So, during my extended stay in grading jail, I didn’t have a chance to write about a whole pile of interesting volcano news, so today’s post is a bit of a clearinghouse on a whole bunch of volcano goodness. I’ll be back on a more normal posting schedule now that classes have finally ended here […]
There’s news out this week that feels almost impossible to deliver without an eyeroll: The CIA has promised that it will “never again” use an international vaccination campaign as a cover for intelligence gathering. I can’t see why not. I mean, the last attempt ended so well. (Yes, that was sarcasm.) A fuller version of […]
mdsolar (1045926) writes with news that global warming may make it more difficult to use modern power sources that rely upon being near large bodies of water for cooling. From the article: “During the 1970s and 1980s, when many nuclear reactors were first built, most operators estimated that seas would rise at a slow, constant […]
Yowza. So much for Sunday being a slow news day. About an hour after AT&T officially announces their plans to buy DirecTV, word of another billion-dollar acquisition has surfaced. The story this time around: Google/YouTube reportedly want Twitch.tv, the increasingly/explosively popular service meant to let gamers watch others play games, live. The price tag? 1 […]
Facebook is already a place where you can catch up with old friends, share music, read the latest news, and tend to a virtual farm. And starting today, it’s where people living in the developing world might finally be able to get a loan.
The Surface Pro is expected to get updated with new Intel processors. A Windows-related news site is claiming it has more details.
Reports are now pouring in stating that the original GALAXY Gear smartwatch which started it all for Samsung, will soon be receiving a big update. The update is indeed a big one as it changes the OS that runs the wearable from Android to the Tizen OS which currently comes installed in the new Gear […]
The hype around driverless cars, or autonomous vehicles as they’re also known, is increasing, with Google on Tuesday taking reporters for spins around the city of Mountain View, Calif. Figuring prominently in resulting news reports were the big red kill button between these cars’ front seats; the emphasis on safety in their design; and yes, […]
Coming less than 24 hours after the LTE variant of the Moto G leaked on Amazon.com, Motorola has confirmed the that the tweaked version of its mid-range device is on the cards. Revealed at the London launch of the Moto E, the company added that apart from LTE connectivity, the phone will also come packing […]