netpipe May 8, 2019

Ars Technica – VW’s record-breaking electric car takes on world’s scariest racetrack, Nürburgring Blog – Hackaday – Pushing 3D Printed Wheels And Transmissions To The Limit CBC | Canada News – Driver caught on video with car doors open, carting load of wood Hacker News – Some AMD CPU’s RDRAND might not return random data […]

netpipe May 5, 2019

Slashdot – When an AI Tries to Name Racehorses Slashdot – UK Nuclear Lab Achieves Americum-Generated Power New Scientist – – New Scientist – Two molecules could give us finer control over CRISPR gene editing New Scientist – – New Scientist – Ebola outbreak in the DRC hits record number of cases in a single […]

netpipe May 2, 2019

Ars Technica – Girl’s $143,000 bill for snakebite treatment reveals antivenin price gouging Ars Technica – Valve Index reveal: The best of VR’s first generation—but is it worth $999? Ars Technica – Oculus Quest review: 2019’s best new gaming system is wireless, affordable VR Ars Technica – How to brew ancient Wari beer Ars Technica […]

netpipe April 25, 2019

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Why unique finches keep their heads of many colors ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Energy-saving new LED phosphor ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Quality of laser beam shaping can be enhanced at no extra cost ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – No assembly required: Researchers automate microrobotic designs Engadget – The […]

netpipe April 20, 2019

EurekAlert! – Breaking News – NTU scientists discover sustainable way to increase seed oil yield in crops ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Scientists advance creation of ‘artificial lymph node’ to fight cancer, other diseases ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Marijuana users weigh less, defying the munchies ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Triplet superconductivity demonstrated under […]

netpipe April 17, 2019

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – A biosynthetic dual-core cell computer Engadget – Internet Explorer security flaw allows hackers to steal files SecurityFocus Vulnerabilities – Vuln: GNU wget CVE-2019-5953 Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability SecurityFocus Vulnerabilities – Vuln: cURL/libcURL Multiple Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities Slashdot – Russia Adopts Bill That Would Expand Government Control Over the Internet Slashdot […]

netpipe April 10, 2019

Engadget – AMD’s latest Ryzen Pro chips bring Vega graphics to work laptops Engadget – Facebook creates an AI-based map of Africa to help with crisis relief Engadget – Blackmagic’s free video editing app helps YouTubers cut faster Hack a Day – Graphene Is So Yesterday — Meet Borophene – Unleash Your Inner Artist […]

netpipe April 4, 2019

EurekAlert! – Breaking News – UCF researchers develop way to control speed of light, send it backward EurekAlert! – Breaking News – Cleaning up oil using magnets EurekAlert! – Breaking News – Teaching computers to intelligently design ‘billions’ of possible materials EurekAlert! – Breaking News – 3D-printed transparent skull provides a window to the brain […]

netpipe March 29, 2019

Hacker News – Dogs demonstrate the existence of an epileptic seizure odour in humans Slashdot – Researchers Find 36 New Security Flaws In LTE Protocol Engadget – Boston Dynamics’ new Handle robot heads to the warehouse Ars Technica – Serious Magento bug will likely be exploited in the wild by card skimmers Next Big Future […]

netpipe March 28, 2019

Distill – Visualizing memorization in RNNs Green Car Congress – Fortum boosts Li-ion battery recycling rate to more than 80% Next Big Future – US, Russia, China and India Can Shoot Down Satellites Hacker News – Teeny-Tiny Bluetooth Transmitter Runs on Less Than 1 Milliwatt Nano Patents and Innovations – 4D-Printed Materials Can Be Stiff […]