What’s fueling hydrogen tech?

Hydrogen is capturing the attention of governments and private sector players, fueled by new tech, global green energy legislation, and post-pandemic “green recovery” schemes.

I Drove Toyota’s Car Of The Future And It Was Boring

While Tesla is getting everyone excited about the idea of sexy electric cars in every driveway, Toyota has been working on a different technological roadmap: the carmaker that made the hybrid category with the Prius thinks that the next generation of cars will be fueled by hydrogen,

Toyota's Fuel Cell Car To Launch In Japan Next March

puddingebola writes with news that Toyota will be bringing its first fuel-cell car to market in Japan next March. It's expected to cost about $68,700, and Toyota plans to bring it to the U.S. and European markets later that summer.

8 Reasons Why the Tokyo Olympics Will Be the Most Futuristic We've Ever Seen

In 1964, the last time Tokyo hosted the Summer Olympics, the nation revealed one of the biggest mic drops in transportation history: the debut of the shinkansen, the world-famous bullet train that became a Japanese icon. The first high-speed train in the world,

Why Scientific American's Predictions from 10 Years Ago Were So Wrong

Recently, we did an experiment: We took an outdated issue of a respected popular science magazine, Scientific American, and researched exactly what happened to the highly-touted breakthroughs of the era that would supposedly change everything.

BMW Vs. Tesla: A Real Live Innovator’s Dilemma

Elon Musk has defined the standard for a future mass-produced electric car – it must cost around $40,000, have a range of 200 miles, and be comparable to a BMW 3 series. BMW is now delivering its new i3 to the US market in accessible volumes.

The Space Shuttle’s Military Launch Complex In California That Never Was

Everybody identifies Kennedy Space Center and Johnson Space Center as the epicenters of America’s now defunct Space Shuttle Program. What most people don’t know is that the Shuttle almost had a second home at Vandenberg Air Force Base on the south central coast of California.Read more...

Can Congress Grant Private Companies The Right To Mine Asteroids?

U.S. companies are eyeing asteroids as the next frontier in lucrative mining ventures. But, they say, their plans are stymied by the vague status of private ownership in space. Earlier this summer,

Dear Tesla: Bypassing Environmental Laws Is Bad For Everyone

Tesla Motors is planning a so-called Gigafactory, an enormous battery plant to supply the company's upcoming high-volume Model 3 . California wants that factory bad, offering to waive its environmental regulations to win the bid. That's bad news—for Tesla, for California, for you and me,

Read the First Chapter of Neal Stephenson's New Novel, Seveneves

The following excerpt is chapter one from Neal Stephenson’s new novel, Seveneves. Stephenson is also the author of the novels Snow Crash, Cryptonomicon, and Anathem.Read more...

How Humanity Will Conquer Space Without Rockets

Getting out of Earth's gravity well is hard. Conventional rockets are expensive, wasteful, and as we're frequently reminded, very dangerous. Thankfully, there are alternative ways of getting ourselves and all our stuff off this rock. Here's how we'll get from Earth to space in the future.Read more.

Leveling the playing field

There is an atmosphere of collaboration, not competition, around the creation of hardware for gamers within the assistive technology community. 

This Week in Apps: Apple talks App Store fraud, responds to antitrust complaints; Facebook growth is

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020.

Rocket Lab’s 20th Electron launch ends in failure with the loss of its payload

Rocket Lab flew its 20th Electron mission on Saturday morning, but the launch ran into a significant issue just after its second stage engine ignited. The engine appeared to shut down just after the ignition, which is not what it’s supposed to do,

Amazon launches miniTV, a free video streaming service, in India

Amazon, which already charges some of the world’s lowest charges for Prime Video in India, is going a step further to win more users in the world’s second largest internet market. The e-commerce giant on Saturday launched miniTV,

European AI needs strategic leadership, not overregulation

Proposed EU regulations could cripple AI development in the EU while China and the U.S. leap forward and lead to complete chaos when regulations in various EU bodies start contradicting.

