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Diamond Nanothreads Could Support Space Elevator

Diamonds in the sky might recall a popular Beatles song, but researcher from Penn State University think that's exactly where these diamonds …

Chemistry

19 Photos of Paris Proving There Is No Bad Angle in the 'City of Light'

There's a lot to see in Paris, and every single sight is photo-worthy.<p>If you weren't already craving a Parisian getaway, that's all about to change. …

Google's Project Ara could go on sale next year for $50

Google's Project Ara modular smartphones could arrive early next year for as low as $50, reports <i>Time</i>. The company's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group — which is developing the project to make smartphones composed of small, swappable pieces of hardware — reportedly plans to finish a …

Lamborghini's $5.3 million topless Veneno

Unveiled just this past March the 750 hp, AWD carbon fiber supercar was met with much acclaim, and criticism, both for its outlandish design (even …

Hubble Eyes a Flock of Stars -- The glittering specks in this image that resemble a distant flock of flying birds are the stars that make up the dwarf galaxy ESO 540-31. Captured in this new image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, the dwarf galaxy lies just over 11 million light-years from Earth, in the constellation of Cetus (The Whale). The background of this image is full of many other galaxies, all located at vast distances from us. Dwarf galaxies are among the smaller and dimmer members of the galactic family, typically only containing around a few hundred million stars. Although this sounds like a large number, it is small when compared to spiral galaxies like our Milky Way, which are made up of hundreds of billions of stars. Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Luca Limatola #nasagoddard #hst #hubble #galaxy #earth #space

Microsoft creates white Xbox One for employees

Microsoft is building a white Xbox One, but it's for employees only. A Reddit poster has revealed that Microsoft plans to gift the special edition white Xbox One to employees who have worked on the next-generation console. Employees working in Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business, the …

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Galaxy Gear specs and features explained by new reports

<i>Galaxy Gear concept</i><p>A couple of new reports offer more unconfirmed details on Samsung’s first Android-based smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear, that’s expected to be unveiled during a special media event on September 4 right alongside the Galaxy Note 3.<p><i>GigaOm</i> has apparently managed to uncover specs and …

Extreme close-up shows you how a mosquito really bites your flesh and sucks your blood

Look at that proboscis go!<p>Usually, being bitten by a mosquito is an event that conjures up swear words and frantic itching, but more advanced souls might turn their thoughts to what exactly happens when the insect manages to get under your skin. Thanks to a video shot by researchers at the Pasteur …

Four-Wheeled Future: Volkswagen Builds the World’s Most Fuel-Efficient Car, but You Can’t Buy It

The VW XL1 is a paragon of petroleate parsimony, wringing from a gallon of gas a travel distance of 261 miles. Just to put that in perspective, that means that this two-seat, limited-production, diesel/electric-hybrid automobile can go <i>three times</i> as far on four quarts of compressed dinosaur juice …

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Astronomers Find Ancient Star 'Methuselah' Which Appears To Be Older Than The Universe

Scientists have discovered an "impossible" star which appears to be older than the universe.<p>The mysterious star Methuselah appears to be between 14 …

Leaked Photos of Sony's Lens Cameras That Piggyback on Your Smartphone

As far as the cameras built into smartphones have come, they still can't quite compete with a dedicated shooter in terms of image quality and …

Cameras

Spectacular landscapes in HQ

Earth is a spectacularly beautiful, diverse place: filled to the brim with millions of species of plants and animals, mindblowing features that seem …

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What If Your Smartphone Could Bend Into a Smart Watch?

As technology advances, the list of gadgets we own grows longer: laptops, music players, smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and Google Glass — it's …

60 Billion Planets Could Host Alien Life in Milky Way: Study

60 billion planets could host alien life or could be located within a star’s habitable zone within the Milky Way galaxy alone, a study said this week.<p>…

Smart UK hotel room will let you check in, control temperature, and order meals from your phone

The UK's biggest hotel chain is set to open a new line of budget city hotels that provide app-based check-ins and improved connectivity for people who pride location and design over space. Whitbread will open its first Premier Inn 'hub' in Covent Garden, London in the fall of 2014, compacting a …

Pebble smartwatch makes retail debut, now shipping from Best Buy

The Pebble smartwatch's claim to fame is its record-breaking Kickstarter campaign — 85,000 units sold and over $10 million collected — but the device is also known for being incredibly difficult to purchase thanks to months-long pre-order lists and missed ship dates. That's about to change, …

"Khotso" Peace at Devil's Knuckles

Island Getaways

See photos of top island getaways (including Bali, Maui, Lord Howe Island, and more) in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

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Can an Airplane Door Open in Midflight?

Two incidents raise questions about airplane doors—and ejecting from a plane.<p><b>Passengers reportedly subdued a 23-year-old man who had tried to open an emergency exit on an Alaska Airlines flight from Anchorage, Alaska, to Portland, Oregon, on Sunday. Could he have succeeded?</b><p>We asked Doug Moss, a …

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