Tag Archive: Science


Invisible car mount binds your iPhone with science [Reviews]

MagicMount Pro Vent I’ve been looking for a new place to keep my phone while I was driving since I upgraded to the iPhone 6s and discovered that even though I’d slapped the slimmest of cases on it, it no longer fit into the cradle that sits in my car’s cup holder. And I don’t […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Cell jamming gives science teacher an important legal lesson

A high-school science teacher has received a five-day suspension without pay for using a jammer in his classroom to block students’ cell-phone signals. He can consider himself lucky, however, because he had actually violated federal law. Dean Liptak was fed…Read more ›

The best Apple Watch apps for cheating at math and science

Cheaters in school these days have it too easy. In my time, we used to have to program cheat sheets of formulas into our giant graphing calculators. Now that the Apple Watch is coming out the cat and mouse game…Read more ›

Science takes the guesswork out of baking the perfect cookie

LAS VEGAS — For more than 10 years, Michael Wallace and Darin Barri were toy designers. Depressed about plummeting sales because of video games, the pair went on a week long bender to drown their sorrows. They both loved lychee martinis, which…Read more ›

New Arcade Game “Microtrip” Adds Science Into Fun Gameplay [Video Review]

The science of the human body is something complicated, yet truly amazing. While the world leaves bodies prone to sickness, white blood cells can help to fight them. In the physics arcade game Microtrip players must help a blob trek…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Mac Setups: The Desk of an Industrial Designer & Computer Science Student

Industrial designer and computer science student Mac setup

Another week, another awesome Mac setup to share, and this time around we have a great Apple desk from Phillip F., an Industrial Designer and Computer Science student. Let’s take a moment to learn more about the hardware and how it’s used:

What hardware does your desk setup consist of? MacBook Pro 15” (Early 2011 model) with Hi-Res Matte Display OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)  [Read More…]

Mac Setups: The Desk of an Industrial Designer & Computer Science Student

Industrial designer and computer science student Mac setup

Another week, another awesome Mac setup to share, and this time around we have a great Apple desk from Phillip F., an Industrial Designer and Computer Science student. Let’s take a moment to learn more about the hardware and how it’s used:

What hardware does your desk setup consist of? MacBook Pro 15” (Early 2011 model) with Hi-Res Matte Display OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)  [Read More…]

10 Amazing Free Online Computer Science Classes from Stanford University

Stanford University Stanford University is on a roll lately offering a wide variety of free online courses to anyone, either through iTunes U on topics like iOS 5 Development, or through self-contained courses conducted entirely from the web that are free to enroll in. The latter is the case here, with Stanford offering 10 new online courses that are completely free to the public. Each class is taught by a renowned  [Read More…]