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Ruby-studded handmade bike is fit for a King   

Every year at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, there seems to be one bike that particularly attracts the photo-takers and question-askers. At this year's show, held in Hartford, Connecticut, that bike would probably be Helio Ascari's exquisite King Plus... Continue Reading Ruby-studded handmade bike is fit for a King Category: Bicycles Tags: Handbuilt Luxury NAHBS 2018 Related Articles:

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2018-02-17 08:22:47



Mercedes' 1,000+ hp Project One hypercar inspires 3,100-hp powerboat   

For more than a decade, Mercedes and Cigarette Racing have been creating some cross-industry synergy, a collaboration that has resulted in eight special edition boats inspired by Mercedes sports cars. There have been some superlative machines, including the AMG Electric Drive Concept and the GT S Concept, and now that Mercedes-AMG is busy building its most advanced hypercar of all time, it follows that the ninth team-up boat is just as cutting edge. With 3,100-hp of Mercury Racing en

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2018-02-17 03:21:01



Giant nerves key to cuttlefish's incredible camouflage capability   

The cuttlefish is often called the chameleon of the sea, but where the land-based version can only change its color, the sepia-squirting, tentacled one can change its skin texture as well as its tint in seconds. How it does this has been a mystery, but scientists from the Marine Biological Laboratory and the University of Cambridge have found that the cuttlefish controls its stealth ability using a giant neural circuit that similar to the one that squids use to control their iridesce

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2018-02-17 01:15:52



Dyson engineers raid parts cupboard for orchestral debut   

Engineers from Dyson have built a bunch of novel instruments for an orchestral piece by musician David Roche. Digital motors, vacuum cleaners, air purifiers and bladeless fans were all stripped down, mashed up and merged with other instruments to produce notes and harmonies that will accompany the Orion Orchestra for a premier performance at London's Cadogan Hall this weekend... Continue Reading Dyson engineers raid parts cupboard for orchestral debut Category: Music Tags:

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2018-02-16 10:43:16



Helipads, hot tubs and high-def TVs: Furrion concept glampers get luxury overload   

During the annual melee of CES 2018, the world seemed to have largely overlooked one of the largest, most tech-packed debuts of the show. Lifestyle technology company Furrion revealed an all-out glamping tractor-trailer packed with everything from a restaurant-level kitchen to a complete smarthome-like entertainment system. A combination of a fifth wheel trailer and a sleeper semi cab, the new concept joined Furrion's 2017 Elysium, an A-list Type A motorhome concept with built-in hel

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2018-02-16 06:35:42



Kia drops the apostrophe and adds the tech on all-new Ceed   

Kia has taken the wraps off its third generation Ceed ahead of next month's Geneva Motor Show. The hatchback gets a selection of new engine options, a host of driver assist technology and a sporty exterior makeover and a subtle name change... Continue Reading Kia drops the apostrophe and adds the tech on all-new Ceed Category: Automotive Tags: Geneva Motor Show 2018 Kia Related Articles: Corbellati puts

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2018-02-16 05:46:08



Netflix, MoviePass and how technology is radically redefining the movie business   

As Netflix steps into blockbuster movie territory and MoviePass brings new disruptions to an old theatrical model, we're witnessing a transformative moment for the movie business. What can movie theaters do to rekindle their dwindling audiences? Is the answer in the very same technology that is threatening its existence?.. Continue Reading Netflix, MoviePass and how technology is radically redefining the movie business Category: Home Entertainment Tags: Movie

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2018-02-16 05:20:11



Guntu floating hotel offers breathtaking voyages across the Seto Inland Sea   

Japanese architectural studio Yasushi Horibe has recently completed a stunning hotel located in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan. Dubbed "Guntu", the luxury floating hotel is inspired by traditional Japanese architecture and boasts gorgeous wooden interiors, while offering the perfect atmosphere to enjoy the serenity of its surrounds... Continue Reading Guntu floating hotel offers breathtaking voyages across the Seto Inland Sea Category: Architecture Tags: Cruise

