60-Second Tech Scientific American
Contact Lens Binoculars Are in Sight
Researchers revealed their latest prototype contact lenses that magnify vision almost three times with the wink of an eye. Larry Greenemeier reports
Keurig Coffee Drinkers Hack Back
Users of the K-cup coffee company’s products have counterattacked against its efforts to restrict the brands that their new machines can brew. Larry Greenemeier reports
Radar Makes All Houses Glass
Law enforcement agencies have handheld radar that can “see” through walls via RF signals, raising Fourth Amendment concerns. Larry Greenemeier reports
Smart Keyboard Gets a Charge out of You
Researchers have made a secure, waterproof wireless keyboard that gets charged by the action of your fingertips as you type. Larry Greenemeier reports
Rival Space Internets Vie for Sky Pie
SpaceX’s Elon Musk and fellow tech mogel Greg Wyler both have plans for low Earth orbit satellite networks that could fill in many of the world's current gaps in Internet coverage. Larry Greenemeier reports
Gestures and Eye Movements Will Control Cars
Carmakers are working on ways to let drivers interact with their cars using presumably safer hand gestures and eye movement in addition to voice controls and touch screens. Larry Greenemeier reports
Useful but fluffy
Not always hard-hitting, but short & sweet.
Interesting bites of information
This podcast provides interesting bites of information. I wish it were not two volume clicks louder than all other podcasts.
Da error 8006 desde Noviembre
Desde mediados de noviembre al tratar de actualizarlo da error 8006 y no baja los nuevos episodios.
From mid-November to try to update it gives error 8006 and does not download the new episodes.