes has morphed into 3D printers being used to create jewelry, musical instruments, weapons, and…food? According to a recent article featured in the Guardian, the world’s […]

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Free Game with Purchase of Xbox One Console on

For a limited time only, anyone that buys an Xbox One console from Newegg will get a free game with their purchase. Shoppers can choose from one of the following games: Battlefield 4 FIFA 14 NFL 25 Need for Speed: Rivals NBA 2K14 Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Just Dance 2014 Call of Duty: Ghosts […]

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Federal Judge Rules Commercial Drones are Completely Legal

On October 17th, 2011, Raphael Pirker was hired to fly a drone over the University of Virginia campus to obtain aerial photos and videos for a company called Lewis Communications. The Federal Aviation Administration did not take kindly to his flying without a pilot’s certificate and fined him $10,000 for what they said was “careless […]

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Apple Announces CarPlay, Brings the iPhone Experience to Vehicles

Smartphones have become a major part of our everyday life and most people are finding themselves using them in their car. This presents a huge problem because it isn’t safe and recent studies have shown it’s more dangerous than driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Fortunately for these drivers, smartphone and car […]

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Pre-Order Mario Kart 8 and Get a Free Newegg Gift Card

It’s hard to believe but it’s been 22 years since Mario Kart first appeared on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Looking back, I can’t think of any other game I enjoyed playing so much as a kid. I vividly remember spending countless hours hurling turtle shells and dodging banana peels as I raced against my […]

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