gadgets
RED’s ‘Holographic Media Machine’ Feels Like an April Fools’ Joke

RED, makers of some of the most advanced cinema cameras used in Hollywood, revealed an entirely new product yesterday in the form of an Android smartphone—sorry, “Holographic Media Machine”—that lets you view 3D content without glasses, among other buzzwordy features. Read More >>

science
Scientists Just Made Hydrogen Fuel Cheaper

Chemists from the University of New South Wales have invented a new, cheap catalyst for splitting water with an electrical current to efficiently produce clean hydrogen fuel. Read More >>

transport
Could A Hydrogen-Powered Train Make Your Commute Smoother, Quieter, and Better For The Environment?

If trains are going to become any more environmentally friendly, like cars they need to beat their addiction to fossil fuels. In theory, this should be relatively easy: Trains travel on tracks, and the technology to power them by overhead rails has existed for decades (all you’d need to do is bolt a source of renewable energy on the end). In practice, however, it is much trickier as all that infrastructure is expensive. Read More >>

space
Violent Volcanoes Knocked the Moon Off Its Axis Three Billion Years Ago

A bunch of lunar volcanoes heated the Moon up so much, they changed its density, causing it to wander off its original axis aeons ago. Read More >>

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Swappable Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cartridges Could be the Future of Phone Power

A British company is making a play for the entire future of mobile power sources, claiming it has a prototype hydrogen fuel cell that's able to keep an iPhone operational for a week -- and that a world in which we buy fuel cells to recharge our phones once a week for the price of a coffee is but a few years away. Read More >>

cars
Toyota’s Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car Ready to Fail Miserably in 2015

This is the car currently known as the Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle. It's the first production hydrogen-powered car, set to launch in Japan by April 2015 and around other parts of the world by later next summer. But does your local ASDA have a hydrogen pump? Probably not. Read More >>

space
There’s a Massive River of Hydrogen Running Through Space

An astronomer from West Virginia University has discovered a never-before-seen river of hydrogen flowing through space—and it could explain why spiral galaxies keep up their pace of star formation. Read More >>

batteries
The Amazing Technologies That’ll Power the Smartphones of the Future

Battery life is the scourge of every gadget owner. No matter how pretty your shiny new toy is, you'll almost certainly spend half your waking hours fretting about when it's going to die. Thankfully, scientists across the world are working to solve this incredible first-world problem -- and here are the solutions they've come up with so far. Read More >>

science
An RC Car That Runs On Water Is a Positively Charged Step

People have been talking about running cars on water for years, but it's a slow march from science fiction to reality. Even on a small scale development is difficult. But the i-H2GO is the second revision of an all water remote controlled car that seems to actually work. Read More >>

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Myfc PowerTrekk Hydrogen Fuel Cell Lightning Review: Instant Power Anywhere, Juiced By Water

The Hydrogen-powered future of gadgets is finally here with PowerTrekk, the first consumer hydrogen fuel cell. It promises to juice-up your gadgets simply with the power of water and H2, instantly, anywhere, any time. Too good to be true, or the best thing since USB? Read More >>

transport
UK Prepares for Hydrogen Explosion (Dull Eco Car News)

Electric cars haven't exactly been flying off the forecourts of dealers across the UK, and now there's another eco technology on the way to battle for the incredibly small low-carbon car market. Get ready for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, which the government expects to hit the market in 2014 or 2015. Read More >>

science
Scientists Say They Changed Hydrogen Into a Metal; Superconducting Might Get Way Easier

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, but it's not all that useful as a gas. Two scientists say they've coaxed it to become a metal, which could be used in ways that would radically change our lives. Read More >>