Supercomputers Corroborate Einstein's e=mc2 After 103 Years

Believe it or not, but it has taken 103 years and the combined power of various of the world's top supercomputers to prove Eintein's biggest equation right, resolving e=mc2 at the scale of sub-atomic particles. The feat has been achieved by a team of French, German, and Hungarian physicists led by Laurent Lellouch at… »11/21/08 6:56pm11/21/08 6:56pm

Gizmodo Cases: Fifty Apple Mac OS X Engineers Not Really Missing

Previously, in the last episode of "Burn iPhone Burn!": anonymous Cupertino-area man going by the pseudonym of I'm Just Going to Make Up Some BS, So There!™ He Who Shall Not Be Named™ declared to Ars Technica that "Apple had 50 OS engineers working around the clock in Taipei to make sure that this shipped on time."… »4/23/07 10:10pm4/23/07 10:10pm