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Crucial's new Ballistix Elite DDR4 modules. They're absolute monsters! Also among the first modules to have integrated hardware monitoring....whaaa? http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/68664-crucial-ballistix-elite-ddr4-2666-16gb-memory-kit-review.html

Cristiano Ronaldo Named Greatest Premier League Player in PA Sport Survey

Cristiano Ronaldo has beaten the likes of Thierry Henry and Ryan Giggs to be named the Premier League's greatest player in a survey carried out by PA Sport.<p>The former Manchester United star, who captured every trophy worth winning during his six-year tenure at Old Trafford, received 177 of 747 …

How 4D Modelling Is Transforming Energy Exploration

The tectonic plates beneath the Earth’s surface are moving at about the same pace that your fingernails grow. Whilst that might not sound like much, it adds up; in the history of the Earth, North America and Europe have drifted over 3,000 miles apart. Understanding these shifting forces is …

German artist Dirk Loechel just completed a geektastic project that he began working on over a year ago. Behold the awesome and exhaustively-detailed glory that is Loechel’s Size Comparison chart of Science Fiction Spaceships. The full-size chart measures 4,268 x 5,690 pixels and contains so many ships that, every time we start looking for a specific vehicle, we get distracted by countless others. Most of the ships are grouped by franchise. He also included the ISS at the top (in a yellow box to the right of the title) to help provide a sense of real-life scale. And before anyone gets upset about the absence of enormous spacecraft such as the Death Star or Halo’s CSO-class supercarrier and small ships like TIE fighters or X-wings, please note that, for reasons of image quality and organization, the chart only includes ships measuring between 100 and 25,000 meters long. Loechel also has an excellent explanation for why there’s no TARDIS on the chart either, saying that it’s both too large AND too small to be included. We rather like that. Click here to view the chart in all its full-size glory. The chart is not being offered for sale. Instead Loechel encourages fellow sci-fi enthusiasts to simply go ahead and print out a poster-size version for themselves. [via Nerd Approved and The Mary Sue]

German artist Dirk Loechel just completed a geektastic project that he began working on over a year ago. Behold the awesome and exhaustively-detailed …

10 Things In Tech You Need To Know Today

<b>1. Microsoft announced a bunch of new things yesterday.</b> The event at its Redmond HQ saw the company announce Windows 10, Microsoft HoloLens and updated Windows Phone software.<p><b>2. Google is planning on becoming a wireless carrier.</b> It wants to sell mobile phone packages directly to customers.<p><b>3. Uber</b> …

Why China Has Become So Big In Africa

China has become by far Africa's biggest trading partner, exchanging about $160 billion-worth of goods a year; more than 1 million Chinese, most of them labourers and traders, have moved to the continent in the past decade. The mutual adoration between governments continues, with ever more African …