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Inside Apple's 'Secret' iPhone 8 Production in Israel

At least some of Apple’s efforts at building a new iPhone could be happening outside of Cupertino, according to a new report.<p>Apple is using an office …

Mobile Technology

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Could you stomach Huel, the food of the future?

It’s called Huel, a ‘human fuel’ designed to replace nature’s version in a hi-tech, fuss-free, nutritionally balanced powder form. We tried it out…<p>I have a friend around for lunch when I mix my first batch of Huel. I have laid out gözleme – Turkish flatbreads stuffed with spinach and feta – made …

Nutrition

Scientists Have Invented a Mind-Reading Machine That Visualises Your Thoughts

"We can take someone’s memory... and pull it out from their brains."<p>If you think your mind is the only safe place left for all your secrets, think …

The Brain

3tags.org

Watch the intense movie-style trailer for NASA's Jupiter mission

The Juno mission boldly goes where no spacecraft has gone before and a dramatic trailer highlights the danger of the journey.<p>NASA's Juno spacecraft launched back in 2011 for a Star Trek-style five-year mission to Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system. Jupiter may also be the roughest, …

Astronomy
India

The UN's Weather Agency Warns of 'Fundamental Change' in Climate

Pointing to data released on Monday that May was the hottest on record, the UN weather agency warned of “fundamental change” unfolding in the global …

Global Warming

New, Innovative, Eco-Friendly Air Conditioning Systems Coming Our Way

With a big concentration in the last few years on the world becoming a more ‘greener’ place to live, no stone is being unturned in the search for …

Why Isis fights

Jihadi fighters in Iraq and Syria reveal the apocalyptic motivations of the militant movement that has hijacked the Syrian uprising – and transformed the Middle East<p>اقرأ التقرير باللغة العربية<p>For more than a century, Dabiq was one of northern Syria’s forsaken villages, a speck on a vast …

Middle East

Honda rolls out fuel cell in Japan, to lease 200 first year

TOKYO (AP) — Honda has rolled out a new fuel cell vehicle, the first of its kind to be a five-seater. The zero-emissions Clarity may not sell in big numbers, however, given its price tag of 7.66 million yen ($67,000).<p>Honda Motor Co. said Thursday that its Japan sales target for the first year is …

Alternative Fuel

GE uses CO2 to solve solar energy's biggest drawback

Solving the drawback of energy generated from the sun being hard to store, GE researchers harness the power of CO2.<p>Renewable energy is the way …

iPhone: What the ‘i' in Apple’s handset name stands for

It’s perhaps one of the most important letters in the world — but nobody’s entirely sure what it means.<p>The i at the start of iPhone is one of its …

Steve Jobs

iPhone 7 review: Why the new iPhone is not worth buying

The iPhone 7 is here at last but the reaction is lukewarm at best.<p>Writing in The Verge, Nilay Patel is at first enthusiastic, but says the device is …

Mobile Technology

The oil industry is using solar power in an ironic new way

<i>This post has been updated.</i><p>There’s a huge project taking shape in the deserts of Oman. It will extract crude oil from the ground by pumping vast quantities of steam into it. To produce the steam, water will be brought to a boil using as much as a gigawatt of energy. The source of that energy: the …

Oil & Gas Industry

How Good Is JavaScript for Building a Large Scale Web Application?

According to the most recent statistics posted on w3techs.com, more than 89% of websites currently use <b>JavaScript</b> as a client-side <b>programming …

Washington's Hanford Observatory Proves Einstein Right: Gravitational Waves Exist!

Several years ago, Charles Mudede visited Hanford, Washington and reported back: "This has to be one of the <b>strangest places on earth.</b> The number of …

Gravitational waves

Special<p>Special home<br>• Key reads<br>• Latest news<br>• In depth<br>• Research & Review<p>Einstein published the first papers predicting the existence of gravitational waves — …

Physics

What are gravitational waves? A 90-second explainer

Gravitational waves are getting an awful lot of news coverage of late, but what are they? This explainer video tells all.<p>Apparently we’re in “a new …

Physics
Physics

Scientists discover electrons moving like honey in graphene

Electrons which act like slow-pouring honey have been observed for the first time in graphene, prompting a new approach to fundamental physics.

Graphene

Physicists Are Freaking Out About Gravitational Waves and You Should Too

After five months of keeping their stupendous discovery under wraps, physicists at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) are …

Meet the Indian scientists behind gravitational waves discovery

Sixty Indian scientists from across nine Indian institutes are involved in the experiment that led to the discovery of the gravitational wave as …

Machine Learning
LIGO

This is the most profound explanation I've heard of what it means to detect gravitational waves

Albert Einstein predicted their existence 100 years ago but never believed we'd actually detect the waves. So right now if you hang around physicists, who can't contain their excitement, you're bound to hear some profound scientific poetry.<p>One scientist from the Laser Interferometer …

Gravitational Waves

Even after tweaking your settings, Windows 10 is still a privacy nightmare

After Windows 10 was offered up as a free upgrade to any user currently using a legal version of Windows, reports started to roll in that Microsoft’s generosity was actually a thinly-veiled excuse to track users and collect data with its most invasive operating system yet.<p>It’s not believed that …

Privacy

We've finally found gravitational waves, so can we time travel?

Physicists working with a powerful observatory on Earth announced Thursday that they have finally detected ripples in space and time created by two …

How to survive a global disaster: a handy guide

Whether it’s a natural disaster, bioterrorist attack or pandemic, experts reckon society as we know it will collapse within 13 days of a catastrophic event. So what do you do next?<p>On 22 June, 2001, Tara O’Toole and Thomas Inglesby of the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies, …

EnergySolutions

The Tantalizing Quest For Gravity Waves

From the April 1981 issue of Popular Science: "When scientists finally detect a form of energy they have never seen, they will open a new era in astronomy."<p><i>Today, February 11, 2016, LIGO scientists announced they had detected gravitational waves in September 2015—the first direct evidence of the</i> …

Physics

Einstein predicted gravitational waves 100 years ago. Here’s what it took to prove him right.

The “chirp” is bright and bird-like, its pitch rising at the end as though it’s asking a question. To an untrained ear, it resembles a sound effect from a video game more than the faint, billion-year-old echo of the collision of two black holes.<p>But to the trained ear of experimental physicist, it …

Physics