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The eternity drive: Why DNA could be the future of data storage -
Researchers at ETH Zurich, in Switzerland, believe that fossilized DNA may hold the key to preserving huge amounts of data for millennia.
Could New Zealand company's IPO finally bring us jetpacks? -
Kids, our George Jetson, 007, Iron Man dreams are edging closer to reality. A New Zealand jetpack manufacturer has gone public, promising 2016 deliveries.
Book Review: Emigrating Beyond Earth
Universe Today
Do you believe that humans are the ultimate species and that we have a destiny to rule? Perhaps you're being optimistic according to Cameron Smith and Evan Davies. Their book "Emigrating Beyond Ear...
The Mini-Moon Cometh: Catch the Smallest Full Moon of 2015 This Thursday
Universe Today
Supermoons. Blood Moons. Moons both Black and Blue… by now, you’d think that there was nothing new under the Sun (or Moon, as it were) when it comes to new unofficial lunar terminology. Sure, the M...
Carnival of Space #395
Universe Today
The tent is up! This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Pamela Hoffman at the Everyday Spacer blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #395. And if you’re interested in looking back, here’s an...
Kamikaze Comet Loses its Head
Universe Today
Like coins, most comet have both heads and tails. Occasionally, during a close passage of the Sun, a comet's head will be greatly diminished yet still retain a classic cometary outline. Rarely are ...
Valve announces $50 Steam Link streaming box, free Source 2 engine
Ars Technica
Also announces Steam Controller pricing info, a few more SteamVR details.
Sony’s new Project Morpheus prototype boasts 120Hz refresh rate, OLED display
Ars Technica
First major console VR headset set for release in early 2016.
Liveblog: Sony talks Morpheus VR at GDC 2015
Ars Technica
Ars reports on Sony's first major VR effort on consoles.

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Even With Delays, Building A 12.9-Inch iPad Could Be The Easy Part
Rumors of an iPad with a larger screen simply will not die. Bloomberg is today reporting that a 12.9-inch iPad will hit manufacturing lines in September. That..
Appcelerator Slashes 30% Of Staff As It Pivots Away From Enterprise Sales
App development platform maker Appcelerator is looking to change the way it does business. Unfortunately for many employees at the company, that meant a..
Curiosity Science Suspended After Electrical Glitch : DNews
Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory are scrambling to figure out the cause of an electrical glitch on the Mars rover Curiosity which stopped science operations cold.
Control Your Phone from Seven Feet Away : DNews
New technology called “Ultra-fast Ultra-far Interaction” allows devices to respond to touchless gesturing like a hand wave.
World War II Warship Recovered: Photos : DNews
Photos show archival images of a WWII Japanese battleship and its discovery decades later.
Huge Japanese WWII Battleship Found : DNews
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Wave Your Hand, Control These Techs: Photos : DNews
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Global Warming Upped Heat in California’s Drought : DNews
Climate change turned up the heat on California's drought, heat that could be a fixture by the 2030s.
Is 'Chappie' What's Coming for A.I. Robots? : DNews
pReporter Ashley Dvorkin speaks with futurist Gray Scott about artificial intelligence in movies like Neill Blomkamp's Chappie, which opens Friday.
Just one 'disastrous accident' could set drone industry back, warn Lords
the Guardian
Drones have huge potential for growth and could create 150,000 jobs in the EU by 2050 – but there are serious concerns about safety
Appeals Court: Insurance Doesn't Have To Pay For 2008 Burrito Recall
You might remember the Foster Farms Salmonella outbreak last year, which made hundreds of people sick. The company's insurer, Lloyd's of London refused to pay for their losses from the outbreak and...
Inventor Of The Keurig Doesn't Own One, Regrets Inventing It
Keurig's K-Cup coffee pods are popular brewing devices that you can find in homes, offices, and waiting rooms. There are even refrigerators with a machine built right in. Do you know where you won'...
HBO Streaming Service Reportedly Dubbed 'HBO Now,' Aiming For Launch Before Game Of Thrones Premiere
One of the most anticipated launches of 2015 is the debut of HBO's standalone streaming service. The name, price, timeline and availability are still unconfirmed but a new report claims to have unc...
Uber Must End Pilot Ride-Sharing Program In Japan
Ride-hailing app Uber does a small amount of business in Japan. Until now, their drivers have been existing drivers of taxis and private cars for hire. The company has been experimenting with a rid...
Illinois Car Museum Giving Away 'Back To The Future' DeLorean — If The Cubs Win The Next World Series
If Marty McFly saw it happen, maybe it'll happen: In the movie Back to the Future Part II, Michael J. Fox's character travels forward in time to the year 2015, where lo and behold, miracle of mirac...
The Ancient Physics Quest of ‘Perfect Packing’ Has a New Solution
Thanks to a computer algorithm and super-fine 3D imaging.
Meet Casper: Yet Another Malware Likely Created by France for Surveillance
Researchers have uncovered another malware that used a hacked Syrian site to infect victims.
LSD Researchers Are Crowdfunding the First Images of the Brain on Acid
Researchers have imaged the brain on LSD for the first time, and now they’re turning to crowdfunding to back their research.
Etsy on Going Public: the World Should Be More Like Us
But the company's IPO sounds suspiciously like it's going to change to be more like the world.

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