9 Facts About Quantum Computing That Will Melt Your Mind
Instead, they rely on the underpinnings of quantum mechanics, a branch of physics that’s defied conventional understanding for about 100 years, to manipulate individual particles and solve previously unsolvable problems. Continue reading
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PRESENTING: The 100 Tech People You Have To Follow On Twitter
Where would we be without it? You can hate on it if you want, but it’s a great place to shoot the breeze, pick bits of news, and look at photos.
To help you get the most of Twitter, we put together a list of the 100 tech people you should be following to stay on top of the conversation of the day. Continue reading
The pen that checks for spelling errors on PAPER and vibrates when you make a mistake
- Lernstift pen has built-in handwriting software that traces written words Continue reading
A Sword-Like Attachment For Planes Will Save United Airlines $200 Million Per Year
There’s a new United Airlines plane in the skies, with a dangerous-looking feature that will actually make it more efficient.
The Boeing 737-800, which took its maiden test flight in Washington on Tuesday, is the first aircraft fitted with the new Split Scimitar Winglet, a curved attachment to the tip of the wing that is appropriately named for a sword. Continue reading
IN THE early hours of 18 June, a Mercedes coupé travelling at extremely high speed along a Los Angeles street smashed into a palm tree. It exploded into flames, killing the driver; the impact ejected the engine 50 metres clear of the car. Was it an accident? Or was the car hacked, allowing it to be driven off the road by remote control? Continue reading
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Michael Lloyd/SWNS.com)Casey Snook, a 14-year-old girl from England, unknowingly racked up a $6,000 phone billby uploading photos to Facebook while on vacation in New York City, according to a story published Friday in the New York Post.
During the five-day trip with her mother, Kate Snook, Casey snapped photos of the Empire State Building, Times Square, Grand Central Station, and Central Park. Eager to share her travels with her friends, she uploaded the photos to Facebook. But since Casey hadn’t blocked her “data roaming” function, all that time spent on the Internet added up. Continue reading