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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.

First ever 3D printed skull implanted into human
 

First ever 3D printed skull implanted into human

 Technology  28th March 2014 | Author: KidCurious

This revolutionary event took place in Netherlands where they successfully replaced the skull of a patient with an artificial 3D-printed substitute.

Why is discovery of gravitational waves a scientifical breakthrough
 

Why is discovery of gravitational waves a scientifical breakthrough

 Space  18th March 2014 | Author: Spaceman

"It's not everyday you wake up and learn something completely new about the early universe." This really is an incredible discovery, a whole new era in physics and cosmology.

Google's ARA modular smartphone will cost $50
 

Google's ARA modular smartphone will cost $50

 Technology  2nd March 2014 | Author: mat

Not even a year ago, Project Ara was pretty much still a concept revealed by Phoneblocks and Motorola. Now Google announced the device will probably go on sale in the first quarter of 2015.

Mars Curiosity rover took a photo of the Earth
 

Mars Curiosity rover took a photo of the Earth

 Space  7th February 2014 | Author: Spaceman

This is how our bellowed planet looks like on Martian twilight sky. It's the brightest point of light in the sky, and NASA's curiosity rover took a picture.

Humans carry fifth of Neanderthal's genetic code
 

Humans carry fifth of Neanderthal's genetic code

 Science and nature  31st January 2014 | Author: mat

Due to sexual encounters between Neanderthals and our direct ancestors we carry quite a fair chunk of Neanderthal's genome.

You can now register 7 completely new domain names
 

You can now register 7 completely new domain names

 Technology  30th January 2014 | Author: mat

From yesterday on, you can now register a website with seven new interesting domain names. Find out which new domains are now available and where you can register them.

Play with Lego in Google Chrome browser
 

Play with Lego in Google Chrome browser

 Interesting  29th January 2014 | Author: mat

What an amazing news for all the Lego fans! Google Chrome now lets you build stuff from Lego bricks and it is darn addictive.

New theory of why Europeans became white
 

New theory of why Europeans became white

 Science and nature  28th January 2014 | Author: mat

The latest DNA analysis of around 7,000 years old male hunter-gatherer from Spain may shed some new light over the theory of why European's skin became lighter in color.

New river dolphin species found in Brazil
 

New river dolphin species found in Brazil

 Science and nature  27th January 2014 | Author: KimmyK

It has been more than 100 years since scientists found a new river dolphin species and now they believe they found it in one of the rivers of the vast Amazon forest in Brazil.

Smart contact lens by Google
 

Smart contact lens by Google

 Technology  17th January 2014 | Author: mat

Google just announced a smart contact lens that can measure glucose levels of people who are suffering from diabetes.

Adobe Photoshop CC major updates
 

Adobe Photoshop CC major updates

 Technology  16th January 2014 | Author: mat

Adobe just added some great looking new features such as Linked Smart Objects, Perspective Warp, Smart Objects and many more.

Why should large meat eaters be preserved
 

Why should large meat eaters be preserved

 Science and nature  10th January 2014 | Author: KimmyK

We are losing our top large predators as their numbers are constantly falling bringing many species to the very edge of extinction, which has been causing harmful reactions across the landscapes and food chains.

Toyota will start selling fuel-cell car in 2015
 

Toyota will start selling fuel-cell car in 2015

 Technology  7th January 2014 | Author: mat

Toyota announced they will start selling a hydrogen powered car with a range of 300 miles in 2015 all around the globe.

Life size Lego car that runs on air
 

Life size Lego car that runs on air

 Interesting  18th December 2013 | Author: mat

Half a million Lego pieces put together in an amazing life size air powered car that is able to reach speeds up to 20 mph, how incredible does that sound?

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.

Pictures taken by China's first spacecraft on the Moon
 

Pictures taken by China's first spacecraft on the Moon

 Space  16th December 2013 | Author: Spaceman

After almost 40 years, there is a new robot on the Moon and it was successfully launched by China. Check out a few pictures Chinese moon rover already captured up there.

Google buys Boston Dynamics
 

Google buys Boston Dynamics

 Technology  14th December 2013 | Author: TheDude

Google confirmed that the acquisition of Boston Dynamics - makers of research robots for Pentagon - has been completed on Friday.

Watch one of the best meteor showers this year
 

Watch one of the best meteor showers this year

 Space  13th December 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Geminid meteor shower is suppose to be one of the best displays space has to offer this year, so be sure not to miss it! You can also watch the live broadcast of the event on Dreevoo.

First video in history showing Moon orbiting Earth
 

First video in history showing Moon orbiting Earth

 Space  11th December 2013 | Author: Spaceman

NASA's Juno spacecraft captured the first ever video of how our world would look like to visitors from outer space would.

