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Turn A Heart On And Off With The Flick Of A Switch

Stanford scientists are working on a light-controlled pacemaker.<p>A heartbeat is really a pretty magical thing. Every time that beautiful little hunk of muscle in your chest wants to send blood rushing around your body, it requires an electrical signal generated by your body to tell it to do so. This …

Science Fair Tips For Middle School Students

Can't wait for the Intel ISEF or Google Science Fair? Here's how to find and succeed in national science fairs before you even get to high school.<p>Why let the high school guys and girls have have all the fun?<p>Last month, <i>Popular Science</i> published tips for winning two of the world's most prestigious …

Middle School

AppleCare+ to cover international iPhone replacements, starting September 27th

A welcome bit of news for globe trotters, as Apple is widening the safety net of AppleCare+ to include hardware repair or replacement while abroad. According to a leaked support document obtained by Sonny Dickinson, replacement coverage for the iPhone will become effective on September 27th. …

Samsung will announce a curved smartphone next month, but it won't be 'completely flexible'

In the midst of Samsung's global launch for its Note 3, the company is already thinking about its next big reveal. This time around, it'll involve a curved display. The unnamed device could appear in Korea next month, according to <i>Reuters</i>, although <i>Yonhap News</i> (through the wonders of Google …

Make-It-Yourself: The rise of the micro-manufacturers

<b>The next industrial revolution is under way - make-it-yourself.</b><p>Special Report: The Technology of BusinessCould high-end camping gear save lives around the world?Could renting Fido make you rich?The maps transforming how we interact with the worldIs 'mind control' now a reality?Solar boat in quest …

Manufacturing

Digital Indians: How Ruchi Sanghvi engineered her rise

<b>When Ruchi Sanghvi arrived at the Facebook office in California for a job interview in 2005, she found a menu card outside saying: "Looking for engineers."</b><p>The start-up was located above a Chinese restaurant in downtown Palo Alto. It was a modest-looking place filled with gawky engineers, black …

Silicon Valley

11 Terrifying Childcare Inventions From The Early 20th Century

Enjoy the motorized hanging cradle, the baby gas mask, the UV-ray baby branding prod, and more "infant-friendly" gadgets from the Popular Science archives.<p>Updated:<p>There are certain areas of expertise that came naturally to us over the years: cars, space, aviation, and computers, to name a few. …

How Nicolas Fontaine Is Saving The Internet From Itself

Fontaine, an optical engineer at Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, has devised a clever way to avoid a data bottleneck.<p><i>Each year,</i> Popular Science_ seeks out the brightest young scientists and engineers and names them the Brilliant Ten. Like the 110 honorees before them, the members of this year's class …

Beautiful And Bizarre Translucent Snail Discovered In Croatia

Hi, new friend. You are pretty.<p>Deep in one of the deepest caves in the world, a cave that reaches more than 4,500 feet below ground, scientists made a startling discovery: a new species of snail with a near-transparent shell.<p><i>Zospeum tholussum</i>, an air-breathing land snail, is a brand-new entry in …

The Week In Numbers: Sad News For Life On Mars, Earth's Smallest Car, And More

<b>1.3 parts per billion</b>: the maximum concentration of methane in the Martian atmosphere, according to a new analysis from the rover Curiosity (sadly, this means the red planet is probably not home to living organisms)<p><b>260 million</b>: the number of surfaces in this astounding room designed by computer …

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iOS 7: how to disable the most annoying new features

Apple’s new iOS 7 for iPhone and iPad is the biggest redesign of the mobile operating system since iPhone was first introduced.<p><b>• Apple iPhone's history in pictures</b><p><b>• How to successfully install iOS 7</b><p>The new operating software has unlocked some exciting new features, but it seems change is not always …

Stick your mobile to any glass, without glue, using a £15 goo.ey cover - Pocket-lint

Goo.ey is a brand news class of cover for your phone or tablet that will stick it to any smooth surface without sticky glue. Is it magic or …

Galaxy Note

A Device That Converts Sunlight Into Hydrogen Fuel

Canned sunshine!<p><i>Editor's Note Although batteries are great for some things, they aren't quite up to storing large-scale solar power for later use. That's why many people are trying to make fuel from light instead.</i><p>"The idea is to take the energy in light and store it as a fuel we can use later. So …

