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Scientists measure the shortest amount of time ever: A zeptosecond

October 19th, 2020

Scientists successfully measured an event using zeptoseconds, which is an incredibly brief fraction of a second. The time it took for a photo to pass through a hydrogen molecule was measured at 247 zeptoseconds, which is the smallest measurement ever achieved. In the future, more and more accurate measurements of time on this small scale …

blackest black

MIT scientists just created the blackest black ever

September 14th, 2019

When it comes to paint, not all shades of black are the same. You can pick up a can of flat black spray paint at the hardware store and it’ll do a pretty good job of absorbing light, but if you really want the blackest possible black you have to enter the high-tech world of …

Throwback Thursday: The Motorola RAZR

May 19th, 2011

Motorola has produced several iconic handsets during its storied existence. The DynaTAC, the Vader, the v60 and of course, the Motorola RAZR. What Nokia did for the candy bar-style mobile phone in the 1990’s, Motorola did for the flip phone in the early 21st century. Thin, sleek and stylish, the RAZR was initially brought to market …

Apple’s dead pixel policy revealed

November 3rd, 2010

Apple’s internal policy on acceptable numbers of pixel anomalies was recently updated, a source told BGR. The policy is used as a guideline for Mac Geniuses addressing customer issues that involve Apple displays. It essentially allows them to quickly and easily determine whether or not to repair or replace products with display defects. Apple provides …