Paulius Vitkunas

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Elon Musk, Albert Einstein, and Richard Feynman Explain How to Learn Anything Faster

Two Nobel laureates and a super entrepreneur share their best tricks for faster learning.<p>In the video above, the always entertaining Tim Ferriss explains the techniques he used to teach himself to play a song on the drums in front of a live audience in only a week. This is indeed a fun feat that …

Albert Einstein

​LG Display succeeds in developing 77-inch transparent flexible display

LG Display has successfully completed a Korean government-backed project to make a 77-inch Ultra High Definition transparent flexible display.<p>LG …

South Korea

Scientists find genetic underpinnings for eczema

Atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema, affects millions of people in the United States. While there is yet no cure for the condition and its causes …

Elon Musk's No. 1 Rule for Staying Insanely Successful

The best leaders use purpose as a business and life enhancer.<p>Elon Musk is one of the most purposeful leaders on the planet. He understands that success doesn't happen overnight. At times, you might privately think you can't go on. You must persist. As the best leaders know, what you must commit to …

Why Vulkan is the future of mobile gaming

The Vulkan API might sounds like something obscure, but it can deliver desktop-class gaming to your mobile<p>Vulkan is an application programming …

Russian scientists develop invisibility cloak for soldiers to hide from enemy radars

The technology will allow soldiers in ordinary uniforms to be invisible to the enemy's radar devices.<p>Scientists from the Saratov State University in …

Ask Ethan: What Does The Edge Of The Universe Look Like?

13.8 billion years ago, the Universe as we know it began with the hot Big Bang. Over that time, space itself has expanded, the matter has undergone gravitational attraction, and the result is the Universe we see today. But as vast as it all is, there’s a limit to what we can see. Beyond a certain …