Top Stories

India is really opening up to Xiaomi     – CNET
bumn-news.com

The Chinese company is closing the gap between itself and Samsung in the world’s second biggest phone market, says Strategy Analytics research.

2
Like
Save
Why Wearable Tech Is Good for Your Health
bumn-news.com

The Apple Watch and Adidas's plans for including wearable technology in its shoe and clothing lines have been drawing attention recently, as the age of always-accessible information is upon us. In the era of the Internet of …

2
Like
Save
Follow the money: Can Twitter predict the stock market …
bumn-news.com

The financial sector has always been on the leading edge of technology, from Thomas Edison's ticker tape to algorithms using complex mathematics, to squeeze information out of the stock market's numbers. Today …

2
Like
Save
Inhabitat's Week in Green: Tesla's Model 3, and more!
bumn-news.com

After years of anticipation, Tesla just unveiled its most affordable electric car to date. The Model 3 is a svelte EV for the masses that starts at $35,000, and it can drive 215 miles on a single charge. Meanwhile, Hyundai set a world record by drivi…

2
Like
Save
PayPal nixes North Carolina ops center following anti-LGBT law
bumn-news.com

The passing of HB2, a law that denies protections for people who are gay or transgender, is proving to be very expensive for Governor Pat McCrory and the state of North Carolina. In the weeks following Governor McCrory signing the anti-LGBT bill into…

2
Like
Save
Theory Challenging Einstein's View On Speed of Light Could Soon Be Tested
bumn-news.com

mspohr writes: The Guardian has a news article about a recently published journal entry proposing a way to test the theory that the speed of light was infinite at the birth of the universe: “The newborn universe may have glowed with light beams moving much faster than they do today, according to a theory that […]

2
Like
Save
FDA Approves Large Clinical Trial For Ecstasy As Relief For PTSD Patients
bumn-news.com

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved the first large-scale, phase 3 clinical trial of ecstasy in patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the New York Times reported. The regulatory green-light follows six smaller-scale trials that showed remarkable success using the drug. In fact, […]

2
Like
Save
Forget Q Branch, this is the gadget-filled spy shop James Bond would love
bumn-news.com

… this pen can record up to 37 hours of audio with its built in microphone. Switching it on is done by sliding the clip down a couple of millimeters, while a 2.5mm audio jack in the top is used to recharge the pen and transfer files from it to your …

2
Like
Save
Morgan Stanley Sees Microchip Technology As Fairly …
bumn-news.com

In a report published Wednesday, Morgan Stanley analyst Craig Hettenbach reiterated an Equal-Weight rating on Microchip Technology (NASDAQ: MCHP). In the …

2
Like
Save