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WirePosted writes "No, Skype haven't invented the world's first "perpetual motion" machine, but instead have recruited an Australian travel writer to traverse the world through 15 countries without stopping — even when sleeping! The aim? To show Skype can be used anywhere and on the move. Will they succeed?" Link to Original Source
WirePosted writes "Zibri, the Italian programmer of the now famous ZiPhone unlocking tool for the existing 2G iPhone, has promised an unlock for the iPhone 2.0 firmware while explaining that the new firmware leaves out some much requested features." Link to Original Source
WirePosted writes "The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is inviting everyone around the world to join in its 'first step back to the Moon' with its "Send Your Name to the Moon" project as part of its LRO spacecraft mission." Link to Original Source
WirePosted writes "It's been 37 years since Leon Chua hypothesised the existence of the memristor — the 'missing' basic electronic circuit element to complement the capacitor, resistor and inductor — but Hewlett-Packard scientists have finally made one." Link to Original Source