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Liquid energy storage system gets the "MOST" out of the Sun


Solar power is potentially the greatest single energy source outside of controlled nuclear fusion, but the Sun is literally a fair weather source that relies on daytime and clear skies.

ESA turns to soil to keep lunar missions warm at night


ESA is developing a new heating system to help future missions to the Moon survive the freezing, fortnight-long lunar night.

iPad (2017) vs. iPad Pro 9.7


Apple's new iPad marks a new budget-minded strategy for Apple's tablet line. The company still, however, has a high-end iPad that falls in the same 10-inch window.

Citrus peels could give activated charcoal a run for its money


There may be a new way of keeping orange and grapefruit peels out of our landfills – besides composting them, that is.

World's smallest car race will take place on a gold chip


An international competition is coming up in Toulouse, France at the end of next month, but it's not a very big one.

City-slicking Opel Crossland X majors on customization


It might be under French control now, but the move from General Motors to Peugeot ownership hasn't slowed the new-product offensive from Opel.

Lack of sleep leads to diminished grasp of facial expressions


Chronic lack of sleep has been linked to high blood pressure, diabetes, aging skin, elevated cholesterol levels, weight gain and more.

Refillable vest offers last-mile wearable transport for clean water


While water scarcity gets a lot of attention, simply transporting this vital resource is in itself a huge dilemma.

Wet or dry, the HexH2O Pro v2 will fly


Drones are invaluable for photographers and filmmakers keen to capture the world from the skies, but their effectiveness is limited as soon as it starts raining.

Drone dogfight event aims to draw out the best drone safety tech


We've already seen a few inventive approaches to taking down drones, and come December this year, we might be in for a few more.

Forget bezel-free displays, we want smartphones that don't need a case


Going bezel-less is shaping up to be one of the biggest smartphone trends of the year. Edge-to-edge displays are striking, and it's advantageous to have smaller devices with larger screens.

One Big Question: Why is artificial intelligence still kind of dumb?


Once the domain of science-fiction authors and script writers, artificial intelligence is steadily marching into the real world.

Lightweight tiny house built to withstand high winds


We don't see many tiny houses that can deal with extremes in weather. The Leaf House 3 is one exception, and Tennessee-based Transcend Tiny Homes' new Amsterdam 24 model is another.

Moto G5 Plus review: The best budget smartphone


Motorola, under Lenovo ownership, has a good thing going with the Moto G series. You'd think its simple goal – give consumers the best phone possible for a reasonable price – would be more prevalent in the mobile world.

Compact, multi-personality camper van makes easy work of outdoor living


Citroën has proven pretty adept at making flashy vans that turn heads at auto shows. But everyone has their superior.

​How to locate the Great Fairy Fountains in Breath of the Wild


To stand a chance of surviving the tougher enemies you'll face later in the game, you'll need to upgrade your armor – and to unlock all four upgrade tiers, you'll need to find all four Great Fairies.

2017 BMW S1000RR Review: A seamless blend of refinement and might


The BMW S1000RR is purring pussycat and raging cheetah in one, a magic-trick melding of otherworldly performance and pleasant rideability that defies logic as much as it defies physics.

Art in the age of ones and zeros: Internet art


Art has always been fundamentally intertwined with technology. New techniques and materials have constantly allowed artists to innovate and create new types of works.

DNA-repairing drug could fight aging and radiation damage


Most of us accept that aging is inescapable, but maybe it doesn't have to be. Researchers at Harvard Medical School and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have uncovered one of the key mechanisms that gradually weakens our body's ability to repair DNA, and tests were able to restore the cell function of old mice to that of their younger counterparts.

World's largest artificial Sun rises in Germany


Germany isn't exactly famous for its sunshine, so to help with the country's commitment to investigating renewable energy, the German Space Center (DLR) has constructed the world's largest artificial Sun.


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