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Apple Campus 2 to feature visitor's center


Compared to Google's open and accessible Mountain View headquarters design, Apple's planned Campus 2 seems a relatively private affair.

Nokia brings its ball to the burgeoning virtual reality party


Over the past year, we've seen an explosion in the number of virtual reality (VR) headsets looking to stake a claim for our eyeballs.

Earth's magnetic field may be more than 750 million years older than previously thought


The Earth's magnetic field is crucial to life on the planet. It keeps out harmful solar winds, which would strip away our atmosphere and surface water and bombard us with radiation if left unchecked.

Facebook takes aim at expanding internet access using laser-equipped drones


In its quest to connect all corners of the globe – and get even more people signing onto the social networking juggernaut – Facebook has completed the first full-scale model of its internet-broadcasting drone.

Non-invasive spinal cord stimulation gets paralyzed legs moving voluntarily again


Five men with complete motor paralysis have regained the ability to move their legs voluntarily and produce step-like movements after being treated with a non-invasive form of spinal cord stimulation.

Non-invasive spinal cord stimulation gets paralyzed legs moving voluntarily again


Five men with complete motor paralysis have regained the ability to move their legs voluntarily and produce step-like movements after being treated with a non-invasive form of spinal cord stimulation.

Review: A critical look at DJI's Phantom 3 Professional


China’s DJI made a gutsy move with the release of the Phantom 3. The Phantom 2 Vision+ was still clearly the best all-in-one prosumer camera drone on the market, so the Phantom 3 could easily have been an incremental upgrade.

New map reveals a third of the stars in the Milky Way have dramatically changed orbit


It's easy to think of stars as being fixed in place, because that's how we see them in the sky. But like Earth and the other planets, they have orbits.

New map reveals a third of the stars in the Milky Way have dramatically changed orbit


It's easy to think of stars as being fixed in place, because that's how we see them in the sky. But like Earth and the other planets, they have orbits.

Covair swaps watch faces and straps in no time


For those that like to mix and match their jewelry to match their outfits, Covair is looking to make what it calls classic timepieces with interchangeable components.

Moto X Style (Pure Edition) vs. iPhone 6 Plus


Motorola's flagship phone has gotten bigger every year – to the point where this year's Moto X Style (or "Pure Edition" in the U.S.) is more a rival to the iPhone 6 Plus than to the smaller iPhone 6.

Moto X Style (Pure Edition) vs. iPhone 6 Plus


Motorola's flagship phone has gotten bigger every year – to the point where this year's Moto X Style (or "Pure Edition" in the U.S.) is more a rival to the iPhone 6 Plus than to the smaller iPhone 6.

New compounds block absorption of fat in foods


For people with a serious obesity problem, dieting and exercising may not be enough on their own. Taking a pill that replicates the effects of exercise may be one solution, but scientists from the University of Kansas are developing what could be another – compounds that keep the fat in foods from being absorbed by the body...

New compounds block absorption of fat in foods


For people with a serious obesity problem, dieting and exercising may not be enough on their own. Taking a pill that replicates the effects of exercise may be one solution, but scientists from the University of Kansas are developing what could be another – compounds that keep the fat in foods from being absorbed by the body...

Lockheed tests Orion fairing design changes


Lockheed Martin announced that it's completed tests of design changes for NASA's Orion spacecraft’s fairing separation system.

Slaughterhouse waste could be made into yarn


Ever since the late 19th century, people have experimented with making textiles from natural-source-based gelatine, as a cheaper and less allergenic alternative to wool.

Slaughterhouse waste could be made into yarn


Ever since the late 19th century, people have experimented with making textiles from natural-source-based gelatine, as a cheaper and less allergenic alternative to wool.

Study successfully uses drones to transport blood samples


We’ve already heard about drones being used to deliver pharmaceuticals to patients in remote locations, but scientists from Johns Hopkins University and Uganda’s Makerere University are now looking at the other end of the picture – using them to deliver remotely-located patients’ blood samples to labs in larger centers.

Study shows that drones could be used to safely transport blood


We’ve already heard about drones being used to deliver pharmaceuticals to patients in remote locations, but scientists from Johns Hopkins University and Uganda’s Makerere University are now looking at the other end of the picture – using them to deliver remotely-located patients’ blood samples to labs in larger centers.

CydeKick Pro promises to take the drag out of bike generators


Bicycle generators always seem like a good idea, but the friction caused by an old-fashioned pedal-powered dynamo can be a drag – literally.


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