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Elon Musk is insisting that the escape pod he hand delivered to the cave rescue team in Thailand is fully functional, after being criticised by the head of the mission. Read more
Researchers from China's Academy of Sciences claim to have developed a stealth laser weapon capable of burning targets nearly a kilometre away. Read more
With nearly half (42%) of us still failing to password-protect our mobile devices, and only 20% using anti-theft solutions, pick pocketers who get their hands on a smartphone could be […] The post Nearly half of us still not password-protecting mobiles, claims Kaspersky Lab appeared first on ShinyShiny.
A discreet piece of smart jewelry that sends an alert to loved ones and tracks her location when a woman feels in danger has taken out the US$1 million XPrize for Women's Safety, the foundation has announced today. .. Continue Reading Smart jewelry that sends out a call for help claims $1 million Women's Safety XPrize Category: Wearables Tags: Safety XPrize Related
Tristram Hunt, director of the V&A museum in London, has defended the institution's decision to exhibit a section of the Robin Hood Gardens housing estate at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Read more
Japanese furniture brand Kamarq has launched in New York with a collection of products that users can rent monthly, but almost immediately pulled several of its designs amid plagiarism accusations. Read more

It was bound to happen sooner or later... a photographer would capture and submit a photograph of the storied Blue Angels team of jet aircraft, one that would propel itself to the top spot in our photo contest. Photographer Gary Schaker is the one who finally made it happen, and in doing so takes the $300 top prize for our photography contest in March. Oh, we've had images submitted of the
Photo: David SlaterPETA's "monkey selfie" copyright lawsuit has finally, finally reached a satisfying ending. On Monday, a three-judge panel with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that only humans can pursue copyright infringement claims, upholding a lower court's decision after a judge refused to let PETA settle its way out of this likely conclusion.In its ruling, the court said:Affirming
Carbon-loving motorcycle and sportscar fans will be interested to learn that BMW says it's cracked the problem of quick, cost-effective carbon composite manufacturing of chassis parts. If this results in a flood of lightweight carbon-framed motorcycles, we consider ourselves ready...Continue Reading BMW claims it's developed a process for fast, cheap carbon composite chassis manufactureCatego is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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