In yet another testament to Chrome’s graphics processing capabilities, Google has partnered with Château De Versailles to produce Chaos to Perfection, an in-browser interactive tour of the Palace of Versailles.
Gizmodo got a rumored picture and specifications for the new Google Nexus 7 tablet in their Australian offices, which should debut at Google I/O in a few days.
Microsoft’s new Surface tablet has one hardware secret the company has been playing close to the vest: a unique optical glass screen that can actually “see” what you put on it.
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It hardly bears mentioning that the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope is one of the most extraordinarily successful scientific instruments of all time. Since 1993, when the telescope’s flawed mirror was set right by a set of custom-fit corrective lenses, the Hubble has captured one spectacular image after another of everything from the familiar planets of the solar system to quasars and galaxies at the edge of the visible universe — and thanks to four repair missions by shuttle-riding astronauts, the telescope has managed to survive the harsh environment of orbital space far longer than anyone could have imagined.
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“When we ignore how innovation actually works, we make it hard to see what’s happening right in front of us today. If you don’t know that the incandescent light was a failure before it was a success, it’s easy to write off some modern energy innovations — like solar panels — because they haven’t hit the big time fast enough.” ~ Maggie Koerth-Baker