Immense freshwater reserves found under the Oceans
 

Immense freshwater reserves found under the Oceans

 Science and nature  10th December 2013 | Author: mat

Scientists have discovered vast amounts of freshwater beneath the oceans, miles away from the shore. Could this help with the global freshwater shortage? 

World's most powerful electric motorcycle
 

World's most powerful electric motorcycle

 Technology  6th December 2013 | Author: mat

This bike is packing some serious electric muscle and to top that,  it looks like something Robocop would ride one.

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!

World's biggest offshore wind turbine is complete
 

World's biggest offshore wind turbine is complete

 Science and nature  26th November 2013 | Author: TheDude

French engineering company have announced that its new generation wind turbine is finally finished and ready to produce some serious megawatts of electricity.

New species of skeleton shrimp discovered
 

New species of skeleton shrimp discovered

 Science and nature  25th November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

With its terrifying appearance, it looks like something out of your worst nightmares, check out this new crustacean found in California.

New terrifying dinosaur found in North America
 

New terrifying dinosaur found in North America

 Science and nature  22nd November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

Breaking news! A new species of predatory dinosaur, that probably terrorized the mighty T-Rex has been found in North America.

Nokia’s First Phablet: The 6-inch Lumia 1520
 

Nokia’s First Phablet: The 6-inch Lumia 1520

 Technology  22nd November 2013 | Author: JenniBirch

Nokia has pulled the curtain and revealed its Lumia 1520, marking their first official venture into the phablet landscape. Let's do a recap of what we’ve heard about this new phablet.

Playing computer games together makes you think alike
 

Playing computer games together makes you think alike

 Interesting  21st November 2013 | Author: mat

Scientists have discovered that playing computer games together can make brains of player act the same. Read on if you want to know more about the study of Helsinki Institute for Information Technology.

Watch NASA's Next Mars Mission LIVE
 

Watch NASA's Next Mars Mission LIVE

 Space  18th November 2013 | Author: Spaceman

At 1:28 pm ET today, NASA will launch its MAVEN Mission to Mars and you can watch it live here!

A new high for the Bitcoin prices
 

A new high for the Bitcoin prices

 Interesting  18th November 2013 | Author: mat

Over the past week Bitcoin prices have exploded sky-high and are charging towards the unbelievable value of $600.

A way to charge your phone with Wi-Fi discovered
 

A way to charge your phone with Wi-Fi discovered

 Technology  15th November 2013 | Author: mat

Yes you read it right. Students of Duke University came up with a ground breaking way to charge mobile phone or any other devices by harvesting energy from wireless Internet waves.

New WTC in New York is the tallest building in US
 

New WTC in New York is the tallest building in US

 Interesting  14th November 2013 | Author: mat

It is now official, the brand new World Trade Center tower took Chicago's crown for the highest building in United States.

3.5-Billion-Year-Old Bacteria Found in Australia
 

3.5-Billion-Year-Old Bacteria Found in Australia

 Science and nature  13th November 2013 | Author: mat

The evidence of ancient bacteria were found in rocks that are extremely rare, and If scientists happen to stumble upon them, they're almost always compromised by forces of nature.

Teenager discovered a new way to detect cancer
 

Teenager discovered a new way to detect cancer

 Environment and health  12th November 2013 | Author: mat

A new short documentary about a 16-year-old teenage wonder, who came up with a completely new method to detect pancreatic cancer.

Invisible Bike Helmet will not mess up your hair
 

Invisible Bike Helmet will not mess up your hair

 Technology  12th November 2013 | Author: TheDude

I know a lot of people who do not care for wearing a helmet when on a bike for a common reason of looking silly or it will mess up their hair. This amazing invisible helmet could be quite revolutionary.

Robo-Arm Wins Rock-Paper-Scissors Every Single Time
 

Robo-Arm Wins Rock-Paper-Scissors Every Single Time

 Technology  8th November 2013 | Author: mat

Watch this Japanese Janken robot winning the rock-paper-scissors game every time, no matter how hard its human opponent is trying.

Women Park Rangers in Afganistan's National Park
 

Women Park Rangers in Afganistan's National Park

 Interesting  7th November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

This is great news for a conservative country such as Afghanistan. Four women have been hired to patrol the Band-e-Amir National Park.

India is going to Mars
 

India is going to Mars

 Space  6th November 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Great news for all the space buffs, India's first-ever Mars probe has been launched to begin the countries very first interplanetary mission.

Scientists have discovered a new human body part
 

Scientists have discovered a new human body part

 Science and nature  6th November 2013 | Author: mat

This sounds pretty amazing if not impossible, but the scientists revealed they found a new, previously unknown body part in the human knee.

Ultra rare bay cat caught on video in Borneo
 

Ultra rare bay cat caught on video in Borneo

 Science and nature  5th November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

The slick bay cat is the cat that we know the least about has been captured on a camera in a rain forest of Borneo in Indonesia.

