Mona Lisa in 80 milliseconds

In a presentation for Nvidias NVISION the mythbusters compared a CPU vs a GPU to explain parallel processing and the GPU drew an ACTUAL mona lisa drawing using paint balls in 80 milliseconds! Cool is...

Wireless Power from Intel

The industry giant Intel can more than just create micro processors (CPU’s). Yesterday, at the California firm’s annual developers forum in San Francisco, Intel’s chief technology o...

Thoughts on Google Street View

There’s been a lot of talk about Google Street View lately and Google has received complaints from several countries for various reasons (USA, Australia, France, Italy, Australia and Thailand)....

The Virus Professor

George Ledin teaches students how to write viruses in order to make them understand how to protect. Watch the video on Newsweek here. In a windowless underground computer lab in California, young men...

Water found in Moon samples

Researchers led by Brown geologist Alberto Saal analyzed lunar volcanic glasses, such these gathered by the Apollo 15 mission, and used a new analytic technique to detect water. The discovery strongl...

Landscapes of Mars

Stunning satellite images of the Red Planet reveal avalanches, sand dunes and more. Visit Popular Science to view the new photos recently released. Photo shows Gullies near Gorgonum Chaos, a region o...

Next generation low fuel engine

Revetec, a little known company from the Gold Coast region of Australia, may be on to something huge: they’ve created an engine that is 50% smaller, 50% lighter, has 50% lower emissions and is cheape...

See the Youtube takedowns

YouTomb is a research project by MIT Free Culture that tracks videos taken down from YouTube for alleged copyright violation. More specifically, YouTomb continually monitors the most popular videos o...

Introducing WorldWide Telescope

WorldWide Telescope (WWT) is a single rich application portal that blends terabytes of images, information, and stories from multiple sources over the Internet into a seamless, immersive, rich media ...

World Wide Web 15th anniversary

Today the World Wide Web’s (WWW) celebrates its 15th anniversary. 30th April 1993 the web’s code was put into the public domain by Cern, the lab where the web was developed. From only a f...