Luke Watson

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Is Google Glass going to give birth to a new billion-dollar industry?

As we mentioned in a previous report, Google Glass is now well on its way to changing your world. And it will arrive sooner or later, whether you are ready for it or not. But just how big of an impact will it have on the world of technology, and the wearable tech industry in general?<p>A 2012 report …

RadarPlays - Dust 514

It feels almost like Dust 514, CCP Games' free-to-play shooter, has been in beta forever. But now that it's been officially released, Ryan, Greg, and …

Huge Boost In U.S. Oil Output Set To Transform Global Market

U.S. oil production is rising sharply and increased output from shale will be a "game changer" in global energy markets in the coming years, according to a new report out Tuesday by the International Energy Agency.<p>"U.S. shale oil will help meet most of the world's new oil needs in the next five …

Road Crew In Belize Destroys Ancient Pyramid

A construction crew in search of gravel to use as road filler used its backhoes to level one of Belize's largest Mayan pyramids.<p>"It's a feeling of incredible disbelief because of the ignorance and the insensitivity ... they were using this for road fill," Jaime Awe, the head of the Belize Institute …

'The World at Night' can be brightly beautiful – but there's a dark side, too

Are the images featured in The World at Night's annual "Earth and Sky" photography contest meant to celebrate the wonders of the night sky, or draw attention to the worries about the night sky? They're meant to do both, says astrophotographer Babak Tafreshi.<p>For example, consider "Stars Over …

U.S. sees China launch as test of anti-satellite muscle: source | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government believes a Chinese missile launch this week was the first test of a new interceptor that could be used to destroy a satellite in orbit, one U.S. defense official told Reuters on Wednesday.<p>Visitors tour the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in southwest …