A morphing table that replicates your every move
 

A morphing table that replicates your every move

 Technology  5th November 2013 | Author: mat

The future is already here, at least in the MIT Media Lab it is. This 3D morphing table is nothing short of amazing.

Take a Google Street View tour of UK submarine
 

Take a Google Street View tour of UK submarine

 Technology  4th November 2013 | Author: mat

Google added another great place to explore to the Google Maps. This time you can explore the mysterious insides of an U.K. based military submarine, the HMS Ocelot.

Amazing 3D animated tour of our Solar System
 

Amazing 3D animated tour of our Solar System

 Space  4th November 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Shane Gehlert and his creative mind created a mind-blowing animation based on NASA's 3D models of the Solar System and gave it an educational mode.

Global warming makes animals shrink
 

Global warming makes animals shrink

 Science and nature  3rd November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

It has been known for years, that some mammals decreased in size significantly during the two ancient global warming events. The same thing could happen as a result of human caused global warning.

Guy implants a huge chip into his arm
 

Guy implants a huge chip into his arm

 Science and nature  2nd November 2013 | Author: mat

Biohacker implanted what is probably the first ever computer chip implant that can monitor, record and transmit his biomertics. And he did it without the help of certified doctor.

Mindblowing 3D video of Mars surface
 

Mindblowing 3D video of Mars surface

 Space  1st November 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Spectacular video made of hundreds of stitched together images taken by the Mars Express spacecraft showing the Red Planet  in three dimensions like never before.

Motorola to build modular smartphones
 

Motorola to build modular smartphones

 Technology  29th October 2013 | Author: mat

Motorola disclosed an open-source project for modular smartphones, meaning you will be able to replace a camera with a new one, by simply changing the camera module. How great does that sound?

Surely the Most Beautiful Saturn Photo Ever
 

Surely the Most Beautiful Saturn Photo Ever

 Space  17th October 2013 | Author: Spaceman

The latest photo of Saturn you are about to witness is so perfect and mind-blowing you will most probably have hard time believing that it is not fake.

MIT's Transformer Robots in the Making
 

MIT's Transformer Robots in the Making

 Technology  10th October 2013 | Author: mat

Transformer robots are no longer only a science fiction we get to watch in the movies. MIT is developing a real life self-assembling robots and let me tell you the future in this department looks mighty bright.

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.

The Moon is 100 Million Years Younger as Thought
 

The Moon is 100 Million Years Younger as Thought

 Space  24th September 2013 | Author: Spaceman

According to the latest research, our moon is significantly younger than scientists previously believed.

Huge Aerocraft Zeppelin to Revolutionize the Aviation
 

Huge Aerocraft Zeppelin to Revolutionize the Aviation

 Technology  10th September 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Zeppelins are making a comeback and rightfully so. They are capable to carry vast amounts of cargo, they don't require costly airports and their fuel consumption is only one third of a conventional cargo plane.

Newly discovered walking shark in Indonesia
 

Newly discovered walking shark in Indonesia

 Science and nature  4th September 2013 | Author: KimmyK

Always great to hear about new animal species being discovered and this species of shark discovered taking a stroll in the shallows of Indonesian ocean.

Track Scout the drone boat crossing the Atlantic
 

Track Scout the drone boat crossing the Atlantic

 Technology  30th August 2013 | Author: KidCurious

A group of students built an autonomous unmanned solar powered drone boat and sent it to a journey to cross the Atlantic. What even cooler, you can actually track it online using the Transatlantic Tracker.

The life on Earth may have originated from Mars
 

The life on Earth may have originated from Mars

 Space  29th August 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Breaking news! New studies suggest that life on Earth may have actually started on Mars, can you image how?

Scuba divers exploring mysterious river under the sea
 

Scuba divers exploring mysterious river under the sea

 Science and nature  6th August 2013 | Author: TheDude

Mesmerizing images and video of scuba diver exploring an amazing underwater river-like channel flowing through the cave filled with water.

Japan sends Kirobo the talking robot into space
 

Japan sends Kirobo the talking robot into space

 Space  4th August 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Russia was first in space, the United States was the first on the moon and Japan will now be the first nation to send a robot-astronaut to space that can communicate with humans.

Tokyo 360 Panorama the 2nd largest photo ever made
 

Tokyo 360 Panorama the 2nd largest photo ever made

 Interesting  1st August 2013 | Author: mat

The mind-blowing 600,000 pixel wide panorama image of Tokyo is really something you need to see, the amount of details is simply amazing.

The North Pole has melted into a lake
 

The North Pole has melted into a lake

 Science and nature  25th July 2013 | Author: TheDude

You would expect the North Pole to be all white, covered in snow and cold, but not at the moment, as the North Pole literally turned into a lake. Global warming or natural process?

