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Microsoft Illumishare: share everyhing!
 

Microsoft Illumishare: share everyhing!

 Technology  29th February 2012 | Author: mat

You might freak out when you see this, great concept by Microsoft, a demonstration how to share digital and physical objects in real time.

Amazing 121-megapixel photos of Earth
 

Amazing 121-megapixel photos of Earth

 Space  14th May 2012 | Author: mat

Russian Federal Space Agency published astonishing high-resolution photos of Earth like you have never seen before.

How do people use mobile apps
 

How do people use mobile apps

 Technology  27th June 2012 | Author: mat

Who would you are more loyal to their mobile apps, iPhone or Android smartphone users?

Naked mole rats feel no pain
 

Naked mole rats feel no pain

 Science and nature  16th December 2011 | Author: mat

Naked mole rats are tough little buggers, according to latest research, they don't feel any pain from acid.

Mars Might Contain Enough Water for Future Explorers
 

Mars Might Contain Enough Water for Future Explorers

 Space  27th September 2013 | Author: Spaceman

NASA's Curiosity rover stumbled upon a dirt which may contain enough water for the future Mars explorers to extract it from.

Satellite for less than $1,000
 

Satellite for less than $1,000

 Science and nature  24th April 2013 | Author: podtalje

NASA has launched three smartphones into orbit as part of a low-budget, experimental satellite program to prove that a satellite can be built for less than $1,000 using off the shelf equipment.

GIMP 2.8 for Windows released
 

GIMP 2.8 for Windows released

 Technology  7th May 2012 | Author: TheDude

GIMP released a new version of their popular, open-source image editing software, GIMP 2.8.

Amazon will use flying drones for package deliveries
 

Amazon will use flying drones for package deliveries

 Technology  2nd December 2013 | Author: mat

Amazon revealed a delivery technology straight out of sci-fi movies. Flying robot drones might start picking up and delivering packages to Amazon customers in not so distant future, awesome!

Rare leopards photographed in Afghanistan and Siberia
 

Rare leopards photographed in Afghanistan and Siberia

 Science and nature  12th December 2011 | Author: mat

It was a good week for wildlife and nature, Persian leopard was held for extinct and Siberian snow leopard has been photographed for the very first time.

British ISPs forced to block The Pirate Bay
 

British ISPs forced to block The Pirate Bay

 Technology  6th May 2012 | Author: MrEinStain

British High Court has decided that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) should block access to the file sharing website The Pirate Bay.

Skydiver gets almost hit by meteorite
 

Skydiver gets almost hit by meteorite

 Interesting  3rd April 2014 | Author: mat

Believe it or not, this is a true story and it was the first time something like that was caught on tape. You really need to see this to believe it.

Coldest place on Earth
 

Coldest place on Earth

 Science and nature  16th December 2013 | Author: mat

Scientists have recorded the new lowest temperatures on Earth since the record from 1983. And let me tell, the numbers are breathtaking low.

The biggest lab on wheels landed on Mars
 

The biggest lab on wheels landed on Mars

 Science and nature  6th August 2012 | Author: mat

Rover Curiosity, the biggest laboratory on wheels, successfully landed on the Red Planet's deepest crater called Gale and you can follow it on Twitter and Facebook as well.

First all smartphone shot film in theaters
 

First all smartphone shot film in theaters

 Technology  30th November 2011 | Author: mat

Olive could be the first ever feature length film, shot entirely with a smartphone Nokia N8 to be shown in theaters.

100,000 Stars Google Chrome project
 

100,000 Stars Google Chrome project

 Space  20th November 2012 | Author: Spaceman

A beautiful and amazing  interactive visualization of our stellar system made for the Google Chrome web browser.

Private manned voyage to Mars in 2018
 

Private manned voyage to Mars in 2018

 Space  21st February 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Space tourist Dennis Tito is planning to lead a 501 days lasting manned mission to Mars in January 2018.

 
   
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