The Pirate Bay Wants You to Download Physical Objects NowFile-sharing site The Pirate Bay is apparently expanding its reach into letting users pass one another physical objects to download.Well, that's actually not the case just yet. But the site is introducing a new category called "Physibles" in anticipation of a day in which "you will print the spare parts... Continue Reading →

Microsoft and Samsung demo Illumiroom display, fills room with images (video)Microsoft just demonstrated an interesting display technology called Illumiroomat the Samsung CES keynote that apparently fills up the room with images and lights beyond the confines of a television screen. We were shown a video of someone playing Xbox games and making it seem like it's snowing in... Continue Reading →

3D Printed Skull ImplantOxford Performance Materials has announced it has received clearance for the OsteoFab™ Patient Specific Cranial Device (OPSCD). “OsteoFab” is OPM’s brand for a 3D printed medical and implant parts produced from PEKK polymer.Implants are “grown” layer by layer directly from a digital CAD file without the aid of tooling and with few practical limits... Continue Reading →

Killing the Dollar: G20 & IMF Push for Global Fed, Global CurrencyWhile headline stories about averting the dangers of an international “currency war” dominated news coverage of the recently concluded G20 meeting in Moscow, the real unreported story is that the global gathering of central bankers and finance ministers is pushing forward with their plan for “supersizing” the International... Continue Reading →

USC scientists turn off the ability to feel coldUSC neuroscientists have isolated chills at a cellular level, identifying the sensory network of neurons in the skin that relays the sensation of cold.David McKemy, associate professor of neurobiology at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, and his team managed to selectively shut off... Continue Reading →

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