Monthly Archives: April 2015

Pretend you have Project Ara with this modular smartphone case

As awesome as Project Ara is, we’ve yet to hear a solid timeline nor pricing info for Google’s ambitious modular smartphone. But we bring you good news: For those who lack patience and want to try the next best thing, … Continue reading

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Puertoricans came to North America before Columbus (Photos) – National Native American History | Examiner.com

¿Como? ¿Puertorriqueños en América del Norte antes de que Cristóbal Colón? ¡Por seguro! Forensic geologists and Native American scholars are opening the flood gates of new knowledge about North America’s past. What they are discovering is that what is now … Continue reading

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Microsoft Retail Store San Juan Puerto Rico – Love My Surface

Our Trip To Microsoft Retail Store in San Juan, Puerto Rico: In case you haven’t noticed, \we like to check out Microsoft Retail Stores as we travel, pretty much everywhere we go. For one thing, we always have something to … Continue reading

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The World’s Most Captivating Bioluminescent Bay, Puerto Rico | Attention Boricuas

Bioluminescence is defined as the emission of visible light by a living organism. Is mainly due to light emission from a biochemical reaction. The necessary conditions for concentration levels are kept stable in time and space is a rare phenomenon … Continue reading

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I’m Not Putting My Arm Anywhere Near This Blood-Thirsty Needle Robot

The most unsettling part is how the machine clamps down onto a patient’s arm to help keep it steady during the procedure. It obviously helps make the experience less painful, but it doesn’t do much to help stress levels if … Continue reading

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This Little Device Turns Your Thumb Nail Into a Track Pad

Sometimes your hands are completely tied up when you need to use a device the most—so even gesture recognition is no use, let alone a touchscreen. MIT’s latest input device though, which turns your thumbnail into a track pad, could … Continue reading

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Northampton’s testing magnetic underground delivery ‘moles’

Northampton, England is considering an unusual approach to alleviating traffic congestion and air pollution. The city wants to replace the trucks currently clogging its two major motorways with underground delivery carts. The system from Mole Solutions, dubbed a “Freight Pipeline”, … Continue reading

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