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Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 06 October 2011 13:37

The other side of Jobs

Under the late Steve Jobs, Apple was known for being fiercely private about its products, plans and ideas.

Published in People Moves

In planning since 1959, NASA's Gravity Probe B was launched in 2004 to test two key predictions of Einstein's Theory of Relativity.  With great success.

Published in Space

Dr. Vint Cerf - often called the 'Father of the Internet' (along with Dr. Bob Kahn, and others), now chief Internet evangelist at Google - gave a fascinating recent lecture at Stanford University about the Internet's development, its successes, surprises along the way,  areas where it hasn't succeeded, and ways that it should be improved.

Tuesday, 22 September 2009 11:37

Don't think and drive - you'll do both poorly

Researchers at Stanford University have clearly demonstrated that those of us who claim to be able to multitask are actually less able to complete any of our assigned tasks than those of us who attempt tasks one-at-a-time.

Published in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!
Most of us are happy to take 2D happy snaps with single lens digital cameras. Imagine if you had a digital camera that could more accurately perceive the distance of all objects in its field of vision than your own eyes and brain. That's exactly what a team of researchers from Stanford University are working on - and it could even be affordable for ordinary consumers.

Published in Home Tech




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