Boiling water seems a straightforward enough exercise, you flick on the gas and wait for the bubbles to start popping. But by manipulating how many of those bubbles appear as the temperature rises, scientists have discovered a new way to finely control how much heat and steam is released in the process, a technique they say could lead to advanced cooling systems for more efficient electronic devices... Continue Reading Boiling water makes for cooler electronics
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Garmin has long been a player in the sport and fitness watch market, with current offerings like the vivoactive HR and fēnix 3 preceded by wrist-tops like the Forerunner 201. While diverse in terms of models and supported sports, Garmin's styling is largely limited to various categories of "digital geek" – rectangular digital geek, round digital geek, ginormously awkward digital geek, and so on. The new vivomove offers a much more classic look that you can feel comfortable wearing anywhere... Continue Reading Garmin gets fashionable with vivomove analog fitness watch
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The Silver Case, the first game that Goichi "Suda51" Suda's Grasshopper Manufacture ever released, will be reborn as a PC game this fall and receive its first worldwide, localized release.
Part adventure game, part puzzle game, part visual novel, The Silver Case's PC release will include the first official English translation, thanks to a partnership between the developer and Active Gaming Media, proprietor of the Japanese indie-focused Playism distribution platform.
"I am happy to announce that the long-awaited Silver Case HD remastered version will finally be available as promised," Suda said in a statement. "This title was originally released in 1999, but was never released outside of Japan …. The English version will also be...