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Jaw-dropping 'blood moon' awes skywatchers

Science Recorder

The first lunar eclipse of 2014 did not disappoint those folks willing to stay awake until the wee hours of the morning. Space.com was inundated with photos taken by excited stargazers able to capture images of Tuesday morning's total lunar eclipse, which ...

2015 Jeep Renegade Is Capable—Mighty Capable

The News Wheel

The 2015 Jeep Renegade is stirring up all kinds of excitement today at the New York International Auto Show, and that's because, like all good Jeeps, the Renegade is incredibly capable and incredibly awesome. 2015 Jeep Renegade design. “The all-new ...

Tyrannosaurus rex settling in to its new home in Washington, DC

Christian Science Monitor

More than 100 years after dinosaurs were first displayed on the National Mall, T. rex — the king — is joining the Smithsonian collection after a 2,000-mile journey from Montana. Skip to next paragraph ...

Twitter Hires Google Maps Director Daniel Graf As New Vice President of ...

Headlines & Global News

Daniel Graf, Google Maps director, will be replacing Michael Sippey, who led Twitter's consumer product for the better part of two years before leaving the company in January. Graf made the announcement of his new role from his Twitter account, Tuesday.

CERN confirms new exotic subatomic particle

Haaretz

CERN confirms new exotic subatomic particle. The new hadron Z(4430) has - hold onto your hats - two quarks and two anti-quarks, say scientists with 'unprecedented certainty.' By Ruth Schuster | Apr. 16, 2014 | 8:21 PM. Tweet. CERN. The magnet core of the ...

Brendan Eich Is A 'Person' -- And So Is Mozilla

Forbes

One way to understand the fracas surrounding Mozilla and its recently departed CEO Brendan Eich is in the context of the Supreme Court's historic 2010 ruling on campaign financing, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. Huh? You'll recall that, ...

New “solar thermal fuel” has energy density of lead batteries

Ars Technica

Right now, photovoltaic devices are the cheapest, most efficient way to harvest the energy in sunlight. The problem is that this energy ends up in the form of electricity, which we have difficulty storing in a cost-effective manner. An alternative approach, solar ...

Google Fiber Is Rolling Out For Kansas City Businesses

Forbes

It's been nearly a year and a half since Google Google switched on its 1Gbps internet and TV service in Kansas City. In that time, Google Fiber has been slowly rolling out to residential areas. (This reporter might have it this year, if he's lucky.) For the most part, ...

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