Joshua Bayley

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The Easy Way to Make Your House or Apartment a Smart Home

Whether it’s lighting, cleaning or temperature control, there are lots of ways to start automating your home and connecting the devices you use most frequently.<p>And, while the reality of a truly “smart home” is still a few years off as standards are worked out, more and more companies are …

Home Automation

Playing The Long Game Inside Tim Cook’s Apple

iPhone sales have slumped, stock is down, and pundits insist Apple is a tech laggard. But the company may be stronger than ever.<p>Eddy Cue doesn’t look like a man in the midst of his toughest year in decades. Sporting an untucked apricot camp shirt and blue jeans over camouflage socks and a pair of …

The 5-Minute Abs Screamer | Men's Health

Pushup<p>Max Reps<p>For: 30 Seconds<p>SPECIAL DIRECTIONS: Rest as little as needed.<p>Get down on all fours and place your hands on the floor so that they’re slightly wider than and in line with your shoulders.<p>Squeeze your glutes and brace your abdominals—as if you were about to be punched in the gut. Maintain …

3 Design Principles Apple Gets Wrong

iOS 10 is coming later this year. Here are three ideas that should drive it.<p>Apple’s once legendary user interface design has been on the wane for the better part of a decade, as its software becomes more obscure, more complicated, and less intuitive. Nowhere is this is more apparent than in Apple’s …

Must Do Brisbane: Top 10 things to do in Brisbane April 8-10

Bastard Territory - By award-winning Stephen Carleton, this thought-provoking QTC play set in Darwin is about a man's and a city's identity, with a …

Australia

System Provides Home Security and Automation

<i>Vivint home automation and security panel</i><p>Over the past three decades I've experimented with do-it-yourself home automation systems to control lights and appliances.<p>But now, instead of a DIY system, I accepted Vivint's offer to lend me a professionally installed system that includes an Internet …

Machines are becoming more creative than humans

Can machines be creative? Recent successes in AI have shown that machines can now perform at human levels in many tasks that, just a few years ago, were considered to be decades away, like driving cars, understanding spoken language, and recognizing objects. But these are all tasks where we know …

Artificial Intelligence

The Ultimate Workout For Aesthetics | Men's Health

(To unlock a new level of total-body transformation, check out the new METASHRED EXTREME workout program from <i>Men’s Health</i>.)<p>Perform them as a 20-minute workout that will make you look like you spend hours in the gym.<p><b>How to Do the Aesthetics Superset</b><p>Set a timer to go off every four minutes.<p>Perform 8 …

The Core Workout That Tightens Your Middle and Fends Off Back Pain | Men's Health

And since they’re stability exercises, you’ll train your core to resist potentially spine-damaging motions like rotation, flexion, and extension, Gaddour explains.<p>Watch the video above to see Gaddour demonstrate the movements. Then try this classic core workout for yourself.<p><b>How to Do the Core</b> …

The Workout That Burns More Calories Than Sprinting | Men's Health

Men who performed the four-move kettlebell workout shown in the video above not only crushed more calories but also taxed their lungs more than when they did repeated sprints on a stationary bike for 12 minutes.<p>“Plus, the workout is safe and results in less overall physical strain,” notes study …

The Pushup Workout From Hell | Men's Health

Once you can’t perform another explosive rep, you’ll immediately perform an isometric hold, hovering a few inches off the floor.<p>Compartmentalize, and hold this position for as long as you can. You’re building strength and stability in the hardest point of the pushup—the bottom, explains …

The 200-Rep Butt and Gut Workout | Men's Health

The butterfly situp targets your six pack and loosens your groin, he says, while the butterfly hipup activates your glutes and mobilizes your hip rotators.<p>When you pair them together, you get a butt and gut bodyweight combo that’s tough to beat. Give it a shot with the 200-rep workout shown in the …

Apple Vs. Everyone

<i>Before Apple's battle with the Justice Department and the FBI, it had plenty of practice going a few rounds with influencial people and large</i> …

