5 new things you must know

I don’t know if I should be super excited about all these new military and aerospace technologies or be sad that I live in a country that’s using “stone-henge” technology. Really sickening.


Recently, Military & Aerospace Electronics and Intelligent Aerospace gave out awards to the best innovative technology and ideas in that field.. Continue reading


NASA Wants Microsoft’s HoloLens in Space.

If you haven’t heard of Microsoft’s HoloLens, then here is a quick peek: HoloLens is an augmented virtual reality technology by Microsoft. It can be likened to the Oculus Rift except that most Tech researchers who have had experience with both say they don’t get nauseated from HoloLens unlike Oculus Rift (eg Rachel Metz).


Previously in June, NASA had made an attempt to transport the HoloLens to space but the rocket responsible for that crashed. Now they are planning another attempt scheduled to happen December 3. Continue reading

China’s Tiangong-1 space station ‘out of control’ and will crash to Earth

Chinese authorities confirm the eight-tonne ‘Heavenly Palace’ lab will re-enter the atmosphere sometime in 2017 with some parts likely to hit Earth.


China’s first space station is expected to come crashing down to Earth next year, fuelling concerns that Chinese space authorities have lost control of the 8.5-tonne module. Continue reading

China’s Future Submarine Could Go The Speed Of Sound

I stumbled upon this and thought I should share with the alienated tech enthusiast. For the cybernetic-ally challenged folks, I remain unapologetic.


The submarine of the future may come to America in a super fast bubble, traveling under water. Researchers at China’s Harbin Institute of Technology developed a new concept for submarine “supercavitation,” where an underwater vessel creates a pocket of air around itself. Inside this bubble, the submarine can travel much faster without friction of water creating drag and slowing it down. Continue reading