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Virgin Galactic space flights delayed again

Richard Branson, Virgin’s owner, told David Letterman this week that he hopes to board the first flight early next year. The last timeline being worked on by the company predicted that the first flight would launch from New Mexico's Spaceport America by the end of 2014.<p>Virgin Galactic signed a deal …

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The last supermoon – in pictures

This full moon marks the third in a trilogy of supermoons this summer. July and August’s full moons both fell during the moon’s perigee – when it was at the closest point in its orbit to Earth. It is also a harvest moon, which rises around the same time that the sun sets, giving the moon a …

Microsoft announces 12-inch Surface Pro 3, wants to replace your iPad & MacBook

Today during Microsoft’s Surface event in New York City, the company just unveiled its new 12-inch, Core i7 Surface Pro 3 tablet and it spent much of its presentation comparing it to the iPad and MacBook Air. Microsoft is pitching the 9.1mm thick tablet– the thinnest Intel Core product ever made– …

Project Persphone: British Scientists Building 'Living Space Ark' To Save Humanity

British scientists are working on a space ark capable of sustaining humanity in the event of a global catastrophe.<p>Even though none of them will ever …

You won't need roads with this $85,000 hoverbike

With Hyperloop still a twinkle in Elon Musk's eye, we've got to look elsewhere for our futuristic transport. Thankfully, Aerofex has stepped up with its Aero-X, a hoverbike that is finally scheduled to launch in 2017. Two users can ride this motorbike-like vehicle, where the wheels have been …

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Hoverboards Are Now Real

The Hoverboard from Back to the Future Part II has to be one of the most sort-after pieces of non-existent technology ever desired by the …

A Look At Lumus, The Amazing Lens Technology That Is Going To Change Wearables

You may not know the name Lumus now, but expect to be hearing a lot from them in the future. When we first met the Lumus rep Ari Grobman two years ago he showed us some amazing technology. It was basically an augmented reality display embedded into a standard lens that could fit into a standard …

Geneva Motor Show: Passengers' view of driverless cars

<b>Autonomous cars, robotic cars, drone cars - call them what you will, but the self-driving car is coming to a showroom near you.</b><p>It might take a couple of years - it might take a couple of decades - but few people at the Geneva Motor Show would disagree that one day science fantasy will become …

Driverless Cars

Watch out Kinect, AllSee does gesture control without a camera

What if you could turn the music down on your phone by just waving your hand? That's the idea behind AllSee, a new gadget under development by computer scientists at the University of Washington. Built by the same guys who created the gesture-recognition in the Galaxy Nexus, the tiny sensor works …

Daily Roundup: FIFA 2014 World Cup Brazil, concept car with a drone companion and more!

<i>You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on</i> …

Watch this 18-rotor electric helicopter take its maiden voyage (video)

If you've ever wondered what would happen if someone made one of Parrot's AR.Drones big enough to sit in, then heads-up, E-Volo's Volocopter VC200 is, broadly speaking, just that. The craft, which the company hopes you won't call a helicopter, packs 18 electrically driven rotors on a circular …

Samsung Gear Glass Patent Revealed (Rumor)

Earlier in the month we heard that Samsung were looking to take on Google and their Google Glass with their own device which is rumored to be called …

Samsung files patent for potential Google Glass rival

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit: Korea Intellectual Property Rights Information Service<p>Samsung may not have hit it out of the park with the Galaxy Gear …

Tesla coils to be used as a giant vacuum cleaner for smog in the air - Pocket-lint

Until now the most impressive vacuum cleaning feats have come from Blighty shores with the name Dyson stamped on them. Now a Dutch scientist has …

Pure Jongo wireless speaker system now available in US with Pure Connect music service - Pocket-lint

Pure's Jongo Bluetooth-enabled and wireless speaker system has launched in the US alongside the Pure Connect on-demand music service.<p>Pure Connect …

Android 4.4 KitKat tipped to have big TV focus to usher in 'Android TV' - Pocket-lint

The next version of Android, dubbed KitKat, will have a focus on television with increased compatibility alongside smartphones, reports ETnews. A …

Android 4.2 starts rolling out to LG Google TVs

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>Owners of LG’s Google (S GOOG) TVs are finally getting their Jelly bean update: LG started updating its Google TV devices with …

'3D printed gun' discovered by police

Police have foiled what they believe is the first attempt in Britain to manufacture guns using a 3D printer.<p>Officers uncovered components including a trigger mechanism and a magazine capable of holding bullets during a raid on a property in Manchester.<p>The makeshift weapon was found alongside a …

Incredible Underwater Park in Austria

Grner See (Green Lake) is a lake in Styria, Austria known for its shimmering, emerald-green hue and its fluctuating depth throughout the year, at times leaving a park completely submerged in it. Being that the water for the lake is provided mainly by runoff from the surrounding karst mountains, it …

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Gene Machine

A pipe that copies DNA using the heat of a lightbulb.<p>Biology's equivalent of an office copier is a PCR machine. PCR, short for polymerase chain reaction, is now a staple in crime-scene forensics, heredity tests, and organism hijacking. It's a mind-boggling feat. Among billions of base pairs that …

iPad Air vs. iPad mini with retina display: Which tablet should you buy?

Advertisement<p>31 Comments<p>Credit: Apple<p>Apple(s aapl) just announced two new iPads – the full-size, ultra lightweight iPad Air, and the …

A history of experimental planes and flying machines from the 1950s - Telegraph

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Modern Eco-Friendly Homes Set Amongst the Trees

<i>Primeval Symbiosis (Single Pole House)</i> is an architectural design project by architecture student and interior designer Konrad Wjcik that seeks to organically install living spaces in forests without disrupting the innate beauty of nature. Wjcik's detailed presentation lays out the many benefits of …

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Nexus 5 images leaked on Google Play

Images of Google's rumoured Nexus 5 smartphone have appeared on the official Play store in the United States with a price tag of $349 (£215).<p>The listing was quickly removed, but a screen shot captured by Android Police hints at how Google's new mobile operating system Android KitKat will look.<p>In …

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The World's Spookiest Weapons

Cyborg animals, psychotropics and flying lasers are just some of the terrifying weapons government labs have cooked up over the years<p>Atom bombs are just the beginning. In the last half-century, the greatest military minds on Earth have developed an arsenal of weapons to make mutually assured …

After 33 Years, Team Wins Human-Powered Flight Contest

The winners of the Igor I. Sikorsky Human Powered Helicopter Competition will take home $250,000 and some serious bragging rights.<p>Even though scientists have dreamed of human-powered flight since the days of Da Vinci, it's really, really hard to pull off. Case in point: In 1980, the Igor I. …