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Why Is There No Footage of Nikola Tesla Online?

The internet's Nikola Tesla obsession is in full force. There's Tesla fanfic, endless blog posts rediscovering the great inventor, and of course, …

Japan keeps ignoring World War II surrender terms, builds carrier

Japan just unleashed one of its largest warships ever. Dubbed Izumo, it's a flat top destroyer that Japan says isn't an aircraft carrier. But look at …

iOS 7 Beta 5 Changes: A Visual Walkthrough

As we march towards the release of iOS 7 this fall, Apple has released the fifth beta of its mobile OS. Here's what we've noticed so far about …

Airsleep for iOS: Drown Out Airplane Noise and Get Some Shut-Eye

What's everyone's favorite thing to do on a plane? Sleep, of course. Coincidentally, it's also one of the hardest thing to do. Airsleep aims to fix …

An 83,000-Processor Supercomputer Can Only Match 1% of Your Brain

You've undoubtedly heard over and over again about what an absurdly complex entity the human brain is. But a new breakthrough by Japanese and German …

Startup's 'RRAM' Tech Promises 1TB Memory for Mobile Devices

Emerging from stealth mode, Crossbar serves up a new memory tech which it says can outperform NAND Flash by orders of magnitude on "an IC smaller …

Infographic: Apple's Manufacturing Pipeline, Explained

Apple and other U.S. tech giants have "reshored" some product assembly to the States, but the advantages of utilizing China-based contract …

Get ready for the sun to flip its magnetic field

We're hitting the peak of the solar cycle and the sun will be pulling off quite the gymnastics move to mark the occasion. According to NASA, a flip of the sun's magnetic field is only a few months away. It's dramatic, but it's also normal behavior.<p>"The sun's polar magnetic fields weaken, go to …