Prosessor Brian Cox and Dara O'Briain who will host Stargazing LIVE
Entertainment

Stargazing with the BBC

The BBC are broadcasting live over three consecutive nights of “extraordinary astronomical events” from across the UK and further afield. Professor Brian Cox (@profbriancox) and comedian Dara O’Briain (@daraobriain) host the live stargazing events that promise “epic images from observatories around the globe”.
Terrestar-1 satellite (Image via & © Ariane Space Services)
Business

How to reduce the digital divide by buying a satellite

If your New Year’s resolution is to donate more to charity than you could do worse than by giving free internet access to some of the world’s poorest people. All you have to do it buy an entire satellite, something a US charity is attempting to do this year. A Human Right plans to raise over $150,000 so it can buy the largest communications satellite in earth orbit to provide free internet access to billions of people.
Apple hopes to eliminate the need for 3D glasses
Technology

Apple’s ‘pseudo-holographic’ display patent revealed

According to a recently granted Apple patent, the computer electronics and software giant are working on a screen technology that produces a special type of ‘pseudo-holographic’ or 3D image. The technology could eventually be used to produce 3D TVs and devices that don’t require viewers to wear special glasses.
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