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Husband And Wife Team Unveil The World's First 3D-Printed Graphene Battery

A company founded by a married couple has unveiled the world’s first ever graphene 3D-printed battery, heralding an era when consumers will be able to produce their own homemade power sources.<p>A team from Graphene 3D Lab, based in Calverton, New York, has spent more than five years designing a …

Artist Uses Sharpie to Cover Husband's Skyline GTR with Stunningly Intricate Designs

As we've seen before, Sharpie doodles on a car can make for an extraordinary paint job. Thanks to the passion and creativity of his wife, dozens of Sharpies, and roughly 100 hours of hard work, one auto enthusiast managed to transform his ordinary 1995 Nissan Skyline GTR into an amazing work of art.<p>…

Nissan Skyline

Tesla introduces all-wheel drive electric Model S with autopilot features

Tesla Motors on Thursday took its first step toward automated driving, unveiling features that will allow its electric sedan to park itself and sense …

Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win 2014 Nobel peace prize

Pakistani teenager and Indian children’s rights activist beat Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, the Pope and Vladimir Putin to the prestigious prize<p>• Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win - as it happened<p>Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenage education campaigner shot on school bus in 2012 by …

A pilot explains why it’s time to get over your fear of turbulence

Turbulence: spiller of coffee, jostler of luggage, filler of barf bags, rattler of nerves. But is it a crasher of planes? Judging by the reactions of many airline passengers, one would assume so; turbulence is far and away the number one concern of anxious passengers. Intuitively, this makes sense. …

Frequent-flyer Programs

As World’s Population Booms, Will Its Resources Be Enough for Us?

New projections of escalating growth increase the tension between humanity’s expanding needs and what the planet can provide.<p><b>There are more than 7 billion people on Earth now, and roughly one in eight of us doesn't have enough to eat. The question of how many people the Earth can support is a</b> …

China launches chopsticks that tell you if your food is safe to eat

Device by Baidu search engine detects freshness of food and its fitness for consumption, displaying findings on an app<p>From recycled cooking oil to fox meat and chemicals, a litany of food scandals has turned Chinese diners' stomachs, but a new "smart chopsticks" concept by search engine Baidu could …

Apple reveals the most common reasons that it rejects apps

Apple is such an opaque company that even app developers can be left, out in the cold, wondering why their app was rejected from the app store. Thankfully, the company does have some sympathy for those dejected coders, which is why it's published a list (in full, after the break) of the most common …

Apple’s ‘iWatch’ Reportedly at ‘Engineering Verification Test’ Stage, Components in Production

Apple’s ‘iWatch” has reportedly reached the “engineering verification test” (EVT) stage of development, and is likely to beginning shipping in 2015, …

4 Strategies For Remembering Everything You Learn

• knowledge about the subject at hand, like math, history, or programming<p>• knowledge about how learning actually works<p>The bad news: Our education system kinda skips one of them, which is terrifying, given that your ability to learn is such a huge predictor of success in life, from achieving in …

Self-improvement

6 Life Lessons That Can Make You a Better Photographer

Photography can’t be all f-stops and shutter speeds; megapixels and frames per second shouldn't dominate your thought process each time you reach for …

NASA is building the largest rocket of all time for a 2018 launch

<i>Artist's rendering of NASA's Space Launch System (credit: NASA/MSFC)</i><p>NASA has worked on some inspiring interplanetary projects in the last few years, but few have been as ambitious as the simply-named Space Launch System, a new rocket that will be the largest ever built at 384 feet tall, surpassing …

31 Fascinating Photography Links for Quick Inspiration

As another exciting week passes us by, Toad Hollow Photography has been seeking to find the best photography and articles to share here with …

Wild Waves: 14 Photos of the Ocean Overtaking the Earth

<i>This post was originally published on the Shutterstock blog and has been reprinted with permission. Sarah Maloy is Shutterstock’s content marketing manager. She’s also an entertainment writer, social-media nerd, and chronic binge-watcher.</i><p>We look at so many gorgeous images every day that it takes …

Learn the Skill of Critiquing Photographs With These 5 Tips

Raise your hands if you have had your photos critiqued before. Now if you have, do you remember receiving feedback that wasn't too useful? Perhaps …

Do Better Work by Taking Time Off

<i>Jason SurfrApp is the founder of IWearYourShirt and author of Creativity For Sale. Want to read more of his writing? Go to MoreJason.com.</i><p>I can remember it clear as day. The first year of IWearYourShirt was coming to a (fun and profitable) end and people were emailing in to congratulate me on …

A Quiet Day in Wonderland by Nikita Gill

London-based photographer and digital artist, Nikita Gill, transports viewers to a picturesque world that totters the boundary between reality and fantasy. <i>A Quiet Day in Wonderland</i>, Gill's whimsical series, revolves around the course of a day in the mythical land, and beautifully merges photography …

Art

Stunning Minimalist Kitchen Features an Innovative Hi-Tech Island

The LEAF kitchen by Dutch company Culimaat High End Kitchens is a modern room that's inspired by nature. Its clean, minimalist aesthetic is accented by the stunning island in the center. Designers didn't follow conventional geometric forms and instead opted for a rounded, organic shape that, in …

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Flaw lets hackers break your WiFi router's security with one guess

Typically, attacks against your WiFi router require a lengthy attempt to guess any codes and passwords. Not if you use 0xcite's new technique, however; the research firm has detailed a flaw in some router chipsets that lets hackers bypass the push-button security of WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) …

12 Of The World’s Most Jaw-Dropping Remote Hideaways

Escape to the glorious middle of nowhere in these sanctuaries, in mountaintops, prairies, forests, and seasides around the world.<p>When you live in a constantly connected (but spiritually disconnected) urban environment, it’s natural to dream about escaping to some wilderness shack and never coming …

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Arizona gun instructor accidentally shot and killed by nine-year-old girl with Uzi

Mohave County sheriff said instructor was standing next to the girl when she pulled the trigger on an Uzi<p>A firearms instructor has died after he was shot by a nine-year-old girl when she fired an Uzi at a shooting range in the Arizona desert.<p>Mohave County sheriff’s officials said 39-year-old …

Leica's latest rangefinder camera is both speedier and stealthier

Digital rangefinder cameras may look like retro fashion items, but they're genuinely handy for pros -- they're good for moments when you need quality without carrying a big, conspicuous DSLR. To that end, Leica has just launched the M-P, a new addition to the M series that's more about serious work …

Airbnb to reveal 124 hosts' identities to New York's Attorney General

Airbnb has agreed to reveal the identities of 124 hosts who use its apartment-rental service to New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, …

Alaska requests greater involvement in oversight of large B.C. gold mine

The state of Alaska has taken the rare step of asking the Canadian government for greater involvement in the approval and regulation of a controversial mine in northwestern British Columbia amid growing concern that the project could threaten American rivers and fish.<p>Alaska's Department of Natural …