Did you know that you can use physics and chemistry to create food with remarkably unique tastes, textures, and properties? Imagine a cocktail that has been compressed into a spherical piece of ice. Or how about a piece of transparent ravioli that disappears when you drop it into the water?
Fitness trackers are all the rage these days. They let us track our steps, improve our sleep, and count calories with dizzying precision. Lots of people have used them to great effect in fitness and dietary plans. But one area that’s been sorely lacking is mental health. For all the
It goes without saying that the Internet is a great tool for those seeking knowledge and entertainment. With a few clicks of the mouse or swipes of the finger, you can learn everything you ever wanted to know about Hamilton Fish. And once you’re done brushing up on that chap’s
Let’s take a short trip back to January, 2010. This wasn’t forever ago, but it was a turning point in the personal tech world that now seems almost inevitable. It was in this month that Apple announced the original iPad. Even though it was far from being the first modern
For decades, writers, scientists and other forward-thinking visionaries have imagined the rise of artificial intelligence, i.e., machines that are self-aware. These robots, gadgets, and other devices would essentially be able to perform many of the tasks that previously needed to be done by humans. While the subject of artificial intelligence—
Tor seemed like the perfect anti-hacker tool. Shorthand for “the onion router”, the Tor network became popular among activists, law enforcement officers, and even ordinary citizens around the world for its ability to cover web surfers’ tracks. Essentially, Tor cloaks online data underneath layers of encryption and sends it through