One thing we know Apple Glass will never do is work with your Android phone. For all the cool things that could be possible with a pair of smart displays directly in front of your eyeballs, knowing that for most of us none of them matter is a bit of a bummer. Apple will sell millions of them, and since they aren't able to work with tinted lenses you'll see people with an iPhone and Apple Glass using regular glass lenses without a prescription because there's an Apple logo on the box. Apple doesn't need Android users and until it does, this won't change. … [Read more...] about Apple Glass is more Apple Watch than Google Glass, and that’s why it’ll succeed
There's been a rumored PlayStation 5 reveal event set to take place every month this year, and while nothing has materialized yet, that is set to change. According to VentureBeat's Jeff Grubb, PlayStation allegedly plans to hold an event in early June. His sources indicated that the event was originally planned for June 4, but that appears to have changed by a matter of days. … [Read more...] about We should be learning about the PS5 and its launch games very soon
In the study, the researchers sorted people into men-only and women-only groups, and observed the decisions the groups made during a game in which a pot of real money was shared. The results showed that the women-only groups decided to share the money more equally among all the groups than the men-only groups did. Groups containing both men and women distributed the money more equally than did the men-only groups. … [Read more...] about How Would Elena Kagan Change the Supreme Court?
Since experiments can't show exactly what's going on inside a nanopore, Aksimentiev produces atom-by-atom models of nanopore designs and set them in motion using the National Science Foundation-sponsored Ranger supercomputer at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC). His simulations revealed the atomic-level movements of DNA as it wriggled through a nanopore, leading to insights into how to improve the design of the system. … [Read more...] about New Gene Sequencing Method Could Reduce Cost, Increase Speed
Why don't we have bidets in America? We do, they're just not nearly as popular as they are in other places, like Latin America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Even though bidets aren't common here, research from toilet maker Kohler indicates that 63% of Americans would be interested in their home toilet having a personal cleaning feature. That number balloons to 75% for adults age 18-34 and 77% for parents of children under 18. … [Read more...] about Toilet paper running low? Make your own bidet starting at $20 — yes, really