The strange features spotted by the MESSENGER spacecraft may be caused by hydrogen venting from the planet’s interior, says planetary geologist
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The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
By replacing onerous legal contracts with a simple API, Legitmix makes it possible for everyone from GirlTalk to your next door neighbor to ‘license’ samples at no cost.
In one corner: German manufacturer SolarWorld; in the other corner: China.
Japanese scientists have built a cellular automaton from individual molecules that carries out huge numbers of calculations in parallel
Developers say iOS is easier to code for than Android, but Windows Phone may be the most developer-friendly platform of them all.
Disney Research and Carnegie Mellon team up to create a novel interactive system that uses both visible and invisible projections.
Flat facets that can be easily joined to cover any shape could make invisibility cloaks more practical
They’re not just for fighter pilots anymore.