Mars Panorama

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Aiming to do more than extend battery life and liven internal speakers, Lapka is an iPhone accessory that acts as a “personal environment monitor.” The wood-and-plastic components can measure humidity, temperature, radiation and electromagnetic frequency—though the most interesting feature is likely the “organicity” probe that tells users whether or not their food is organic based on the amount of nitrate levels detected.

Classic Wrecks

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As the Curiosity Mars rover makes its way around the martian desert, earthlings have been treated to plenty of stunning visuals. This 360-degree panorama shows off the view from Greeley Haven on the rim of the Endeavor crater. The panorama was stitched together from 817 images, giving off a pretty good idea of what it’s like to walk on Mars.

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

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This Week’s LAB is Sponsored by Dos Equis 1. The Burner App The new best friend to anyone wishing to make anonymous phone calls without the risk of leaving a trail, The Burner app makes it easy to make new phone numbers, track in- and outgoing calls and messages, set the life of the number and obviously burn it at a moment’s notice. 2. Water …