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Astronauts conduct epic spacewalk

NASA 'nauts close to completing another EPIC SPACEWALK to route cables around ISS http://t.co/xS0vz7RCJF — The Register (@TheRegister) March 1, 2015

Revolutionary New “Science Fridge” Coming Soon To A Kitchen Near You

Whirlpool, the folks who brought you NASA's first mini kitchen for space travel, has a new space age energy efficient refrigerator in the works Revolutionary New “Science Fridge” Coming Soon To A Kitchen Near You was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Cricket World Cup 2015: Pakistan stays alive with win over Zimbabwe

12 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Pakistan, the 1992 Cricket World Cup winner, won for the first time in the 2015 tournament, staving off Zimbabwe in Brisbane, Australia. Pakistan rallied for the win behind, as the BBC put it, “skipper Misbah-ul-Haq’s stubborn 73 and a fiery half-century from pace bowler Wahab Riaz” that helped Pakistan “recover from 4-2 to reach 235-7.” […]

Opinion: Does the Apple Watch Edition signal future luxury-model iPhones, iPads and Macs?

Back in April of last year, when a luxury model of the Apple Watch was still a vague rumor, I wrote an opinion piece in which I expressed the view that Apple could indeed pull this off. I went further, and suggested that it could even create an entire range of luxury versions of its existing products, […]

'Modern Family' co-creator details episode shot entirely with Apple products

In a behind-the-scenes look at an upcoming "Modern Family" episode shot completely on iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2, co-creator and executive producer Steve Levitan said using the iOS devices didn't dramatically change the production process, and revealed that tomorrow's show is not the first time producers turned to Apple's handset for in-show footage.

Zimbabwe let World Cup dream slip away

14 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Harare 1995, Sheikhupera 1998, Harare 2013 and now, just 20 runs away from Brisbane 2015. Five fours. Three sixes and a two. So close. But Zimbabwean eyes would not have adored the end result.

Astronauts Perform Last Spacewalk to Prepare ISS for Commercial Flights

NASA astronauts make the third and last spacewalk to finish preparing the International Space Station (ISS) for the arrival of commercial spacecraft in the coming years.

Watch the NASA Space Station Spacewalk Live

Think you’d like to walk in space? Don’t be so sure. Yes, the view is great; yes, the weightlessness is fun. But the work is punishing. You’re either too hot or too cold—which is what happens when the temperature goes from 200º F to -200º F (93º C to -129º C) depending on whether you’re…

Pakistan survive Zimbabwe scare for first win

Irfan, Wahab share eight wickets as former world champions hold on for a tight win at the World Cup.

2015 JD Power Dependability Study: Lexus On Top Again

Lexus has topped the J.D. Power Dependability Study in the US for 2015, making it four ‘wins’ in a row for the Japanese carmaker. Buick was the next best, improving three places on its 2014 study result, followed by Toyota and Cadillac then a tie between Honda and Porsche. Show More Summary

Duckworth-Lewis method in new avatar for World Cup

21 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

An anomaly in the Duckworth-Lewis rain calculation system has been addressed in the formula being used at the World Cup, adding a third name to the complex calculation in the form of Australian academic Steve Stern

Cricket World Cup 2015: Sri Lanka defeats England

22 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

England’s difficult time at the Cricket World Cup continued with a nine-wicket loss to Sri Lanka on Saturday night in a Group A match in Wellington, New Zealand. England has won one of its first four matches and, while it may still progress to the quarterfinals, a win in the quarterfinals will require major changes. […]

Sri Lanka inflict heavy World Cup defeat on England

Thirimanne, Sangakkara share 212-run partnership as Sri Lanka chase down 310 with ease in the World Cup.

Kagiso Rabada handed CSA contract

23 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Under-19 World Cup winner Kagiso Rabada was the youngest of the 17 players who were given a central contract by Cricket South Africa

Medium Sedan Comparison : Toyota Camry v Mazda 6 v Hyundai Sonata v Subaru Liberty

yesterdayVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Medium cars are struggling in the face of an SUV uprising. Quite literally, the raising-up of body height and seating position has allowed the sport utility vehicle to act both like a magician entrancing customers, and a grim reaper destroying traditional sedan and wagons. There are massive upsides for those buyers who are determined to fly [...]

Logitech Keys to Go Review: The ultimate portable bluetooth keyboard

For those wanting an ultra-portable keyboard to use with your iPhone or iPad, but don't want the bulk and weight of a keyboard case should consider the Logitech Keys to Go.

NASA Pays Tribute To Leonard Nimoy

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

From NASA: "Astronaut Terry Virts captured this photo from the International Space Station flying over Boston, where Leonard Nimoy was born. #RIPLeonardNimoy"

Lady Gaga Feels Much Better After Hanging Out With Friends

Lady Gaga dons a blue dress while stepping out with her pet pooch Asia on Saturday (February 28) in New York City. The night before, the 28-year-old entertainer showed off her legs while arriving at Jeromes at Rivington F+B club in the Big Apple. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lady Gaga “I’m always [...]

NASA's colossal crawlers mark half a century of service

Two veterans of the US space program have marked 50 years of service with in appropriately sedate style. In 1965, a pair of gigantic crawlers were built to move the Saturn V moon rockets to the launch pad. Half a century later, they are still in service and being upgraded to handle NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) and other launch vehicles. Show More Summary

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