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MIT freshmen will be getting $100 in cash when they arrive. The twist? It's in Bitcoin.
Ever wondered what a GIF really mean? That's what GIFGIF is here to tell you.
You know, in case you don't have a smart phone and don't mind looking like the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man.
You may have noticed we're fans of <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tag/graphene/">graphene</a> around here, and now we have another reason to love graphene: it may revolutionize water desalination.
Au contraire, Shiba Inu.
We've all got somebody in our lives who will forward you something, anything, no matter how stupid it is.
Have you always wanted to go to Harvard or MIT but were too dumb or too poor -- or both -- to get in.
Yep, that's Frank Thomas shooting the puck at a Chicago Blackhawks game and not immediately collapsing in agony.
Tetris is playable on pretty much everything -- consoles, computers, handhelds, phones, watches, calculators -- and now you can add MIT's iconic Green Building to its list of supported platforms.
Over the past few days, the Internet has been going nuts over Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend” Mad Men The Hunger Games iPad 3 defects porn a new fast food start-up in San Francisco that would combine technological progress and the most important food of the past 1,000 years – tacos.
Ramesh Raskar, Andreas Velten, and Moungi Bawendi at MIT have built a new imaging system that can capture videos at one trillion frames per second, meaning it can produce a slow-motion video of light in motion.
I live near MIT, I used to work near MIT's campus, and aside from the museum of hideous architecture that is Vassar Street, it looks like a normal college campus.
No, DARPA has not trained swarms of bees to attack on command.
For the first time in 20 years, Microsoft reported a smaller profit than Apple last quarter.
This fence is not as advertised, sir.
Respected Time Lord and adventurer The Doctor paid a visit to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology yesterday to lecture about the effect of temporal distortion on the quantum level, and also to kill off that Cybermen infestation that had been plaguing the Cambridge area.
MIT's <a href="http://senseable.mit.edu/">Sensable City Lab</a> has built a new solar-powered, autonomous floating robot called a Seaswarm.