USB stands for Universal Serial Bus and is a common connector used for cell phones, cameras, tablets, printers, and more. the USB quickly transfers both data and power from one source to another. with its infamous rectangular one-way plug, is indeed the nearly “universal” method for connecting external devices to our desktops and laptops today.
Imagine getting on a plane in London, taking a three-hour nap, and then waking up in New York City. For the start-up company Boom Supersonic, founded in 2014, this quick trip shouldn’t just be a high-flying dream for a limited amount of moneyed passengers. Boom Supersonic aims to bring supersonic air travel — that is,
Planes don’t just disappear. On March 8th, 2014, people all around the world said some version of that sentence to themselves as global media outlets began running stories about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370) almost nonstop. MH370, a flight from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia’s capital) to Beijing (China’s capital), disappeared after a routine takeoff and climb