Famous Gadget Wars of Past and Present

March 5, 2014

The Gadget wars of the past and present may have been bloody affairs, but they ere often entertaining to watch. The duels between warring gadgets pictured below resulted in some heavy blows — and alas, some mortal wounds. Source


11 Mother Friendly Gadgets for Mother’s Day

February 27, 2014

Whether your mom is a homemaker who doesn’t show much interest in modern technology or a hi-tech businesswoman on the cutting edge of innovation, there are gadgets out there to suit the needs, interests and personalities of any and all mothers. Source


How a Smartphone Improves Your Life

January 22, 2014

The increasing popularity of affordable prepaid smartphones is evidence that smartphones are becoming less of a luxury and more of a bare necessity. Once thought of as a fancy gadget for playing games and surfing the web, people are discovering that smartphones, in addition to being entertaining, are a practical tool that can help you […]


Techie Traveler

January 13, 2014

With spring break season in full swing, we’ve noticed a flood of vacation pictures on our Facebook news feeds. While these exotic destination photos got us thinking about our next vacation, it also made us wonder how social media is changing the way people travel. Source


The Rise and Fall of the MP3 Player

November 19, 2013

Will smartphones cause the MP3 player’s extinction? Source


My Digital Life

February 2, 2013

My bi-annual attempt to illustrate how hopelessly reliant on technology we all are and the money we waste in achieving the latest toys.

Can Tech Save Education?

Can Tech Save Education?

November 22, 2012

Apple recently announced three new applications that will effectively revolutionize education around the world: iBooks 2, iBooks Author, and a new and updated iTunes U. For America, the world’s largest economy, this means great things — especially considering that the country’s current educational practices are in deep water. Source

How the nuclear weapons era began

How the nuclear weapons era began

October 19, 2012

The atomic bomb was first tested on July 16, 1945. Explosion was accompanied by a flash seen at a distance of 300 km Atomic mushroom cloud rose to a height of over 10 km. Explosion crater had a diameter of almost 250 m. Explosion yield was 20 to 22 kilotons. Source

Should You Get The New iPad

Should You Get The New iPad

June 16, 2012

Out of all Drippler users who want the new iPad, 26% own the 1st generation iPad, 28% own the iPad 2, 6% own both generations, 45% own an iPhone, and 10% are also considering getting the Kindle Fire. This last stat shows that for the for the first time ever the iPad is starting to […]

What Your Wallet Says About You

What Your Wallet Says About You

May 5, 2012

Are you the friend who always has the new gadget first? Or, are you more of the back-to-basics, stick-with-what-works type? This graphic for American Express suggests how you choose to pay for things amidst new payment options might say a lot about what type of consumer you really are. Source