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Who would have thought that mining an asteroid would be a tricky proposition?
The Swedish flatpack furniture empire is developing an entire clever household applications and appliances.
Impossibly small footprints, twisting facades, sinuous exoskeletons: we're not in architecture school anymore, Toto.
Yesterday, the International Space Station’s Permanent Multipurpose Module known as Leonardo was detached from the spacecraft. But don’t worry: it was part of a planned move, in order to make it easier for more visiting spacecraft to dock with the orbiting laboratory. Read more >>
Joe Oxenbury certainly hopes so, as he was born without a left hand.
It’s just one part of making content using Google’s new Jump system—a solution that standardises every step of creating VR content. This is how VR goes mainstream.
There’s nothing more frustrating than cueing up a set of Google Maps directions to your destination only to lose service and have them evaporate while you’re in transit. Google's fixing that problem.
Google’s Clay Bavor just told everyone at Google I/O that there are over a million Google Cardboard headsets in the world today. Soon there’s about to be a whole lot more.
Auxetic materials will change the way people protect themselves.
There is a small army of amateurs who keep track of over 300 spy satellites, often with little more than a pair of binoculars.
By inserting you into the movie, into the action, it actually breaks the fourth wall and makes it harder to suspend disbelief.
It’s unlimited photo and video storage, plus some smart design and brains to make a huge number of photos manageable. It launches today on Android, iOS, and desktop.
Developed with the engineers from Nest, the new Android-based OS is designed to be very streamlined, so that any connected object can communicate with another.