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Researchers Predict the Weather Using Cell Towers
A team of Israeli scientists have devised a way to predict the intensity of flooding by turning cell towers into hygrometers, measuring humidity
The Military’s Mystery Machine
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP, has been called a missile-defense tool and a mind-control device. The truth is a bit less ominous
Scientists Fry Cancer Cells With Nanotubes
Scientists conducting pre-clinical trials have shown that tiny nanotubes, heated up with radio waves, can destroy cancer cells while leaving … Continued
What Sound Does Space Make?
Ever wonder what a blackhole sounds like? The sun? Remnants of the Big Bang? Yeah, neither had we but it … Continued
When Photos Talk
A new "memory stamp" turns physical objects like postcards and photos into hyperlinks
Your Phone Is So Money
A tiny add-on chip will turn your cellphone into a credit card, bus schedule, concert ticket and more
Ask a Geek: Phillip Torrone
Q: Are there any cool hacks for SPOT watches?