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Astronauts on board the International Space Station study the strange properties of supercritical water. Burn baby burn. Today, we use water to put out fires. But what if we could use it for the opposite
At CES this week, Corning announced a new type of glass that will make curved iPhones and iWatches possible. And that’s just to start. The smartphones in our hands, the tablets on our laps, the computers
Bigger is better has practically become a rule of thumb in the wind power business. Indeed, the typical wind turbine size has grown from about 300 kilowatts in 1990 to a whopping 7.5 megawatts in 2011.
So this entrepreneur wants to put a bunch of 300-pound, autonomous security robots into circulation around the world — in schools, malls, public streets, you name it. These bots are equipped with cameras,
Now on Kickstarter, a simple kit turns any paper airplane into something that can be remotely flown using your smartphone. If it seems like kids have been flinging paper airplanes at each other since beginning