Owner of a 72 million year old dinosaur tail found
 

Owner of a 72 million year old dinosaur tail found

 Science and nature  24th July 2013 | Author: KimmyK

In recent days a new spectacular dinosaur finding has been been discovered, a very well preserved 5 meter fossil of a 72 million year old dinosaur. Want to know which dinosaur it could belong to?

Hubble telescope finds a blue planet
 

Hubble telescope finds a blue planet

 Space  12th July 2013 | Author: Spaceman

NASA's famous space telescope, or its imaging spectograph detected the planet HD 189733b to be of a true blue color.

How Earth has changed in 30 years timelapse
 

How Earth has changed in 30 years timelapse

 Environment and health  17th May 2013 | Author: mat

Another mind-blowing timelapse project powered by Google in collaboration with Time magazine. Check out the amazing satellite images, taken from space from 1984 to 2012.

Adobe to abandon Creative Suit for Creative Cloud
 

Adobe to abandon Creative Suit for Creative Cloud

 Technology  7th May 2013 | Author: mat

After 10 years, Adobe CS6 is the very last in the Creative Suit series as Adobe will focus entirely on the web and subscription based Creative Cloud service. Learn all about it.

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.

New potentially habitable plantets found
 

New potentially habitable plantets found

 Space  22nd April 2013 | Author: Spaceman

This is big, NASA's Kepler discovered three 'new Earths' in the habitable zones of the two new planetary systems.

Explore Fukushima 2 years after nuclear disaster
 

Explore Fukushima 2 years after nuclear disaster

 Interesting  27th March 2013 | Author: TheDude

Google Street View is now also providing thousands of miles of Street View imagery in the affected nuclear disaster areas that were collected before and after the disaster.

Comet Panstarrs visible with your naked eye
 

Comet Panstarrs visible with your naked eye

 Space  7th March 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Once in a lifetime opportunity to catch the comet Panstarrs with your naked eye as it passes the Sun. It should shine in its fullest on March 10, read on if you don't want to miss it.

Adobe Photoshop Touch for phone released
 

Adobe Photoshop Touch for phone released

 Technology  27th February 2013 | Author: mat

Adobe just released the Adobe Photoshop Touch version for iPhone and Android powered smartphones and it's looking great.

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.

Rex, the world's most high-tech humanoid
 

Rex, the world's most high-tech humanoid

 Science and nature  6th February 2013 | Author: mat

Rex is the most advanced humanoid in the world and it was shown to the public yesterday in London. It has a beating heart and eyes that can see. Meet Rex and its human doppelganger with bionic arm.

Explore Grand Canyon with Google Maps
 

Explore Grand Canyon with Google Maps

 Science and nature  5th February 2013 | Author: mat

You always wanted to visit the Grand Canyon but it isn't exactly nearby where you live? You can now click or swipe your way across the 75 miles of trails and surrounding roads, thanks to Google.

Iran successfully sent monkey into space
 

Iran successfully sent monkey into space

 Space  28th January 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Iran's state television reported that Iran has successfully launched a monkey into space in a capsule called "pisgham".

Giant squid recorded on a video for the first time ever
 

Giant squid recorded on a video for the first time ever

 Science and nature  8th January 2013 | Author: mat

This is huge, Discovery channel announced that they recorded the first ever video footage of a giant squid in its natural habitat and it will go on air in less than a week. Here is a part of that footage.

Another earth-like planet found
 

Another earth-like planet found

 Space  19th December 2012 | Author: Spaceman

Less than only 12 light-years away a new potentially habitable earth-like planet was found, circling the sun-like Tau Ceti star.

7.4 cubic km of ice crashing into the ocean
 

7.4 cubic km of ice crashing into the ocean

 Science and nature  13th December 2012 | Author: mat

The largest iceberg calving ever documented on a film, imagine the Manhattan breaking apart in front of your eyes.

2012 the apocalypse according to Mayans?
 

2012 the apocalypse according to Mayans?

 Interesting  7th December 2012 | Author: mat

You probably heard about the alleged end of the world that could occur on December 21 2012 and about Mayan calendar predicting the apocalyptic events. Where did all this come from?

Blue whales are great underwater acrobats
 

Blue whales are great underwater acrobats

 Science and nature  30th November 2012 | Author: KimmyK

Scientists have found that the largest animal in the world performs underwater acrobatics to successfully catch the huge amounts of their prey which really is amazing considering its size.

NASA used a simulator to train the Moon landing
 

NASA used a simulator to train the Moon landing

 Space  25th November 2012 | Author: Spaceman

The simulator called LOLA was built to study problems related to landing on the lunar surface as part of the Apollo program. You will also see the original video of how the simulation actually looked like.

Jolla event Live: A New smartphone OS
 

Jolla event Live: A New smartphone OS

 Technology  21st November 2012 | Author: mat

If you are a Nokia N9 and its Meego OS fan then this should really be a big deal for you and all the people that are still open for alternatives and new players on the smartphone market.

