Wired is giving away its library of images under a creative commons license because it believes information wants to be free—right?
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The search giant considers bringing its gigantism to a realm beyond search: cable TV.
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Seismic waves seem to travel faster through the eastern half of the Earth's inner core than the western half. Now two geophysicists think they know why
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Some additional comments on why safety should be a central part of any plans for an upgrade to the LHC
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Shares in the company soared on their first day of trading, but that has more to do with technical factors than the underlying prospects for the business.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week.