Inside the world’s largest solar plant

The world’s largest solar thermal power plant is now online in California and can provide enough power for 140,000 homes.

Is it Possible to Predict Randomness? The Double Pendulum Experiment

This video was sponsored by Google Want to see how to try this at home with the Google Assistant? Check out this link: My “Hey Google, it’s science time” routine: -Google Home tells a daily chemistry fact -Fans turn on -Lights hanging over main workspace turn on -A screen goes up to reveal a… Continue reading Is it Possible to Predict Randomness? The Double Pendulum Experiment

Pixel 3 Call Screen Feature Demo

Pixel 3 can screen your calls to avoid unwanted callers including telemarketers, spammers and friends you don’t want to talk to anymore. Follow Rich on Social Media: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Easy ways to listen on your phone or smart speaker: “Hey Google, Play the Rich on Tech Podcast” “Hey Siri, Play the… Continue reading Pixel 3 Call Screen Feature Demo

Four partners, one love: It’s polyamory

Imagine being in a serious relationship with your husband, a boyfriend, a girlfriend and dating around on the side — that’s polyamory. It’s not new, but is infiltrating tech culture.

Fun with fuel cells: Go off the grid, for good

Bloom Energy is a multi-billion dollar brainchild of a NASA rocket scientist. Its original task was to provide oxygen for people on Mars, but instead the company stumbled upon a cheap renewable energy source worth billions.

Google Nest Hub Max Hands On: Quick Gestures, Auto Framing and Proactive Notifications

KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro goes hands-on with the $229 Google Nest Hub Max smart display with facial recognition. It will go on sale in July. Rich’s Book: 101 Handy Tech Tips for the iPhone