Opening up Science Journal

Science Journal is an app that turns your Android phone into a mobile science tool, allowing you to use the sensors in your phone to explore the world around you. The Making & Science team launched Science Journal a few months ago at Bay Area Maker Faire 2016 and have been excited to see different projects people have done with it all over the world! Today we are happy to announce that we are releasing Science Journal 1.1 on the...

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Seventh-Largest Greenhouse Gas Emitter May Be First Major Economy to Formally Accept the Paris Agreement

When 175 countries and parties officially signed the Paris Agreement on Earth Day this year, it marked a critical next step in the fight to stop climate change. But signing the agreement in front of the cameras at the UN is only the first step. Approval of it back at home is another altogether. Why is this so important? The short answer is that for the agreement to go into force, it has to be formally approved by at least 55 countries...

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Network performance with VMXNET3 on Windows Server 2012 R2

Introduction In this post we will cover an updated version for addressing VMXNET3 performance issues on Windows Server 2012 R2. As with an earlier post we addressed Windows Server 2008 R2 but, with 2012 R2 more features were added and old settings are not all applicable. What To Change According to VMWare you may experience issues similar to: Poor performance Packet loss Network latency Slow data transfer The issue may be caused by...

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Analysts Weigh In On Sprint & T-Mobile Unlimited Data Plans

Recently, T-Mobile made waves in the industry, the way they normally do, by announcing a one-size-fits-all unlimited plan. It came with a few caveats that make it far from being truly unlimited, but some viewed it as a step in the right direction, and its influence was immediately clear. Soon after T-Mobile announced their unlimited plan, Sprint announced a similar offering. The pricing and perks were fairly alike, leaving almost no...