You may have already seen robots in grocery stores, but prepare to meet up with Walmart robots on upcoming visits to the widespread superstore chain. Walmart has already used robots in their warehouses for years, but now, according to a Fast Company article, they’ve started rolling out roaming robots which scan shelves for out-of-stock items […]
Companies such as Amazon and SpaceX are revealing plans for Low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites that many believe will drastically reduce the cost for internet coverage.
Put aside your political leanings: there is evidence to suggest that 2020 election hacking in the U.S. is a real possibility. We’ve already told you about the dire need for more secure voting machines; how more than a few Pennsylvania counties will be using out-of-date electoral systems by the time the 2020 elections take place; and […]
According to a recent Slashgear article, the International Space Station recently received a boost… no, not to their rockets, but to their broadband. The floating expedition now enjoys a hefty 600 Mbps data rate, double their previous rate. NASA says this bump allows astronauts to communicate quicker with control centers planet-side. It also allows them […]
The Normandy road in France is the world’s first solar road, and according to a recent report the project has turned out to be a huge failure.
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, September 9, 2019? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
While the company has vehemently opposed the Right to Repair movement, Apple has now reversed its stance and will allow independent shops to repair products.
This week, September 2nd – 6th, 2019: scientists 3D print coral reefs, the quantum internet is possible, the world’s first iron-ion battery, and more.
An initiative to use 3D printed coral reefs to help rebuild existing reef systems worldwide was recently written about in The Jerusalem Post. The article references three studies which state that the technology will help rebuild diversity by introducing these 3D printed coral reefs into areas that are currently unable to regenerate. Current factors affecting coral […]
Quantum data transfer technology: what does that even mean? Well, according to physicists at the University of Science and Technology of China and the University of Vienna in Austria, it means sending record-shattering amounts of data using a unit of quantum information called “qutrit”‘s. An MIT Technology Review report says quantum data transfer has seen its share of […]