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Michael Schumacher Tower to Take Over the World

Michael Schumacher Tower to Take Over the World

Another day, another spectacular tower in Dubai: The Michael Schumacher World Champion Tower, a curvy building "inspired by the geometrical order of a snowflake and the aerodynamics of a Formula 1", will not only appear in Dubai but in six other cities around the world. According to the archite

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Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 Update

Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 Update

Changelog: Chrome privilege escalation due to incorrectly cached wrapper Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:1.9.1.2/1.9.0.13) Location bar and SSL indicator spoofing via window.open() on invalid URL Heap overflow in certificate regexp parsing Compromise of SSL-protected communica

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Wacky Afghan Engineer Develops Remote Controlled Kalashnikov Burglar Alarm [Safety First]

Wacky Afghan Engineer Develops Remote Controlled Kalashnikov Burglar Alarm [Safety First]

The infamous Kalashnikov has a long and illustrious history of murder and mayhem, which makes it the perfect centerpiece for a contraption developed by unemployed Afghan electrical engineer Hanif Molavizadeh. With only a small movement outside his window, the device will trigger a "song like warning

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Research aims to harness solar energy to purify water

A new project in Saudi Arabi — being spearheaded by IBM and the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) — seeks to create a water desalination plant that runs off solar energy. The location of the project is significant, since Saudi Arabia is apparently the largest producer o

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Quantum computers could overturn Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle

Quantum computers could overturn Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle

The uncertainty principle is at the foundation of quantum mechanics: You can measure a particle's position or its velocity, but not both. Now it seems that quantum computer memory could let us violate this rule. The theoretical underpinnings of the uncertainty principle are, like most things

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New iPod Shuffle Moves Buttons to Headphones, Adds Text to Speech

New iPod Shuffle Moves Buttons to Headphones, Adds Text to Speech

Apple has quietly released a new iPod Shuffle design that mimics the original's pack of gum aesthetics. It costs $80, holds 4GB of songs, uses inline controls and boasts text-to-speech. • 4GB or 1,000 Songs • Silver or black color options, stainless steel clip • Controls have been moved

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Intel “Oak Trail” Is Official: Tablet Processors With Windows, Android, and MeeGo Support

Intel “Oak Trail” Is Official: Tablet Processors With Windows, Android, and MeeGo Support

Intel's Moorestown platform was designed to make a home in tablets and other small form factors. The only problem: no Windows support. So—as expected—Intel's introducing Oak Trail: it's Moorestown with Windows, and will be out early 2011. Oak Trail shares the same processor as Moorestown

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Quarter life crisis?

When I was a student, carefree and cheerful, I wanted nothing more than to grow up quickly to earn money and do things that adults could do… Now that I am an adult, I realize how naive I was to think so – as those were the best years of my life. As I talk to my friends, colleagues, ba

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When Two Wheels Are Better Than Two

When Two Wheels Are Better Than Two

Let’s deal with some harsh reality here. Aside from letting Lindsay Lohan drive your SUV on a saturday night, the most dangerous vehicle to operate on the planet is a motorcycle. Designer Igor Chak knows this fact all to well. He has designed a concept that does its best to make your two whe

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A First Look at the MSI 'Wind 2' U120

A First Look at the MSI 'Wind 2' U120

MSI hasn't been shy about their Wind U120, a 10" netbook that should pack a 120GB hard drive, SSD options, 802.11n Wi-Fi and 3G (HSDPA) fun. But from these first official shots of the unofficial sequel to the praised MSI Wind, we see that not much has changed about the exterior beyond adding a

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Verb for Shoe Auto-Adjusts Comfort With Built-in Computer [Footwear]

The adapting Verb shoes from VectraSense Technologies, an MIT spin-off company, have been in development for a while, but now they’re finally ready to buy. They’re not quite Marty’s amazing Nike’s from Back to the Future 2 but they are clever: the built-in twin air bladders are controlled by an on-board computer that detects what activities you’re up to and adjusts the air pressure accordingly. The idea behind the design is that the shoes are always comfortable, adapting dynamically. And if that’s not 21st Century enough, then the shoes also have built-in wireless networking which can let you swap contact info with other Verb wearers nearby, and connect up to a PC so you can access the autocomfort settings. Activating the wireless mode is achieved by tipping your foot vertically and holding it for five seconds, so you shouldn’t trip it off accidentally. Partly because of all this technology, and partly because they’re hand-made to order, a pair will set you back $699.99. [Verb via Talk2MyShirt]

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