November 30, 2005

SpaceX’s Falcon 1 waiting patiently

SpaceX, the company funded and founded by Elon Musk with $100 million from his personal fortune is ready to make space more accessible. Well, after waiting […]
November 30, 2005

Robotic Mine Sweeper

A team of 4 innovative students from Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Mechanical Engineering have come up with what may be a ground breaking solution to a […]
November 30, 2005

Post 300

I’ve made 300 posts to this blog. I can hardly believe it. It makes me feel extra special. The whole thing with the Canadian Government dissolving […]
November 30, 2005

Martian Ice FOUND!

New Scientist Space Reports that Radar imaging by The MARS EXPRESS probe has discovered what appears to be Water Ice below the surface of the Red […]
November 30, 2005

PSP Podcast Support

Much as Steve Jobs had predicted during his keynote this summer, the popularity of podcasting and the demand for podcast downloads has exploded. Enter the Sony […]
November 30, 2005

Nokia to Launch MMOG action game

After declaring the N-gage a complete failure it had appeared that mobile phone giant Nokia had been set to retire from the game development Arena and […]
November 30, 2005

Google Personalized Search Launches Beta

Google Personalized Searched has graduated from Google Labs and entered into what will undoubtedly be a lengthy Beta. The service, now available to users of Google’s […]
November 30, 2005

Miniature Solar System Discovered

RedOrbit News reports that astronomers have discovered a minature solar system orbiting a distance brown dwarf using NASA’s state of the art Spitzner Space Telescope. The […]
November 30, 2005

Japanese robot to train doctors

Yahoo! News has a story about how ambitious Japanese researchers are developing a robot to train doctors. A research team from Nagoya University has unvieled their […]