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.

Angry Birds Star Wars game is released
 

Angry Birds Star Wars game is released

 Interesting  8th November 2012 | Author: Spaceman

Rovio just released the newest and much anticipated episode of the world's most played mobile game, Angry Birds Star Wars.

Oldest prehistoric town in Europe discovered
 

Oldest prehistoric town in Europe discovered

 Science and nature  1st November 2012 | Author: mat

In Bulgaria archaeologists discovered the oldest prehistoric town in Europe and it is suppose to be nearly 7,000 years old.

Star Wars episode 7 coming in 2015
 

Star Wars episode 7 coming in 2015

 Interesting  31st October 2012 | Author: NikMan

Yes, you heard it right, the Stars Wars saga is getting a new sequel, placing it after the part 6 - Return of the Jedi.

A never seen before cat on camera in Himalayas
 

A never seen before cat on camera in Himalayas

 Science and nature  30th October 2012 | Author: mat

A sneaky, thick-furred Pallas cat has been caught in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan for the very first time, how great is that?

Watch Soyuz rocket docking at Space Station Live
 

Watch Soyuz rocket docking at Space Station Live

 Space  25th October 2012 | Author: mat

The Russian Soyuz space capsule with the next crew of the International Space Station will be docking today, you can watch the event Live here.

Huge eruption of solar plasma from the Sun
 

Huge eruption of solar plasma from the Sun

 Space  22nd October 2012 | Author: mat

On Friday, a solar plasma the size of a couple of Earths was unleashed from the Sun and the amazing display was captured by one of the NASA's sun observing spacecrafts.

5 World Records Felix Baumgartner broke
 

5 World Records Felix Baumgartner broke

 Space  16th October 2012 | Author: mat

The Redbull Stratos project is over and Felix Baumgartner officially broke 5 Guinness World Records, and here they are.

The power of Kawaii makes you more focused
 

The power of Kawaii makes you more focused

 Science and nature  3rd October 2012 | Author: mat

The more you look at the pictures of cute baby animals, the more your concentration improves, so says the latest study from Japan.

Curiosity rover found ancient riverbed on Mars
 

Curiosity rover found ancient riverbed on Mars

 Space  28th September 2012 | Author: Spaceman

NASA's Curiosity rover has found evidence of  an ancient stream bed where water once ran through.

Take a dive into the Ocean with Google Street View
 

Take a dive into the Ocean with Google Street View

 Science and nature  27th September 2012 | Author: TheDude

Google Street View Maps expanded into the ocean. You can now explore beautiful reefs and swim with exotic underwater creatures without getting wet.

Ig Nobel Prize Winners List 2012
 

Ig Nobel Prize Winners List 2012

 Science and nature  23rd September 2012 | Author: podtalje

Ig Nobel Prizes are given to serious scientists where result of research is to make people laugh, then make them think. Now they have just announced winners for 2012.

Trillions of carats of impact Diamonds found in Siberia
 

Trillions of carats of impact Diamonds found in Siberia

 Interesting  18th September 2012 | Author: TheDude

Under the 35 million old asteroid impact area there is a vast source of diamonds, enough to supply the world for the next 3,000 years Russia reveals.

A short recap of the new iPhone 5
 

A short recap of the new iPhone 5

 Technology  12th September 2012 | Author: mat

Apple just revealed the new iPhone 5, lets see the specifications, how much will it cost and when will you be able to buy one.

Microsoft will allow other browsers in Windows 8
 

Microsoft will allow other browsers in Windows 8

 Technology  10th September 2012 | Author: mat

European Union regulators say, Microsoft promised to allow computer makers to install other web browsers in the forthcoming Windows 8.

The new Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 Windows 8 phones
 

The new Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 Windows 8 phones

 Technology  5th September 2012 | Author: mat

In New York, Nokia and Microsoft just revealed new Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 smartphones powered by Windows Phone 8.

Double planets discovered orbiting double stars
 

Double planets discovered orbiting double stars

 Space  2nd September 2012 | Author: Spaceman

Another amazing discovery by the Kepler Space Telescope, double planets found circling around double stars.

Neil Armstrong died
 

Neil Armstrong died

 Space  25th August 2012 | Author: mat

The first man to ever walked on surface of the Moon, Neil Armstrong has died at the age of 82.

A new rat species discovered that cannot chew
 

A new rat species discovered that cannot chew

 Science and nature  22nd August 2012 | Author: Sheeva

In Indonesia a brand new type of a few-toothed rodent was found that cannot chew or gnaw, so how and what does it eat then?

Windows 8 Pro will cost $70 but only for a while
 

Windows 8 Pro will cost $70 but only for a while

 Technology  21st August 2012 | Author: mat

The promotional price for Windows 8 Pro will be $69.99 but after the promotion period ends it will cost you $199.

