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A new design in artificial diamonds stores and releases quantum information better than others.<p>Growth Curve<p>By Laura Sanders<p><i>1 day</i> ago<p>Science Ticker<p>By …

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Here’s What Google’s LEGO-Style Phone, Project Ara, Looks Like Right Now

It’s been a few weeks since we’ve heard much about Project Ara, Google’s effort to build a phone out of components that can be swapped out, piece-by-piece.<p>Google showed off the device a bit back at I/O and, alas, things got a bit crashy during the presentation.<p>In a new video released today, the …

Encuentran miles de nuevos objetos bajo la pirámide de Teotihuacán

Después de once años de excavación, arqueólogos mexicanos han alcanzado el final del túnel de 120 metros de longitud que se encuentra a 18 metros …

Give Us a Few Flips, And We’ll Give You the World…in The Daily Edition

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Cuando a nuestro cerebro le falla algo

Quizás la enfermedad mental más rara de la que he sabido se llama síndrome de Cotard, <b>síndrome del zombi</b>, delirio de negación o alucinación nihilista. …

Even With The Novel Sprout, HP Just Can’t Win

By all accounts HP announced something truly innovative today. The Sprout by HP is a mind-blowing mash-up of desktop computer, 3D scanner and touchscreen. It effectively pushes the desktop medium forward more so than anything produced in recent memory.<p>But the Sprout is from HP.<p>Imagine if Apple had …

¿Cómo se construyen las ruedas más rápidas del mundo?

<b>Para viajar a 1.600 km/h hay que usar ruedas especiales.</b><p>El conductor Andy Green le mostró a la BBC una magnífica obra de ingeniería que aspira a batir otro récord en velocidad.<p>El desierto Hakskeen Pan en Sudáfrica es tal vez el tramo de tierra más inhóspito del planeta. Hasta donde alcanza la vista …