An advanced computer model at Georgia Tech makes its prediction for the NCAA Tournament. ->
The video game, Lacuna Passage, is using real life martian landscape, as imaged by the HiRISE camera. ->
The Russian meteor and flyby of 2012 DA14 were not related -- to prove it, simulation company AGI has recreated both historic events. ->
"The Predictalator" has already run 50,000 simulations of Sunday's big game and it's chosen a winner. ->
For most Americans, this Sunday marks the beginning of Daylight Savings Time (don't forget to set your clocks back an hour!), but in New York City, it is also somewhat of a local holiday: the day of the ING New York City Marathon, which invites over 50,000 runners to run 26.2 miles around the metro...
New Facebook app allows users to create a virtual museum of their social network life.
The guys at Google X have built a processor cluster that can teach itself what a cat looks like. (Sounds like the opening scene of the next "Terminator" movie to me.)
A visualization company has produced a cool animation showing the planned launch trajectory advertised by the North Korean government.
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