When it came into news that Microsoft is removing the start button from its new Windows 8 for good, many fans of its functionality were unhappy. Microsoft has now explained it to the world that why it has removed the start button which was there in every version of Microsoft Windows from the last 17 years.
Putting your scientific aspirations and experiments into orbit can be a bit tricky. But there’s a way to crowdsource your way into the space. ArduSat is working on this idea, and is asking Kickstarter contributors to help them get a Arguina CubeSat off the ground.
With time the enigmatic Chandni Chowk has amassed a plethora of anecdotes and facts that remains discreet to the commoners, like it had trams, canals and much more. My curiosity made me to dredge up deeper into the history of the artifact, as a result I ferreted some astonishing vignettes & facets of the splendid place Chandni Chowk is.
The interesting company, 3M that made forgetting anything impossible by its small sticky notes is now trying to change the face of interior lighting with a highly-engineered reflector which is capable of spreading the light from a single LED bulb over an incredibly large area.
You must have seen a lots of bugs like flies, wasps, bees, etc collide with walls but it is interesting to see that they still keep on going without falling. But can flying robots also do that? Adam Klaptocz, a doctoral candidate in robots at the EPFL in Switzerland wanted to answer this interesting question. Most of the flying robots are designed to use navigation systems in order to prevent them from colliding with things in their way. But what if the robot is left free and open to bump into things and keep going?