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Researchers manipulate light through matter revealing intelligence
Researchers have created a new way for light beams to communicate with one another.
Silicon chip used to create a nano hair-sized particle accelerator
Scientists have used a silicon chip to create a particle accelerator less than a hair's width in size.
Professional gamer makes a return to 17-year-old StarCraft Brood War
Professional gamer finishes military service and is straight back into StarCraft: Brood War, which is now 17 years old.
Light's new camera has 16 camera sensors, takes 52-megapixel photos
Light goes overboard with its new L16 camera, capable of taking 52-megapixel photos with its 16 cameras.
Porsche shows new Tesla competitor with more range, tiny charging time
Porsche hits the ground running with its amazing Mission E electric car, offering a greater range than Telsa and a minuscule charging time.
Always check for cats pre-flight
Just when you think you've done your pre-flight checks correctly, mid-flight a cat walks up your wing to say hello.
ASUS shows off its new world's slimmest ZenBook, the UX305
ASUS shows off its new ZenBook UX305, claiming a world's thinnest design and weighing in at only 2.64lbs.
Eurocom launches Armadillo 2 Broadwell Ultrabook with 16 GB single memory module support
Meet the new Google Chromebook Pixel - 2560x1700 and USB Type-C
Google unleash their new Chromebook Pixel to market, featuring a 2560x1700 resolution and USB Type-C integration for charging, data and monitor support.
This phone doesn't do much and that's the point - OwnFone's US version
The OwnFone is looking to expand, through Kickstarter, to the US and beyond. This 3D-Printed phone doesn't do much and that's the point.
The new Dell XPS 13 2015 is set to take on the MacBook Air
The new Dell XPS 13 2015 is set to take on the MacBook Air - $800 off the shelf with a new Broadwell CPU.
Android app claims you will fall asleep with 10 minutes of use
Sleeping pills is a free app that claims it will send you to sleep in 10 minutes.
Point of View Announces the GeForce GTX 960 TROOPER
Co-workers interrupting you? This flag will tell them, be gone!
If co-workers are interrupting your work flow, this possible crowdfunded project will see them notified without speaking a word.
Budweiser is preparing their life-sized Pacman for the Super Bowl
Budweiser are doing it a little different this year and the Super Bowl - producing a real-life sized Pacman arena.
Ultimate Ears Announces New UE MEGABOOM Speakers
Phanteks Announces Enthoo Mini XL Chassis
Lenovo slim down and speed up their Thinkpad range thanks to Broadwell
Lenovo set to improve their new range of laptops with Intel's Broadwell processor along with lighter and thinner product design.
Christmas light recycling is serious business in China
There's a whole Chinese industry built around smelting the things that American people don't want - here's a little insight.
New-age Lord of the Rings Sauron tower is set for construction
Africa is about to get a new tallest building, one that looks quite like Sauron's tower from Lord of the Rings.
Omni-directional single-person speaker on Kickstarter
Innovative company Sound Lazer bid to Kickstart-ers to help them build their new single-direction speaker systems.
German scientists have frozen light for a record-breaking 60 seconds
Scientists have done the previously impossible: frozen light for 60 seconds.
Wicked Lasers Flashtorch can light up the night and burn stuff
Wicked Lasers Flashtorch is a flashlight bright enough to cook eggs and start fires while lighting up the night.
Philips intelligent LED lights help shoppers find deals
Philips intelligent LED lights help users find what they need and get coupons as they shop via a smartphone map app.
GravityLight, the portable light that is powered by gravity
GravityLight is a cheap new light that works as a lamp and uses gravity.
Introducing the Nanolight, the world's "most efficient" light bulb
Nanolight is the world's most efficient light bulb, developed by three students in Canada.
NASA develops lights to put you to sleep
NASA develops lighting system to help astronauts sleep when they lack the normal 24-hr day/night cyc.
New iPod touch "too thin" to fit an ambient light sensor
iPod touch lacks an ambient light sensor because it is "too thin"
Graphene could soon be used for flexible, ultra-thin devices
Graphene could be used in smart devices to make them thinner, flexible.
Acer Aspire S7, the first of Windows 8 Ultrabooks breaks cover
Acer Aspire S7 breaks cover, is a gorgeous Windows 8 Ultrabook that features a touchscreen.
Intel releases info on 14 new dual-core Ivy Bridge-based CPUs ahead of Computex
Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs get some new members, 14 dual-core chips to be exact.
LG planning to produce "unbreakable" flexible OLED displays
LG is planning on making flexible OLED displays for mobile devices, rumored to be "unbreakable"
Upcoming mobile Ivy Bridge CPU pricing has been unveiled
Upcoming Ivy Bridge mobile CPUs have been priced.
Ivy Bridge's heat problems persist, even with the removal of its IHS
Ivy Bridge heat issues remain after IHS removal.
Ivy Bridge-powered Acer Aspire launched in Japan
Acer Aspire with Intel's latest Ivy Bridge processor has hit Japan.
Nook Simple Touch gets built-in LEDs for night time reading
Barnes and Noble release updated Nook with lighting.
RumorTT: New MacBook Pro 2012 models could be out quicker than we think
RumorTT: 2012 Edition MacBook Pros sporting Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs could be here shortly.
Intel Ivy Bridge notebook chips go through benchmarks, flex some serious muscle
Ivy Bridge gets put through benchmarks, is quite impressive for a mobile processor.
Ivy Bridge CPUs launching on April 29, mostly desktop chips with a few mobile chips thrown in
April 29th could see the release of Intel's Ivy Bridge processors.
We shouldn't see Ivy Bridge-E processors until mid-2013
Ivy Bridge-E processors won't cross any bridges until mid-2013.
Intel confirms Ivy Bridge delay, can't build a bridge to get over it
Intel confirms delay of Ivy Bridge, will ship "eight-to-ten weeks" later than initially planned.
RumorTT: Apple's next-gen MacBook Pro's could adopt MacBook Air's form factor
RumorTT: MacBook Pro could become as thin as the MacBook Air this year.
Intel to push back Ivy Bridge launch from April to June
Intel to delay Ivy Bridge launch, Sandy Bridge-based notebook inventories are moving slowly.
Scott Luminor Sound and Light Wireless System (i-DXS 10 L Luminor) Review
Scott Luminor Sound and Light Wireless system is a unique way of providing sound and light through a bulb. Is it worth it, though?
MSI Officially Intros the Wind U180 Netbook
Acer unveil Aspire S5 Ultrabook, includes Thunderbolt
Acer announces new Ultrabook: Aspire S5.
Intel's Ivy Bridge reportedly rolls in on April 8, 2012
Intel to launch Ivy Bridge on April 8, until then the clock goes tick, tock.