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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.

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.

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?

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.

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.

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.

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.

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?

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

 
   
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