The history of video games dates back to the 50s where scientists in academia created games mostly for simulations. At M.I.T, young professors and students played games with..
The Abel Prize, Inspired by the First Woman to Won a ‘Nobel Prize of Math’
Karen Uhlenbeck, a mathematician and former professor at the University of Texas at Austin, became the first-ever woman to win the Abel Prize.
You’re Probably Guilty of “Headlining”
We're all used to attention-grabbing headlines, especially when it comes to the news (even from our most trusted of sources.) Naturally, the headline piques your interest,..
U.S. Air Force Has Integrated 3D Printing In Order To Install A New Titanium Piece For The F-22 Raptor Stealth Fighter
A new metallic piece with laser beams replaced an aluminum part of an F-22 Raptor. It’s no surprise that the U.S. Air Force is integrating 3D printing on their fleet...
Why it is Essential to Manage your Daily Screen Time
Don’t Panic, it’s only an app. Screen time, like everything we do in life, has to do with balance and moderation. In 2019, Common Sense Media observed that American..
The Ergonomic Mouse That Eases Tension
Sitting in front of a computer all day can cause stress and tension in people's backs. Being hunched over a computer all day isn't natural at all and it can cause long term..
Mahindra Eyes Electric Car Revolution with On-Track Success
Mahindra Racing may not yet be at par with major racing teams like Ferrari, nor do they expect to win a Formula 1 grand prix title very soon, but they are on-track for..
Here’s a Fun Look at Clumsy Home Technology During The ’80s
We still have some way with smart technology, but one thing is certain, it's nowhere near to how it was in the '80s.
This New Prosthetic Eye Will Allow People to Actually See the World
As technology advances, we get closer to closing the gap between science fiction and actual science. We are not approaching time-machine territory or teleportation technology..
Ultrasound Machines With Old Software Can Be Easily Hacked
Ultrasound machines that are running on outdated software, like Windows 2000, allow an easy entry for hackers.
Waze Now Lets You Turn Your Car Into The Batmobile
Waze, the Google GPS and traffic app is known for having a wide range of voices, but the latest addition might make you feel rather superhuman.
5 Ways Gesture Recognition Technology May Transform Education
While nothing can really compare to hands-on and real-life practice, there are still other methods involving advanced technology that can actually come pretty close. Gesture..
This Tiny Robot-Beetle Runs on Alcohol
This tiny cyborg creature may one day be used as artificial pollinators during disasters or even for complex medical procedures.
The Best Retro Motorcycles on the Market in 2020
This year’s seen a rise in the retro-style bike trends that give a nod back to some of the legendary classics of the ‘60s and ‘70s. As almost any rider knows, not all..
Celebrities Are Sharing Their ‘Biological Age’ But What Does That Even Mean?
You may have been hearing celebrities talk about their “biological" ages lately. On an episode of the web television talk show, Red Table Talk, 51-year-old actor, Will..
Study Finds That Looking Into a Deep Red Light May Improve Eyesight
It seems like there is a way to slow down the deterioration of your vision, and all it entails is just a few minutes of your day.