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New superomniphobic texture made of nanoscopic nails repels all known liquids

Share This article If you have ever lived in a frequently rainy area of the world where the main mode of transportation is driving, you’re likely very familiar with products like Rain-X. Rub some of it on your windshield, let ...

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ET Black Friday Deals: ThinkPad X1 Carbon for $840, 24-inch monitor $99, USB 3.0 hub $7, more

Share This article We hope everyone is enjoying their Black Friday! While some doorbusters have already sold out, there are still plenty of deals to be had for the rest of today and through the weekend. So pop some leftovers ...

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ET deals: $150 off Galaxy S5, $100 off Note 3, more at T-Mobile for Black Friday Week

Share This article Black Friday is almost upon us, and that means the offers have begun to pour in. T-Mobile is here with some early Black Friday savings, slashing prices with $ 150 off a flagship smartphone like the Galaxy S ...

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Qualcomm will enter ARM server market with major partners, broad solutions

Share This article Over the past few years, as ARM CPUs have become more powerful, we’ve seen an increasing number of companies express interest in an ARM server solution. Early providers, like Calxeda, planned to launch relatively modest microserver solutions ...

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Analyzing Nvidia’s new AA: Can MFAA improve image quality without a frame rate hit?

Share This article Nvidia has released the Game Ready 334.75 WHQL graphics driver, with optimized support for World of Warcraft’s latest Warlords of Draenor expansion, Far Cry 4, Dragon Age Inquisition, and The Crew. Alongside those new titles comes support ...

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Philae bouncing across comet 67P, as seen from orbit by Rosetta’s high-res camera

Share This article The European Space Agency has released an amazing set of images that show Philae bouncing across the surface of comet 67P. During its initial descent, Rosetta’s Philae lander failed to fire its landing harpoons — and thus proceeded ...

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Sharp demos 4.1-inch 736 PPI display: But is it destined for a smartphone, or VR?

Share This article Ever since Apple first debuted its so-called “Retina” displays, smartphone and tablet manufacturers have been leapfrogging each other to hit various firsts — either in terms of absolute resolution (1080p, 1440p, 4K) or by nailing ever-higher display ...

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DARPA wants to build an Avengers-like flying aircraft carrier, to make drones even more effective

Share This article Drones are an increasingly important part of the US military arsenal. Low-cost, low-risk, alternatives to manned aircraft, they are versatile while at the same time becoming increasingly powerful. However, their speed and range is typically much more ...

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Dark market massacre: FBI shuts down Silk Road 2.0 and 400 other Tor websites

Share This article A large-scale bust by the FBI and the UK’s National Crime Association has resulted in the arrest of 17 individuals in several countries, and the shut down of more than 400 .onion (Tor) websites — including the darknet’s Grand ...

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New Google, and Larry Page’s continuing mission to explore strange new technologies

Share This article Google’s co-founder and CEO, Larry Page, has admitted that it’s time to find a new mission statement. The company’s mission, “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful,” along with its motto of “don’t be ...

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