Vince Salerno

14 Added | 2 Magazines | 3 Likes | 5 Following | 5 Followers | @VinceSalerno | I love reading and sharing, various news articles especially, science, technology, history, psychology and health.

Computers

Called the “Model K” Adder because he built it on his “Kitchen” table, this simple demonstration circuit provides proof of concept for applying …

Andy Warhol

Timeline of air conditioning

<b>H</b><b>ere is a timeline of historical facts about the development of the air-conditioning industry you may find interesting and help you appreciate the</b> …

A Brief History of Air Conditioning

Inventors who came before Willis Haviland Carrier tinkered with cooling machines. But it was Carrier's creation that launched the modern idea of air conditioning. To mark the 110th anniversary of his invention, we look back at the long story of a/c.<p><b>1758</b> All liquid evaporation has a cooling effect. …

History of the automobile

The early <b>history of the automobile</b> can be divided into a number of eras, based on the prevalent means of propulsion. Later periods were defined by …

20 First Photos from the History of Photography

Photography has been a medium of limitless possibilities since it was originally invented in the early 1800s. The use of cameras has allowed us to …

Meeting the challenges of nanotechnology: Nanoscale catalytic effects for nanotechnology

Scientists show nanoscale modifications to the edge region of nanocontacts to nanowires can be used to engineer the electrical function of the …

Nanotech

Are Flexible Display Smartphones Here To Stay?

Just when you think a smartphone cannot get any better, it does! We can find just about everything in a smartphone: retina displays, laser keyboards, …

Microsoft Release HoloLens Video on Future Medical Training

The Microsoft HoloLens has already been shown to work well with games like Minecraft but what about more real-world applications such as medicine. …

Artificial intelligence-powered malware is coming, and it's going to be terrifying

It all looks normal — but the entire message was actually written by a piece of smart malware mimicking the client's email mannerisms, with a virus attached to the map.<p>It sounds pretty far out — and it is, for now. But that's the direction that Dave Palmer, director of technology at cybersecurity …

Artificial Intelligence