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2018-02-16 04:18:27



Catalina tiny house offers flexibility and off-grid freedom   

The flagship model of Gresham, Oregon-based Tiny Innovations is called the Catalina. The towable dwelling is offered in three different sizes and its layout can be tweaked to suit, including the number of bedrooms required. The tiny house can also run off-the-grid with an optional solar power setup. .. Continue Reading Catalina tiny house offers flexibility and off-grid freedom Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home House Micro-Hous

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2018-02-16 03:09:11



"Nano-factories" produce anti-cancer drugs from inside tumors   

Like the horse of Troy, scientists at the Technion have developed a way to sneak synthetic cells right into tumor tissue, where they then begin producing cancer-fighting proteins from the inside. The technique was tested in both cell cultures and in mice, and found to be an effective treatment in both cases... Continue Reading "Nano-factories" produce anti-cancer drugs from inside tumors Category: Medical Tags: Cancer Cells Healt

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2018-02-16 02:55:56



Graphene filter makes even Sydney Harbour water drinkable   

Among graphene's long list of superpowers, filtering water may be one of the most directly beneficial. Now a team of Australian scientists has demonstrated how effective a specially-designed form of graphene can be at purifying water with a pretty challenging test: the filter made water from Sydney Harbour safe to drink in one step... Continue Reading Graphene filter makes even Sydney Harbour water drinkable Category: Materials Tags: Australia

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2018-02-16 02:28:15



All in the genes: Food fit for a warming world   

New research out of the UK's John Innes Centre suggests that it may be possible to engineer cauliflower, broccoli, rapeseed, and other crops, so they're better suited to farming in a world beset by climate change. The key is in the gene that influences how these plants release their seeds. By tweaking this gene's figurative thermostat, this seed dispersal could be made to happen at higher temperatures, increasing crop yields in warming climes... Continue Reading All in the genes: Fo

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2018-02-16 02:15:50



Study begins on first Hyperloop to cross US state lines   

There are quite a few feasibility studies being carried out with regard to potential Hyperloop systems, but another announced today might be of interest to US folks that like the sound of subsonic ground travel, particularly those in Illinois and Ohio. Startup Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has signed an agreement with local authorities to start investigating an interstate system for the first time in the US, a tube that would link the cities of Cleveland and Chicago... Conti

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2018-02-16 02:03:22



Dual-armed robot to lend a helping hand or two come cucumber harvesting time   

The simple cucumber may be delicious on a salad or in a sandwich, but getting it to the table is a labor-intensive and increasingly expensive job, to the point where countries like Germany are in danger of seeing domestic cultivation move abroad. To keep German cucumber farms viable, the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (IPK) is developing a simple, lightweight, and intelligent two-armed robot to automate harvesting of the vegetable... Continue Readi

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2018-02-15 20:56:01



Dads could be passing on genes that advance onset of ovarian cancer   

Past studies have revealed that when a woman develops ovarian cancer, her sister has a higher risk of also developing the disease than her mother. This was difficult to explain, but researchers at the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center have discovered that a newly identified mutation on the X-chromosome, passed down from the father, may be linked to an earlier onset of ovarian cancer in women and higher rates of prostate cancer in men... Continue Reading Dads could be passing

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2018-02-15 17:34:24



Spiral galaxy NGC 3344 sparkles in glorious new Hubble image   

The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a stunningly detailed view of the weakly barred spiral galaxy NGC 3344, which is located some 20 million light-years away in the direction of the "Lion Cub" constellation, Leo Minor. NGC 3344 is roughly half the size of our own Milky Way galaxy, and belongs to a relatively small spur of galaxies associated with the Virgo Supercluster, which is composed of several thousand of the vast cosmic structures. .. Continue Reading Spiral galaxy NGC 33

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2018-02-15 17:26:49



Scientists lay eyes on the inner workings of the Northern Lights for the first time   

As far as natural light shows go, few come more spectacular than the legendary Northern Lights. Folks have been peering up at these awe-inspiring auroras for thousands of years, but until now the inner workings of these sub-atomic showers have been subject to some (very) educated guesswork. For the first time, scientists in Japan have now directly observed the mechanics of the Northern Lights, confirming once and for all a long-held hypothesis and furthering our understanding of one

