By Mariella Moon Here’s a project that could pave way to structures both unique and affordable. A team of researchers from the UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design has unveiled the Bloom Pavilion, which they call “the first and largest powder-based 3D-printe… Source:: UC Berkeley 3D prints an artsy pavilion using dry powdered cement
By RT An estimated 70,000 people have taken part in the 50th anniversary commemorations of the 1965 Bloody Sunday march across a bridge in Selma, Alabama – an event which marked a turning point in the US civil rights movement against racial discrimination.Read Full Article at RT.com Source:: ‘Black lives matter’: 70,000 march across ‘Bloody […]
By Daniel Cooper Sometimes, a musician tied down to a long contract will fire out a sub-par record to fulfill a contractual obligation to their label. In some ways, Motorola’s Droid Ultra felt like an exercise in contractual obligation rather than a handset in its ow… Source:: How would you change Motorola’s Droid Ultra?
By Mat Smith While you be heading to bed, over in Abu Dhabi, the Solar Impulse team will attempt to fly around the world, powered by solar energy alone. While the plane takes off today in March, it won’t likely return until late July, early August. The route will… Source:: Watch this solar-powered plane attempt […]
By Jon Fingas A number of states already have laws preventing the police from snooping on your phone’s location history without a warrant, but they just got another big boost from a court ruling. A California-based federal judge has determined that cops need those… Source:: California court says cops need warrants to get phone location […]