How 3D printing changed little girl's life
 

How 3D printing changed little girl's life

 Technology  14th August 2012 | Author: mat

Heart warming example on how the technology, 3D printing to be precise, made for the little girl possible to give hugs.

21st birthday of World Wide Web
 

21st birthday of World Wide Web

 Science and nature  7th August 2012 | Author: podtalje

It was 21 years ago when scientist at CERN made the first page on the World Wide Web publicly available.

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.

Humans are a 500 million year old genetic mistake
 

Humans are a 500 million year old genetic mistake

 Science and nature  30th July 2012 | Author: mat

New studies reveal, that evolution of humans and other vertebrates followed after a genetic process that went wrong 500 million years ago.

Meet the Medusoid,  world's first cyborg
 

Meet the Medusoid, world's first cyborg

 Science and nature  23rd July 2012 | Author: mat

Scientists successfully created a world's first cybernetic organism from rat cells and silicone.

I know what you did on the Web
 

I know what you did on the Web

 Interesting  20th July 2012 | Author: mat

Social networks and web services have all sorts of data about you, in some cases they know stuff about you even your close ones don't.

Robot lizard running through the sand
 

Robot lizard running through the sand

 Science and nature  17th July 2012 | Author: mat

Running on the soft sandy beach is pretty hard and can take a breath out of one in no time. Let's see how the little DynaRoach - lizard inspired robot performs on sand.

Newest 3D technology without the pesky 3D glasses
 

Newest 3D technology without the pesky 3D glasses

 Technology  12th July 2012 | Author: TheDude

MIT is successfully working on a brand new 3D technology where you won't need 3D glasses to get a holographic experience watching a TV.

A real life robot avatar controlled by the human mind
 

A real life robot avatar controlled by the human mind

 Technology  5th July 2012 | Author: mat

For the very first time, a robot was being controlled by a human lying in the fMRI machine. A real life avatar!

CERN says Higgs Boson does exist
 

CERN says Higgs Boson does exist

 Science and nature  4th July 2012 | Author: mat

Finally, CERN scientists announced that they proved existence of the most wanted particle, Higgs Boson.

First ever evaporating alien planet caught
 

First ever evaporating alien planet caught

 Space  2nd July 2012 | Author: mat

For the very first time, astronomers can observe a planet outside of our galaxy losing its atmospheric gas.

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?

New Surface tablet by Microsoft
 

New Surface tablet by Microsoft

 Technology  19th June 2012 | Author: mat

Microsoft just revealed a tablet of their own that seems to have quite a number of advantages when compared with competitors.

New MacBook Pro, iOS 6 and more on WWDC 2012
 

New MacBook Pro, iOS 6 and more on WWDC 2012

 Technology  12th June 2012 | Author: mat

WWDC 2012, Apple's keynote brought us the whole new MacBook Pro, iOS6, new navigation maps and some other goodies.

Neutrinos are not faster than light, CERN admits
 

Neutrinos are not faster than light, CERN admits

 Science and nature  8th June 2012 | Author: mat

In the latest news, CERN admits that their claim to have caught neutrinos breaking the speed of light is faulty.

There is still hope for the Amazon Rainforest
 

There is still hope for the Amazon Rainforest

 Environment and health  7th June 2012 | Author: mat

The latest data shows, that deforestation of the Amazon has sunk to record low levels, since they started observing its shrinking.

First ever private space flight happening right now
 

First ever private space flight happening right now

 Space  25th May 2012 | Author: mat

Space Exploration Technologies, a private space company launched a rocket couple a days ago, and sent its Dragon space capsule to dock on the International Space Station.

Distorted faces on normal portraits
 

Distorted faces on normal portraits

 Interesting  24th May 2012 | Author: mat

Our brain works in mysterious ways, you simply got to see this, it is amazingly awesome and scary.

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.

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.

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.

Samsungs Galaxy S III facts and specifications
 

Samsungs Galaxy S III facts and specifications

 Technology  4th May 2012 | Author: mat

Samsung unveiled their newest flagship Android smartphone, Galaxy S III. Let's see what it can do.

1088 hp Rimac electric car can be yours for $990,000
 

1088 hp Rimac electric car can be yours for $990,000

 Technology  2nd May 2012 | Author: mat

A boutique Croatian high performance electric car manufacturer Rimac announced a price for their electric supercar Concept_One.

Space project Gemini pictures released
 

Space project Gemini pictures released

 Space  28th April 2012 | Author: mat

50 years ago, NASA started a space project Gemini, to prepare astronauts for the forthcoming Apollo program.

Google Drive finally launched
 

Google Drive finally launched

 Technology  25th April 2012 | Author: mat

The long awaited Google Drive service has been finally released. Now you can store everything you want to your place on the Internet and access it from anywhere.