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2018-02-15 10:11:33



Stanford breakthrough uses stem cells to create possible cancer vaccine   

An impressive new study from researchers at Stanford University has found that mice injected with inactivated induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) display significant immune system responses to a variety of cancers. If the study can be replicated in humans this research could pave the way for a groundbreaking personalized cancer treatment that essentially vaccinates patients against many types of tumors... Continue Reading Stanford breakthrough uses stem cells to create possible c

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2018-02-15 06:14:17



Photons entangled to make new form of light   

Photons, the elementary particles that make up light, are known to be fast, weightless and to not interact with each other. But in new experiments, physicists at MIT and Harvard have now created a new form of light, demonstrating that groups of photons can be made to interact with each other, slow down and gain mass... Continue Reading Photons entangled to make new form of light Category: Physics Tags: Harvard Light MIT

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2018-02-15 05:22:12



Pro Drybag 2.0 extreme sports backpack is waterproof down to 50 meters   

This super-rugged series of backpacks and bags offers a waterproof rating down to 50 meters (164 ft), and floats so well you can use it as a makeshift life raft. And it's got other tricks up its sleeve, like an inflatable shockproof liner for your delicate electronics. .. Continue Reading Pro Drybag 2.0 extreme sports backpack is waterproof down to 50 meters Category: Outdoors Tags: Backpacks Bags Indiegogo Waterpr

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2018-02-15 05:12:24



The super-black building that absorbs light: Asif Khan's Vantablack Winter Olympics Pavillion   

Back in 2014, the "blackest" material ever produced was revealed. Dubbed Vantablack, this material absorbed 99.96 percent of light that hit it. Now designer Asif Khan has created a stunning pavilion spray-painted with Vantablack for the Winter Olympics commissioned by Hyundai... Continue Reading The super-black building that absorbs light: Asif Khan's Vantablack Winter Olympics Pavillion Category: Architecture Tags: Materials Olympics

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2018-02-15 05:06:49



Fujifilm's X Series mirrorless camera range gets a new flagship   

Fujifilm has unveiled what it's calling its highest performance camera in its X Series range of mirrorless cameras. Building on the impressive feature set of 2016's X-T2 flagship, the X-H1 gains in-body image stabilization and advanced video recording features which are sure to please movie makers... Continue Reading Fujifilm's X Series mirrorless camera range gets a new flagship Category: Digital Cameras Tags: 4K UHD FUJIFILM Mi

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2018-02-15 04:55:45



India's TVS floats Zeppelin hybrid-electric cruiser concept at Auto Expo   

India's TVS Motor Company isn't a well known brand internationally, but it should certainly be considered a heavyweight. Put it this way: Suzuki sold 1.367 million bikes in 2017, while TVS knocks off over three million annually, including the BMW G310R, for which BMW chose TVS as its first outsourced manufacturing partner. So it's no backyard operation that has come up with the TVS Zeppelin, a hybrid concept cruiser revealed at Auto Expo 2018 in New Delhi... Continue Reading India's

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2018-02-15 04:08:43



Astronomers bring Andromeda down to size   

Five decades of common knowledge about the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies has been turned on its head, with astronomers at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) discovering that our nearest galactic neighbor, rather than being two to three times bigger, is roughly the same size as the galaxy we call home... Continue Reading Astronomers bring Andromeda down to size Category: Space Tags: Andromeda Galaxy Astronomy

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2018-02-15 03:58:15



Fleets of mini-drones form airborne Lego creations in flight   

We've seen efforts to combine drones and Lego before with the Flybrix kits, which set the plastic creations in flight, let owners crash them and rebuild again. But a new system developed by scientists at Queen's University takes a different, and arguably more impressive, approach, by turning the drones themselves into "Lego bricks" which arrange in a desired formation during flight. .. Continue Reading Fleets of mini-drones form airborne Lego creations in flight Category: Drones

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2018-02-15 03:51:03



Conceptual towers stand high above Manhattan's flood line   

If sea levels keep rising over the coming decades, where does that leave buildings located in coastal cities like New York City? This is a question addressed by NYC-based firm DFA with its conceptual design for a cluster of flood-resistant residential high-rises in Manhattan... Continue Reading Conceptual towers stand high above Manhattan's flood line Category: Architecture Tags: Concept Architecture Flooding New York

