Monthly Archives: April 2012
There’s gold in them there hills. You know, those ones floating around in space. Asteroids contain many tons of precious metals, making them irresistible to scientists, aerospace engineers, futurists, fiction writers … and tech billionaires.
We’re all familiar with Apple’s love affair for thin devices. Although the third-generation iPad surprised many by gaining about half a millimeter of thickness, it looks like Apple could be back to trimming product dimensions by using a new kind … Continue reading
Nintendo is preparing a new upgrade to its 3DS gaming system. Now that the 3DS has a healthy selection of varied apps and games for users to download, Nintendo will be doling out a software update for the system that … Continue reading
After a brief hiatus, the long-standing rumor that Apple will employ more metal in the iPhone, has made a return — and even taken a new twist.
The US Department of Defense (DoD) is currently testing a pair of iOptik contact lenses to determine if the advanced optics are capable of providing greater situational awareness for soldiers in the field.
Just added some new items to the weatherroom. A current watch MAP and several more radar loops. I’ll be adding several new items to this area as we are moving into a very dangerous time of year and it’s best … Continue reading
If you need to make a warranty claim or get incident support on a Windows Vista PC, now’s the time. On Tuesday, Microsoft will end “Mainstream Support” for Windows Vista, moving into an “Extended Support” phase that lasts through April … Continue reading
Diamonds are forever – or, at least, the effects of this diamond on quantum computing may be. A team that includes scientists from USC has built a quantum computer in a diamond, the first of its kind to include protection … Continue reading
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