The EpiPen, a spring-loaded device full epinephrine, of has entered the pantheon of modern pharmaceutical chicanery of late after its maker raised its price to $600 a unit. Now, however, you can make your own EpiPencil for about $30.
The EpiPencil is a project by the Four Thieves Vinegar Collective, a group of pharma hackers who are trying to loosen medicine from its arguably necessary commercial restraints. One of the project’s leaders, Dr. Michael Laufer, created a how-to video describing how to make and load the pencil with epinephrine.
There’s no word on when you’ll be able to buy it, or to what extent you’ll need to mortgage your home to afford one, but today SanDisk revealed a prototype of a one-terabyte SDXC card that will help ensure your camera never runs out of space for photos or videos.
Western Digital, SanDisk’s parent company, dropped the one terabyte bomb at the Photokina 2016 photography show today, and it comes just a couple of years after revealing a 512 GB SDXC card at the same event.
While most smartphone users seem content with the classic “black slab with glass” design, that most of our devices feature, there is a niche market which remember the good old days when our phones flipped and twisted. If you’re part of this latter group, Samsung has a special treat for you.
You plug your smartphone into the bedside charger and place it on your nightstand with care.
You wake to find your nightstand in flames, smoke billowing everywhere. Or maybe your Jeep. Your hotel room. Your entire home. How could this have happened? Simple: your phone is a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 -- and it's one of several dozen (so far) that have spontaneously burst into flames.
Three days before the 24th annual Def Con hacker event, badge designer and builder 1o57 (aka Ryan Clarke) had a problem. "The lion's share of the 20,000 badges showed up this year not programmed," he told Engadget. He gathered up a team and they went into "hell mode" to hand-program blinking pieces of electronic riddled with cryptographic puzzles.