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2018-02-15 01:46:50



MWC 2018: What to expect from the biggest phone show of the year   

It's almost time for Mobile World Congress again, the annual event held in Barcelona where the biggest names in phones and mobile get together to show off their latest gadgets. The event kicks off with a press day on February 25, and we're expecting more than one flagship to make its debut... Continue Reading MWC 2018: What to expect from the biggest phone show of the year Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Mobile Mobile World Congress 2018

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2018-02-15 01:43:29



Titanium helps perovskite solar cells do a lead detox   

Over the last few years, perovskite has proven itself to be a promising material for photovoltaic solar cells, but it's not without its problems. Now, a team from Brown University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) has found a way to helps solve at least one of those issues, removing toxic lead from the device by substituting in titanium... Continue Reading Titanium helps perovskite solar cells do a lead detox Category: Energy Tags: Brown Universi...

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2018-02-15 01:41:55



Astronomers image 40-light-year-wide space donut   

The supermassive black holes lurking at the center of galaxies have been known to chow down on anything unlucky enough to pass too close, but the opportunity to see that in action rarely occurs at the Milky Way's quiet core. Now, astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) observatory in Chile have imaged a very active black hole at the center of spiral galaxy M77, which is apparently feasting on the universe's largest donut... Continue Reading Astronom

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2018-02-15 01:14:42



Cotton waste converted into eco-friendly aerogel   

Scientists from the National University of Singapore have found a new use for unwanted clothing and other cotton-based fabric waste - they've devised a method of converting it into an aerogel. Among other things, the ultralight material could be used to keep water bottles cold, and to control bleeding from deep wounds... Continue Reading Cotton waste converted into eco-friendly aerogel Category: Materials Tags: Aerogels Cotton ...

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2018-02-14 21:45:54



Wooden electric balance bike wants to be your Big Buddy   

Last year we heard about the Draisine 200.0, a one-off wooden electric balance bike for adults. Well, if you wished that you could buy something like it, now is your chance. The Slovenian-made Big Buddy Bike has a tempered wooden frame, it's adult-sized, and it's an electric balance bike - of a sort... Continue Reading Wooden electric balance bike wants to be your Big Buddy Category: Bicycles Tags: Electric Bicycle Kickstarter ...

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2018-02-14 12:29:47



New study reverses Alzheimer's in mice, while similar big clinical trial fails   

A new study has successfully reversed both the biological and behavioral hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease in mouse models. The research found that slowly depleting the presence of a certain enzyme can reverse the formation of amyloid plaques in the brain. Illustrating the tricky path current Alzheimer's research faces, the study was published literally hours after giant pharmaceutical company Merck announced the cancellation of a Phase 3 clinical trial surrounding a drug that targets

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2018-02-14 12:11:13



Magic Leap brings its AR goggles to NBA games   

After years spent in stealth mode, Magic Leap finally revealed its augmented reality (AR) goggles in December last year, and bit by bit we're gaining a clearer picture of the headset's functionality. The company has today announced a new partnership with the NBA, which will enable sports fans to view augmented replays of on-court action in three dimensions... Continue Reading Magic Leap brings its AR goggles to NBA games Category: VR Tags: Augmented Reality

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2018-02-14 12:05:45



100 most interesting lots at Paris Rétromobile 2018 auctions   

Retromobile has been running at Parc des Expositions de la Porte de Versailles in Paris since 1976, when the most expensive car in the world cost less than $100,000 and long before the term retro had become fashionable. It is hence the center of the collector car universe and one of those places where auctions truly can throw up some remarkable objets d'automotive art. This year it did not disappoint... Continue Reading 100 most interesting lots at Paris Retromobile 2018 auctions ...

