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March 7th, San Francisco: Apple is about to present the new iPad HD (more likely) or iPad 3.What about the rumors about the new features?Let’s put them together and see what’s feasible and what’s not!DisplayOne of the iPhone’s most beloved features is its ultrasharp retina display. And while the iPad 2′s screen is no lightweight, a bump up in pixel density is one of
In the past few months we've seen humanoid robots do their fair share of impressive things including smashing nuts, shaving a cucumber, folding laundry, and tidying up around the office. Now, thanks to a new video from China-based Robot Era, we can add "conquering a world monument" to this rapidly growing list. But wait. Is that duct tape?Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: Humano
A view of the Aug. 21, 2017, total solar eclipse from Madras, Oregon.Image: Gopalswamy/NASASunsketcher, a new NASA-backed project with an iOS and Android app, wants your photographs of the “Great American Eclipse.” (Incidentally, so do we.)Recent VideosScientists behind the project want to gather more information about the sun's interior and aid their work in accurately measuring the shape of the
For the first time ever, a lone orca has been observed killing and eating a great white shark. Although orcas were already known to hunt great whites in packs or pairs, one had never been seen going solo before. The finding suggests the emergence of a new hunting strategy.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, ScienceTags: Sharks, Ecology, Behavior
Hard though it may be to believe, there has apparently never been a confirmed sighting of a live newborn great white shark. Such may no longer be the case, however, thanks to recently analyzed aerial drone footage shot in California.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, ScienceTags: Sharks, UC Riverside, Ecology
Photo: Tim BarribeauThese days, it’s not often I need a full camera bag – if I’m using my camera, I usually bring it along to something else, it's not the sole reason I leave the house. Which makes the PhotoSport Outdoor Backpack BP 24L AW III ($250) a smart compromise: it’s half hiking daypack, and half camera bag. And while it doesn’t truly excel at either, it does them well enough that it’s a
upon the release its latest project, gitane, designboom spoke with studio modijefsky's founder, esther stam, to unpack her approach to hospitality design. The post in conversation with studio modijefsky: ‘good spaces are great settings for new memories’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
narrow slit windows to the south and west act as ‘gills’ directing breezes and allowing the house to breathe. The post climate-resilient great barrier reef house by JDA takes cues from surrounding marine life appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Researchers investigating the coral microbiome in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef have found two clusters of co-existing bacteria. And, for the first time, they’ve discovered that one of them is a close relative of the bacteria that causes chlamydia in humans. The discovery provides more information about coral reef health and may help tackle the problem of coral bleaching.Continue ReadingCategory
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