A computing legend has died. The inventor of email, Ray Tomlinson, suffered an apparent heart attack on Saturday, according to reports. He was 74 years old. Tomlinson sent the very first email back in 1971; at the time, he was working in Boston at Bolt, Beranek, and Newman (BBN), a company that was instrumental in… Continue reading Inventor of email and savior of the @ sign, Ray Tomlinson, is dead at 74
If there’s one thing I know about lab guinea pigs, it’s that they’re well compensated. Unless they’re actual guinea pigs, in which case they’re dissected. But you can contribute to science for cold, hard profit in Eve Online. Project Discovery, in association with the Human Protein Atlas, is crowdsourcing to identify patterns of protein localisation in human cells… Continue reading Contribute to real science in Eve Online’s Project Discovery
TL;DR: The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is out now. This latest model includes 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, and a quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex A53 running at 1.2 GHz. It’s a usable desktop computer. Available now at the usual Pi retailers for $35. News of the latest Raspberry Pi swept around the Internet like wildfire… Continue reading Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is released! Smallest, cheapest computer with built in WiFi and Bluetooth!
Dynamic Auto-Painter (DAP) is a world-class leading software to automatically turn a photo or a 3D rendering into a great looking painting inspired by some of the most famous real world artists. This is not your ordinary photo-to-painting effect! Instead of changing the pixels of the photo itself, DAP uses the input image only as… Continue reading From Photo to Paint – Turn your photos into masterpieces from famous artists!