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2018-02-14 11:40:50



EagleRay amphibious fixed-wing drone is at home in sea or sky   

As the old saying goes, there's plenty of drones in the sea, and of course the skies are full of them too. We're increasingly seeing drones that cross over between those two worlds, and now engineers from North Carolina State University have developed the EagleRay XAV, an amphibious fixed-wing drone that can fly or dive as needed... Continue Reading EagleRay amphibious fixed-wing drone is at home in sea or sky Category: Drones Tags: Aerial Dive

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2018-02-14 11:16:52



NASA sends piece of Mars back to Mars   

In the ultimate example of sending coals to Newcastle, NASA is sending a piece of Mars back to the Red Planet on the Mars 2020 rover mission. The space agency's including a meteorite that had its origin on Mars may seem odd, but the purpose is completely practical as the sample will act as a calibration target for one of the mission's main instruments... Continue Reading NASA sends piece of Mars back to Mars Category: Space Tags: Mars Mars 2020

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2018-02-14 10:57:22



First diagnostic blood test for concussion passed by the FDA   

The first diagnostic blood test to evaluate the severity of a concussion has been approved for marketing by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The blood test can accurately and quickly identify patients with brain tissue damage, or intracranial lesions, following a head injury without the need for an expensive and time-consuming CT scan... Continue Reading First diagnostic blood test for concussion passed by the FDA Category: Medical Tags: Blood

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2018-02-14 09:23:43



Panasonic aims for the long game with ZS200 travel compact   

Panasonic has announced a new addition to its Travel Zoom series cameras. The Lumix DMC-ZS200 compact retains the 1-inch sensor and 4K video skills of the ZS100 compact from 2016, but gets longer zoom capabilities and a longer battery life... Continue Reading Panasonic aims for the long game with ZS200 travel compact Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Compact Lumix Panasonic Photography Travel

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2018-02-14 05:53:21



Mercedes ups the new G-Class' performance with G 63   

Known in the US as "that expensive Jeep" and globally as the "G Wagon," the Mercedes-Benz G Class has been the statement of choice for celebrities and militaries since the 1970s. With the new G being unveiled late last year, we waited with baited breath for the AMG variant. And here it is... Continue Reading Mercedes ups the new G-Class' performance with G 63 Category: Automotive Tags: AMG Mercedes Mercedes-AMG Mer

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2018-02-14 05:22:13



Self-flying Skydio drone tracks its subject through the trees   

Follow me modes have been a welcome addition to camera drones in recent years, but they still fall well short of promise of the aircraft automatically weaving between trees and creating beautifully smooth imagery of their subjects. But if the demo footage that accompanies the newly announced Skydio R1 drone is anything to go by, such entirely handsfree forms of fantastical film-making could soon be a reality... Continue Reading Self-flying Skydio drone tracks its subject through the

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2018-02-14 04:14:11



Fiftyten's three-piece truck back hauls cargo and camps in the backcountry   

ISPO Brandnew Award winner Fiftyten is bringing a modular expedition camper system to Land Cruisers, Hiluxes, Amaroks and other double-cab pickup trucks. Its three-piece cargo and camping system slides a flat bed, canopy and roof tent atop the truck chassis of your choosing, providing a versatile way of hauling gear and sleeping people, adjusted to each individual adventure. Whether you're setting out for an afternoon of biking or a multi-week expedition across the hinterlands, you'l

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2018-02-14 02:45:39



Magnetic microbot flip-flops through tricky terrain in the body   

If tiny robots are going to one day be making fantastic voyages through our bodies, they'll need to learn how to tackle the treacherous terrain in there. Engineers at Purdue University have developed a new magnetic mini-robot named microTUM, which moves by tumbling end over end and can clamber over bumps, trenches and hills, in wet or dry conditions... Continue Reading Magnetic microbot flip-flops through tricky terrain in the body Category: Robotics Tags: Dr

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2018-02-14 02:36:49



Review: 2018 BMW M550i brings pure elegance to the fun   

There are a few things that BMW is very good at, and one of those is providing plenty of get-go in a beautiful package. The new-generation 5 Series is a great sedan to start with, but add in the goodness of a twin-turbo V8 and there's even more to love about this beautiful sedan... Continue Reading Review: 2018 BMW M550i brings pure elegance to the fun Category: Automotive Tags: BMW Reviews Self-Driving Related Articles:

