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Analysis – E3 2014 Must Be A Showcase For Exclusives

I spent most of my day putting together release lists for each of the three major console platforms. It was a time consuming endeavor, but it was …

Riot speaks out on League of Legends preseason Support ‘nerfs’

Things got changed up a little in the recent preseason changes for League of Legends. Support characters have had their income stats thrown all over …

Kepler discovers most potentially habitable planet yet

The search for extraterrestrial life zeroed in a bit today as NASA announced that its unmanned Kepler Space Telescope detected the most Earth-like …

US Navy announces sea trials for electromagnetic railgun

Watching old war movies, we expect firing a navy gun to be accompanied by a deafening bang and a dramatic cloud of burnt powder. This being the 21st …

For 21st-Century Kids, Home Microfluidics And Neurology Kits

Take that, ye olde 1950s chemistry sets.<p>We've seen a lot of nostalgia for ye olde chemistry sets lately. Nobel Laureates have reminisced about playing with them. These days, sets containing radioactive uranium dust or toxic lead are not going to cut it anymore, but that doesn't mean kids can't get …

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GeekWire Awards: Vote for Perk of the Year

In the war for tech talent, every little thing matters, including sweet workplace perks. That’s especially the case for smaller companies that can’t …

As seen on #Cosmos: Meteors

As seen on #Cosmos: Meteors<p>Shooting stars, or meteors, are bits of interplanetary material falling through Earth's atmosphere and heated to incandescence by friction. These objects are called meteoroids as they are hurtling through space, becoming meteors for the few seconds they streak across the sky and create glowing trails.<p>Scientists estimate that 44 tonnes (44,000 kilograms, about 48.5 tons) of meteoritic material falls on the Earth each day. Several meteors per hour can usually be seen on …