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Space Lab challenges youth: create an experiment to be conducted in space

Do you have a great idea for a science experiment and would like to see it conducted live on YouTube by scientists on board the International Space Station? Well, here's your chance to showcase...

New paper says DRM doesn’t work, hurts only legitimate customers

We've said before that draconian DRM measures don't work, but we've never had scientific proof to back it up. Until now that is. A paper written by Duke and Rice University says that ditching DRM...

Boracay forms 7-km human chain for environment protection

Boracay residents and tourists joined hands to form a seven-kilometer human chain along its world-renowned white sand beach to celebrate the first anniversary of the Boracay Beach Management Program (BBMP) last 23 September 2011....

Survey says: people prefer a Windows tablet

A survey conducted by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has revealed that a majority of consumers would surprisingly prefer to purchase a Windows tablet, despite Apple's apparent domination in the market. It's not just BCG...

Show your evil side with PowerColor’s Devil 13 6970 videocard, tail and horns not...

Any PC gamer worth his salt knows that October signifies the start of the flood of AAA titles for the holiday season. Instead of wondering if your aged rig can handle all the sweet,...

Smart plans to launch Rocket WiFi Plus, spreads HSPA+ love around

Love Smart's Rocket HSPA+ USB stick but want to spread the high-speed love around? Don't worry, you'll be able to do that soon. Smart has announced that it'll be releasing the Rocket WiFi Plus soon....

Sony looks to take over mobile business, buying out Ericsson?

Sony Ericsson isn't doing well in the smartphone industry globally, and though it's managed to find a hit once in a while, it seems that's not enough for Sony. The Wall Street Journal reports...

Remembering Steve

  I'm probably the least qualified person to write about Steve Jobs, probably because I've never owned any of his products. But I can say this - though I've stayed loyal to my PC roots...

Epson announces two new printer series with extremely low costs per page

Epson has unveiled two brand new printer series aimed to bring about maximum efficiency in both productivity and cost. Targeted at small and medium workspaces, the L-series is the world's 1st genuine ink tank...

Pentax unveils ridiculously small Q – the smallest interchangeable lens camera in the world

While interchangeable lens cameras have all managed to shrink in size in the past couple of years, they're still relatively bulky compared to smaller, slimmer point and shoots. Well, that was before Pentax unveiled...

HTC acknowledges security vulnerability, promises a fix soon

HTC has acknowledged the existence of the security vulnerability that was recently found by the Android Police, and has issued a public statement regarding the matter. The company advises users to stay away from...

Microsoft’s Zune music players are now officially dead, lives on in Phone 7

Ah the Zune. It was Microsoft's answer to the Apple's iPod, and many a tech-geek's device of choice when going against the tide of iPod fanboys. Alas, Microsoft has finally put the last nail...
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