Skoog is an uber-cool, app-ready, hands-on musical cube that brings your creativity to life. Skoog sets the standard for tactile control and redefines the musical landscape for novices and experts alike.
During a famous scene in Star Wars, Princess Leia has R2D2 play a holographic video message in midair in which she pleads for help from Obi-Wan Kenobi. In the near future, smartphones and other mobile devices will have the ability to show something similar, according to David Fattal.
We’ve just wrapped up our live coverage here in Redmond, Washington where Microsoft held its Windows 10 press event. If you missed the two hours of announcements, here’s our recap in one handy list. As usual, click the links for full details of each story.
These strange habits are practiced by some of the most successful people in the world. Literally billions of dollars and thousands have been generated by these people, so they have to be doing something right, right?
Albert Rothenberg, a noted researcher on the creative process, has extensively studied the use of opposites in the creative process. He identified a process he terms “Janusian thinking,” a process named after Janus, a Roman God who has two faces, each looking in the opposite direction.
At The Data Incubator, we run a free six week data science fellowship to help our Fellows land industry jobs. Our hiring partners love considering Fellows who don’t mind getting their hands dirty with data. That’s why our Fellows work on cool capstone projects that showcase those skills.
The National Football League takes in more than $9.5 billion per year and is exempt from Federal taxes.
There are fish in the waters of Nanoose Bay, British Columbia, big enough to drown an eagle — and that’s not just an old fishing tale. Mindy Dick, of the O.W.L.
We live in a high-tech supercar renaissance, with the Porsche 918 Spyder, McLaren P1 and Ferrari LaFerrari all duking it out for performance supremacy. All three members of this power trio place the engine behind the driver and use some kind of hybrid assist.
The National Security Agency has had agents in China, Germany, and South Korea working on programs that use “physical subversion” to infiltrate and compromise networks and devices, according to documents obtained by The Intercept.