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2018-02-14 02:15:45



Ocean Cleanup Project moves into old naval station ahead of mid-year deployment   

The Ocean Cleanup Project is continuing to zero in on its primary target, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, today announcing it has leased space at a former naval station to begin assembling its first giant trash-collecting booms. Its team will start putting them together at the San Francisco Bay site, which will double as a basecamp for a launch that has been years in the making... Continue Reading Ocean Cleanup Project moves into old naval station ahead of mid-year deployment Ca

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2018-02-14 02:04:22



Solowheel's latest innovation is (daft as) a brush   

In surely the tech innovation of the year so far, the team behind the Solowheel electric unicycle has unveiled a learning aid that sweeps away all competition. The Solowheel Brush deploys large brushes where you might expect trainer wheels, providing similar stability but without inhibiting steering... Continue Reading Solowheel's latest innovation is (daft as) a brush Category: Urban Transport Tags: Kickstarter Safety Solowheel

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2018-02-14 01:57:39



Tiny house design competition winners reveal modular delights   

Ryterna modul is a Lithuania-based company that produces mobile constructions, containers and modular buildings. For a few years now the company has also run an architectural competition centered around different design challenges. This year, the task set to participants was to design a tiny house with some very specific parameters, and after evaluating 150 entries, the top four prizewinning entries have been revealed... Continue Reading Tiny house design competition winners reveal

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2018-02-14 01:26:32



Panasonic's compact GX9 gets high-end sensor, dual stabilization   

Panasonic's enthusiast-grade compact Micro 4/3rds street and travel shooter gets a solid upgrade with a 20-megapixel, low-pass filter-free sensor, dual in-lens/in-body stabilization, tilting EVF and live view screen, Bluetooth, WiFi and creative shooting modes - in a smaller and nicer-looking body than ever... Continue Reading Panasonic's compact GX9 gets high-end sensor, dual stabilization Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Cameras Micro Four Thi

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2018-02-14 01:11:47



Butterfly wings, micro-bubbles and placenta pop-art feature in Science Photography competition winners   

The top prize in an annual science photography competition run by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) in the UK has been taken out by a remarkable image of a single atom. The competition, in its fifth year, received over 100 entries that highlight the breadth and beauty in the worlds of science and engineering... Continue Reading Butterfly wings, micro-bubbles and placenta pop-art feature in Science Photography competition winners Category: Science T

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2018-02-13 21:54:47



Duo tattles on thieves by texting you   

If you've got something that needs protecting, there are a number of Bluetooth or Wi-Fi-connected portable theft alarms that you can buy. The folks at Simtek don't think those communications systems are reliable enough, however, which is why they developed the cellular-enabled Duo... Continue Reading Duo tattles on thieves by texting you Category: Around The Home Tags: Related Articles: Electronic outdoor lock tattles on thieves

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2018-02-13 16:12:49



Edible graphene could embed RFID tags in food   

Graphene is extremely thin and strong, a great conductor of heat and electricity, is antibacterial and can even hunt down cancer - and now you can have your wonder material and eat it, too. The lab of James Tour at Rice University has demonstrated a way to etch graphene onto food like bread and potatoes, as well as materials like cardboard and cloth, where it could then act as an RFID tag... Continue Reading Edible graphene could embed RFID tags in food Category: Materials T...

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2018-02-13 13:31:53



Tiny house can squeeze in a king, queen and Le Petit Prince   

Baluchon doesn't go in for fun gimmicks or fancy tech. Instead, the French firm seems to focus its efforts on putting as much home into as small a space as possible while abiding by France's strict laws that only allow relatively small and light tiny houses. This is the case with its latest model, Le Petit Prince, a towable dwelling that shoehorns in dining and sleeping space for up to three people... Continue Reading Tiny house can squeeze in a king, queen and Le Petit Prince Ca

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2018-02-13 12:35:14



Creepy Furby Organ turns dream build into disturbing reality   

We've seen a number of frankly odd creations from serial synth scientist Sam Battle of Look Mum No Computer over the years, including a bike/analog synth hybrid and a Jacob's Ladder drum machine. His latest build has been a labor of love for about 7 years, and turns a bunch of cute and cuddly robot toys from the late 1990s into the stuff of horror movie nightmares... Continue Reading Creepy Furby Organ turns dream build into disturbing reality Category: Music Tags:

