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These Self-Assembling Nanoflowers Are As Beautiful As They Are Tiny

Harvard researchers grew these lovely microscopic gardens using delicate chemical reactions.<p><i>Click here to enter the gallery</i><p>A nanorose may not smell as sweet as an organic one, but the red petals on this micron-scale flower are unquestionably just as beautiful. At Harvard University, materials …

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The First Web Page, Amazingly, Is Lost

Given the World Wide Web's ubiquity, you might be tempted to believe that everything is online. But there's one important piece of the Web's own history that can't be found through a search engine: the very first Web page.<p>Now a team at the lab where the World Wide Web was invented is seeking to …

HTC One M8

<b>Update:</b> <i>The HTC One M8 is no longer easy to buy in shops, so you'll need to get it through other online portals. The</i> <i>HTC U11</i> <i>is the newest phone from</i> …

Google to begin inviting non-developers to become Glass Explorers

By now, all the developers who signed up to receive Glass prototypes should have the headgear in hand, so Google's ready to move on to the next phase. Over the next few weeks, the company will begin sending invitations to successful #ifihadglass applicants. Invites will come via Google+, so you'll …

Valve's Tom Forsyth and robotics scientist Steve LaValle join Oculus team

The Oculus team just got bigger by two, with software engineer Tom Forsyth, formerly of Valve, and robotic scientist Dr. Steve LaValle of the University of Illinois both jumping on board. Forsyth previously worked alongside Joe Ludwig and Michael Abrash on Valve's Team Fortress 2, which has a VR …

Inteliscope: because your tactical rifle totally needed an iPhone strapped to it

It's surely not the first contraption to bring an iDevice to a weapon, but the Inteliscope does appear to be one of the first to take itself seriously. It's designed to secure an iPhone 4 / 4S / 5 or iPod touch to any firearm with a Picatinny (Mil-STD-1913) or Weaver tactical rail, enabling …

Innodisk outs embedded SATA nanoSSD, nets 480MB per second from one chip

While single-chip SSDs are clearly known quantities, they usually run at a much more leisurely pace than their larger counterparts. Innodisk doesn't think size and speed have to be contradictory -- it just unveiled an embedded version of its nanoSSD that performs almost as well as its much bigger …

Kim Dotcom Claims He Invented Two-Factor Authentication, Has A Patent To Prove It

Oh, Kim Dotcom. You just never stop surprising us.<p>Just hours after Twitter finally rolled out its long-awaited Two-Factor authentication feature to protect accounts, the Megaupload founder is claiming to have invented the entire mechanism… and he’s got a patent to prove it.<p>“But they won’t even …

BBC's experimental Perceptive Radio intelligently adjusts what's playing

At today's Thinking Digital conference, the BBC exhibited the first gadget designed through its Perceptive Media Project: the Perceptive Radio, created by Ian Forrester of the corporation's Future Media division. When the BBC announced the project last summer, the response included some head …

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New trailer for The World's End

Barmageddon is coming as the new trailer for Edgar Wright’s <b>The World’s End</b> hits the Internet. Here’s the synopsis, followed by the trailer below:<p><i>“In</i> …

Where visual search happens in the brain

<b>UC SANTA BARBARA (US) —</b> When we look for something, we rely on environmental cues and scene context. New research shows where in the brain this …

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