This planet is made of diamonds (and other things we didn’t cover)

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Have you ever seen a planet-sized diamond? [Yale]

Researchers from Yale University recently discovered a new exoplanet that’s twice the size of Earth. What makes this planet of particular interest is that it has a chemical composition that is significantly different than Earth's. In fact, scientists theorize that the planet's surface may be lined with graphite and diamonds. Crazy. [via Popular Science]

Incept yourself [Remee]

We’ve seen crazy DIY goggles that let you take control of your dreams in the past, but now there’s a commercial version of this eyewear for those who want to make their own Inception-style sleeping adventures. The Remee is a sleeping mask equipped with six LEDs that can trigger a state of lucid dreaming in which you know you are dreaming. Even crazier. [via Gizmodo]

Raspberry Pi comes with double the RAM, but at the same low price [PCWorld]

Need another reason to plunk down $35 to buy a RaspberryPi Model B? The Raspberry Pi Foundation gave its mini PC a boost and doubled its memory to 512MB, but kept the price the same. If you ordered a Raspberry Pi but haven't gotten it yet, fear not; you'll get the memory upgrade for no additional charge.

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