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2018-02-13 11:20:14



Singapore skyscraper will burst at the seams with greenery   

Italy's Carlo Ratti Associates (CRA) and Danish firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) have collaborated on an interesting new skyscraper currently under construction in Singapore. Rising to 280 m (918 ft) the building will be jam-packed with greenery, and feature trees jutting out of its facade. .. Continue Reading Singapore skyscraper will burst at the seams with greenery Category: Architecture Tags: BIG Building and Construction Car

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2018-02-13 11:09:24



US seeks to privatize its share in the International Space Station   

In one of the most remarkable handovers in the history of space exploration, the Trump administration has proposed handing the American commitment to the International Space Station (ISS) over to private enterprise. In a statement by acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot, the proposed US$19 billion NASA budget for Fiscal Year 2019 emphasizes a policy shift toward exploration missions that includes a proposal to cease direct participation by the US government in space station ope

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2018-02-13 11:02:38



Hybrid shovel doubles as an emergency backcountry shelter   

One of the innovative young brands that really impressed during the recent ISPO Munich show, Advenate has developed several multipurpose tools for backcountry snow sports. The headliner is an avalanche shovel that includes a probe in its handle and a light, compact emergency shelter in its blade. The shovel links together with the probe and two ski poles, pitching a personal bivy sack capable of surviving cold high-alpine nights... Continue Reading Hybrid shovel doubles as an emerge

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2018-02-13 10:26:48



Virtual Biobank revolutionizes access to human cancer tissues   

"Knowledge is power," but in the fight against cancer, the quest for more knowledge is often hampered by limited access to clinical biopsy samples. Researchers from the University of Newcastle and the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) have potentially transformed the way scientists access human cancer tissues, with the world's first virtual platform to host 3D copies... Continue Reading Virtual Biobank revolutionizes access to human cancer tissues Category: Medical Tags

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2018-02-13 10:12:36



PocketSprite is tiny on size, big on game selection   

According to its creators, the currently-crowdfunding PocketSprite is the world's smallest playable emulation device. It isn't just tiny, though - it plays all Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Sega Master System, and Game Gear games, plus users can upload other games via Wi-Fi... Continue Reading PocketSprite is tiny on size, big on game selection Category: Games Tags: Crowdfunding Video Games World's Smallest Related Article...

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2018-02-13 08:39:33



Study finds some facial recognition systems only accurate for white male faces   

A new study from MIT and Stanford University researchers has found that three commercial facial analysis programs demonstrated significant error rates determining the gender of any subject that wasn't white and male... Continue Reading Study finds some facial recognition systems only accurate for white male faces Category: Computers Tags: Algorithms Facial Recognition MIT Related Articles:

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2018-02-13 05:45:54



Brain scans show why people get aggressive after a drink or two   

It's common knowledge that a drink or two can lower inhibitions and result in people becoming aggressive and violent. Researchers from the University of New South Wales in Australia are asking why, using MRI scans to trace which part of the brain controls aggression... Continue Reading Brain scans show why people get aggressive after a drink or two Category: Biology Tags: Alcohol Brain MRI University of New South

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2018-02-13 05:39:41



LG is preparing its own smartphone AI in time for Mobile World Congress   

Apple has Siri, Google has Google Assistant, Samsung has Bixby ... and LG will soon have a smartphone AI to call its own too. The company is launching a suite of artificial intelligence tools, covering image processing and voice recognition, in time for Mobile World Congress at the end of the month... Continue Reading LG is preparing its own smartphone AI in time for Mobile World Congress Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Artificial Intelligence

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2018-02-13 05:11:48



Tesla Roadster carries Asimov sci-fi classic to the stars   

It's always good to take a good book on a long road trip and it seems that SpaceX considered this when it recently shot a Tesla Roadster into interplanetary space. Along with the spacesuited Starman dummy driver and a miniature version of the Roadster, the company included a copy of Isaac Asimov's sci fi epic, The Foundation Trilogy. Instead of a dog-eared paperback stuffed into the glovebox, the trilogy is actually laser etched on a quartz disc called an "Arch library," which is d

