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Houses don't come a lot smaller than this tiny London pad


Due to house prices in London being what they are, some shrewd firms are looking to turn even the smallest space into a viable home.

Neural networks focus in on old data to find new discoveries


Remastering of movies and video games allows us to see old classics with more detail and definition than the original.

Air Opus camping trailer inflates into a home away from home in 90 seconds


When we first discovered the British-designed Opus camping trailer back in 2013, its combination of compact pop-up construction and comfy interior design made it one of our favorite campers of the year.

Air-gapping is no protection from drone-wielding hackers


With talented hackers able to break into just about any device that's connected to the internet, from a computer to a car, the easiest way to keep sensitive data safe might just be to cut the cord completely.

Apollo 11 command module readies for road trip


This year, one of the most important artifacts of the Space Age, the Columbia command module of the Apollo 11 mission, will leave its home at the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum for the first time in almost 50 years.

Sony's speedy SD cards are almost as fast as currently possible


The title of "world's fastest SD card" generally isn't held for long, and Sony is the latest company to claim the crown.

Creating a broccoli for all seasons to hedge against climate change


The last time food was rationed in England, Winston Churchill was still prime minister of the country.

Transparent heating pad could have users seeing red


Although you might not think that a plain old heating pad could be dangerous, the things do burn people on a regular basis.

Silicon sawdust – coming soon to a battery near you?


When individual silicon wafers are cut from larger sheets of silicon for use in electronics, a lot of sawdust is produced.

Unlocking the healing secrets of Komodo dragon blood


Downing a vial of Komodo dragon blood to fight a bacterial infection might sound like something prescribed by a meister on Game of Thrones, but new research shows that the substance might have very real applications in our world.

Unlocking the healing secrets of Komodo dragon blood


Downing a vial of Komodo dragon blood to fight a bacterial infection might sound like something prescribed by a meister on "Game of Thrones," but new research shows that the substance might have very real applications in our world.

We are wasting almost a fifth of our food, study finds


There is no question that our food-consumption habits (or lack of) generate enormous amounts of waste, but a new study from the University of Edinburgh is laying claim to exactly how much.

Scientists tell lampreys to scram


If you've spent much time around North America's Great Lakes, then you're probably familiar with the sea lamprey.

Apple's futuristic new campus nears completion


Apple's Foster + Partners-designed "spaceship campus" was originally revealed all the way back in 2011, and it's finally nearing completion.

Apple's futuristic new campus nears completion


Apple's Foster + Partners-designed "spaceship campus" was originally revealed all the way back in 2011, but it's finally nearing completion.

Limited-edition Italdesign car to dazzle Geneva


Italdesign has an impressive back catalogue of Geneva Motor Show specials, from modular shooting brakes to the stunning Clipper, but the storied design house has upped the ante in anticipation of the 2017 show.

Seven Earth-sized planets found orbiting nearby red dwarf star


An international team of astronomers has announced the discovery of seven Earth-sized exoplanets in orbit around a nearby ultracool red dwarf star.

Blind termites hear killer ants coming millimeters away


They might be close in terms of appearance but ants and termites are far from friends. These little critters share a hostility that can be traced back millions of years, one that often manifests in their respective armies fighting to the death.

LG Watch Sport review: The best standalone smartwatch


When Google announced Android Wear 2.0 last May, we knew standalone/cellular-connected watches were going to be a major focus.

LG Watch Sport review: The best standalone smartwatch


When Google announced Android Wear 2.0 last May, we knew standalone/cellular-connected watches were going to be a major focus.


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