In this short video Ray Kurzweil, the great mind behind Google Engineering team explains Singularity. Not an easy topic for sure! My small brain has trouble digesting theories, views and ideas like these. Have a look, it worths it: Raymond “Ray” Kurzweil born February 12,
SanDisk breaks the limit for one more time! They managed to squezee 128gb in a microSD card. 10 years ago the first microSD card had only 128mb and now it has 1000 times more! Innovation comes with a high price tag though so if you
[UPDATE] This is a very old project and at the time was the only solution I could think of. Now things changed and more powerful boards are available which solve the issue of https. Please have a look at this library instead https://github.com/FirebaseExtended/firebase-arduino. The last
Chris Coyier wrote a great guide in which he explains how easily is to learn and use Grunt. For those that don’t, Grunt is a task manager that will help you with your daily tasks as a developer. Chris shows how to install and start
Interested in really old technology? Then check out Isaac Newton’s first telescope. For making the mirror he used the metal alloy speculum. Speculum is the latin word for “mirror” and is a mix of 2 parts copper, 1 part tin and a little bit of arsenium. He build
After Steve Ballmer’s 12 months notice, Microsoft had to find his successor. To be CEO in one of the biggest companies in the world, for sure is not an easy task. A 46 year old with 22 years working experience in Microsoft applied and finally
Trinkets are tiny avr controllers that are becoming popular due to their small size. Adafruit is the place if you want to purchase one. A member(TheKitty) of adafruit forums posted a nice pinout diagram that is very handy especially for the beginners.