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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 Webdogpro.com website and related publishing rights from 9xnetworks. Webdogpro.com 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 (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/6319093.stm) 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 Google.com 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 […]