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This Lickable Screen Can Recreate Almost Any Taste or Flavor Without Eating Food

No matter how they may make you feel, licking your gadgets and electronics is never recommended. Unless you’re a researcher from Meiji University in Japan who’s invented what’s being described as a taste display that can artificially recreate any flavor by triggering the five different tastes on a user’s tongue…


SpaceX Successfully Launches First Crew to Orbit, Ushering in New Era of Spaceflight

After nearly two decades of effort, Elon Musk’s aerospace company, SpaceX, successfully launched its first two people into orbit, ushering in a new age of human spaceflight in the United States. The flight marked the first time astronauts have launched into orbit from American soil in nearly a decade, and SpaceX is now the first company to send passengers to orbit on a privately made vehicle…


$350 USB Stick That Claims to Block 5G Is Actually a $6 Generic Thumb Drive

No, 5G won’t give you coronavirus. But that isn’t stopping scammers from trying to exploit misguided fears about the technology…


New 5G Switch Provides 50 Times More Energy Efficiency Than Currently Exists

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — As 5G hits the market, new U.S. Army-funded research has developed a radio-frequency switch that is more than 50 times more energy efficient than what is used today…


Little-Known Japanese CPU Threatens to Make Nvidia, Intel and AMD Obsolete in HPC Market

Sandia National Laboratories has announced it will be the first Department of Energy labs in the US to deploy the Fujitsu A64FX, the only ARM-based processor designed from ground up for HPC projects and supercomputers…


Price for Entry-Level 13-Inch MacBook Pro RAM Upgrade Quietly Doubles to $200

The price tag to upgrade the RAM of the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro has doubled, opening the door for similar cost increases to affect other Apple computers…


The Co-Op That Blocked the Sale of the .Org Domain to Private Equity Has a Plan to Democratise Large Parts of the Internet

Around 5% of all websites use the .org domain, with the most popular being Wikipedia. These websites represent around 6% of the top 1000 websites and 7% of the top 100 000 domains. The domain itself has been controlled by ICANN (The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), which is part of the non-profit Internet Society. In 2019 a private equity firm, Ethos capital, approached ICANN with an offer of buying the .org registrar for $1.6 billion…

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