Facebook has followed Google’s lead by trumpeting plans to expand its presence in the UK — despite ongoing uncertainty over the impact of this summer’s Brexit vote for the country to leave the European Union. Read More Go to Source
Author: Natasha Lomas
An unexpected connection has emerged between the results of physics experiments and an important, seemingly unrelated set of numbers in pure mathematics. The post Physicists Uncover Strange Numbers in Particle Collisions appeared first on WIRED.
In living organisms, evolution is a multi-generational process where mutations in genes are dropped and added. Well-adapted organisms survive and those less fortunate go extinct. This is Natural Selection. Resilience is great, but if you don’t grow gills in time for the flood, then tough luck. Read More Go to Source
Author: David Cheng
Ever find yourself running low on hard drive space? Expand your storage and save everything instead of having to delete files you’d rather keep with the Nifty MiniDrive, on sale now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
Tablets might be dying a slow death, but Apple continues to dominate the market. With Black Friday, retailers are giving hefty discounts on various iPad models which make it a pretty good time to grab one if you have been contemplating buying one for quite some time.
It’s not just Apple Watch, iPad, and iPhones that have been heavily discounted by retailers this Black Friday. They are also offering some hefty discounts and attractive deals on Apple’s Mac lineup, though the newly refreshed MacBook Pro lineup is not a part of this.
It was October 2011. Verena Rentrop and Elsie Parumog, two Nokia staff stationed on opposite sides of the world, were having a routine work chat when something more pressing came up. With another wave of restructuring underway, which would see Nokia lay off thousands of employees over the next few years, the close but remote relationship that the two had established might soon come to an end. Read More Go to Source
Author: Steve O'Hear
Cameras aren’t just for pictures anymore. They’re for helping computers see the world, and helping us see each other. The post Snap’s Spectacles Are the Beginning of a Camera-First Future appeared first on WIRED.