when records were still popular there were all sorts of amazing gimmicks like the kyocera turntable with a concrete slab in the base for stability and it cost 1500 dollars here to buy one in
the concrete arch of a bridge is the first thing you see, spanning high above. coming from las vegas, as most visitors do, you've already left the highway that crosses that bridge. but since you can't
claire automatically backs up before the concrete slab falls and crushes the crystal ball. the security card can now be taken. when the slab rises, grab the security card and the trap will stop working, allowing you to pass freely. now, head through the steel door you passed by earlier. prison chamber ----- up ahead is a gate with a security card reader next to it; swap the security card and
applications bye-bye, blueprint: 3d modeling catches on. three-dimensional technology is changing the way buildings are designed and built--but the industry will have to change, too.
rescue efforts have now been suspended and authorities are using heavy machinery to clear the broken and crushed concrete slabs to get to the bottom floor, where emergency workers expect to find
mobile motorola will bring 'shatterproof' tech to flagship phones next year. while the droid turbo 2 smartphone is an exclusive to verizon, the technology protecting its display is not.
first was the first inch of concrete slab, from end to end-- intangible. the transformer fell with a clunk onto the second inch. slowly, amaranth moved to the second inch. then the third. then the
a powerful earthquake toppled buildings, schools and chemical plants monday in central china, killing about 10,000 people and trapping untold numbers in mounds of concrete, steel and earth in the
the pipeline owned by china's largest oil refiner, sinopec, ruptured early friday and leaked for about 15 minutes onto a city street in qingdao and into the sea before it was shut off.
twisted ropes of steel reinforcing rods were all that stopped huge concrete slabs from falling onto the scene. two concrete floors hung down in front of the building like curtains.
he has brought in a team of athletes from his native bulgaria to assemble the specially made, recently invented cubes and divers to anchor them to concrete slabs on the lake-floor, employing oil