Charge your phone using the Biotech Wood Burning Campstove. It’s available on Amazon for $129. If you’re out camping in the middle of nowhere, and you just need to charge your phone, you can try the Biotech Wood Burning Campstove. 20 minutes of charging will give you 60 minutes of talk time. You can even boil a cup of water for less than 5 minutes. You can even roast a marshmallow while you wait.
Remember several years ago when Twitter crashed quite often. They have not had that issue in a while, at least to my knowledge. Now, for YouTube to crash a few minutes ago, that’s something else. I’ve never seen it, ever. The problem was short lived. YouTube recovered less than a minute, but it was very interesting. The 500 server error and the monkey graphic was pretty cool. Here’s a snapshot of the crash.
NASA admitted that it doesn’t have funding to put humans on Mars. It needs to fund projects on the SLS rocket and the Orion spacecrafts, as well as the need to design vehicles to land and take off from Mars. It needs the funding. Well, there’s always the moon as the other option, but we’ve already done that in 1969. So, what’s next? Is space exploration dead?
Amazon Prime Day started last night July 10 at 9 pm Eastern time and will run for about 30 hours. Prime Day is basically the Cyber Monday in July. It’s for Prime members only, which costs members about $99 per year. Of course, you’ll get free 1 day shipping for all orders, as well as deep discounts on special days such as Prime Day. This year’s big discounts are:
- Amazon Echo Dot at $34.99 (30% off)
- Amazon Echo at $89.99 (50% off)
- Fire 7 at $29.99 (40% off)
- Bose Soundlink Mini at $129.00 (35% off)
- Sony 55 inch 4K TV at $499.00 (37% off)
Prime Day ends in less than 17 hours.
Is Xbox One X the best console ever? The gaming console from Microsoft is capable of playing games at 4k resolution. It’s also the smallest Xbox console ever. It will be available on November 7 for $499. The good news is that One X will play the older games from the previous Xbox consoles at a higher resolution. For details, see CNet’s article.