The Samsung Fold has released and models are already breaking. The device functions as a phone and a tablet and costs $1,980. It is part of the first generation of folding phones to be released, followed by the Huawei Mate X, a Chinese phone. Though folding phones may be in our near future, they aren’t entirely functional yet. The Fold has a visible crease down the middle, and the screen that is displayed when the device isn’t folded isn’t really useful. It has already been canceled after only a few weeks of the device being on the market. Clearly, there are a lot of issues that need to be solved. Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Fold Review
Would you rather have a pencil in your hand or math problems in your brain?
Student and teachers at GFS answered the question, “Which one do you like more, Art and English or Math and Science?” Many people differ on their favorite subjects. It may be because of grades, workload, or what they enjoy the most. Continue reading ABC or 123: Arts vs. Sciences
According to scientists, robots will take over almost all of our jobs within 30 years. Even today, there are thousands of new robots replacing workers in factories and shops. The Robot Revolution exhibit at the Franklin Institute showcases 40 different robots, some of which will be buyable and usable in the near future, from cute seals to self driving cars.
As 2015 ended, a new study was released showing that 2015 was way warmer than the average year.
NASA and the NOAA lately published a study that shows that 2015 was the warmest year on record. Lately each year has been getting warmer. The latest record was set in 2014 when temperatures climbed up to 0.74ºC hotter than the 1961-1990 average. The new record shows that the yearly average was around 0.87ºC warmer than the normal average. For more information, I interviewed Mark Croxford, one of the High School science teachers. Continue reading 2015: The Warmest Year on Record
You may have heard rumors about bacon and how it may cause colorectal cancer (butt cancer). And you’re probably either really sad or weighing the options: bacon or cancer. But what you need to know is that you may not be at as high a risk as you think. Continue reading Bacon Butt Cancer?
Personality is a complex, nuanced subject, but some psychologists believe that you can derive all personality from 5 qualities. One of these is your place on the introversion-extroversion scale. Introverts are people who enjoy solitude more than others. They are people who need time to recharge after being with many people at once, and prefer to have serious conversations with a few close friends. Extroverts are highly social people who enjoy big parties and surround themselves with a big group of friends. They are the ones at the center of the party, while the introverts are the ones on the edges of the circle of people. Continue reading Introverts and Extroverts: The preferred personality
These gigantic black objects in the sky mystify us all. We all marvel at black holes. But just what is a black hole? A legitimate scientific explanation of black holes escapes most people, and it’s actually much simpler than you might think. Continue reading Surprisingly Simple: Black Holes