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A CERN particle that was originally thought to have traveled faster than the speed of light was measured using faulty equipment.
Physics laws appear to be holding up fine with a second experiment showing CERN's neutrinos traveling more sedately than in last year's surprising finding.
This story initially had an incorrect reference in the caption of the main image. It is neutrinos, not neutrons.
A fiber-optic link malfunction might have caused neutrinos to appear to travel faster than the speed of light--but another effect could have made them seem even faster.
A first round of error checking has shown subatomic particles still travel faster than the speed of light, but physicists want more confirmation before drawing any conclusions.
Tiny subatomic particles are challenging Einstein's decades-old conclusion that nothing can travel faster than light. Next up: intense scrutiny of the finding.
QNX Neutrino project will let people see and tinker with the embedded operating system's source code--but not ship products with it.
Superman's solar power actually contravenes the laws of physics, according to a team of students at the University of Leicester.
Lego is turning an incredible fan-built Ghostbusters set into reality for the film's spook-tacular 30th anniversary.
Time to get excited about the brand new phones that'll rock our world this year, from Android to Windows Phone and everything in between.