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Aaron Taylor-Johnson Officially On For Avengers 2

Despite the fact that everyone's been assuming that Aaron Taylor-Johnson was confirmed as Quicksilver for <b>The Avengers: Age Of Ultron</b>, in reality, it …

Stephen Hawking: brain could exist outside body

At premiere of film about his life, physicist says it's theoretically possible to copy brain on to computer to provide life after death<p>Stephen Hawking has said he believes brains could exist independently of the body, but that the idea of a conventional afterlife is a fairy tale.<p>Speaking at the …

Nokia Lumia 1520 Poses for the Camera Again

Nokia Lumia 1520 is the next big thing Windows Phone fans should be excited about. The handset is not the best kept secret of the Finnish maker and …

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APOD: Antares Rocket Launch (2013 Sep 21) Image Credit: NASA, Bill Ingalls http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130921.html Explanation: The sky looks dark in this scene from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) at NASA Wallops Flight Facility, Virginia. Captured on Wednesday, September 18, an Orbital Sciences Corporation Antares rocket is leaving launch pad-0A with the Cygnus cargo spacecraft aboard. Though it looks like night, the photograph was taken at 10:58am EDT, under bright, clear morning skies, with a digital camera modified to record infrared images. The Sun itself is above and left of the picture frame, creating strong glare and internal reflections in the camera lens at near-infrared wavelengths. In the false-color presentation, the vegetation and watery reflections also take on an otherworldly pallor. Reaching orbit, the Cygnus spacecraft is now on its way to a Sunday rendezvous with the International Space Station. The spacecraft will deliver about 1,300 pounds (589 kilograms) of cargo to the Expedition 37 crew. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130921 #APOD

Could An Asteroid Impact Knock The Moon Into Earth?

"If an asteroid hits the moon, it will just get another crater," says Gareth Wynn-Williams, an astronomer at the University of Hawaii. It would take a moon-size object to move the moon, says Clark Chapman, a planetary scientist at the Southwest Research Institute, and most likely the moon wouldn't …

Low-power Haswell Chips for Tablets Teased by Intel

Intel certainly rules the roost when it comes to processors for traditional computers such as desktops and notebooks, it is far from the biggest name …

Last week on Research: big data and human risk, quarterly wrap-ups

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Credit: Shutterstock / watcharakun<p>The past few months have been a volatile period for tech: the NSA and PRISM scandal, the …

Xbox One review: less Kinect and a greater focus on what matters

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Plastic skin lights up on contact, may lead to touchscreens everywhere (video)

Flexible circuitry is frequently a one-way affair -- we've seen bendy displays and touch layers, but rarely both in one surface. UC Berkeley is at last merging those two technologies through a plastic skin whose display reacts to touch. By curing a polymer on top of a silicon wafer, the school's …

Oracle optimization agreement brightens ARM’s enterprise server software horizons

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Servers using ARM(s armh)-based chips are now a reality, but the ARM processor architecture is still some way behind Intel(s …

Google buys 6.3 percent stake in Google Glass display manufacturer Himax

If the name "Himax" prompted you to shrug, then you're not alone, but it's the latest company to receive a cash injection from Eric Schmidt's checking account. The Taiwanese semiconductor firm is selling Google a 6.3 percent stake in Himax Display Technologies, a subsidiary that's most famous for …