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Curiosity Rover Finds First Signs Of Potential Life On Mars

7h ago - NRM: "NASA's Curiosity Rover has detected the first signs of organic matter in the form of large... | Culture

30,000 idiots buy box of poop from Cards Against Humanity website on Black Friday

1d ago - If you thought the Internet couldn’t get less disappointing, then don’t hold your breath or place... | Culture

DARPA Created A Self-Guiding Bullet

1d 17h ago - Nick Irving: As a sniper in the military, I sometimes wished I had a bullet that could steer i... | Culture

The Christmas Gift Guide for Geeks

1d 17h ago - Evan Symon: "Shopping for a geek is never easy - luckily, we have a few ideas." | Culture

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Despite Pirate Bay Takedown, Piracy Still Going Strong

2d ago - The Pirate Bay, everyone’s favorite purveyors of piracy, was raided by police a week ago in Stock... | Culture

Synthetic Biology: The Next Stage in Genetic Engineering

3d ago - "Proponents have declared the possibilities of synthetic biology virtually endless, from revoluti... | Culture

nDreams and Virtual View Productions to Explore VR Videogames and Movie Crossovers

3d ago - VRFocus: While the videogame industry is the undoubted focus for the revival of virtual reality (... | Culture

Marco’s Musings: What Is Bitcoin?

4d ago - EGMR's Tech Marco attempts to delve into the murky depths of Cryptocurrency and explain Bitcoin i... | Culture

Apple 1 That Steve Jobs Programmed Sells for $365,000

4d ago - A rare Apple-1 computer—one that Steve Jobs himself worked on—has sold at auction for $365,000. | Culture

NASA to receive more money than it requested for 2015

5d ago - NASA is poised to see an increased budget for 2015, after the House of Representatives passed a b... | Culture

Artificial skin can give artificial limbs the sense of touch

8d ago - NRM:"There have been some amazing advancements in prosthetic limbs, from mind control to 3D print... | Culture

Obama Becomes First President to Write a Computer Program

9d ago - President Barack Obama told the world that everyone should learn how to code. And now he’s puttin... | Culture

An Illustrated History of Mac OS X

11d ago - The history of OS X started with a bear, not a cat: in September of 2000, Apple presented Kodiak.... | Culture

The Man Who Wired the World

11d ago - Mark Zuckerberg’s crusade to put every single human being online. Chandauli is a tiny town in... | Culture

Bandwidth-challenged developer? Google to ship Android SDKs on DVD

13d ago - As we heard during the announcement of Android One, Google sees the developing world as the path... | Culture

Why OLED lighting will soon shine on you

13d ago - Undecided about whether to buy LED-based lights instead of compact fluorescent bulbs? Get ready t... | Culture

Chrysler Oculus Rift Experience Builds a Car Around Viewer

17d ago - VRFocus: Virtual reality (VR) head-mounted displays (HMD) have proved to be something of a hit wi... | Culture

Selfie sticks could bring jail time in South Korea

18d ago - That selfie stick in your hand. A harmless memory-maker? Or a potentially chaos-inducing electrom... | Culture

Ebay's new 'smart stores' feel like the future of shopping

19d ago - Magic mirrors, massive touchscreens, and dressing rooms that know what you need next | Culture

NASA has successfully created the first 3D printed object in space

20d ago - Slipping the bonds of gravity is not cheap, so NASA has to account for every bit of mass it sends... | Culture

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Now - Join the finest minds in consumer research and change the world one product at a time. Share your unique opinion and get paid for it! Participation... | Promoted post

Three quarters of Britons consider internet access a 'human right'

20d ago - There is overwhelming public support for the idea that access to the Internet should be a human r... | Culture

The Matrix Metaphor of the Deep Web

20d ago - If you have ever been on the Deep Web, you already know it’s a crazy place. It’s notorious for it... | Culture

Why the FBI can never regulate online Drug Trade through the Darknet

20d ago - For every “major victory” the government seems to gain in the battle against drug trade in the on... | Culture

Harvard researchers have successfully created human pain in a petri dish

20d ago - It’s not easy to develop new treatments for a disease. In fact, many of the things doctors try ne... | Culture

What I Learned From Building An App For Low-Income Americans

21d ago - I was lost in the Bronx. It was my first week as a Significance Labs Fellow, where my job was to... | Culture
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