Oil trouble all over again, an amazingly tiny transistor, Kingfisher’s stutters continue and the amazing VLC gets a reboot.
Retaliating to western pressure on its nuclear program, Iran stopped oil export to Britain and France. The tensions in the region have sent oil prices soaring to a eight month high. Here we go again.
Scientists have succeeded in creating a single atom transistor. The transistor, made from a lone phosphorous atom, could lay the foundation future nano scale development.
The tiny details at The Huffington Post.
Kingfisher cancelled 13% of its flights from February 17th due to ‘unexpected interruptions’. The DGCA expressed its unhappiness with the cancellations. A dark dark cloud seems to be looming over the airlines fate.
The man who rowed across the Atlantic and the Pacific is no more. Totting a gun 9, heading to the Amazon at 13 and training to become a pirate, Fairfax led an interesting life to say the least.
A great tribute at The New York Times.
Most 2.0s are sadly over-rated. But, if there is one we cannot help be excited about is VLC. The legend’s second installment features several tweaks and a brand new UI. We can’t wait.
Check it out at Engadget.