A year of new gadgets and wonders that greeted the world.
The A5 processor is now made in Austin, say sources.
Will it help Sony, which projects $1 billion in losses?
In October, one physicist suggested that the relativistic motion of clocks on board GPS satellites exactly accounts for the superluminal neutrino effect seen at CERN
In May, scientists revealed that infrared emissions above the epicenter increased dramatically in the days before the devastating earthquake in Japan
In January, physicists said conventional entanglement links particles across space and pointed out that a similar effect links particles through time
In July, physicists created a "hole in time" using the temporal equivalent of an invisibility cloak.
In October, a reanalysis of historical observations suggested that Earth narrowly avoided an extinction event just over a hundred years ago
In February, we saw how to generate a backward-pulling force from a forward-propagating beam
A study of the way our planet temporarily captures asteroids suggests that Earth should have at least one extra moon at any one time