BREAKING – Comcast Set To Acquire Time Warner Cable

Bloomberg Technology is reporting that Comcast and Time Warner Cable have agreed to a merger, with Comcast paying $159 per share for TWC in an all stock deal.  This deal will combine the two biggest cable companies in the US The deal is expected to be announced tomorrow, 2/13/2014. Source: Bloomberg Technology Related articles BREAKING…

Cyber Security Labs Reports New VPN Android Vulnerability

The folks over at Cyber Security Labs just published a new VPN vulnerability they’ve discovered. The full text and video are below. From Cyber Security Labs As part of our ongoing mobile security research we have uncovered a network vulnerability on Android devices which has serious implications for users using VPN. This vulnerability enables malicious…

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Breaking – Google Buys Nest Labs, Inc.

Google is working it’s way into more facets of your life, reporting on January 13th that they’ve made a bid to purchase Nest Labs Inc – creators of the popular Nest thermostat, and new Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide alarm – in a deal worth $3.2 billion in cash. Larry Page, CEO of Google,…

3D Print…Your Next House?

3D printing is still a relatively new technology.  While it’s possible to buy a Makerbot or even a 3D pen, this is still a technique to which few people have immediate access.  3D printing may be about to hit a lot closer to home…as in, your actual home. Dr. Behrokh Khoshnevis at the University of…

NVIDIA Unveils Tegra K1 A Mobile 192-Core Super Chip

NVIDIA announced their newest mobile chip at CES 2014 Sunday night. The impressive 192-Core Super Chip dubbed the Tegra K1. Here’s what NVIDIA‘s press release had to say. LAS VEGAS, NV – CES — NVIDIA today unveiled the revolutionary Tegra® K1 mobile processor, a 192-core super chip featuring the same NVIDIA® Kepler™ architecture that powers the fastest GPU on…

Netflix May Have Lost Titanic But They Have Spaceballs!

The news hit Netflix users a few days ago that some Netflix favorites would no longer be available for streaming. The most noteworthy titles no longer on the streaming list include Titanic, Flashdance, Top Gun, and Braveheart. This is really no surprise as we know Netflix licenses movies and television and those licenses do come to an end,…

AT&T Offers T-Mobile Customers Incentives To Switch

Ahead of the predicted T-Mobile announcement of paying customer ETF (Early Termination Fees) for new subscribers (announcement predicted to be given at CES 2014). AT&T has shot first with an offer to T-Mobile customers themselves. All totaled, you could possible get $450 worth of credit per line. Beginning Jan. 3, under the limited-time offer, T-Mobile…

Techaeris Will Be At CES 2014

The Consumer Electronics Show is nearly upon us. It’s that time of year when a horde of manufacturers bring their wares to Las Vegas to show off to the hordes of press and industry leaders. I’m happy and honored to be attending this years event! Be sure to stay tuned all next week to the…

The 84 MPG American Made Elio Will Be At CES 2014

The Elio is one funky looking three wheeled two passenger vehicle but it certainly is impressive in its MPG rating. Even the price is mind blowing, you can score one of these for a mere $6800. Elio Motors will be at CES 2014 this year showing off its yet to be released Elio vehicle. In…

Dell Starts Re-branding Process With New Video Ad

Michael Dell has taken his namesake Private and is pushing forward to re-make Dell computers. They started this process with a new Ad spot on YouTube showcasing the origins of big name tech start-ups. The campaign is called “Beginnings” and it seems to be trying to mold the Dell image into one of an innovator…