Scientists develop Matrix-style technology capable of 'uploading knowledge' to your brain

Scientists believe they may have taken the first steps towards making <i>Matrix</i>-style 'instant learning' a reality.<p>A team of researchers from HRL …

Queensland solar homes are using more grid electricity than non-solar, says Energex boss

Head of state-owned power distributor says solar households in the south-east previously cut grid consumption but ‘don’t worry so much about their bill now’<p>Solar-powered homes in south-east Queensland, which boasts the world’s highest concentration of rooftop panels, have begun consuming on average …

Solar Power

Researcher Illegally Shares Millions of Science Papers Free Online to Spread Knowledge

Welcome to the Pirate Bay of science.<p>A researcher in Russia has made more than 48 million journal articles - almost every single peer-reviewed paper …

Must Do Brisbane: Best cafes with a view

Tucked away on the waterfront in an old industrial inner city suburb, this chic café bar serves up a top notch breakfast and lunch as well as a great …

Could China’s cities outsmart the West? | The Network | The Network

As Smart City projects continue to be rolled out around the world, a country to watch is China. Aggressive government ambitions - both for the national economy and its urban future - are expected to drive huge momentum around IoT there now. And when China puts its mind to something, results …

Apple TV app will wow you with stunning shots of Earth

I’ve always wanted to go into space. The now-familiar view of our “big blue marble” have always fascinated and entranced me, even as a young boy.<p>With Earthlapse TV, I can stare out of a virtual window from the International Space Station to watch the coast of Northern Australia spin past my high …

Smart TV

Must Do Brisbane: Secrets of Woolloongabba

High tea setting on table inside The Rendez-Vous Tea Room in Woolloongabba<p>The 1940s are alive and well in this charming World War II-era tea room …

Brisbane

DTI Logo

A collaboration between two brothers, one a sculptor, the other an architect, both with a passion for re-use and recycle. One tonne blocks of waste …

Recycling

For The First Time, Researchers Edit The Genes Of Human Embryos

Rumors that this research was underway turn out to be true<p>Rumors have been buzzing for months that a team of Chinese researchers was intending to edit the genes of a human embryo. According to a study published this week in <i>Protein & Cell</i>, the rumors are true. And though the researchers took pains, …

Genetics

This Clever Duvet Cover Trick is Going to Change Your Life

The "duvet burrito" makes changing your cover SO much easier.<p>Nothing says frustrating like trying to put on a duvet cover by yourself. In a world of iPhones, robo-vacuums, and all sorts of tech gadgets, you'd think we would have found a simpler solution to this cumbersome housekeeping task by now. …

Secret Apple TV remote controls: Fifteen button combos to power up your viewing!

The 3rd-generation Apple TV is no longer available from Apple, but you can still find it at third-party sellers, and it's still a solid set-top for …

National Geographic Magazine

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Extreme Sports

Genius and the Brain

The 92nd St. Y in New York is presenting “Seven Days of Genius” this week. As part of the festivities, the video site Big Think invited me to film a conversation with neuroscientist Heather Berlin about the nature of genius and the origin of creativity in the brain.<p>Here’s the video, which we taped …

The Brain

Power Rangers morph into a dark, R-rated fan film

What happens to a bunch of weaponized high school kids recruited to fight intergalactic bad guys? They become some seriously disturbed adults.<p>That’s the message in this stylish, high-concept fan film that reboots the popular live-action television show for kids that first aired in the 1990s, <i>Power</i> …

Power Rangers

What Apple’s patents tell us about a possible iCar

Mesh Network

How-To: Now’s the right time to swap your old iMac’s hard drive for a fast new SSD

If you bought your iMac 3-5 years ago, there’s probably nothing so seriously wrong with the hardware that you need to consider replacing the machine. Sure, the new iMac with 5K Retina Display looks a little nicer, but at a steep $2,499 starting point, it’s still a luxury, not a necessity.<p>Yet …

Computer Hardware