• Technology In Rugby Gear

    There isn’t any written proof which might inform us precisely who has coined the phrase academic know-how. Personally I think that ‘transhumanism’ – the quest to upgrade and enhance on basic human biology through technology, has large potential to enhance our lives by rising life spans, growing intelligence, our physical talents and much more. So I am not one of those that’s horrified by the entire thought of transhumanism, considering it against God or against nature. No one can deny the function of society as a result of while you were born, mechanically, you grew to become the a part of the society; your pondering course of and life fashion displays that society. Society performs tremendously essential function for the development of a nation, and for all the world as an entire.

    Business mobility. Technological improvements improved companies’ gross sales, companies, shorted lead time on receiving and delivering items and …

  • NASA And Tom Cruise Are Working Together To Film A Movie In Space

    When we watch movies that are based in space, there’s almost a 100% certainty that it was shot in some movie studio with a green/blue screen, along with a ton of CGI. However, it seems that if both NASA and actor Tom Cruise have their way, those screens may no longer be necessary.

    This is because in a tweet by NASA administrator, Jim Bridenstine, he has confirmed that the space agency and the actor are both working together to film a movie in space on board of the International Space Station (ISS). It is unclear what movie this will be, but it is apparently too early to tell.

    Right now the word on the street is that the title is still very much in the early stages of its development and that there are no studios attached to it, nor is there a release date. This means that for now,

  • The Neuroscience of Why You Could Really Use a Hug Right Now

    Alice,* a 31-year-old director from London, has been breaking the coronavirus lockdown rules. “I almost don’t want to tell you this,” she says, lowering her voice. Her violation? Once a week, Alice, who lives alone, walks to the end of her garden to meet her best friend Lucy.* There, with the furtiveness of a street drug deal, Lucy hugs her tightly. Alice struggles to let her go. “You just get that rush of feeling better,” Alice says. “Like it’s all OK.”

    Wired UK

    This story originally appeared on WIRED UK.

    Aside from Lucy’s hugs, Alice hasn’t been touched by another person since March 15, which is when she went into a self-imposed lockdown, a week before the official government advice to self-isolate. “I’ve found it really hard,” she says. “I am a huggy person. You start to notice it after a while. I miss it.” She feels guilty about

  • Rich Brian, YUNA, LOONA, and 20 more global stars are set to hold a four hour-long digital concert

    Just weeks after the World Health Organization (WHO), Global Citizen, and Lady Gaga organized one of the largest digital concerts ever, 88rising is standing up to produce their own digital concert filled with stars and acts across Asia.

    Introducing Asia Rising Forever, an event that will be celebrating “the most exciting Asian talent from around the world.”

    Known for championing Asian musicians and performers in the global media and entertainment scene, American-based mass media company 88rising is beginning May with what could possibly be the largest online gathering of Asian musical artistry ever.

    The event boasts a strong star-packed lineup including more than 20 Asian artists who are well-known globally, from Indonesia (Rich Brian and NIKI) to Malaysia (YUNA), and even several K-pop acts like Kang Daniel, and popular girl groups CLC and LOONA.

    Rich Brian and NIKI were planned to be the first Indonesians acts to perform at
  • Google’s Stadia controller will finally work wirelessly with computers starting this week

    Google’s Stadia Controller will finally work wirelessly with laptops and desktops starting this week, the company announced today (via Engadget). Since the cloud gaming service’s November launch, the only way you could use your controller wirelessly was if you were playing Stadia on your TV with a Chromecast Ultra. You still can’t use the Stadia Controller wirelessly with an Android phone, though, and it’s not clear when that functionality might arrive.

    When used wirelessly, the Stadia controller connects to Google’s servers over Wi-Fi instead of connecting to the device in front of you over Bluetooth, like most other gaming controllers. Google says this helps the controller “deliver precise controls.” If you want to connect your Stadia controller wirelessly, you can follow Google’s support documentation here.

    If you want to pick up a Stadia controller, you can buy one for $69 or for $129 as part of the