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Posted: 23 Feb 2013 08:06 PM PST
The Bright Target Explorer (BRITE) nanosatellites look like little cubes and will blast off atop an Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) at 7:20 a.m. EST (1220 GMT) on Monday from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, India.
While tiny nanosatellites have launched into space before, they have been mainly used to study Earth or test new spaceflight technologies. But the BRITE satellites will be the first spacecraft of their small stature to peer into the cosmos, their builders say.
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BARCELONA: Although Samsung will likely show off its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S IV, mid-March, the company did not come to this year's Mobile World Congress empty-handed.
Almost two days before the official event starts, Samsung gave journalists a glimpse of the Galaxy Note 8.0, an 8-inch tablet with a decent set of specs and support for Samsung's stylus, which the company calls the S Pen.
With the Galaxy Note 8.0, Samsung is revisiting a space it helped pioneer with its original Galaxy Tab back in late 2010: the mid-sized tablet.
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 04:30 PM PST
When a multi-car accident punctuated the end of a NASCAR race at Daytona on Saturday afternoon, fan-shot footage of the disintegrating cars, pieces of debris flying into the stands, and a tire landing between the bleacher seats quickly found its way to YouTube. Minutes later, the clip (that you see above) was removed by YouTube at the request of NASCAR, citing copyright concerns:
According to the Orlando Sentinel, at least 15 race fans were injured, with eight of them requiring hospitalization. None of the race car drivers were seriously injured in the crash. Update: According to Reuters, 14 fans were taken to the hospital and 14 were treated at the scene. Reuters added that one o…
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 03:42 PM PST
The Meltwater Group has been tracking social media for the past month, gathering information about the Oscar nominees from Twitter, Facebook, blogs, comments and YouTube videos. Researchers delivered data on the Oscars' top six categories.
While the actual names of the Oscar winners are safely sealed inside envelopes to be opened on Sunday night, the popularity contest that is social media offers hints at what might transpire.
During the collection of this social-media data, there's been one especially tight race…
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 03:04 PM PST
Epic battles and stormy rivalries return to television with the third-season debut of Game of Thrones.
Viewers are getting a sneak peek at the latest chapter of HBO's fantasy saga in this YouTube video. The minute-long trailer teases clips from the upcoming season, premiering March 31.
Are you excited for season three of Game of Thrones? What do you think of the trailer? Let us know in the comments.
Image courtesy of YouTube, GameofThrones
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 02:27 PM PST
1. Google Chromebook Pixel
The search giant and OS upstart unveiled its first high-resolution touchscreen laptop on Thursday, the Pixel, and turned the Chrome OS and Chromebook from an entry-level platform for cash-starved netizens into a powerful tool for cloud-friendly business people. Find out more about Google's surprising and expensive gamble:http://on.mash.to/15E8vDK Image by Chris Taylor, Mashable
Another big week in tech is coming to a close, and this has been a good one -- lots of interesting unveilings, speculations, hacks and oh, yeah, Google Glass, making this Top 10 Tech especially exciting.
The biggest revelation came from Google, which finally told us more about its secretive project Glass, unveiling some of its uses and publishing videos of people wearing them. And this wasn't Google's only revelation. The Mountain View company also launched the Chromebook Pixel, a touchscreen laptop with premium features -- and an expens…
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 01:44 PM PST
Arnis Mehmetaj, a senior at Forest Hills HS in New York, tried to call it off at the last minute, but word had spread too far among the school's 3,000 students.
Mehmetaj's classmates created a now-removed online petition protesting his punishment, which they deemed too harsh. In response, administrators reversed their decision. For more on the story, watch the video, above.
Image courtesy of YouTube, hiimrawn
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Need to send files from your phone to a friend? How about a group of friends? ProxToMe is a new app that lets you see other iOS devices around you, and then send a file from your phone to theirs, instantly. The app can be used for everything from sending a movie to your best friend, to sending your band's latest single to concertgoers.
It can be tough to keep up with all the new apps released every week. But you're in luck -- Mashable takes care of that for you, creating a roundup each weekend of our favorite new and updated apps.
This week, we found a new social-calendar app for keeping track of all your plans, and another app that makes sharing files with friends -- or people you've just met -- a snap.
Just in time for SXSW, one popular location-sharing app saw a huge update, while a typing app for Android has gotten even smarter.
Check out the gallery, above, for a look at this week's highlights.
Still looking for more? Check out last week's Apps You Don't Want To Miss for more great apps worth a look.
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Images courtesy of Tumblr, hoooneyyyimhooome.
When Honey, a graphic artist and illustrator, realized she had a surplus of potassium-packed fruit laying around the kitchen she figured they woud make the perfect canvas for her work. She began the process by using pens, she told Mashable, but soon realized the pen punctured the banana skin too easily, which is when she switched to safety pins.
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"I make a lot of small punctures in the banana's skin, which exposes the interior to air, causing it to turn brown," Honey said. "…
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Posted: 23 Feb 2013 09:15 AM PST
1. Joaquin Phoenix: Superkid
This clip, taken from a 1989 episode of Superboy, shows a young Joaquin Phoenix -- with flowing blonde hair, we might add -- standing up to schoolyard bullies in the best way possible. Spoiler alert: He gets the girl, too. Phoenix is up for a Best Actor award for his performance in The Master. Video courtesy of YouTube, Superboyrob
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 08:04 AM PST
When Seth MacFarlane takes the stage at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday to host the Academy Awards, it will be 84 years after the first such ceremony in 1929 and 44 days after the death of Infogami co-founder and anti-Hollywood/anti-SOPA activist Aaron Swartz.
I love films. My father, an opera singer, taught me at an early age to appreciate the dramatic arts, and I was a theater actor in my youth. Some of my greatest heroes in life are filmmakers like Passolini, who gave so much of themselves to their work. I'm an indie film director, and I've been on the other side of the spectrum in big-budget filmmaking. I should be working in Hollywood today -- but I'm not.
Posted: 23 Feb 2013 07:02 AM PST
In the age of social media, we can track disease outbreaks like never before. Now, a new game from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention takes the armchair epidemiology to a whole new level.
The CDC created "Solve the Outbreak," a new iPad app, to increase awareness of public health outbreaks. If you were a fervent fan of movies like Contagion or 28 Days Later, you can put those hours of Internet research to work.
Users take on the role of a disease outbreak investigator in the agency's Epidemic Intelligence Service and tackle three outbreak scenarios including "Birthday Party Gone Bad." The narratives are based on real events solved by EIS officers.
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