China sending a probe to the moon next year to look for Moonbase Alpha
State news agency Xinhua is reporting that China is planning to launch a probe to the moon in the second half of 2013.
Smartphone overtakes PC as primary internet device in China
The Chinese government has issued a study revealing that the smartphone has overtaken the PC as the most popular device to surf the
DUAL BRAINS. WANTED. NI IS HIRING! | NATIVE INSTRUMENTS : SPECIALS
To develop truly innovative and inspiring instruments for music producers and DJs, logic and creativity must work together, fusing reason an
BAE Systems' NAVSOP does positioning without GPS, makes sure the only ja...
Just in case GPS and GLONASS didn't make for enough of an acronym soup, BAE Systems wants to add one more to the
Communicating from inside your dreams - Hack a Day
Over the last few years, [Michael] has been working on the Lucid Scribe project, an online sleep research database to document lucid dreams.
Cosm - Internet of Things Platform Connecting Devices and Apps for Real-...
Cosm is a secure platform for Internet of Things devices and products. Its API and web service provide real-time control and data storage. B
Oracle v. Google: Judge finds structure of Java APIs not copyrightable, ...
Thought the Oracle v. Google fireworks were over? Well, if you weren't aware, during the copyright phase of the trial, the jury found
Google adds copyright takedowns to Transparency Reports, 1.2 million a m...
Google has been publishing what it's dubbed Transparency Reports for some time now -- detailing things like government requests to remove
ARM reports revenues up 13 percent, bicep-curling profits up 22 percent
UK-based chip designer ARM just announced another booming quarter, with revenue up by 13 percent to $209.4 million. Pre-tax profits were e
Byte-Sized: A Small Exchange About The Big-Selling Raspberry Pi - Forbes
Bulk orders for the Raspberry Pi, a mini-minicomputer designed for children and low-income countries, are beginning to be fulfilled after un
[Linus] wins the Millennium Technology Prize - Hack a Day
[Linus Torvalds] pumped out Linux roughly 20 years ago and has now won some pretty major recognition for his contributions. We've seen diffe
Physicist uses math to get out of a traffic ticket, publishes findings
When most folks get ticketed for running a stop sign, most people wind up writing the court a check. UC San Diego physicist