1990s: The graduate student who helped the electronics industry face a global crisis

By David H. Freedman 09.23.2022 0 //php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> In 1974, three scientists published a paper that would rock the US and global electronics industry 15 years later. The paper laid out the chemical life cycle of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), a family of compounds that had proven hugely useful … Read more

The Galaxy Watch 5 should reclaim its ‘Active’ label, face Apple and Google head-on

Samsung will likely unveil the Galaxy Watch 5 this August. Leaks concerning the new watch have been surprisingly scant, but Samsung may boost the battery life and add a new temperature sensor for more accurate health and sleep tracking. Interestingly, Samsung will reportedly abandon the “Classic” design and release a massive “Pro” watch in its … Read more

Biometrics face off: retina vs face recognition vs fingerprint scanner

Source: Pocketnow Biometric sensors have been taken off rapidly in the past few years. They can be found in a lot of general products such as smartphones, tablets, computers, portable storage, and many more accessories. Some places, such as gyms, also allow users to scan their fingerprints and easily access physical locations. There are three … Read more