Can the New Toys R Us App Save The Company from Total Annihilation?

Toys R Us” (CC BY 2.0) by JeepersMedia Following the company’s worldwide announcement of bankruptcy, Toys R Us appears to be placing a lot of focus on its online presence. The UK company has spent the weeks updating their website and developing an augmented reality app, while stores are building interactive areas for kids to play in. Speaking […]

The Positive Correlation Between Bitcoin and Certain Events Around the Globe

Source: Pixabay Since its conception in 2008, bitcoin has grown immensely and, recently, it has surpassed the $5,000 mark. Like any innovation, there were a lot of skeptics in the beginning. The concept itself was quite revolutionary – it’s a currency that is not regulated by any central bank or government. But, despite the odds, […]

IKEA’s Pilot App and the Rise of Online Immersive Experiences

Long gone are the days where people were only able to look at things as outsiders, when the only option was to watch a story or observe catalogue pictures designed by someone else. Modern technology has enabled the creation of much more immersive experiences, and things like virtual reality and live streaming are changing the […]

Brit Hume: “Giving Health Insurance To Sick People Defeats The Core Ethic Values Of This Country”

During a discussion on the GOP’s healthcare plan designed to replace Obamacare, longtime Fox contributor Brit Hume criticized compelling insurers to cover people with pre-existing conditions, reports Media Matters. Speaking with “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace and Obamacare architect Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Hume called coverage of those with pre-existing conditions not a “triumph,” but […]

Kansas Republican’s Bill Aims To Ban Women From Wearing Colorful Skirts Because “People Are Genuinely Mistaking Them For Trans-People”

Conservative Kansas lawmaker Francis Awerkamp posted a newsletter on his Facebook page this week that railed against the taxpayer-funded “homosexual agenda” after LGBTQ students visited the Capitol. Strangely, however, the first-term lawmaker ranted about the teachers who brought the students to the building to talk to their representatives, The Topeka Capital-Journal reported. “I explained my […]