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NASA Voyager 1 spacecraft rides interstellar tsunami wave


NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft is currently riding the wave of an interstellar tsunami, as it continues its historic march out of our solar system.

LG announces new 4K TV with layer of quantum dots to boost color


As can be expected from TV manufacturers across the board, LG has announced that it will unveil a new 4K UHD TV at CES 2015 in January.

BMW system lets a car navigate multi-story car-parks and park itself, before returning to driver


Trawling a multi-story car-park and then squeezing into a parking space can be a painstaking task. It would be much better if you could just drive into a car-park and leave your vehicle to do the rest.

EDAG Light Cocoon concept employs weatherproof textile skin over a bionically-inspired, back-lit trellis frame


EDAG traditionally produces a concept car incorporating "new thought" for the Geneva Motor Show each year and the 2015 concept car might initially stretch your imagination beyond normal limits.

Sony prototype clips onto regular glasses, makes them smart


Sony’s latest swing at the wearables sector is one of its most interesting to date, taking the form of a smart headset module designed to clip on to just about any pair of glasses.

Architects envision new logistics center for Santa


It may be the most wonderful time of the year for some, but for the hardworking residents of the North Pole, Christmas is a time of long hours, tight deadlines, and tricky logistical challenges.

Disney Research models analyze and predict player behavior in basketball and soccer


With all the stats and analysis getting batted around, you could be forgiven for thinking that modern sport is not about the grand battles between opposing players and teams but rather an elaborate exercise in data modelling.

Gizmag spends some seat time with Mercedes' top-line AMGs


The problem with spending a day driving £300,000+ worth of cars is that driving home in your own worn out old banger makes a measured article tricky to write.

SpaceX to attempt Falcon 9 platform landing on Friday


On Friday, the Dragon CRS-5 mission lifts off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station atop a Falcon 9 v1.1 rocket.

What's in a name? Earth's most abundant mineral finally gets one


When a mineral is the most abundant on the planet, (making up an estimated 38 percent of the Earth's entire volume, in fact), you would think that someone would have given it a name by now.

Startup helps you build your very own picosatellite on a budget


A Glasgow-based startup is reducing the cost of access to space by offering "satellite kits" that make it easier for space enthusiasts, high schools and universities alike to build a small but functional satellite for as little as US$6,000 and then, thanks to its very small size, to launch for significantly less than the popular CubeSats...

Get 80% Off Lifetime Access to Over 5000+ Adobe Training Videos


Digital creativity is still dominated by Adobe, whether you’re a designer, a developer, a photographer, videographer or even an animator.

Venus Express mission ends as fuel runs out


The European Space Agency's (ESA) eight-year Venus Express mission has come to an end. Having already extended its lifespan to four times that originally planned, the unmanned orbiter has exhausted its fuel during a final attempt to further prolong its usefulness.

Aston Martin recycles old engines into new special edition supercars


Like its competitors in the premium car segment, Aston Martin is always looking for ways to make its customers feel more special in their high-end performance cars.

The top 10 things you CAN'T have for Christmas 2014


Most of us would agree that money can't buy you happiness, but that doesn't stop us being fascinated by the extravagant, eccentric and sometimes downright absurd things that an oversupply of dollars can deliver to your doorstep.

Scientists reduce blood sugar levels in mice by remote control


Sufferers of type 1 diabetes regularly need to inject themselves with insulin in order to regulate levels of sugar in their blood, a process that is invasive and requires particular care.

Battery-packed Power Pen doubles as a phone charger


The choices abound when it comes to external charging solutions these days, but one idea we haven’t come across, at least not in the era of today’s smartphone, is a writing pen with a backup battery packed inside...

Battery-packed Power Pen doubles as a phone charger


People are relying on our phones like never before, and a flat battery can spell disaster, or at least some mild anxiety.

Polaroid's printing, web-sharing Socialmatic camera available for preorder


In long-awaited news for Instagram devotees looking for something a little more tangible to archive their favorite moments, the Polaroid Socialmatic is now available for preorder.

Experimental treatment could target individual cells deep inside the body


A new experimental, non-invasive medical technique is promising to precisely deliver drug-carrying metal nanorods anywhere inside the body and image tissue with cellular resolution.


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