Mon, Dec 10 2018

Plastic-eating Bacterium

Scientist are trying to come up with novel solutions to remedy the plastic pollution crisis, and they’re thinking small—in a good way. In a new study to be published...

Amazing Architecture – Chinese Library

The futuristic library that went viral has been exposed for being a lot less than it seemed in pictures. The Binhai Library in Tianjin, China, has been making the rounds...

The Philippines Green smart city to combat pollution in Manila

The new city, dubbed New Clark City, is considered Manila’s twin city. It’s located in Central Luzon, about 75 miles from Manila at a former U.S. military base. It’s expected...

Smart speakers are listening. Here’s how to delete their recordings

Your friendly neighborhood smart speaker can do everything from dictate recipes to control door locks. On the less positive side, it's also capable of eavesdropping on your conversations and...

Microsoft is using AI to cut the cloud’s electric bill

Microsoft’s cloud services are 93% more energy efficient and up to 98% more carbon efficient than traditional enterprise data centers, the company said in a study it issued last...

Facebook wants your naked photos

26-5-18 What are they going to share this time or loose to hackers. Last year, Facebook, facing increased scrutiny over its decision-making, launched a program intended to combat a growing...

Blockchain is not only crappy technology but a bad vision for the future

Blockchain is not only crappy technology but a bad vision for the future. Its failure to achieve adoption to date is because systems built on trust, norms, and institutions...

This change can make your online browsing faster and more private

Consider choosing what DNS service you use. Don’t worry, it’s easier than it sounds. There is a small, simple step you can take right now that promises to make your...

The hospital of the future may be a tiny, high-tech medical kit

In so many ways, the gadgets seen in Star Trek remind us that the show is science fiction—a fantasy world inspired by the one we live in. And at...

The woman who brought skull watches back to life

When design student Fiona Krüger first knocked on the door of Swiss watchmakers six years ago, few were willing to give her the time of day. The 32-year-old, from Airdrie...