In my previous post I explained how we are now responsible for the well being of three little human beings. Lucky for me my favorite GPS company has entered into the business of tracking precious cargo. Garmin "recently" started to sell the Garmin GTU-10 GPS Locator so I picked one up … Continue reading
Having a broadband connection of 300 Mbps is already common in developed countries, but it is surprising to know that in the International Space Station (ISS) that internet connection has nothing to envy to ours.
Less than ever now, because NASA engineers have improved that Internet … Continue reading
The Tesla Roadster that was sent into space during the inaugural launch of the Falcon Heavy have already completed its first orbit to the Sun, according to Spacex calculations. An occasion that allows us to remember that, Elon Musk launched his car into space.
Over time, that mission may … Continue reading
Can you imagine getting to work without having to swallow the jam each day and do it by a flying motorbike?
In Los Angeles, the company JetPack Aviation has just announced the launch of its first flying bike.
This machine is able to take off completely vertically and reach a … Continue reading
From time to time, Asians (usually Chinese or Japanese) surprise us because of their occurrences when it comes to combining technology and humor.
Precisely we come to show you one of those inventions that leave you stunned. A Japanese city has decided to use a dog-shaped drone as the mascot of … Continue reading