Kent Hugo Gemiartha

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Mataerial: the anti

This is almost too cool, too beautiful for words. It’s not 3D printing in the traditional sense, but if we can call the handheld extruder (the …

Why the Government Hates Google Glass

Google Glass is one of the hottest gadgets on the planet right now, but not everyone's a fan. In fact, there are many people worried about privacy.<p>In …

LG's 5-inch 'unbreakable' bendy plastic phone screen on show

LG has long been our go-to gadget maker for bonkers phones, with its see-through phones, ultra-wide phones, slo-mo phones and even an …

Gear & Gadgets

Xbox 720 prototype secrets leak: TV, DVR, streaming, AR and more

An Xbox TV, a console piggy-backing on your cable box, DVR functionality, streaming gaming, and augmented reality have all been topics of Microsoft …

The man who 'nearly broke the internet'

The day Sven Olaf Kamphuis parked his huge orange Mercedes van with its German numberplates outside Bar Javis, in the Catalan town of Granollers, the …

Exotic Chemistry: World's Oldest Water and The Rarest Element

Space guns, boreholes, and biodomes: the lost dreams of 20th century science

The 20th century, in particular the latter half, played host to some of the most ambitious scientific projects in history. <i>Atlas Obscura</i>'s feature <i>Ruins Of Super Science</i> takes a look at some forgotten gems, many of which are in a state of disrepair. There's the Kola Superdeep Borehole, a Russian …

Look inside space by Rob Lloyd Jones | Book Review

Do you like flaps in your books? Even though I am an adult, I really like books with flaps. So knowing that, it's almost a foregone conclusion that …

First crane egg in 400 years laid at Slimbridge

<b>The first crane egg in southern Britain in more than 400 years has been laid by a nesting bird.</b><p>The Great Crane Project has been rearing cranes and reintroducing them to the West Country since 2010.<p>The egg, the first from cranes released by the project, is under round-the-clock guard at the Wildfowl …