Liberation requires collaboration between free thinkers without infringement or censorship. In another age, we could meet in public spaces. Today avoiding the Crown’s surveillance requires we exchange encrypted communication.
Almost a year after the Pi 4 went on sale, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has doubled the maximum memory option to 8 GB, while also renaming the default operating system and releasing a 64-bit beta OS image.
Contrary to popular belief, printing in 3D doesn't have to be expensive or hard to come by. Whether you're looking for a 3D printer for personal, professional, or educational use, you'll be able to bring your creations to life with the SparkMaker Ori
The weird world of quantum physics is being harnessed for some fascinating use cases. In the latest example, physicists have developed and demonstrated a "quantum radar" prototype that uses the quantum entanglement phenomenon to detect objects, a
Developed at Caltech, the technology is called compressed ultrafast spectral photography (CUSP). As you might expect from the incredible frame rate, it doesn't function like any ordinary camera. It uses extremely short pulses of laser light, each o
If you want your mind read, there are two options. You can visit a psychic or head to a lab and get strapped into a room-size, expensive machine that'll examine the electrical impulses and blood moving through the brain.
Back in early 2018, Samuel Mello Medeiros launched a project on Kickstarter aimed at giving old film cameras some modern relevance. The I'm Back attachment added a digital image sensor and touchscreen display to 35-mm film cameras of old, and now the
NASA is exploring the potential of building an enormous radio telescope on the far side of the Moon in a vast, hollowed-out crater. The telescope's reflector would be comprised of a 1-km (0.6-mile) diameter wire mesh that would be pulled into place
Technocracy's poster child, Elon Musk, explores outer space by targeting Mars and inner space by targeting your brain. Neuralink is insanely invasive and pushes the unknown, but Musk intends to bring his first product to market this year. ? TN Ed
The James Webb Space Telescope has crossed another milestone on the path to its long-awaited launch. NASA engineers have now completed a deployment test, unfurling the telescope's gigantic mirror into the configuration it will take in space.
An artificial intelligence can accurately translate thoughts into sentences, at least for a limited vocabulary of 250 words. The system may bring us a step closer to restoring speech to people who have lost the ability because of paralysis.
Hybrid "power capacitors" that can store as much energy as lithium batteries, but with much higher charge/discharge rates, a huge range of safe operating temperatures, super-long lifespans and no risk of explosion are already in production, says a sm
Within the next three months, Honeywell will bring to market the world's most powerful quantum computer in terms of quantum volume, a measure of quantum capability that goes beyond the number of qubits.
Technocrats in California are driven to destroy infrastructure, culture and society in general. Killing the ubiquitous and immensely useful ham radio network used for hobby and emergency situations, is patently insane – unless you are a Technocrat.
We propose an alternative generator architecture for generative adversarial networks, borrowing from style transfer literature. The new architecture leads to an automatically learned, unsupervised separation of high-level attributes (e.g.,
To do so, you need to gather a few basic supplies, such as a metal spring from a ball pen, a car charger (one that plugs into the car's cigarette lighter) and a 9-volt battery. Here are the steps to fulfill this task.
China announced Friday that it was nearing completion of its new global positioning system (GPS) network as it prepares to dominate the world's next generation of telecommunications services and further decouple from the US' GPS network, reported Nik
We've recently seen a number of battery-free implantable biosensors, that are activated by the handheld device that reads them. Scientists have now created another such sensor, that's smaller than any that have come before.
If you wanted to have a replica of Michelangelo's David in your home, you'd need plenty of space to show it off. But the replica 3D-printed by Exaddon and ETH Zurich would fit in any home, though you may need a microscope to see it.