A new patent registered by Google and inventor Andrew Jason Conrad for a future Google intra-ocular device has been released to the public. According to Google, this is “an electronic lens that can be controlled to control the overall optical power of the device”. This could essentially be kind of like a computer inserted into the eye.
As previously mentioned on It’s a Gadget, Australian Craig Wright outed himself as the creator of Bitcoin, Nakamoto Satoshi. This is being heavily disputed, however.
Facts against Wright
Technology sites and blogs have gone about debunking White’s claim. Old blog posts were created and manipulated by Wright to contain information point to him. The PGP key connected to Satoshi isn’t connected to Wright. Apparently the PGP cipher-suites weren’t available at the time. The metadata involved gave this away as a fake. No evidence can be found on the keyservers from 2011 or any older key server dumps.
We have previously done two stories on the strange story of recluse and believed BitCoin founder Nakamoto. First was the reveal of who he was believed to be, a 64-year-old Japanese-American man living in California. The second was on his vehement denial that he had anything to do with the crypto-currency.
Now it looks like he may have been telling the truth about his lack of involvement.
The Chrome OS has been an interesting platform with a handful of drawbacks that have kept it from really taking off. Mainly limitations created by the nature of the system, such as having to have a stable internet connection to even begin using it. Faulty hardware could make a new laptop almost immediately obsolete.
The security features of Apple software has been in the news even more than usual, lately. The FBI had previously attempted to push Apple into giving it access to information in San Bernadino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook’s iPhone following the December 2, 2015 terrorist attack that left 14 dead, 22 injured.
Imagine being able to use your phone to print in 3D. That’s what the OLO 3D printer, found on Kickstarter, enables you to do. The process is simple on Android, iOS or Windows phones. Get the OLO, install the app on a smartphone with a flat screen and you’re ready to print.
The OLO 3D printer is usable for beginners or experts. It requires no specialist knowledge to create 3D prints. Cloud software is used to store your designs. Users are able to upload their designs, keep them private or share them with others. If you’re especially proud of your design, you can charge other users a small fee for its use.
The video showing off the features of the new Switch Alpha 12 boast an innovative cooling system that will allegedly boost performance. But the real plus is the detachable screen.