Apple’s iPhone SE 3 Is Reportedly Launching in 2022. And It Might Feature 5G

If buying a phone is a less-is-more proposition, you’re in for a surprise. Apple’s new iPhone SE 3 will likely launch in a few months, offering brand enthusiasts a less pricey alternative to the mainstream features of the iPhone 13 as soon as the first quarter of 2022, according to an initial press release from… Continue reading Apple’s iPhone SE 3 Is Reportedly Launching in 2022. And It Might Feature 5G

Tesla’s Self-Labeling AI Is One Step Closer to Level-3 Automation

The Head of AI at Tesla has released new footage from the self-driving vehicle company’s auto-labeling tool, and it could substantially accelerate progress in the Full Self-Driving Beta, according to tweets from the Tesla officer. In case funky-colored videos don’t mean much to you, Tesla’s self-labeling AI brings Elon Musk’s firm one step closer to… Continue reading Tesla’s Self-Labeling AI Is One Step Closer to Level-3 Automation

Scientists Want to Map Trillions of Miles of Underground Fungus Networks

This year, for the first time, scientists will set out on a journey to map out one of the final frontiers of uncharted knowledge on the planet: the fungal networks that basically make up our planet’s circulatory system. And the fungi’s whole corpus of knowledge is hidden deep beneath our feet. In the soil, fungi utilize… Continue reading Scientists Want to Map Trillions of Miles of Underground Fungus Networks

Russia and China Are Interfering With US Satellites ‘Daily’, Says Space Force

A top Space Force General said that U.S. satellites in high orbit are under constant attack from China and Russia, and added that China could surpass the U.S. in the space race. Space Force General David Thompson told Washington Post that the threats against U.S. satellites are really growing and expanding and it’s really an evolution of… Continue reading Russia and China Are Interfering With US Satellites ‘Daily’, Says Space Force

A Metal Catalyst Has Accelerated Carbon Capture Tech. But Can It Save the World?

Capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air and converting it into fuel has been an arguably popular topic in recent years. One such notable example of this — first published in the year 2015 — transforms carbon dioxide into methanol (CH3OH) with the help of a homogeneous catalyst.  As you might have noticed, the idea… Continue reading A Metal Catalyst Has Accelerated Carbon Capture Tech. But Can It Save the World?

A New CO2 Battery Can Halve the Cost of Solar Energy Storage

Energy Dome just announced the close of its $11 million Series A funding round. The Italian company will use that new money to develop and demonstrate the technology for its CO2 Battery, which will greatly enhance solar energy storage, a press statement reveals. The CO2 battery will store solar renewable energy during the day when… Continue reading A New CO2 Battery Can Halve the Cost of Solar Energy Storage

A New Futuristic Gauss Rifle Looks Straight Out of a Video Game

If you’re familiar with popular video games like Fallout and Quake, you’ve probably seen a Gauss rifle, also known as a coilgun. While Gauss rifles are actually a thing in real life, they’re not all too common and are usually pretty expensive. Now an advanced weapons startup Arcflash Labs has built an alpha version of a handheld Gauss rifle that… Continue reading A New Futuristic Gauss Rifle Looks Straight Out of a Video Game

A New DIY Laser-Guided Drone System Can Drop Metal Darts for $1,000

This can’t be good. From photography and videography to the battlefield, drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are everywhere. The remote-controlled aircraft can be employed for both destructive and non-lethal missions, and we are seeing them more and more on the battlefield as many countries are seeking armed drone capabilities.  In this video… Continue reading A New DIY Laser-Guided Drone System Can Drop Metal Darts for $1,000