Nix Hydration Biosensor Review: Unlocking the Science of Sweat
In a world where unmanned spacecraft have landed on Mars and artificial intelligence can read your mind, one would think someone would have figured out a precise way to measure how much athletes should drink while exercising. Hydrating, or replacing body fluids lost through sweating, exhaling, and eliminating waste, is essential.... Read more
Cybersecurity experts argue that pausing GPT-4 development is pointless
Join top executives in San Francisco on July 11-12, to hear how leaders are integrating and optimizing AI investments for success. Learn More Earlier this week, a group of more than 1,800 artificial intelligence (AI) leaders and technologists ranging from Elon Musk to Steve Wozniak issued an open letter... Read more
The 8 Best On-Ear Headphones for 2023: Beats, Jabra, Sennheiser and More
Full-size around-ear or over-ear headphones aren’t everyone’s thing, though they tend to deliver the best sound. It comes down to personal preference, but not everyone wants to walk around wearing bulky headphones with giant, squishy ear pads. On-ear models with smaller ear cups are more compact, travel-friendly and tend to cost... Read more
The Internet Archive’s Literary Civil War
A lesson I learned early in life: never piss off a librarian. Apparently District Court Judge John G. Koetl skipped out on a formative traumatic-shushing experience, because his recent ruling against the Internet Archive, a beloved digital library nonprofit, has riled up the biblio-archivist community.  Some brief background: During... Read more