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“Holograms” That You Can Feel And Touch

Technology has changed rapidly over the last few years with touch feedback, known as haptics, being used in ent...

The Argentinean Suitcase to Revolutionize Travel

The project is called Bluesmart, and it may be one of the foremost technological inventions of the last few yea...

Chasing the sun at Chile's Solar Atacama Rally

Rally racing in solar-powered cars has taken off in recent years, nowhere more so than in Chile's Atacama Deser...

European space probe safely anchored on comet's surface

A European probe that landed on a comet in a first for space exploration is safely anchored on the surface desp...

What if machines had personality?

Should we add more humour and humanity to our gadgets? David Robson reports on a new breed of machine designed ...

'Anti-Facebook,' Pro-Privacy Website Goes Viral

In a matter of days, the new social network Ello, described as the "anti-Facebook" for its stand on privacy and adver...

Mountaintop blasted to build huge telescope

The top of a 3,000m-high (10,000ft) mountain in Chile has been blown up to make way for the world's largest opt...

Supercomputer Passes The Turing Test

If you've seen 'Terminator' then you'll be excused for getting slightly nervous about this...

Google to Spread the Web With $1B Worth of Satellites

It looks as though Google wants to accelerate its plans to hook up the entire world to the Internet by deployin...

Street Art Invades Your Computer Screen


The charming portmanteau (part GIF and graffiti, if you hadn't already noticed) comes to us courtesy of British...

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