Weird Science / Updated Aug. 27, 2014 / 7:56 PM GMT / Source: Live Science The first witnesses to an enduring natural mystery are an engineer, a biologist and a planetary scientist who met thanks to a
BGR writer Tero Kuittinen calls it Last Blockbuster Syndrome: Often at the start of a massive trend shift in consumer electronics, dominant dinosaurs get one massive hit built on a nearly obsolete paradigm,
One other notable genus of mosquitoes areAnopheles mosquitoes. They are the ones responsible for transmitting malaria. In the U.S., that mostly means A. quadrimaculatus, which lives in the central and
Among insects, the praying mantis is believed to be the only one that sees in three dimensions, with depth, as humans do. And that gave scientists at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom an idea.
Far from inanimate objects, corals are made of creatures in the same phylum as jellyfish. What appears to be a singular structure is actually formed of hundreds or thousands of individual animals named
Bitcoin, the virtual currency that approximates cash on the internet, has been around for five years now, and its popularity has soared. But although its reach has spread beyond the initial circle of technical,
"Vibraimage - system that can do anything in human detection!" The Sochi Winter Olympics are a major international event, costing billions of dollars to put on and showcasing the finest athletes from nations.
Smart home lighting is a growing field, with entrants including Philips and LIFX, but one other new contender has a different approach that might appeal more to some. The Brightup system consists of plug
Storage record leaps from two seconds to thirty-nine minutes Researchers have broken through a major barrier on the road to building powerful quantum computers. Current quantum computers struggle to store
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In the seven years since the introduction of the PlayStation 3, we've seen our gaming consoles transform into living-room hubs through constant evolution and software updates. Those updates weren't always
For that crispy, crunchy audio In 1921, two scientists made the first modern loudspeaker out of magnets, wire, and paper. Now manufacturers use synthetic fibers and even ferrofluid. Why stop there? Your