The tech that built an empire: how Rockstar created the world of GTA 5

If architects are the unsung heroes of the modern world, spare an extra special thought for Aaron Garbut. Since Grand Theft Auto 3, Rockstar North's …

WIN! A 46-inch HD Samsung 3D Smart TV

TechRadar has teamed up with Barclaycard bespoke offers to bring you the chance to win a 46-inch full HD Samsung UE46F6740 3D Smart TV, with Freeview …

TV shows

The one-box solution for all your office IT needs

Comprehensive doesn't need to be complicated. Dell's PowerEdge VRTX, powered by Intel Xeon processors, is the innovative one-box IT solution for …

Business Technology

GTA 5 review: a dazzling but monstrous parody of modern life

There has been a particular theory going round for the last year or so, that "box set" TV has replaced movies as the preferred form of mass, culturally meaningful entertainment. It is the likes of Breaking Bad, The Wire and Homeland that are telling us about modern life now, rather than Hollywood's …

GTA 5 review

As Rockstar release a 'next generation' version of Grand Theft Auto V, we present our original review. Tom Hoggins explores a nihilistic, scintillating and technically astonishing video game.<p><i>Editor's note, 18 November 2014: The 'next-generation' version of Grand Theft Auto V released today on Xbox</i> …

Alienware 14 and 17 review: Dell's new gaming laptops are fast, powerful and well-lit

Picking a gaming laptop is a difficult task these days: machines can be found in all shapes and sizes, from pricey thin-and-lights to oversized behemoths. That wide selection is a good thing, allowing buyers to pick and choose the best machine from dozens of manufacturers, possibly even finding a …

Iron Man 3: the technology behind Tony Stark's suit

When it comes to both fashion and firepower, it's fair to say that Tony Stark is Marvel Universe's ultimate suited and booted Super Hero. And with Marvel’s Iron Man 3, his weaponised wardrobe gets an upgrade that's guaranteed to blow his enemies - and audiences - away.<p>From Iron Man through to Iron …

How to keep a small business IT infrastructure simple

Many small businesses initially build an IT infrastructure that is easy to manage, easy to understand and highly efficient. However, left unchecked …

Networking

Galileo's drawings show motion of sunspots

Microsoft’s Now-Deleted Anti-iPhone Commercial Is The Funniest Thing From Redmond Since Windows RT

It’s Friday, kids, so calm down and have a laugh. Do this: Stop caring about Apple and Microsoft and Google and the phone in your pocket and the platform of your dreams and all that. Instead, giggle at the following video clip in which Microsoft takes on Apple in a way that I honestly did not see …

Best Buy will trade you a free iPhone 5 for your old smartphone

Don’t know what to do with your old Palm Pre? If you were thinking about getting an iPhone(s aapl) you can bring it to Best Buy(s bby) this weekend, …

How does an internet name become an internet address?

ONE of the lesser-known milestones being celebrated this year is the 30th anniversary of the internet's domain-name system (DNS). Its primary …

Samsung to follow Apple with 64-bit smartphones

Samsung has announced that its next high-end Android smartphones will feature 64-bit processors.<p>The news follows Apple's announcement on Tuesday that its new flagship smartphone, the iPhone 5S, will be the first handset to include 64-bit technology, which it describes as a "desktop-class …

PSA: the Nokia Lumia 1020 arrives in the UK today (updated)

Let's face it -- we can't be sure Nokia's Lumia 1020 is worth the hype until it's taken a thousand shots of Big Ben and Westminster tube station. Fortunately for us, the PureView-toting handset is landing in the UK from today. We've managed to wrangle confirmation that Vodafone, Three and O2 will …

Alienware Aurora Gaming Desktop Now Has Ivy Bridge-E Processors

Today Alienware announced an update to its flagship gaming desktop. The desktop machine can now be configured with the latest Intel Core i7 …

Reeder 2 hits the App Store, brings back iPad compatibility

When Silvio Rizzi pulled down the Reeder app for iPad after Google Reader's death, he swore to develop and eventually release a new version. Now, Rizzi has made good on that promise by launching Reeder 2 -- a reworking of the older RSS reader that's compatible with both iPhones and iPads. The app …