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Best PC upgrades under £100: get a faster PC for less

One of the greatest things about the PC is the sheer variety of hardware at our disposal. Whereas with a sealed-box console, or even a laptop PC, …

So, Honda and McLaren are teaming up again for the 2015 season. Can they return to the Prost/Senna glory years? And who would you like to see in the driver's seats?

Chris Hadfield's photographs of Earth from space – in pictures<p>720<p>During his five months in space onboard the International …

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Three Early-Hybrid Energy-Storage Fears that Never Materialized – Feature

When hybrids first nosed through auto-show curtains at the turn of the century, we were intrigued by their fresh approach to more efficient propulsion. At the time, skeptics raised a few potential battery pitfalls—concerns that have now been disproven.<p><b>MYTH #1:</b> The naysayers predicted that depleted …

APOD: Four X-class Flares (2013 May 16) Image Credit: NASA, Solar Dynamics Observatory, GSFC Explanation: Swinging around the Sun's eastern limb on Monday, a group of sunspots labeled active region AR1748 has produced the first four X-class solar flares of 2013 in less than 48 hours. In time sequence clockwise from the top left, flashes from the four were captured in extreme ultraviolet images from the Solar Dynamics Observatory. Ranked according to their peak brightness in X-rays, X-class flares are the most powerful class and are frequently accompanied by coronal mass ejections (CMEs), massive clouds of high energy plasma launched into space. But CMEs from the first three flares were not Earth-directed, while one associated with the fourth flare may deliver a glancing blow to the Earth's magnetic field on May 18. Also causing temporary radio blackouts, AR1748 is likely not finished. Still forecast to have a significant chance of producing strong flares, the active region is rotating into more direct view across the Sun's nearside. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD

Gran Turismo 6 review

You see that game on your shelf called Gran Turismo 5? Pick it up. Now drop it in the nearest bin and forget it ever happened. Gran Turismo 6 …

Gran Turismo 6 Announcement Trailer

EA dropping Online Pass

EA has been a trendsetter in the realm of post-release, digital content, but it's now backing off one of its most prominent tools. At an event in LA …

EA to discontinue Online Passes

EA is going to discontinue its Online Pass requirement to access certain features in its future releases.<p>"We're discontinuing Online Pass," EA senior …