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All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Engineers at Duke University have used 3D printing to create an object that can shield against detection from microwave beams.
By scattering microwaves with plasmonic materials, University of Texas researchers achieve "three-dimensional cloaking," one step closer to rending something transparent in visible light.
We thought about calling this podcast graves in space, or delicious Yak, or Jason makes the earth move. But soup_n_salad in the chat room nailed it. A new company wants to send 5,000 capsules full of cremated remains to the moon for burial.