Swedish residents are now beginning to implant microchips, the size of a grain of rice, inside their hands to give them easy access to their IDs, wallets, and keys. @Futurism reports that […]
Want to learn some programming? You can go right now to this website, where you can run code in the programming language Python. Now type this single line … print (“Hello, World!”) … […]
Last week, The New York Times reported on the federal government’s plans to collect DNA samples from people in immigration custody, including asylum seekers. This is an infringement of civil rights and privacy, and opens […]
The Lines of Code That Changed Everything Apollo 11, the JPEG, the first pop-up ad, and 33 other bits of software that have transformed our world.
Back in 2009, Facebook launched a world-changing piece of code—the “like” button. “Like” was the brainchild of several programmers and designers, including Leah Pearlman and Justin Rosenstein. They’d hypothesized that Facebook users […]
Students across Barbados studying for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) exams now have access to a website to assist them in a number of subject areas. Wiki-Notes, created by Aron David […]
Hip-hop has long been infatuated with its own history. “You love to hear the story, again and again/ Of how it all got started, way back when” declared the Juice Crew’s MC […]
A biometric self-boarding gate has officially been launched at John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 1, officials said Tuesday. Lufthansa has deployed the paperless, high-tech boarding process – which uses facial recognition […]