Two Quantum Computers Face-Off for the First Time in History!

Supercomputers are about to jump to an entirely new level. Quantum computing is evolving fast, and now, two quantum computers faced off for the first time in history.Earlier this year, researchers at Cornell University pitted two quantum computers against each other in an epic virtual battle. The challenge was to perform and solve an algorithm to compare and determine which...

The Biggest 3 Natural Disasters Ever Recorded in Terms of Energy

Natural disasters are some of the most powerful displays of nature ever. Throughout human history, there have undoubtedly been natural disasters that have released record amounts of energy. Let’s take a look at 3 of the most powerful natural disasters in terms of energy – and there’s a challenge for you at the end!Super Typhoon NancyEnergy Released: 52 Quintillion Joules...

Everyday Formulas That All Engineering Students Use

OK, cards on the table. With a such a broad brush we couldn’t possibly cover all the key equations required for every engineering discipline in one article. Instead, we’ll have a little fun and have a look at some formulas that all students will, likely, have needed to deal with on a day to day basis. They will range...

How Will Electricity Companies Keep Up with the Surge in Electric Cars ?

As electric cars continue to surge, the demand on power grids across the world will continue to rise. Many fear that this drastic increase in energy consumption, up to 50% for some households, could lead to a global energy shortage. Or even worse, a need to burn excess fossil fuels to generate the power. Many power companies are already working to...

Remembering the Legacy of Apple’s Steve Jobs on His 62nd Birthday

For over a decade, Steve Jobs became the man in a black turtleneck and dad jeans, proudly displaying the latest gadget. The simple wardrobe contrasted with the technologically complex item in his hand.Today would’ve marked Steve Jobs’s 62nd birthday. To celebrate, the new Apple Campus in Cupertino announced its massive 1,000-seat theater will be dubbed the Steve Jobs Theater in...

Apple Park : Apple’s New $5 Billion Campus Will Open This April

Apple announced on Wednesday that Apple Park, the company’s new campus, will open to employees in April.Apple Park Opens its DoorsThe construction of Apple Park began in 2013, costing Apple $5 billion. Apple planned for its first group to move into the “Spaceship” campus in January 2017, however, this was delayed by several months.Apple Park will finally be opening...

The One Question Everyone Wonders: Is Time Travel Possible?

Is time travel possible? It’s a question that we all hope is true so we can go back and prevent all of the mistakes we have made. However, will it ever be possible? Some scientists say that it has already happened.There’s no question that time travel is one of the most desired scientific breakthroughs that will hopefully come in the...

New Nokia 3310 Finally Gets a Price Point!

Fans of the nearly-indestructible Nokia 3310 finally have a price point. The modern remake will cost about $65 (50 pounds, 59 Euro) each, according to VentureBeat.For 1990s babies and people who consistently drop their phones, the 3310 could be the welcome throwback they need. As long as it still comes with those fabulous, customizable front and rear cover panels, we’re...

These New Microbots Will Boogie Their Way Through Your Body

Placing a microbot into a human body with a battery pack could turn from a useful device into a hazardous situation if the robot were to ever stop working. But what if you could eliminate batteries and motors entirely? In recent years, scientists have been perfecting magnetically controlled microrobots. But controlling multiple robots within the same magnetic field has...

Researchers Lose World’s First and Only Sample of Metallic Hydrogen

Harvard University physicists were thrilled last year when they successfully transformed hydrogen into a metal state. Scientists predicted the phase change in 1935, but no one had yet to create it in a lab setting. The Harvard team not only created the metallic hydrogen sample but they maintained its stability in the lab. However, the team reports they’ve lost the sample....