Cheap to buy and cheap to own don’t usually go hand in hand, but it does for this year’s overall winner.
What can we learn from the video of the simultaneous landings?
If you’re in the market for excellent noise-cancelling headphones, grab these and don’t look back.
Nobody wants these dumb meat-sack bodies anymore. Now TV is asking if what replaces them will be any better.
The blockchain is the buzziest thing on the internet these days and now MIT professor and godfather of the Human Genome Project George Church wants to put your genes on it. His new startup Nebula Genomics plans to sequence your genome for less than $1,000 and then add your data to the blockchain through the purchase of a “Nebula Token.” Read More
Sylabs, the commercial company behind the open source Singularity container engine, announced its first commercial product today, Singularity Pro. Sylabs was launched in 2015 to create a container platform specifically designed for scientific and high performance computing use cases, two areas that founder and CEO Gregory Kurtzer, says were left behind in the containerization movement over… Read More
It might just buy exclusive rights to image it doesn’t want out there.