TECHNOLOGY

everyday things astronauts can’t do in space

Astronauts can laugh in space all they want, but the act of crying is quite different without gravity. When asked if he could cry in space, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield answered, “Can you cry in space? Your eyes make tears but they stick as a liquid ball. In fact, they sting a bit. So — space tears don’t shed.” Unless ... Read More »

Neda Tabatabaie Receives SVBJ Women of Influence Award

Neda Tabatabaie, Vice President, Business Intelligence for the San Jose Sharks, has been selected by the Silicon Valley Business Journal to receive its Women of Influence Award for 2019. The Women of Influence award honors and celebrates the 100 most influential women in Silicon Valley. Honorees have been selected from the private, public and nonprofit sectors. Tabatabaie will be recognized ... Read More »

Jobs Facing Extinction

These folks perform work involved in developing and processing photos from film or digital media. If they’re really well-versed, they might edit negatives and prints as well. If you’re in this career, you might want to think about making some money moves before potentially losing your job. Read More »

LG has Lunched New Ultra Luxury Brand Appliances

 The unique exterior of the LG SIGNATURE Gallery is created entirely of LED panels on all four sides. Once the curtain is dropped to reveal the LG SIGNATURE Gallery, consumers will be presented with a stunning structure, which will be playing unique content to make the Gallery appear as if its transparent – allowing them to see through the structure ... Read More »

Britain’s new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth

 The HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier is so big it will leave its basin in Rosyth, Fife with just a 30cm gap on either side of the entrance to the dock and squeeze under bridges. Armed with 30mm guns, miniguns and a close-in weapons system, the ship weighs a staggering 65,000 tonnes and cost a cool £3.1billion to build over ... Read More »