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The 10 Best Things from February 2014

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Intel announces Edison, a computer the size of an SD card

Intel built a processor for wearable computing, and now it has a tiny computer where that processor can live. At CES 2014, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced Edison, "a full Pentium-class PC" that's the size and shape of the SD card you might otherwise put in your camera. It's powered by a …

Syria Conflict Indicates Armageddon, Say One Third Of Americans (SURVEY)

Most things aren't really the end of the world, but one-third of Americans who were surveyed believe that the Syria conflict is an indication that our days are numbered. A biblical passage which prophesies the destruction of Damascus and links it to the coming of Armageddon is leading many people …

The bleeding edge in Bitcoin-mining hardware comes to CES

Bitcoin is intangible money, but that doesn't mean you won't see it at CES, the nation's premier electronics trade show. There's currently an arms race in Bitcoin mining, the intense computing required to generate new units of the increasingly popular virtual currency that approximates cash on the …

The World's Smallest Car Runs On Half A Gallon Of Fuel

And it's street legal!<p>Small cars are big business these days. Thanks to stricter regulation of fuel efficiency and tailpipe emissions, everything seems to be downsizing, from the family sedan to the rough-and-ready work truck.<p>But though they may shrink, few will ever get as pint-sized as the car …

Ink-jet printing creates 'soft' nanostructures - Futurity

A new way to make nanostructures combines advanced ink-jet printing technology with block copolymers that …

Spanish bat study shines new light on spread of coronavirus

Picture this: two men with heavy backpacks, clambering up a mountainside in the middle of August in the Inca area of Majorca, 35km north-east of Palma. Neither tourists, nor hunters, they are actually scientists heading for Ratapinyades cave to catch bats. The aim is to study the viruses they carry.<p>…

FYI: Why Are Escalators So Dangerous?

The escalator was patented in 1892, and the design hasn't changed much since then. The landing platforms make entry and exit dicey endeavors—particularly when the moving stairs disappear beneath them, and all manner of clothing and body parts can get stuck. In recent years, escalators have torn the …

SINTEF Wants To Send Snake Robots To Mars

The Scandinavian-based Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research (“SINTEF”) thinks that it might be able to offer an alternative to Martian exploration than traveling by wheeled rovers. In order to get into tight places and move around obstacles, SINTEF researchers are trying to see if …

Megapixels: Salvaging The Saturn V Rockets Found In The Atlantic Ocean

Scrubbing away with tools like paintbrushes, it's going to take technicians a while<p>During NASA's Apollo missions, the famously powerful <i>Saturn V</i> launch rockets hurled astronauts into space, many toward their lunar destination. After falling back to Earth, the spent F-1 engines sat at the bottom of …

A 3-D-Scanning Depth Sensor You Can Clip To An iPad

This Kickstarter project is moving fast.<p>Microsoft's Kinect, a depth-sensor that has the ability to map the world around it in three directions, was a huge step forward for 3-D imaging. The Structure Sensor, which is currently burning up Kickstarter in only its first day on the crowdfunding site, …

Have we seen the last of Comet ISON?

Comet ISON is now thought to be a traveling debris field, with no solid nucleus or core. Will we see the debris field from Earth? No one knows</b> …

NASA Has Invented a Lightweight Machine That Can Detect a Human Heartbeat Under 30 Feet of Rubble

Occipital’s New Structure Sensor Turns Your iPad Into A Mobile 3D Scanner

The folks at Boulder/San Francisco-based Occipital are very much software people — the company’s RedLaser app was a big hit in the early App Store days before the team sold it to eBay, as was 360 Panorama before iOS 6’s Panorama feature took some of the wind out of its sails.<p>Their roots may be in …

Grand Theft Auto V shows why the games industry needs to go the way of the music industry

Grand Theft Auto V, the fifth in a series of joyously violent games in which players control crime syndicates and wreak havoc upon cities, is among the most eagerly anticipated games ever released. It went on sale today and is expected to rake in $1.6 billion in sales in its first year, handsomely …

How Facebook stands to gain by sharing its trade secrets

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Disney Researchers Create A Way To Make Geared Figures That Look Amazingly Life-Like

For centuries the creation of geared automata has been sort of a dark art. To design a mechanical device to move like a human or animal was a trick in itself and to build the gears and rods necessary to propel the thing was even trickier. A team of Disney researchers, however, have created a system …

Microsoft updates Kinect for Windows SDK for better 3D scanning, green screen

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>The Microsoft (s msft) Kinect started out as a gaming peripheral, but has grown into a low-cost way to help hackers, developers …

Adobe's Project Mighty and Project Napoleon to Launch in 2014

At its MAX event in May this year, Adobe revealed that it was experimenting with hardware in the form of ‘Project Mighty’ – an Internet-connected stylus, and ‘Project Napoleon’, an accompanying digital ruler. Now the firm has announced that these two devices have graduated from experiments to …

3D printing pioneers weigh in on the future: “It’s going to integrate into society”

Advertisement<p>4 Comments<p>Credit: Stratasys<p>Dave Perell is a professor at the University of Texas-Austin, and, this fall, he noticed something completely …

Here’s What They’re Saying About the New iPhones

“It is the gold standard in phones,” Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller said of the iPhone 5s when he unveiled it during a special event at …

Adobe to Launch Project Mighty Digital Pen for Creative Professionals, Instagram Generation

You may know Adobe as a creative software company, but soon, it will also be in the creative hardware business.Today, Adobe announced that it plans …

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