Smart lenses may be making headlines, but Google wants to take things a step further. The company just filed a patent for a lens that is injected in your eyeball. The device would mostly be used for vision improvement.
Steady shipments of advanced equipment are arriving at a facility Apple bought back in December, leaving analysts wondering just what the company is up to. Are they prototyping processors? Or something else entirely?
Two years after Western Digital's HGST, Seagate is now shipping helium-filled hard drives to enterprise customers. Helium reduces friction and energy usage, which can be crucial in an enterprise context.
Google may be receiving an antitrust sanction from the European Union soon, over alleged anti-competitive practices in its search results. The dispute dates back six years, but the EU hasn't been shy about penalizing major tech companies.
Style might not be all that important with a monitor, but it doesn't hurt. That's why AOC has opted for a large red stripe on the first display in its new Agon lineup, while also giving it a 1,440p TN panel and a decent refresh rate, too.
Millions of scientists and researchers around the world download scientific papers illegally, for free, every month from Sci-Hub. It gives them access to everything, which might otherwise leave them in the hole for thousands of dollars.