El vehículo de la fotografía – no sé si me atrevo siquiera a llamarlo automóvil, o si realmente lo es – es el Toyota FV2, un concept car presentado por la marca japonesa en la edición de este año del Tokyo Motor Show.
Ever come across a tutorial online that tells you to run a long terminal command, but want to know what each part of it actually means? ExplainShell does exactly that: paste in the command, and it'll tell you what each portion of the code does.
A excelente palestra da neurocientista Suzana Herculano no TED agora está legendada no YouTube. Clique, assista e entenda mais sobre quem somos, de onde viemos e o quê nos torna tão especiais em relação a nossos primos primatas.
I've always known this, and I'm sure most of you do too, but we never really talk about it. Every smartphone or other device with mobile communications capability (e.g. 3G or LTE) actually runs not one, but two operating systems. Aside from the operating system that we as end-users see (Android, iOS, PalmOS), it also runs a small operating system that manages everything related to radio. Since this functionality is highly timing-dependent, a real-time operating system is required.
Via prosthetic knowledge: Light and sound are two types of waves. Like radio and the waves that our cell phones make to communicate with each other. We are continuously surrounded by waves, but we never see them.
The latest episode of Numberphile delves into a particularly interesting reference to pi from the Simpsons episode "Marge in Chains," while raising the very valid question as to why the Simpsons – who have eight fingers apiece – don't live in a...