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Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan pledge 99 percent of their Facebook shares to charity
In a surprise announcement today, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan have pledged to donate 99 percent of their Facebook shares to the cause of human advancement. That represents roughly $45 billion at Facebook’s current valuation, making it one of the largest charitable pledges in history.
Dyson Is Bringing Its Super-Efficient LED Lamps To Australia Next Year
Jake Dyson, the son of prolific inventor and engineering genius James Dyson, was involved in the development of Dyson Lighting’s CSYS lamp — boasting a 154,000 hour life, or 37 years of use — that will be released in Australia in 2016.
Here’s A New Teaser For Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice
The second instalment in the DC Comics extended universe’s follow-up to Man Of Steel is Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice. A 50-second teaser for the Ben Affleck-helmed superhero mashup has just hit the ‘net — here it is.
Adobe Is Finally Killing The Flash Name
Steve Jobs was right. Flash never stood a chance of surviving in the same world as HTML5. And now, nearly five years after Steve Jobs shared his thoughts, Adobe is finally laying the name to rest. Farewell, Flash Professional. Hello, Adobe Animate.
Researchers confirm Humpty Dumpty really can’t be put together again
Researchers at the Federal University of ABC, in Brazil, have made a major breakthrough: they’ve confirmed that thermodynamic processes cannot be reversed, even in a quantum system. This revelation not only explains a fundamental aspect of our universe but could also influence how quantum computing systems are designed.