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Astronauts Grow a Water Bubble in Space »

During Expedition 40 in the summer of 2014, NASA astronauts Steve Swanson and Reid Wiseman — along with European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst — explored the phenomenon of water surface tension in microgravity on the International Space Station. The crew “submerged” a sealed GoPro camera into a floating ball of water the size of […]

Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo crashes after ‘anomaly’ during test »

A Virgin Galactic spacecraft intended to carry tourists crashed in the Mojave desert due to an “in-flight anomaly” during a test flight Friday, the company said. One person was reportedly killed in the incident, which was the second this week involving a craft intended for spaceflight. “During the test, the vehicle suffered a serious anomaly resulting in the […]

Sony brings OLED viewfinder to Pro HD Cameras »

Sony is unveiling its first color professional camera viewfinder using Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Technology. The HDVF-EL100 is an 11 inch display and is Sony’s first non-consumer application of an OLED panel. Consumer OLED displays were introduced in January, and continue to generate strong demand. “High-definition acquisition requires extremely precise focusing, allowing the operator […]

Build your own CNC Machine »

Building your own CNC Router can be a fun and exciting project. CNC stands for Computer Numeral Control and is used to cut designs that were created in a computer CAD program. This article will walk you though all the steps in planning, choosing the parts, building and using your DIY CNC. Computer aided design, […]

Hydrogen Powered Vehicles »

It’s hard to escape coming across the name “Stan Meyers” when researching this technology. Stan Meyers began making news in the early 1990’s, having claimed a major breakthrough in Hydrogen power. In fact, he attracted the attention of the Pentagon with his breakthrough (their interes: “Star Wars” and tanks. Oh well, whatever it takes to […]

The ONE Campaign, Ben & Jerry’s Join Forces »

You know Ben & Jerry, the two loveable old guys from the 60’s that have made ice-cream forever, and have always been active in worthy causes (why can’t we get presidents as honest and down-to-earth as these guys?). Anyway, they have just developed and dedicated one of the strangest sounding frozen concoctions you can imagine: […]

WebDogPro and TechiMoto Merge »

Techimoto has recently acquired the website and related publishing rights from 9xnetworks. started in 2003, focusing on publishing quality Photoshop tutorials and related articles. At its peak, Webdogpro realized over 4 million page views a month, and is referenced via 1000’s of links from other websites. Techimoto will rebuild the current tutorial archive, […]

BioFuels a Disaster? »

BioFuel Now Competes Directly with Worlds Food Supply Are you wondering why your grocery dollars aren’t stretching quite as far? In Mexico City, a barely publicized riot, called “The Tortilla Riots”, break out in protest of escalating corn prices ( and sharply rising flour prices destabilize Pakistan. In Sudan, a grocer that supplies the countries […]

Google turned the lights out »

Google users in the United States will notice today that we “turned the lights out” on the homepage as a gesture to raise awareness of a worldwide energy conservation effort called Earth Hour. As to why we don’t do this permanently – it saves no energy; modern displays use the same amount of power […]

Dell offers Blu-ray notebooks starting at $879 »

Now that HD-DVD is out of the picture it seems that Blu-ray is becoming more affordable every day. The Dell Inspiron 1525 with optional Blue-ray drive starts at $879, The laptop features a 15.4 inch high definition wide aspect display with 720p resolution. It also includes a HDMI port for you home theatre buffs out […]