Drug mix-ups can happen with automated pill dispensers

This short article was initially included on Kaiser Health News. More than 4 years back, Tennessee nurse RaDonda Vaught typed 2 letters into a medical facility’s electronic medication cabinet, chose... Read more »

Watch Amazon prep to get Alexa ready for space

When it comes to voice-controlled expert system in science fiction, clever speakers like Amazon’s Alexa have actually been a variety.  We’ve seen it in whatever from 2001: A Space... Read more »

Lunar soil could help us make oxygen in space

A group of researchers in China evaluated moon rocks just recently gathered by the nation’s Chang’e-5 objective—the very first moon rocks went back to Earth given that the last... Read more »

Philips Momentum 559M1RYV gaming monitor review

In a world where individuals are eliminating cable television and playing more computer games than ever, there’s a genuine, if really specific niche, usage case to be produced enormous,... Read more »

Apple’s Self Service Repair program for iPhones is here

Apple’s highly-anticipated Self Service Repair program introduced Wednesday, offering United States consumers tools, parts, and guidelines to repair typical iPhone problems. For now, just iPhone 12, iPhone 13, and... Read more »

What to do if someone impersonates you online

This story has actually been upgraded. It was initially released on March 19, 2020. I’ve been impersonated online 4 times (that I understand of). Three times, someone took my... Read more »

7 language apps and tools to help you navigate the world

Are you among those anxious tourists rushing to prepare their next getaway after being denied for several years? You’re not alone. Airports are reported to be loaded to pre-pandemic... Read more »

How new robots will help scout the seas for mines

When it pertains to cleaning the ocean of dynamites, the British Royal Navy is relying on robots. Announced April 12, the Ministry of Defense is granting £32 million (about... Read more »

4 lab accidents that changed the world

A lab mishap caused a productive discovery. Ignas Krakys for Popular Science This story initially appeared in the Messy problem of Popular Science. Current customers can gain access to the entire... Read more »

Why South Carolina is recycling empty oyster shells

This short article was initially included on Saveur. “Evolutionarily, if you’re a baby oyster, the best place to settle is going to be where there are adult oysters that... Read more »