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[Jack] Kassewitz [of SpeakDolphin.com] explained the requirements of the technology. “Waterproofing, processor speed, touch-sensitivity, anti-glare screens, and dolphin-friendly programs are essential. As this database of […]
It’s 2010 folks. We have robot vacuums, get our eyes fixed with lasers, Richard Branson has a personal spacecraft, and anyone who uses Google Chat or Skype has a video phone. Whether or not it feels like the future to us, this is somebody’s future. Philip K. Dick would be screaming and running around in […]
Sex, on its own, in the wild, natural and unadorned, is still complicated. Don’t believe me? Look at a peacock or a bird of paradise. Salmon die after they procreate. Sea slugs penis joust. Now throw in evolved human biology, history, culture, technology, and science and you have a real disaster on your hands.
These goggles are apparently the future of skiing tech. The websites for both companies involved are major let downs, with only mock-ups and false-effect versions of the goggles. But what intrigued me is that one of the companies, Zeal Optics, totes itself as being from the same city as this year’s Winter Olympics, […]
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Wind power could potentially provide a fifth of the power needs for the East Coast. Considering that the from Boston to Miami is one big Atlantic Megatropolis, that’s a lot of power. A fun little tidbit:
The Obama administration is already dedicating billions of dollars to […]
In a surprise to no one, the military is looking at cog-enhancing drugs for its soldiers (most drugs given now are to elite squads, not rank-and-file) and equip them with robotic buddies, like Big Dog, or Lockheed Martin’s HULC. The Live Science article is almost totally speculation, but sometimes these are fun to post. […]
Will Saletan parses the Apple tablet vs Obama’s SotU debate. His quick summary of recent tech is jaw dropping:
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