Recharge During The Commute: England's New Motorways Power Electric Cars In Motion
England may just be building the highways of the future. This month, the Brits announced a pilot for electric motorways. Yes, that’s correct. You can charge your electric vehicle while driving, minimizing stop times at charging stations and making it easier to do a road trip in a Tesla. The UK [...]
The Nano Lightbulb
Young Duck Kim uses graphene in a novel way
Robots Will Steal Our Jobs, But They’ll Give Us New Ones
The robots might take our jobs. But they'll also create new ones.
Android Fragmentation Report August 2014
OpenSignal Insight Report into the State of Android Fragmentation August 2014
MIT's New 3D Printer Can Print 10 Materials Simultaneously
Fab news, everyone!
This flip phone may have the Galaxy S6's camera
This week Samsung has revealed the G9198 dual-screen Android flip phone, a smart device with a bland name. While smartphones with flip-screens like this aren't all that uncommon in China, this device has something special going for it. This device has a 16-megapixel camera at its back with F1.9 lens with autofocus and LED flash. This could very well be the same camera array already present on the Galaxy S6. If only this device were prepared for launch in the United States! But alas, it's trapped across the sea.
Google training for Educators
Food On The Move: Delivery Services Get a Tech-Powered Upgrade
A wave of European food startups using technology to solve supply chain and logistics headaches could become the next unicorns.
Embracing #Digital Technologies in Traditional Worlds: yellow pages case study @MITSloan
Business that are succeeding in the digital world are questioning key managerial assumptions. Case in point: the French Yellow Pages.
Paper-thin solar charger could be just the thing for stylish outdoorsy types
Chargers are getting thinner, and this Korean startup is pushing the boundaries.
Android M's name is Marshmallow, and it's version 6.0
Google has revealed what the M in Android M stands for: Marshmallow. The Android 6.0 update, set for release this fall, was first previewed at the company's I/O conference in late May.
"The daily grinding of evolution, as accelerated by technology, churns out more and more complex organisms, with higher rates of energy use, and with increasing specialization. Minds are the ideal way to express complexity, energy density, increasing specialization, expanding diversity -- all in one system. Mindedness is what evolution produces. Mindedness is what technology wants, too." Kevin KellyJoin Jason Silva every week as he freestyles his way into the complex systems of society, technology and human existence and discusses the truth and beauty of science in a form of existential jazz. New episodes every Tuesday.
Arms maker Raytheon 3D prints 80 percent of guided missile parts
US arms maker Raytheon 3D-prints guided missile parts like fins, rocket engine etc.
Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway—With Me in It
I was driving 70 mph on the edge of downtown St. Louis when the exploit began to take hold.