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How to grief your friends with Watch Dogs' free companion app

The ctOS Mobile app for <i>Watch Dogs</i>, Ubisoft's upcoming open world game, will allow you to challenge your friends and try to grief them into failure for free, according to a recent post by communications associate Anne Lewis on Ubisoft's blog.<p>She began her time with the connected app by locating her …

See how Elon Musk is building the 'Iron Man' lab with tech you can buy

The workspace of the future is in Elon Musk’s lab. Using a variety of virtual reality and gesture-sensing tools, Musk has set up a system that allows himself and his engineers to design and manipulate models of rocket parts using just their hands. He's compared it to the <i>Iron Man</i> laboratory, and in …

Plans for 800 mph hyperloop unveiled

A revolutionary high-speed train that would shoot passengers to their destination inside a capsule at 800 miles per hour has been unveiled in California by the technology entrepreneur Elon Musk.<p>Having "pulled an all-nighter" to finesse his plans, Mr Musk declared the Hyperloop could transport …

In regenerative medicine breakthrough, lab-grown human heart tissue beats on its own

Progress in regenerative medicine has been coming fast and furious in recent months: scientists are now using far-out tissue engineering techniques to restore liver function in mice, regrow human muscle, and even implant bioengineered blood vessels into ailing patients. Now, a team at the …

Faster Forward, Together

How Can You Use Digital Marketing To Your Existing Customers? <i>bookmark_border</i> Kevin Layton<p>Marketers love their customers. So much so that they want …

Otherworldly Photos Capture Mysterious Phenomena in Upper Atmosphere | WIRED

In the blink of an eye, an enormous bright red light flashes above a thundercloud, spreading energetic branches that extend five times taller than …

Physics sim makes nuking your town a consequential game

A simulator launched today turns the act of dropping a nuclear bomb anywhere on the globe into a game where you can view some serious simulated consequences.<p>Alex Wellerstein, an Associate Historian specializing in nuclear weapons and nuclear secrecy at the Center for History of Physics at the …

Sabre rocket engine could open up access to space as never before | Stuart Clark

Imagine taking off from a runway as you would in a normal aeroplane but flying so high and so fast that when you unclip your seatbelt, you float …

Gene Machine

A pipe that copies DNA using the heat of a lightbulb.<p>Biology's equivalent of an office copier is a PCR machine. PCR, short for polymerase chain reaction, is now a staple in crime-scene forensics, heredity tests, and organism hijacking. It's a mind-boggling feat. Among billions of base pairs that …

Robotic Skin Lights Up When Touched

Author: Nadia Drake. Nadia Drake Science<p>Date of Publication: 07.22.13.<p>Time of Publication: 6:30 am. 6:30 am<p>Imagine how awesome — or distracting — it …

The 10 Worst Places To Live In The Universe

And you thought 97 degrees F was bad.<p>Recently, we told you about an exoplanet that rains glass. <i>Sideways</i>. Which got us thinking: 1.) we will never complain about the weather here on Earth again and 2.) surely that's got to be the worst place to live in the entire universe. But no! With the help of …

Hot Shot: Five Apps to Help You Shoot Like a Pro

It’s crazy, really, the amount of time and inconvenience we’ll spend trying to get the perfect shot with a cell phone. Moving objects, cropping, …

Casio G-Shock GA100MC Military Cloth Collection

Deviating from its ubiquitous resin band, Casio’s G-Shock line of wristwatches introduces the<p>Deviating from its ubiquitous resin band, Casio’s G-Shock line of wristwatches introduces the GA100MC Military Cloth Collection for the Summer 2013 season. Although the modern day wristwatch was developed …

How to Make a Great First Impression with Your Place | The Art of Manliness

It’s date night. You and a gal have been out a few times and tonight you’ve invited her over your place for the first time for a dinner you’re …

What is talent – and can science spot what we will be best at?

My interest in the science of talent has a personal backstory. By the age of three, I'd had 21 ear infections and after an operation to remove fluid …

Draco, great Dragon of the north

Tonight … if you have a dark sky, make your acquaintance with the constellation Draco the Dragon, starting at nightfall. At mid-northern latitudes, …

Astronomy

Voyager 1 spacecraft's latest find takes the edge off the solar system

The edge of the solar system has no edge, it turns out. It has a fuzzy transitional area, not quite solar system and not quite interstellar …

'Kooky' theory may solve meteorite mystery - Futurity

U. CHICAGO (US) — Scientists are proposing a rather radical explanation for how tiny glass …

Meteorites

Summer May Be Best Time to Make Babies

It almost seems like a mystical correlation. Babies conceived at certain times of the year appear healthier than those conceived during other times. …

Turn Household Objects Into Drones With New DIY Kit

This 3-D printing kit lets you transform any sufficiently light object into a flying quadrotor.<p>Really, why shouldn't keyboards fly? A new suitcase-size kit by Dutch artist Jasper van Loenen lets you attach four rotors to almost any object so that you can fly it like a drone.<p>The kit includes …

Antimatter Particles Detected Erupting From Solar Flares

Some weird stuff up there<p>In the surge of energy of solar flares, physicists have now detected antimatter particles streaming away from the sun.<p>Researchers already knew that the reactions that fuel the sun create antimatter particles called positrons, among other particles. However, this is the …

Flexible 'electronic skin' can help heal, detect touch and temperature

Surgeons could one day restore lost feeling in humans by using artificial skin that's been augmented with flexible sensors, and a new development from researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology may bring that closer to reality. The research team has developed a flexible sensor that …

Gravity-Defying Particles Travel Up A Waterfall

The expected rules of physics are no match for a determined tea leaf.<p>Back in 2008, Sebastian Bianchi, then a physics undergrad at the University of Havana in Cuba, was making tea when he noticed something that seemed to defy the most basic rules of physics: Tea leaves from his cup had floated …

An Awesome Family Is Sending A Real-Life TARDIS To Space

A Doctor Who-themed satellite got funding on Kickstarter, and will get launched into space at the end of the year. (But can it travel through time, too?)<p>The TARDIS, a time- and space-traversing, police-box-shaped ship from the long-running sci-fi TV show <i>Doctor Who</i>, is really heading into orbit.<p>This …

A Beautiful Notion: That Caterpillars Killed Off The Dinosaurs

For the last hundred years, scientists have been wondering why the dinosaurs disappeared so quickly. Was there one key reason, or several?<p>Volcanologists pointed to volcanoes. Climatologists suggested global warming, or possibly, global cooling. Ocean experts thought the oceans receded. Some …

The Weird Way Alcohol Behaves In Space

Quantum tunneling holds a clue for one of the great mysteries of space chemistry.<p>A few years back, scientists discovered a giant cloud of hooch floating around in space. The 288 billion-mile cloud of gaseous methanol, an alcohol present in antifreeze and some moonshine presented a conundrum: How do …

£50bn question: do we want faster trains or limitless clean energy?

In among a raft of new infrastructure spending announced by the UK government in the wake of last week's spending review, it was revealed that the …

Ring-Tailed Cat Mystifies San Antonio Resident

A ring-tailed cat was likely spotted in San Antonio recently, prompting some locals to mistake it for a lemur.<p>“I was afraid of it,” local Jackie …