A mystery man. A splashy reveal. A media frenzy. Newsweek staked its return from the dead on a story it knew would get attention. A cover story claiming it had uncovered "the face behind bitcoin," ...
Sat 8 Mar 14 from Phys.org
The Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a space rock as it breaks apart – the first one ever caught in the act. What's to blame?
Fri 7 Mar 14 from Newscientist
Titan Aerospace's Solara, a solar-powered unmanned aerial vehicle designed to cruise at an altitude of 20 km (12.42 miles) for five years at a time, certainly got our attention back in August, ...
Thu 6 Mar 14 from Gizmag
Apple is accelerating the race to make smartphone applications easier and safer to use in cars.
Mon 3 Mar 14 from Phys.org
IT SOUNDS like a film plot. A group of virus-hunting scientists get hold of a 32,000-year-old slab of Siberian permafrost. Overcome with curiosity, they thaw it, and, sure enough, something ...
Thu 6 Mar 14 from The Economist
Study identifies potential blood test for cognitive decline.
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In the battle for the living room, the launch of Google's Chromecast further fragmented the market with another new means of content delivery. A variety of alternatives have since been launched, ...
Wed 5 Mar 14 from Gizmag
Jason Barnes started playing drums at the age of 15, but after losing the bottom half of his right arm in an accident he thought his dreams of becoming a professional musician were over.
Sat 8 Mar 14 from The Independent
Unregulated sales of this sort have become widespread, with a black market of sorts springing up to advantage of the sites' social functionality and online visibility.
Thu 6 Mar 14 from The Independent
Samsung on Friday unveiled a free music service for users of its Galaxy smartphones, entering a crowded market that includes Pandora, Spotify and Apple's iTunes.
Fri 7 Mar 14 from Phys.org
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