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Scientists discover 'fluffiest galaxies,' but you can't pet them

The most adorable galaxies in the universe may be a series of far-away space blobs with a lot of room, but very few stars.

By May 15, 2015


3D Printer Build Week: Wrap-up

We succeeded in building a working 3D printer, but we still have a lot to learn.

By February 17, 2012


At RockMelt, engineers pound out features at light speed

day on the job RockMelt front-end engineer Devon Rifkin is just months out of college. But already he's making a big impact on a hot new browser that directly integrates some of the main Facebook and Twitter features.

By November 21, 2011


Nvidia CEO: Supercomputing gated by power

Energy efficiency has become the imperative for the supercomputing industry because of the limits of available power, the CEO of GPU maker Nvidia tells high-performance computing pros at SC11.

By November 15, 2011


Buzz Out Loud 906: Mail-order mice

We learn that, among other things, Rafe is trained in psychology and yearns to order mice. But we also kick around the meaning of security in Google Earth and Windows 7 and take up the cause of the wireless ISP in your neighborhood.

By February 6, 2009


Urban Outfitters' retro-hip cameras: Like, woah

Target for hipsters is adding retro-hip cameras to its roster of goods for the hipster masses.

By August 21, 2008


Cheerio WoW, I've found Progress Quest

Progress Quest will tickle any WoW player -- 'Deliver this carrot' and 'Fetch me a pint' cut pretty much to the heart of it

By March 14, 2007


Sensors: Living off scraps of energy

In the future, your shoes may be able to charge your camera and RFID chips could tell when you leave the room. Images: Energy-saving sensors

By May 24, 2006


Google's new hot spots

Google's new hot spots

By September 20, 2005


Broadband Surf Report: March 11

What looks good in broadband news for March 11.

By March 11, 2005