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¿Crees que el Face ID funciona muy bien? TrendForce, afirma que tiene aún mucho margen de mejora

La firma tecnológica TrendForce, es de las que advierte una mejora sustancial en el Face ID de Apple para este año 2018, es decir, a corto plazo. …

Altavoces privados, gafas de ayuda visual y un dispositivo para el daño pulmonar: los nuevos experimentos de Samsung

Como no todo son smartphones, televisores y electrodomésticos, desde 2012 Samsung se da el tiempo de pensar en el futuro y arriesgar creando …

¡Batalla de fotos! Conoce cuál es el celular con la mejor cámara

Sin lugar a duda, la cámara se ha convertido en una de las características más importantes al momento de escoger un teléfono inteligente. Cada día la …

Sylo: la música de Spotify, iTunes, YouTube y SoundCloud en un sola aplicación

Si bien la mayoría de los usuarios nos conformamos con nuestra cuenta de Spotify o iTunes, hay mucha música que aún falta en estos servicios. Es así, …

Si eres fan de LEGO, esta aplicación te ayudará a construir desde el ordenador

Armar piezas en LEGO es toda una hazaña. Las creaciones que pueden hacerse con estos bloques son infinitas así como pueden ser complicadas, es por …

iOS 12: Cómo podría mejorar el sistema operativo del iPhone

No puedo despegarme de mi iPhone X, pero tampoco puedo evitar mirar de reojo a Android y envidiar funciones que tanto me gustan y que aún no están disponibles en iOS.<p>El iPhone X materializó casi todo lo que deseaba –y había soñado– en mi teléfono favorito desde siempre. Pero ese "casi" sigue ahí, …

President Trump’s Mental Health — Is It Morally Permissible for Psychiatrists to Comment?

Ralph Northam, a pediatric neurologist who was recently elected governor of Virginia, distinguished himself during the gubernatorial race by calling …

Mental Health

Emergency Legal Authority and the Opioid Crisis

Opioid-overdose deaths in the United States have steadily increased for the past 15 years, with more than 33,000 such deaths reported in 2015. The …

Medical Journals

18 science fiction and fantasy books to read this January

Start off your year with a good book (or two)<p>It’s a brand new year, and that means that it’s time to dust off the reading list and take a look at what’s coming ahead.<p>In the last days of 2017, I finally found some time to catch up on Brian K. Vaughn and FIonna Staples’s brilliant comic <i>Saga</i>. I’ve …

Are Jupiter’s moons our best chance to find alien life?

We have good reason to believe that some of Jupiter’s moons could have life. A new probe mission aims to head there and find out.<p>Opportunity, the older (and smaller) rover cousin of Curiosity made the headlines last week when it discovered more conditions that could have supported life on Mars in …

Why we need to bring nature back into cities

Urban areas could be the best hope for the survival of many species, but to do so we need to incorporate the natural world in new and innovative ways.<p>There is an optimistic view of the unprecedented migration we are witnessing from rural to urban areas, and it’s that cities could offer the biggest …

The best science and technology pictures of the week

The most impressive pictures from the last seven days, including fire-fighting from the air, stormy weather in China and an animatronic King Kong.<p><b>More stunning image galleries:</b><p>Dancing robots, a pair of MiGs and a topsy-turvy tiger<p>A drone at sea, a curious lemur and a dramatic landing from space<p>Tiny …

Africa’s ‘Avon Ladies’ saving lives door-to-door

The Avon Company approach to sales – going door-to-door – created an enduring American brand. Now the technique is being used in Africa – but instead of perfume, it’s selling life-saving equipment.<p>In 1886, David H McConnell chose a cheerful 50 year old woman – Mrs Persis Foster Eames Albee – as the …

Why we have to turn electronic devices off on planes

Mobile phones and other gadgets could interfere with sensitive electronic systems, some theories suggest. So why is it still so difficult to prove the truth behind the claims?<p>I have a guilty secret to confess. My plane was preparing for take-off from London’s Heathrow Airport in March when a flight …

Mobile Devices

Why we don’t always know the true causes of our actions

We can justify our decisions by how we feel, or so we believe. The problem, as psychology studies have shown, is that we often make up these reasons.<p>We're taught from childhood how important it is to explain how we feel and to always justify our actions. But does giving reasons always make things …

Could ecstasy help treat soldiers with PTSD?

A trial is currently assessing whether the drug MDMA can treat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder – whether the new research will convince critics is another matter.<p>It is hardly surprising that Tony Macie has an over-developed sense of awareness. As a US Army private he served for 15 months in Baghdad, …

Consciousness

The accidental role of cow dung in history

The production of glazed ceramics in ancient times may have began thanks to cow pats slipping into the recipe by chance, according to a new theory.<p>In the absence of anything like real science to guide them, most useful technologies in the ancient world were probably discovered by chance. But that …

The best science and technology pictures of the week

The most impressive pictures from the last seven days, including rockets, superfast trains, and close encounters with elephants and sharks.<p><b>More stunning image galleries:</b><p>Fire-fighting from the skies and an animatronic King Kong<p>Dancing robots, a pair of MiGs and a topsy-turvy tiger<p>A drone at sea, a …

What people miss about the convenience of electric cars

Our pick of the week’s science and tech stories, including fast-food jargon, the unintended effects of mobile money and a new way of thinking about Google.<p>Pumps versus plugs<br>Steven Johnson | Medium | 31 May 2013<br>What people don’t get yet about the convenience of electric cars: 95% of the time you …