Solana, a blockchain platform followed by top crypto investors, says it’s a lot faster than Ethereum

Solana isn’t known yet outside of the crypto community. But insiders think the blockchain platform is interesting for a wide variety of reasons, beginning with its amiable founder, Anatoly Yakovenko,

Extra Crunch roundup: Selling SaaS to developers, cracking YC after 13 tries, all about Expensify

In an exclusive TechCrunch exposé, a founder shares the key lessons he learned while steering his startup through YC’s stringent selection process.

Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 is filling up fast. Apply today.

Startup Alley — the very name conjures up images of early-stage startups demonstrating game-changing products, platforms and services to thousands of Disrupt attendees and industry influencers. It’s where you’ll find envelope pushing and boundary breaking going down.

5 questions about Grab’s epic SPAC investor deck

Grab is going public via a SPAC, so let's talk through key points from the investor deck — we'll discuss growth, segment profitability, aggregate costs and COVID-19.

Clubhouse rolls out payments to over 60K creators following initial test

Clubhouse is rapidly expanding access to payments, its first revenue-generating feature for creators, since its launch into testing earlier this month. At the beginning of April,

Android版WhatsApp被曝有重大隐患

日前,DoubleThink首席技术官Bas Bosschert在其博客发表文章,称Android版WhatsApp存在有严重的加密隐患,这一隐患会导致储存在SD卡上的聊天记录被任何Android应用读取。

土耳其为何又一次封掉了YouTube

匿名懦夫 写道 "你也许听说过土耳其突然(又一次)封掉了YouTube,但却不知道原因。答案是:YouTube上的录音泄露了土耳其高官的计划——他们打算派特工袭击本国目标以制造与叙利亚开战的理由。

360智键能否复制360免费模式的成功?

免费二字,早已深深地嵌入奇虎360的灵魂之中,PC互联网时代,360依靠免费模式颠覆了国内的杀毒软件行业,并开拓出导航、浏览器、搜索引擎等重头流量业务,那在移动互联网时代近乎免费的360智键会成功吗?

Shot-By-Shot Breakdown Of Avengers 2 Trailer Reveals Spoilery Details

Holy crap, the Avengers 2 trailer is amazing . So amazing that we decided to pick it apart and look for character and plot clues, and what we found was pretty exciting. Spoilers! Read more...

运营商CEO解释苹果SIM问题:“太复杂了”

感谢雷锋网的投递苹果首次推出的SIM卡应该能够让iPad用户不受运营商的约束,让他们可以轻松从一个蜂窝网络切换到另一个。不幸的是,美国最大的移动运营商却把事情弄糟了。

CES预热:爱可视公布50 Diamond智能手机和80b Helium平板电脑细节

爱可视公布了参展CES大会的产品细节,其中就包括50 Diamond智能手机,80b Helium平板电脑细节。50 Diamond智能手机配有8核处理器,5英寸全高清IPS显示屏,2GB系统内存和16GB存储空间,支持4G连接,采用Android 5.

簡單唔花巧!Apple Watch「To-Do List」應用程式介面設計曝光

早於去年 11 月,Apple 就已經為軟件開發商提供 iOS 8.2 及 Xcode 6.2 beta 的 Apple Watch SDK 開發工具 ,而為了配合該智能手錶發售,他們更要求開發商於 2 月準備好相關的 app。

Meanwhile in the Future: What If We Banned All Weapons?

This week’s future is a social experiment. What if Earth had a robotic overlord who decided to ban all weapons? All fights would have to be hand to hand. Would there be less death that way? Less casualties? What counts as a weapon anyway? Listen to the episode to find out!Read more...

二叉树(大体框架) - Young_For_You

二叉树的简介: 树形结构是一类重要的非线性数据结构,其中以树和二叉树最为常用。二叉树是每个结点最多有两个子树的有序树。通常子树的根被称作“左子树”(left subtree)和“右子树”(right subtree)。二叉树常被用作二叉查找树和二叉堆或是二叉排序树。(这些结构呢在后面的博客中将一一讲

You Have To Be Insane To Drive Your Car This Close To A Tornado

Tornadoes. When you see a warning about them on the weather channel, it usually advises you to take shelter or get on out of there. But some folks are into chasing those storms, and we end up with extreme close ups of a phenomenon that a lot of us would rather not venture out to get for ourselves.

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