The Samsung Galaxy SIII teaser website
 

The Samsung Galaxy SIII teaser website

 Technology  22nd April 2012 | Author: mat

Samsung launched a count down page to present a first teaser for the successor of Samsung Galaxy SII smartphone.

100 years ago Titanic sank into a deep ice cold ocean
 

100 years ago Titanic sank into a deep ice cold ocean

 Interesting  15th April 2012 | Author: KimmyK

April 15, 1912 was fatal for 1.503 human lives, as the biggest passenger ship that was ever made, hit the iceberg and sank on it's first voyage.

Sex life mistery of a giant panda now explained
 

Sex life mistery of a giant panda now explained

 Science and nature  6th April 2012 | Author: KimmyK

Getting pandas to mate in captivity was never an easy task, breeding in nature is also considered not to be taken for granted. Newest studies now explain the peculiar behaviour.

Instagram for Android is finally out
 

Instagram for Android is finally out

 Technology  3rd April 2012 | Author: mat

Long awaited iPhone photo sharing app Instagram is finally out and available for Android users to install it on their devices.

Flexbile display E-Paper by LG going into production
 

Flexbile display E-Paper by LG going into production

 Technology  29th March 2012 | Author: TheDude

Digital newspaper seems to become a reality, as LG is launching their flexible E-Paper display as we speak.

Huge king sized wasp found in Indonesia
 

Huge king sized wasp found in Indonesia

 Science and nature  28th March 2012 | Author: KimmyK

Scientists have discovered a new species of giant, venomous wasp on Indonesian island. You really need to see this awesome insect.

NASA released an 180 Megapixel panoramic photo
 

NASA released an 180 Megapixel panoramic photo

 Space  17th March 2012 | Author: mat

An epic panoramic photograph made by 18.000 stitched-together images of the entire night sky.

Instagram photos of NY Yankees on Getty Images
 

Instagram photos of NY Yankees on Getty Images

 Interesting  8th March 2012 | Author: TheDude

You can actually buy portraits of New York Yankees baseball players taken with a the most popular iPhone photo sharing app Instagram.

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.

Microsoft transparent 3D desktop
 

Microsoft transparent 3D desktop

 Technology  28th February 2012 | Author: mat

Another new invention by Microsoft Applied Sciences Group, a see through, 3D all in one desktop. Sounds interesting? 

Birth of the Hertz
 

Birth of the Hertz

 Science and nature  22nd February 2012 | Author: mat

On this day, 118 years ago a German physicist named Heinrich Rudolf Hertz was born, responsible for the first successful wireless transmission.  

Glacieres in Himalaya are melting slower as expected
 

Glacieres in Himalaya are melting slower as expected

 Science and nature  21st February 2012 | Author: mat

A new study shows, in years 2003-2010 about 4 billion metric tons of  Himalayan glacier's ice melted away, that's less then 10 percent of the amount that was predicted before.

Apple Mac OS X Mountain Lion preview
 

Apple Mac OS X Mountain Lion preview

 Technology  16th February 2012 | Author: mat

Take a look at a preview of the new version of Apple OS X 10.8 called Mountain Lion.

Adobe Photoshop CS6 sneak preview
 

Adobe Photoshop CS6 sneak preview

 Technology  16th February 2012 | Author: mat

Adobe presented some exciting new features and tweaks for the newest upcoming version CS6 of their world's most popular image editing software Adobe Photoshop.

World's smallest chameleons discovered in Madagascar
 

World's smallest chameleons discovered in Madagascar

 Science and nature  15th February 2012 | Author: TheDude

Happy days for science and nature, researchers have found four new species of smallest chameleons ever.

Salaries in Social Media jobs
 

Salaries in Social Media jobs

 Interesting  13th February 2012 | Author: mat

A breakdown on where in the U.S. is social media being engaged the most, what are the job titles and how much money do social media specialists actually make.

Why the zebra has stripes
 

Why the zebra has stripes

 Science and nature  10th February 2012 | Author: mat

The Jungle Book author Rudyard Kipling did explain how the leopard got its spots and camel its hump, but he never answered how the zebra got its stripes.

Eco friendly Android phone
 

Eco friendly Android phone

 Technology  2nd February 2012 | Author: mat

Chinese company ADzero will be releasing an Android powered smartphone made of bamboo wood.

Chinese New Year of the Dragon
 

Chinese New Year of the Dragon

 Interesting  23rd January 2012 | Author: TheDude

Today China has stepped into a Lunar New Year 2012 rounding their traditional Spring festival.

Wikipedia anti-SOPA-PIPA blackout
 

Wikipedia anti-SOPA-PIPA blackout

 Interesting  18th January 2012 | Author: Ruby

Wikipedia has decided to protest against SOPA and PIPA by shutting down the English Wikipedia for 24 hours.

