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Terrafugia made big waves last year with the introduction of the Transition, the first flying car. Sure, it was more of a driving plane than a flying car, but it brought a dream everyone has had to life.
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There is a long history of innovation that has benefited civilian life, driven by military research and development. This time, the military is taking a cue fro
Une jeune pousse américaine commercialisera dès l’année prochaine une imprimante 3D reposant sur un procédé de stéréolithographie maison qui promet des pièces mieux finies et fabriquées bien plus rapidement.
In a short interview, Greg Jackson from the ICRI (Intel Collaborative Research Institute) introduced us to “Pigeon sim”, an open-source software that is using the motion sensing technology of Kinect®.
Blasé par le Rubik's Cube et tous les jeux du même genre ? Venez donc essayer les cubes I N S I D E ⊃3; si vous l'osez...
The number 9 is kind of amazing. How amazing? Keep on reading for the exciting conclusion to Math Dude's story about the magical number 9 -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
At the end of June, a coalition led by the Electronic Frontier Foundation trolled the NSA by air, hiring a huge blimp to hover over the agency's new data center in Utah . Now, the EFF has released a huge image of the high-security center.
La fièvre des objets connectés touche toutes les parties du corps. Si les poignets ont été largement privilégié jusqu’ici, d’autres zones ont droit à un traitement particulier.
Une faille dans l’algorithme de compression LZO touche un robot martien, Curiosity.
This is like a scene from X-Men: A man puts his hand into a jar seemingly full of water. Instantly, ice starts growing around it despite the fact that the liquid is warm, expanding until all the content is solid, with the texture of ice cream.
La firme sud-coréenne promeut la nouvelle option du Galaxy S5 en stigmatisant le point faible de son concurrent.
Designer Jake Rich has come up with a better design for the microwave that no longer requires a permanent parking spot on your kitchen counter.
Dangers lurk within the U.S.'s $12-billion self-help industry. Here is how to spot the warning signs -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Thanks to [Edward Snowden] we have a huge, publicly available catalog of the very, very interesting electronic eavesdropping tools the NSA uses. Everything from incredibly complex ARM/FPGA/Flash modules smaller than a penny to machines that can...
The idea of truly flexible displays never gets boring, and now LG has created its biggest bendable screen to date: an 18-inch OLED panel that has enough flexibility to roll into a tube that's an inch across.
And you thought it was neat that there'd been a long-hidden Easter Egg in Halo: Reach. Whatever. One that's been hiding inside Halo 3 - for seven long years - has finally been found. And it's pretty sweet.
Alright, 3D Printers exist. They're machines you can simply buy for a few hundred dollars, set them on your desk, and have them start churning out plastic parts. A little pedestrian, isn't it? How ...
Electrolux is known for its bold and sometimes ridiculous concepts, and the Swedish appliance manufacturer holds a contest every year to encourage young designers to submit their innovative/cockamamie ideas.
Sixty-year-old ampoule contains smallpox DNA, and it is unclear whether the virus is viable. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Over the past few years, social psychologists have come under fire for publishing work based on falsified and non-reproducible evidence .
As tighter rules on carrying electronic devices come into force, Sky News looks at what will happen if passengers are caught out.
If you're passing on an old Android handset to someone else, you may want to go further than using the default data wipe tools—because, according to a new report, they don't effectively remove all of your personal data.
Daily Mail At a touch, gadget can read to the blind: Ring-like device says words aloud as ... Daily Mail A device that can read aloud any word it is pointed at could transform the lives of the blind or partially-sighted.
The secret of the helper’s high -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Stephen King's Dark Tower series is a sprawling saga that moves from genre to genre, but it's also a veritable juke box of American music, pulling in everything from jazz standards to '80s hair metal to show tunes to old country.
Sometimes the most effective advertising is just getting the consumer to try a free sample. But with this campaign, Nescafe managed to embrace best of both approaches with a clever print ad that turns into a couple of mugs full of coffee.