Moore's Law is one of those miracles of modern life that we all take for granted, like grocery stores and dentistry with anesthesia. For 50 years now, computer processors have been doubling their performance per dollar per square centimeter every 1-2 years. This exponential trend has taken us from the ENIAC's 500 flops (floating point…
Could IBM really be on the verge of pushing Intel to the back seat?
Role-playing games are a beloved staple of the industry. Ever since they moved from tabletop to desktop, they've captivated the hearts and minds of gamers of all ages. There's something about the RPG genre that provides for a more immersive experience and satisfying narrative. Of course, there are plenty of bad RPGs that sully the…
Twenty year-old Boyan Slat, founder of The Ocean Cleanup, has created a way that will help put an end to the plastic pollution problem in world oceans through innovative technology set to deploy in 2016.
The way we use the web is changing. The rise of social networks and apps have created closed silos where people are spending increasing amounts of time, at the expense of the open web. There are a couple of ways for you to be reading this article: you could have entered MakeUseOf.com into your browser…
FB is not a good thing for open self-expression...it only seems that way.
A Japanese three-ingredient recipe has resurfaced on social media, earning over 1.6 million likes on YouTube.
Well hey, what's not to like about cream cheese? Here's a cream cheese factoid: during World War II, the US rationed butter, but cream cheese was not rationed, hence many new cream cheese recipes began.
We often think of technological progress as the march from sparking fires with flint in caves to the inevitable rise of robot overlords, but it isn’t so simple. There are technological leaps, regressions, and cul-de-sacs throughout history.
Madame Marthe de Florian (Paris, France; 9 September 1864 - Trouville-sur-Mer, France; 29 August 1939) born as Mathilde Héloïse Beaugiron was a little known French demimondaine (courtesan) during the Belle Époque.
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