NASA is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope with a set of do-it-yourself collectibles. Marking the orbital observatory's launch 25 years ago this Friday (April 24), NASA is offering a medallion, a model of the space telescope and a Hubble "space ball." But unlike the agency's past commemoratives for space milestones, these free mementos are print-on-demand. Hubble, the world's most popular space telescope, was launched on April 24, 1990 on space shuttle Discovery. In its quarter-century in orbit, the Hubble has transformed our understanding of our solar system and beyond and helped us find our place among the stars.
In 1972, animal behaviorist John Calhoun built a rat paradise with beautiful buildings and limitless food. He introduced eight mice to the population. Two years later, the mice had created their own apocalypse. Here's why.
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Metro Police forces are still not ready for large-scale cyber attacks, report reveals Metro Police forces remain ignorant of how to deal efficiently with large-scale cyber attacks, a report has revealed.
High-tech meets low-tech in tiny house movement Fox News “Aside from small solar panels being affixed to tiny homes for gadget-charging and the like, the movement is actually more about a return to the low-tech, grandparent-approved basics,” said...
NPR (blog) Exploring Blacks In The Tech Industry, One Tweet At A Time NPR (blog) There is no question that Silicon Valley, Silicon Alley, Silicon Beach and all the other places we associate with tech entrepreneurism face diversity problems.
Making computers cooler saves energy, helps them think better Arizona Daily Star My research focuses on two ways to make computers more energy-efficient. First, when electronic circuits are miniaturized, they leak more electric current.
Scientists have long believed that the moon formed from debris created when a Mars-sized object crashed into Earth about 4.5 billion years ago. But there's one very big problem with this so-called giant impact hypothesis.
Working at Apple is a dream job for some but a nightmare for others, particularly those who value having free time. Via Business Insider, an ex-Apple employee named Ben Farrell recently quit his job at the company and penned a not-too-happy blog post about what it’s really like to work for the company. It goes without saying that Farrell, who “spent two years in the Apple camp managing customer service improvement for their technical support contact centers,” seems very happy to no longer be working at the company. RELATED: Anonymous insiders reveal what it’s like to work for Apple First, Farrell found the culture at Apple to not only be demanding but also rather petty and centered around trying to get others
Economic Times Cyber crimes on debit, credit cards double as fraudsters evolve new methods Economic Times MUMBAI: Cyber crimes on debit or credit card usage have more than doubled as fraudsters evolve new cloning methods to stay ahead of banks...
Unplug for the Holidays With These 5 Digital Detox Plans Mashable You know you'd like to get away from these digital distractions, but don't know where to begin extracting your smartphone dependency from your life during the holidays.
Technology failures grow all too common in government projects Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON — It was an ambitious federal technology project, tying together a string of government databases in one Web portal.
Computer crime is on the rise The Conversation Malicious botnets like Waledac and Rustock – successfully crippled by Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit in 2011 – and the more recent Bamital botnet are examples of highly malicious criminal enterprises...
Cheap or free services bring cloud storage to the masses The Malay Mail Online AFP picNEW YORK, Nov 24 — Ever since “cloud” became a buzzword a few years ago, the number of online data storage services has steadily grown, and the price of cloud...
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