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Design-Studie: Galaxy S5 mit flexiblem Display

Wie wird wohl das neue Galaxy S5 aus dem Hause Samsung aussehen? Wir zeigen euch ein Konzept, das die Herzen der Galaxy-Fans höher schlagen …

Scientists have presented new evidence for the existence of a previously unconfirmed element with the atomic number 115: http://bbc.in/1dkojAO The element is highly radioactive and exists for less than a second before decaying into lighter atoms. First discovered by Russian scientists in 2004, the super-heavy element has yet to be verified by the governing body of chemistry and physics. What name would you like to give the new element?

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's historic ‘I have a dream speech’. To mark the occasion, you can listen to or watch the whole speech in full here: http://bit.ly/19NfYBK

Google Nexus 7 review (2013)

I make a lot of aspirational purchases. I constantly buy books I really <i>ought</i> to read, subscribe to magazines that are <i>so</i> good the one time a year I actually get around to opening them, and add movies like <i>Schindler's List</i> to my Netflix queue because it's an important cultural touchstone. My credit …

The Best (and Worst) Airplane Seats for Sleeping

Falling asleep on a plane is not easy, but you can do a few things to help the process along. Travel expert John DiScala shares some tips over at …

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MacBook Air review (13-inch, 2013)

Toby’s Estate Coffee in Brooklyn should be my favorite local coffee shop. The Australian company’s first US location is big and bright, with ample seating, great service, and terrific coffee — the ultra-expensive Strada variable-pressure espresso machine behind the bar sees to that. It’s also full …

Erste SLR aus dem 3D-Drucker, Hoffnung für Adobe Fireworks und neue Android-App für Vine [Newsticker]

Im Newsticker zeigen wir euch interessante Fundstücke aus dem Netz, die es nicht in einen eigenen Artikel geschafft haben. Heute unter anderem mit …

Developer Hacks His Microwave Into The Microwave Of The Future

Hello, and welcome back to today’s episode of “Why? LOL BECAUSE WE CAN.”<p>Tired of your dumb old microwave that just <i>shoots friggin’ radio waves at food</i> to cook it? Stupid thing probably can’t even play animated GIFs or send Snapchats or download the Fergie. What’s the point?<p>In the coolest mod I’ve …

NASA Successfully Tests First 3-D Printed Rocket Engine Injector

Another step toward the day when 3-D printers spit out entire spacecraft.<p>We've seen 3-D printed aircraft and drone parts, and even plans for a printable private jet. Now NASA has demonstrated another 3-D printing first: The agency has just finished successful tests of a 3-D printed rocket engine …

Firefox OS 1.1 Simulator – Add-ons for Firefox

Important! This add-on is compatible with Firefox 37+ and Firefox OS 1.1. To test apps with Firefox OS 1.2+, please use WebIDE built into Firefox! …

Verizon becomes potential launch partner for Ubuntu phone

Ubuntu is slowly making its way toward consumers' smartphones, and it looks like Verizon has taken an interest. The telecom giant has become a member of the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group, a number of companies partnering with the open-source operating system's developer, Canonical, to give feedback …

Apple Store is being built on top of 15th-century Spanish ruins

Apple is building a new store in Madrid right on top of 15th-century hospital ruins, and it's doing so with the local government's blessing. While constructing a basement for the new Apple Store, workers discovered deteriorated walls that served as the foundation of the Buen Sucesco hospital, which …

Edward Snowden whereabouts unknown as US presses Russia – as it happened

10.46pm BST<p>Summary<p>We're going to wrap up our live blog coverage for the day. Here's a summary of where things stand:<p>• <b>The whereabouts of Edward</b> …

Spy stoppers: meet the companies benefiting from the PRISM privacy scare

After NSA revelations, end-to-end encryption is more important than ever<p>The world is still reeling from the leaked details of the NSA's PRISM program, reported to give the government's top spies access to personal user data collected by Google, Apple, Microsoft, and other services. But while the …

Apple iOS 7 Parallax Effect Has Been Available On Android Since November (video)

Android smartphones users that like the 3D visual effect of the Apple iOS 7 Parallax Effect, will be pleased to learn that the Parallax Effect can be …

Bradley Manning trial to be recreated in comic-book form

A comic of the Bradley Manning trial, produced live from the courtroom, is being created by artist and WikiLeaks activist Clark Stoeckley and will be …

Patentstreit: Samsung erwirkt Importverbot für ältere iPhones

Der Patentstreit zwischen Samsung und Apple geht weiter. Samsung hat es geschafft, ein Importverbot für das iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3, iPad 3G …

Wall Street Hates Facebook. No One Knows Why

Some clever spinmeister seems to have orchestrated a coup for Facebook last week: The company’s stock hit a six month low, but the headlines were all …

Google Maps 2013 Review | Trusted Reviews

<i>This article was originally published in June 2013 during the beta period of the new Google Maps, which is now available for everyone to use.</i><p>The maps …

ASUS Zenbook Infinity With Gorilla Glass 3 Case Officially Unveiled

ASUS has unveiled their new ASUS Zenbook Infinity in full after it was leaked ahead of the Computex 2013 exhibition which is currently open, and …

ASUS launches dual-band router with combined 1900Mbit/s speeds

Some of ASUS' big Computex 2013 launches today involved the latest 802.11ac WiFi flavor, and since you'll need to feed them with a router packing the same tech, ASUS has also announced one of those: the RT-AC68U. The company claims it's the first dual-band 802.11ac router with AC1900 data rates up …

Researchers Hack iPhone With Modified Charger In Less Than A Minute

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have released details of a hack they can preform on an iPhone using a modified charging unit, …

WWDC app lets iOS developers not attending follow along at home

Advertisement<p>2 Comments<p>With just a week to go before its annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off in San Francisco, Apple has released an iOS …

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What's in your bag, Jacob Kastrenakes?

<i>What’s in your bag? is a recurring feature where we ask people to tell us a bit more about their everyday gadgets by opening their bags and hearts to us. Show us your bag in this forum post. This week, we’re featuring Jacob Kastrenakes.</i><p>Not carrying three phones, lenses, and battery packs may put me …

Twitter turns geotagged tweets into art

The data created from tagging tweets with their location can be used in a number of interesting ways, and Twitter's Visual Insights team has recently used that information to create some terrific visualizations of cities across the globe. Every single dot on the map represents a tweet, and …

Before the MacBook, there was the 'WalkMac'

<i>CNET</i>'s David Carnoy has detailed a little-known part of Apple's past, the WalkMac, after his brother-in-law rediscovered a forgotten model in his basement. Officially sanctioned by Apple and launched in 1987, the system was built by Colby Systems and was the first portable computer to run Apple …