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Segway Is Parting Ways July 17, 2020

Failure is not an option, unless you’re a product because failure—it seems—is often par for the course. After all, you may have the best inventi

This Month In History: July July 17, 2020

Did you know that Apollo 11 launched on July 16th, 1969 and that 76 hours later, Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, and Michael Collins landed the spacecraf

What Are We Running Out Of Now? April 24, 2020

At first it was a shortage of toilet paper, then it was a shortage of flour, and now it’s a shortage of the Nintendo Switch? Believe it or not, pani

No New Emojis In 2021 April 24, 2020

We can’t wait to give the novel coronavirus the boot, but until then, we all have to do our part and stay home and keep a nice healthy social distan

Apple’s Big Slow Down March 6, 2020

Raise your hand if you have ever complained or heard someone complain about a slow iPhone. Well, along with those thousands of photos most people have

What Does The Sun Look Like? February 21, 2020

If you were the most powerful solar telescope in the world, you’d probably show off a bit. Well, that’s what the Inouye Solar Telescope, a four-me

The Man Behind Cut, Copy, & Paste February 21, 2020

Here’s a bit of computer history for technology fans out there: This story is from a long time ago, well before you were able to delete words so eas

A New Year’s Glitch January 16, 2020

Every system you use, whether it’s your school calendar or your video service, is set up by people. And often, people don’t know what the future w

Where Does Boeing Store Its Airplanes? January 6, 2020

Whether you have too many books, toys, Legos, or clothes, space can be an issue. Where do you put it all? Well, Boeing, the airplane manufacturing com