Day: March 9, 2018

It’s strong, it’s flexible, and it’s here. After a long time cooking in the labs, the first graphene-based products are beginning to trickle out into the world of smartphones, wearables, batteries, virtual reality, sports equipment, super-capacitors and supercars. Graphene is a material that some believe has been coerced from abandoned space ships, left on Earth
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Urban Airship recently announced new capabilities designed to allow app developers to deliver the right message to their users at exactly the right time. Senior Vice President of Product and Engineering Mike Herrick explained that the company (which started out as a platform for push notifications) has supported in-app messaging for years. However, those messages have
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How can you participate in a Nerf gun fight if you’re missing a hand? The ingenious Hackerloop collective of tinkerers solved that problem by putting together a prosthetic Nerf gun that you can control with your arm muscles. In other words, Nicolas Huchet became Barret Wallace from Final Fantasy VII or Mega Man for a
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Although we’ve known that AMD has long-term plans for its Ryzen Threadripper processors, we now have a few more details, thanks to recently leaked slides from a potentially legitimate internal presentation. According to leaked slides obtained by Informatica Cero, AMD supposedly has at least three Ryzen Threadripper families planned for launch up to 2020. The
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