Popular Science’ 2003 Best of What’s New lists the top 100 technological innovations of 2003, from aviation to defibrillation, GPS to Wi-Fi, rotary to rockets. The year and the gear that was.
Best of What’s New 2003
- iOS 11 is coming today: Best features... — iOS 11: Release date, best features, tips and download – CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/how-to/ios-11-best-features-how-to-download-and-more/Downloading iOS 11 should be pretty straightforward. You’ll get a notification letting you know there’s an update available. At that time, you’ll want to be on Wi-Fi and connected to power, so that your phone doesn’t die downloading the large 2.04 GB install file. Some [...]
- This site lists all the countries you... — This site lists all the countries you can travel to without a visahttps://thenextweb.com/apps/2017/08/10/this-site-lists-all-the-countries-you-can-travel-to-without-a-visa/#.tnw_OydlsUnSTell VisaDB where you’re from and it’ll list all the countries you can travel to without having to apply for a visa. How nifty is that? [...]
- What it’s like to ship yourself overn... — What it’s like to ship yourself overnight on Cabin’s sleep pod bus | TechCrunchhttps://techcrunch.com/2017/07/22/cabin-sleep-pod-bus-review/A round trip Cabin between Los Angeles and San Francisco costs $230. What you get with Cabin is a sleep pod, bedding, free Wi-Fi, complimentary water, nighttime tea, coffee, earplugs and a melatonin supplement. You can store up to two pieces of [...]
- Neil deGrasse Tyson Selects the Eight... — Neil deGrasse Tyson Selects the Eight Books Every Intelligent Person on the Planet Should Read – Brain Pickingshttps://www.brainpickings.org/2014/12/29/neil-degrasse-tyson-reading-list/?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethitsAdding to history’s notable reading lists — including those by Leo Tolstoy, Alan Turing, Brian Eno, David Bowie, Stewart Brand, and Carl Sagan — Tyson offers the following eight essentials, each followed by a short, and sometimes wry, [...]
- A Guide to Getting Past Customs With ... — WHEN RYAN LACKEY travels to a country like Russia or China, he takes certain precautions: Instead of his usual gear, the Seattle-based security researcher and founder of a stealth security startup brings a locked-down Chromebook and an iPhone SE that’s set up to sync with a separate, non-sensitive Apple account. He wipes both before every trip, [...]