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Unmanned NASA Planes Fly Through Poisonous Volcanic Fumes

Planes designed for urban warfare are helping scientists track poisonous volcanic gas.<p>The Dragon Eye remote-controlled plane weighs in at just under …

Costa Rica

A Facebook phone seems inevitable. Is it the right move for Facebook? http://on.mash.to/XdMEzG

Stop working (so hard)

<i>(Pssst! I just released a book on building communities & how I work.</i> <i>I’d be thrilled for you to check it out</i><i>.)</i><p>I’m currently working the fewest hours …

How Far Do You Run Playing Different Sports?

While watching sports, have you ever stopped (midway through a bowl of Cheetos) to wonder, "How far are those guys actually running?" It's a common …

Apple iTV expected to launch this year, featuring finger-worn iRing remote control - ExtremeTech

By on April 3, 2013 at 2:00 pm<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>As Apple looks to sneak its way into …

Remote Controls

BlackBerry Z10 users can Gogo to Delta for free in-flight WiFi

Dangling WiFi-carrot meet your BlackBerry-made stick: the Z10. Perhaps because its user base has traditionally courted strong enterprise support -- a lot that typically overlaps with the jet set -- BlackBerry's offering an incentive to adopters of its BB 10 pearl, granting <i>gratis</i> Gogo-powered …

DragonBox+ for Android review: Make learning algebra fun - CNET

<b>The Good</b> <b>DragonBox+</b> uses silly characters and clever game mechanics to make solving Algebraic equations more palatable to both children and adults.<p><b>The Bad</b> Could benefit from more-explicit explanations of mathematical concepts, though I admit that this could turn some children off if not done …

Equations

Google forks WebKit with new Blink rendering engine for Chrome and Opera

Big news for the web today: Google has announced that it's going to stop using WebKit as the rendering engine that's behind displaying web pages in Chrome. Instead, it's forking WebKit to create its own rendering engine, called "Blink." The move, Google says, is to speed up development on Chrome …