Pale octopus and other new species found
 

Pale octopus and other new species found

 Science and nature  4th January 2012 | Author: mat

Various new species found in deep sea near Antarctica, living in temperatures of 752F.

Huge step made in understanding touch sensations
 

Huge step made in understanding touch sensations

 Science and nature  30th December 2011 | Author: mat

A breakthrough color-coding technique has been developed to give neuroscientists a tool for studying the mysterious touch sense.

Comet Lovejoy shot from International Space Station
 

Comet Lovejoy shot from International Space Station

 Space  26th December 2011 | Author: mat

International Space Station Commander Dan Burbank captured spectacular imagery of Comet Lovejoy from about 240 miles above the Earth.

Self-healing electronics
 

Self-healing electronics

 Technology  22nd December 2011 | Author: mat

A team of University of Illinois has developed a self-healing electronic system that can restore a cracked circuit automatically and super fast.

Russian rocket launched to international space station
 

Russian rocket launched to international space station

 Space  21st December 2011 | Author: TheDude

Today a Russian rocket with three spacemen blasted off to spend the holidays on the International Space Station.

Vending machine 2.0 hits Japan
 

Vending machine 2.0 hits Japan

 Technology  20th December 2011 | Author: mat

Check out this crazy hi-tech Japan vending machine, equipped with see-through 65 inch full HD display and facial recognition.

Facebook private messages between pages and fans
 

Facebook private messages between pages and fans

 Interesting  19th December 2011 | Author: mat

Facebook is starting to introduce a new feature which allows fans to send private messages to business pages.

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.

Bill Gates is not returning to Microsoft
 

Bill Gates is not returning to Microsoft

 Interesting  15th December 2011 | Author: mat

While being on holiday in Sydney Australia, Bill Gates dissmised the rumors  about his comeback to Microsoft.

Did they find God (particle) in CERN?
 

Did they find God (particle) in CERN?

 Science and nature  13th December 2011 | Author: mat

Today a seminar was held in CERN about the Higgs search status. There were rumors they finally found the particle that would complete the standard model of partical physics.

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.

HP webOS going open source
 

HP webOS going open source

 Technology  9th December 2011 | Author: mat

Decision has been made, HP is going to contribute it's unlucky operating system webOS to the open source community.

Best evidence yet of water on Mars
 

Best evidence yet of water on Mars

 Space  8th December 2011 | Author: mat

NASA Rover has found some of the most convicing evidence till date that water once flowed on the surface of Mars.

HP TouchPad from $99 in HP's Ebay store
 

HP TouchPad from $99 in HP's Ebay store

 Technology  7th December 2011 | Author: mat

HP is going to revive the TouchPad sale on their Ebay Store on December 11th at 6:00PM Central time.

10 billion downloads from Android Market
 

10 billion downloads from Android Market

 Technology  7th December 2011 | Author: mat

According to Google, Android app downloads surpassed the 10 billion mark past weekend and to mark the celebration you can download premium apps for 10 cents.

NASA's Voyager reaches the edge of our solar system
 

NASA's Voyager reaches the edge of our solar system

 Space  6th December 2011 | Author: mat

After more then 30 years of traveling, Voyager 1 spacecraft entered the "no men's land" between our solar system and the rest of the space.

World's first elastic electrical cable
 

World's first elastic electrical cable

 Technology  5th December 2011 | Author: mat

Japanese chemical company says their newly developed elastic electrical cable called Roboden can stretch by a factor 1.5.

Pictures of 7 vulcanos erupting as we speak
 

Pictures of 7 vulcanos erupting as we speak

 Interesting  4th December 2011 | Author: mat

Active and erupting vulcanos are not as uncommon as you might think. Let's see 7 of them breaking loose right now

Senseye control your smartphone with your eyes
 

Senseye control your smartphone with your eyes

 Technology  2nd December 2011 | Author: mat

Siri lets you control your iPhone 4S with your voice, how does controlling your phone with your eyes sound?

Steve Wozniak in Silicon Valley of India
 

Steve Wozniak in Silicon Valley of India

 Technology  1st December 2011 | Author: mat

Apple co-founder will talk about innovation and technology with hundreds of CEOs in Bangalore India.

Japanese robot can climbe ladders
 

Japanese robot can climbe ladders

 Technology  1st December 2011 | Author: mat

Robots are getting smarter and more agile, ladder climbing robot from Osaka in Japan is a prime example of these humaniods.

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.

Photoshopped or not tool
 

Photoshopped or not tool

 Technology  29th November 2011 | Author: mat

As you have probably noticed, celebrity photos these days have little to nothing to do with reality. How to measure retouche level of altered Photos?

Using cyborgs for space exploration?
 

Using cyborgs for space exploration?

 Space  28th November 2011 | Author: mat

Humans wouldn't last long in space without significant technological assistance, does that mean we need to alter human biology to prepare it for future space travels?

 
   
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