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Hands-On With The Sony Z5 Compact

Hands-On With The Sony Z5 Compact

Hands-on with Sony's new compact flagship.

Wrists on With Sony’s Smartwatch 3

Wrists on With Sony’s Smartwatch 3

We play around with Sony's new smartwatch.

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SCIENCEAmazing NASA Animation Shows New Horizons’ View Of The Pluto System

Space

Amazing NASA Animation Shows New Horizons’ View Of The Pluto System

It took 10 years for New Horizons to reach Pluto. Now, you can relive the climax of this epic journey in under 30 seconds.

SCIENCEA Simple Treatment Allows Coffee Grounds To Capture Climate Change-Causing Methane

A Simple Treatment Allows Coffee Grounds To Capture Climate Change-Causing Methane

Scientists found that bathing coffee grounds in a simple solution commonly found in home oven cleaners and then heating them converts them into methane sponges. As a result, this human fuel byproduct could help provide a more sustainable form of fuel for our vehicles.

SCIENCEChasing Life On The Red Planet: An Interview With Mars One Candidate Laurel Kaye

Space

Chasing Life On The Red Planet: An Interview With Mars One Candidate Laurel Kaye

Mars One is a private space compay that aims to send six teams of four people to Mars – permanently – beginning in 2027. Tech Times spoke with Laurel Kaye, one of the final 100 candidates for the mission, about her experience thus far, her hopes for life on Mars and her concerns about the idea of leaving the only home she's ever known forever.

SCIENCEBeating Heart-In-A-Box Technology Is Salvaging Organs For Transplant

Beating Heart-In-A-Box Technology Is Salvaging Organs For Transplant

Disembodied beating hearts are the stuff of horror stories, but a new medical device is turning this creepy concept into a lifesaving strategy. This heart-in-a-box technology has already saved more than a dozen lives.

SCIENCEOliver Sacks’ 'Awakenings' That Didn’t Make It Into The Movie

Oliver Sacks’ 'Awakenings' That Didn’t Make It Into The Movie

Neurologist and writer Oliver Sacks is best known for his book ‘Awakenings,’ which was made into a movie starring Robin Williams in 1990. The book and film focus on lifting patients out of a disease-induced stupor, but Sacks spent his entire career awakening the public as much as his patients.

SCIENCENASA Administrator Pens Open Letter, Sick Of U.S. Astronauts Hopping on Russian Space Flights

Space

NASA Administrator Pens Open Letter, Sick Of U.S. Astronauts Hopping on Russian Space Flights

In an open letter published in Wired, current NASA Administrator and former astronaut Major General Charles Bolden bemoans the lack of funding for space programs, which instead go into the pocket of none other than Russia.

SCIENCEHow The Moon Affects Tides

How The Moon Affects Tides

Can you explain why the tide goes in and out? Gravity is key.

SCIENCEThis Week In Space: Of Black Holes And Butterflies

Space

This Week In Space: Of Black Holes And Butterflies

Stephen Hawking may have solved a long-standing problem in astrophysics with math, but NASA is working on pre-empting problems by crashing expensive pieces of equipment. Plus, fire fountains on the moon and a cosmic butterfly.

SCIENCEA Double Black Hole Powers Our Galaxy’s Closest Quasar

Space

A Double Black Hole Powers Our Galaxy’s Closest Quasar

Quasars are the brightest objects in the universe, and they are fueled by the darkness of black holes. Scientists recently found the first example of a quasar powered by a pair of black holes instead of a single supermassive black hole.

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