Geek News Links June 2014

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Scientists Create Shatterproof Phone Screens [MDConnects]
Too many of us are carrying shattered phones because screens we can’t afford new screens. However, scientists from the University of Akron may have discovered a solution to save fragile phones their dilapidated doom.

World first: Australian solar plant has generated “supercritical” steam that rivals fossil fuels’ [ScienceAlerts]
A solar thermal test plant in Newcastle, Australia, has generated “supercritical” steam at a pressure of 23.5 mpa (3400 psi) and 570°C (1,058°F). CSIRO is claiming it as a world record, and it’s a HUGE step for solar thermal energy.

Big Bang blunder bursts the multiverse bubble [Nature]
Premature hype over gravitational waves highlights gaping holes in models for the origins and evolution of the Universe

How El Niño temporarily slows the Earth’s rotation [arsTechnica]
The El Niño Southern Oscillation is a major source of year-to-year variability in Earth’s average surface temperature and, it turns out, its rotational velocity.

Engineers build nanomotor that can fit inside a human cell [ScienceDaily]
Engineers have built the fastest, smallest and longest-running nanomotor to date. The nanomotor is capable of drug delivery on a nanoscale. One day, nanomotors could lead to the development of tiny devices that seek out and treat cancer cells.

Check out the best deals for gadgets, gearbest cool gadgets [GearBest]
Great deals on Android Phablets, Phones, Tablets, tons of A/V gear and more.

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