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The world’s smallest Mona Lisa is made from DNA

Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa painting isn't actually that big (30 inches tall), but Caltech researchers have found a way to make that seem downright gargantuan. They've used DNA to construct the smallest known Mona Lisa. At several hundred nanomet…
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Construction starts on the world’s largest optical telescope

After several years of planning and no shortage of financial anxiety, construction has officially started on the Extremely Large Telescope. Contractors are now building the main structure and dome of the Chile-based observer ahead of its initial ser…
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Watch the world’s first skydive from a drone

Unlike typical consumer-aimed quadcopter drones, Latvian company Aerones specializes in big UAVs that can carry hefty loads. Last year, they showed off one of their big lifter's prowess by towing YouTuber Kaspars Balamovskis on a snowboarding run. To…
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[Video] Unboxing the World’s Smallest 4G LTE Smartphone

The Jelly is the self-proclaimed smallest 4G smartphone in the world, offering decent specs and 4G connectivity with just a 2.45-inch LCD display and a very wallet-friendly price tag. The phone is set to launch on Kickstarter soon, so you can’t order one for yourself just yet. In the meantime, we got our hands on […]

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World’s fastest bumper car tops 100 mph with a 600cc sports bike engine

British mad scientist Colin Furze likes to make things fast. His latest project is the world’s fastest bumper car for Top Gear’s. With a 600cc, 100-horsepower sports bike engine, it set a world record by averaging more than 100 mph.

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U.K. researchers tie the world’s tightest knot — half a nanometer wide

Researchers at the U.K.’s University of Manchester have tied the tightest and smallest knot in the known universe. Made up of just 24 atoms, the nanoscale knot could help lead to breakthroughs in materials.

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Japan is planning to build the world’s fastest supercomputer

It’s already one of the most technologically advanced countries, and now, Japan is looking to cement its position at the forefront of digital innovation. It’s all contingent upon a new supercomputer that aims to be the fastest in the world.

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Cybathlon, the world’s first ‘bionic Olympics, merges tech, disabled athletes

Are you ready for next week’s Cybathlon, the world’s first ever international sporting competition in which disabled athletes compete using bionic assistive technology? It sounds seriously awesome.

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Watch the world’s largest aircraft crash-land on only its second outing

Having celebrated a successful maiden flight just a week ago, the team behind the world’s largest aircraft were shocked to see the enormous Airlander 10 crash-land on Wednesday at the end of only its second outing.

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Pizza Hut delivers the world’s first playable DJ pizza box

The major brands won't admit it, but it's pretty hard to innovate in the pizza-making industry. Stuffed crust and sausage-ringed pizza are now well established, so companies like Domino's and Pizza Hut are turning to clever marketing gimmicks to ensu…
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Chernobyl nuclear exclusion zone could become the world’s largest solar farm

Canadian energy companies, U.S. investment firms, and Ukraine government negotiating to build a 1GWh solar plant at the site of the 1986 Chernobyl meltdown, which today would be the world’s largest.

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Video shows off capabilities of the world’s most affordable 3D bioprinter

A sub-$ 9,000 3D bioprinter set to make its debut later this year, the Aether 1, makes some very bold claims for itself — including its ability to outperform rivals with price tags in excess of $ 250,000.

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China has just finished building the world’s largest alien-hunting telescope

Is there alien life out there? Now that it’s finished building its FAST radio telescope – the largest of its kind in the world – China hopes to find out.

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Six of the world’s weirdest bikes

By Cat DiStasio Bicycles are ubiquitous on most city streets, but that doesn't mean they have to be boring. Over the years we've seen some absolutely bizarre bike designs that tiptoe around the borders of insanity. Some, like this wild dinosaur-insp…
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Final Cut Pro X helps small company delight world’s biggest clients

When Trim Editing started creating music videos over a decade ago, just paying the rent was a huge accomplishment. Now, the small East London company is crafting award-winning visuals for big brands — like Audi, Nike, Adidas, and Guinness — propelled by the power of Final Cut Pro X. The video editing software’s comprehensive features allow Trim Editing to organize film and audio clips, pull together compelling projects, and make changes on the fly. “When I’m playing back an edit for a director, they’ll say, ‘Okay, let’s go and make those changes I talked about.’ I’ll say, ‘Oh, no, they’re already done,’ and we’ll jump back and watch it again. People can’t believe that I’ve magically done the change before we even finish playback,” says editor Thomas Grove Carter.
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Meet the InFocus Bingo 10, the world’s cheapest Marshmallow smartphone

U.S.-based InFocus unveiled the Bingo 10, the newest addition to its smartphone lineup that claims to be the world’s cheapest smartphone running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The phone is only available in India.

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Neit debuts world’s first collapsible, hard case suitcase

Premium quality luggage brand Néit developed a line of suitcases that can be collapsed to nearly 70 percent its original size, making it convenient to store away when it’s not in use.

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Meet the world’s smallest camera-equipped drone

The Axis Vidius is a quadcopter that fits in the palm of your hand — it's roughly 1.5 inches square — yet it's able to livestream and record video in 420p. Axis says its Vidius model is the smallest-ever camera-equipped drone, and it's so tiny that…
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Enlaps is the world’s first unlimited time-lapse photography solution

Weatherproof and self-contained, this purpose-built time-lapse Enlaps Tikee camera claims to provide “a unique, complete and intuitive solution to create quality time lapses from pictures shooting to Web sharing.”

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The world’s ‘most powerful’ smartphone isn’t, but it’s still good

One smartphone maker is learning the hard way why you shouldn't promise more than you can deliver. Yu (partly owned by India's Micromax) has unveiled the Yutopia, which it bills as the "most powerful phone on the planet." There's only one problem:…
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Pebble Time Round, the world’s thinnest and lightest circular smartwatch, is on sale Nov. 8

Pebble’s newest smartwatch, the Pebble Time Round, is not only circular, but incredibly thin and light. It’s constructed of stainless steel, retains the color e-ink technology of its predecessor, and costs $ 249.

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Boeing’s latest video explains how scientists built microlattice, the world’s lightest metal

Despite being made entirely from metal, microlattice is actually 100 times lighter than styrofoam — so light, in fact, that it can rest on top of a dandelion blossom without destroying it.

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