Archive for September, 2013

iPhone 5s Cracked Screen

Apple iPhone 5S comes with a 4-inch Retina display with fingerprint-resistant olephobic coating and Corning Gorilla Glass as protection. However, the screen on the iPhone 5S isn’t crack-resistant. Fortunately, it’s not difficult to replace the iPhone 5S screen. Follow our repair steps and you’ll have a new screen on your iPhone 5S. Continue reading

Voyager 1 traveled billions of lonely miles before it finally broke free of the sun’s sphere of influence. Earlier this month scientists determined that the stubby probe, popularly known as “The Little Spaceship That Could,” was the first spaceship to cross into interstellar space. Continue reading

An electric road charging bus in Korea

The city of Gumi in Korea South is the first city to be equipped with a floor specially designed to recharge the vehicles electrical. Continue reading

Nissan will produce cars without driver 2020

Currently, Nissan makes a point of honor to advocate the use of new energy in its vehicles. But by 2020, he intends to go even further, producing cars without drivers. Continue reading

The warping of the empty space around a massive star means that the shortest path of light around a star is a 'curved' one — but the bending of light rays in a medium can mimic the same effect. Credit: Sheng, C., Liu, H., Wang, Y., Zhu, S. N. & Genov, D. A. Nature Photonics

It took two major expeditions charting the solar eclipse of 1919 to verify Albert Einstein’s weird prediction about gravity — that it distorts the path of light waves around stars and other astronomical bodies, distorting objects in the background. Now, researchers have created the first precise analogue of that effect on a microchip. Any large mass distorts the geometry of space around it, for instance making parallel light rays diverge or converge. Continue reading
Fujitsu Arrows A 301F: The fastest charging smartphone yet!

We all know your smartphone’s battery life is more important than ever, and while large screened phablets create space for bigger batteries, Fujistu’s come up with a breakthrough of its own: meet the Fujitsu Arrows A, an Android powerhouse that takes just ten minutes to charge! Continue reading

Some Apple users complained that the new iOS 7 operating system made them feel nauseous.

A form of motion sickness triggered by smartphones, 3D films and computer games could become increasingly commonplace as graphics get more realistic, it has been claimed. Continue reading

At 9:00 a.m. PDT on September 29, 2013, the upgraded Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base on a successful demonstration mission delivering the CASSIOPE satellite to orbit.

Source: SpaceX


The plan for the GNU operating system was publicly announced on September 27, 1983. photo: Rain Rabbit / Flickr

It is now 30 years since I launched the campaign for freedom in computing, that is, for software to be free or “libre” (we use that word to emphasize that we’re talking about freedom, not price). Some proprietary programs, such as Photoshop, are very expensive; others, such as Flash Player, are available gratis — either way, they subject their users to someone else’s power.


Is it possible that we have been wasting our time typing programs. Could voice recognition, with a little help from an invented spoken language, be the solution we didn’t know we needed? Continue reading