Enterprise's Spirit Lives On Via Anchor Donated To The Abraham Lincoln

Saying goodbye to the USS Enterprise, America's first nuclear aircraft carrier and the only ship in its class, has been challenging for naval enthusiasts and those who served aboard her during her 50 year long career. Well, it appears a piece of her will live on in the form of one of the USS Abraham Lincoln's 60,000lb… » 10/05/14 3:54pm 10/05/14 3:54pm

It Is Now Legal to Unlock Your Phone in the U.S.

As we predicted last week, President Obama has approved and signed the "Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act," making it once again legal to unlock your phones to use on carriers of your choice. Sen. Patrick Leahy, the main supporter of the bill, confirmed the news via The White House Blog. Of… » 8/01/14 2:58pm 8/01/14 2:58pm

Unlocking Your Phone Is About To Be Legal Again

Looking to overturn a longstanding Library of Congress decision to Fort Knox your gadgets to a specific carrier, the "Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act" (S.517) just hurdled its second major obstacle on its way to becoming a law. Now, the bill only needs the POTUS' signature and smartphones will… » 7/25/14 2:19pm 7/25/14 2:19pm

Why The US Navy Should Build Smaller Aircraft Carriers

The aircraft carrier inventory question has always been up for debate, but it has largely centered on the number of hulls and not the physical size of each carrier. In an age of shrinking defense budgets, smaller wars, and the Pacific Pivot, the U.S. should ditch its supercarrier-only policy and build smaller, less… » 7/09/14 3:41pm 7/09/14 3:41pm

Animation explains why it's so important to protect net neutrality

Maybe net neutrality is just something you hear about on the news and see in headlines. Maybe it's something you don't want to bother to understand. Or maybe you know how important it is but don't know how to explain it to your friends why. This simple animation video by CGP Grey does all the explaining you need. It… » 5/05/14 8:52pm 5/05/14 8:52pm