Hard Tech

“SkinKit” lets ordinary people build their own “smart tattoos”
“SkinKit” smart tattoos are wearable devices that collect data directly from users’ bodies and display useful information in real time.
“Adaptive WiFi” wants to learn your habits  5:52
You’re already living in a smart home – but there’s one thing missing.
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Russia tries to impose switch to Linux from Windows
The Russian government is switching from the Windows operating system to the open-source OS Linux and encouraging companies to follow suit.
ai microchip
Stanford’s new microchip could put powerful AI on your devices 
e-bike conversion kit
This simple kit turns your regular bike into an e-bike in minutes
Free Lyft robotaxis are hitting Las Vegas 
supersonic planes
American Airlines plans to buy 20 supersonic planes
Inside the crypto black markets of Argentina
text to image ai
Text-to-image AIs are changing art forever 
Russians reportedly building a satellite-blinding laser. How would it work?
digital dementia
Smartphones might actually be improving your memory 
MIT’s new algorithm for self-driving cars is open-source 
flying sports car
Flying sports car cleared for takeoff by FAA