The Curious History of the Microwave Oven
They used to be something of a novelty: a high-end kitchen appliance you would sometimes find in restaurants, cruise ships, or trains. Now you are likely to find a microwave oven in any home within a power grid.
Amazing New Technology Reduces Symptoms of Celiac Disease
Researchers have developed technology that just might allow people afflicted with celiac disease to eat food with gluten without suffering painful consequences.
Yes, Big Brother is Watching: VPNs and Why You Need Them
When you are on the internet, your service provider can see which devices you use and which websites you visit.
Canadian Company Patents Astonishing “Invisibility Cloak”
In military science, the art and practice of concealment is crucial to defeating enemy observation. But then the enemy undoubtedly uses the same strategy against you.
Google Claims Quantum Supremacy, IBM says No
Researchers from Google say they have successfully demonstrated that a quantum computer is capable of performing a task beyond the reach of even the most powerful binary supercomputer.
The Dawn of Thinking Machines: How Robots Will Change Our Lives
To this day, experts have yet to agree on a universally-accepted definition for the word “robot.” The usual criteria include autonomy, an ability to alter
Killer Combination: Pandemics in the Age of Social Media and Fake News
“When it took hold in a house, it often happened that no one remained who had not died,” Baldassarre Bonaiuti wrote of the Black Death
US Engineering Salaries Rise as America Girds for the Future
Here’s a glimpse of what the giant, hi-tech cities of the not-too-distant future might look like. Swamped by rising sea levels, the megalopolis of tomorrow
New Space Images Show a Moon Brighter than the Sun
Everything the human eye sees exists within a minuscule percentage of the universe. The rest is invisible. Images shared recently by NASA confirm as much. The
Huawei is Deep into 6G Research Promising Terabyte Downloads!
With many still asking when 5G is coming, reports have emerged that Chinese telecom giant, Huawei, is already deep into research on 6G mobile technology.
A Cyber-attack Can Be as Deadly as a Nuclear Strike, Warns Scientist
Two years ago, Chinese hackers went after Australian F-35 defense contractors, stealing information on the cutting-edge US fighter.
Hackers Could Gridlock Entire Cities By Disabling Self-Driving Cars
New research says hackers could bring entire cities to a complete standstill by disabling self-driving cars. Are the streets of the real world ready for fully
Start-Up Announces Order for First Electric Plane for Commercial Air Travel
The biggest names in aviation and technology are jostling to send an all-electric plane up into the commercial skies. Did an Israeli start-up just beat them
The Real Winners in the Drive to Automate the Workforce
If you’re a young, minority employee working in rural America, a robot will probably take your job in the not-too-distant future. This is according to
$2.5k for a drone? Take my money!
Updated on April 21st, 2019 We’ve all seen drones. We read about them every day. Drone violations, drone strikes on enemy targets, the next-door kid’s