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2018-02-13 04:54:27



Augmented Climbing puts video games on an indoor rockclimbing wall   

Indoor rock climbing is excellent fun all by itself - but that doesn't mean it can't be more fun if you make a video game out of it. Augmented Climbing projects interactive images onto the climbing wall so you can play a bunch of different games as you work out... Continue Reading Augmented Climbing puts video games on an indoor rockclimbing wall Category: Sports Tags: Exercise Video Games Related Articles:

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2018-02-13 04:53:20



Snøhetta's ring-shaped Svart to be the Arctic Circle's first energy-positive hotel   

The Norwegian architecture firm behind Europe's first underwater restaurant has shared designs for an energy-positive hotel in the Arctic Circle, the first of its kind. Snøhetta's sustainable Svart hotel takes advantage of its spectacular surroundings by hosting guests in a ring-shaped structure with panoramic views, and aims to preserve the natural beauty by keeping its environmental footprint to a minimum. .. Continue Reading Snøhetta's ring-shaped Svart to be the Arctic Circle'...

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2018-02-13 04:41:33



25-year study shows sea level rise is accelerating   

A team of scientists has studied 25 years' worth of satellite data, and calculated that the sea level isn't rising at a steady rate, it's accelerating. If the trend continues, the total sea level rise could be twice as high as previous projections by 2100... Continue Reading 25-year study shows sea level rise is accelerating Category: Environment Tags: climate change Goddard Space Flight Center NASA National Centre

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2018-02-13 04:41:21



"Olympic Destroyer" malware attack on Winter Olympics opening ceremony confirmed   

On Saturday the 10th of February, shortly before the Winter Olympics opening ceremony was set to commence, the official Pyeongchang 2018 website went down. Spectators attending the event were unable to print their tickets, while at the official media center inside the stadium the Wi-Fi dropped out, leaving reporters unable to report on the event. .. Continue Reading "Olympic Destroyer" malware attack on Winter Olympics opening ceremony confirmed Category: Computers Tags:

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2018-02-13 04:18:31



Blackmagic reveals 4K video camera for broadcasters on a budget   

Blackmagic design has launched what it's calling the world's most affordable and flexible pro-level UHD broadcast camera. Suited to both studio and field work, the URSA Broadcast comes in much cheaper than DSLR's like Nikon's flagship D5 or Canon's EOS-1D X Mark II, at under $3,500... Continue Reading Blackmagic reveals 4K video camera for broadcasters on a budget Category: Digital Cameras Tags: 4K UHD Blackmagic Design Broadcast

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2018-02-13 03:19:58



OliLight hiking lamp sends a distress signal when disaster strikes   

Wearable safety lamps that take a more rounded approach in order to spread more light is something we've seen a bit of lately, but the OliLight takes things a little further. It is essentially a LED strip that can be worn like a belt for 360-degree illumination, and also doubles as a personal rescue beacon should you get into trouble in the wilderness... Continue Reading OliLight hiking lamp sends a distress signal when disaster strikes Category: Outdoors Tags:

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2018-02-13 03:19:55



New research into CAR-T cell therapy could extend its use to solid cancers   

New research into CAR-T cell therapy by researchers at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI) has revealed crucial mechanisms that could help the immunotherapy technique, which is currently only effective against blood cancers, be adapted for the treatment of brain tumors and other forms of solid cancers... Continue Reading New research into CAR-T cell therapy could extend its use to solid cancers Category: Medical Tags: Brain cancer

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2018-02-13 03:17:49



Tentsile goes solo with new UNA tree tent   

We've watched Tentsile grow from a single-product start-up to a global authority in tree camping offering a full line of tree tents and accessories. One thing still missing in its lineup is a solo tree tent that can swing head to head with the numerous solo hammock shelters out there. It won't be missing for long, though, as Tentsile is preparing to launch the UNA. .. Continue Reading Tentsile goes solo with new UNA tree tent Category: Outdoors Tags: Campin

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2018-02-13 02:49:19



Cleo isn't like other drones   

When Canadian engineers Omar Eleryan and Simon Czarnota first tried flying a regular drone, they were put off by how big, loud, hard to control and potentially dangerous it was. That prompted them to form Cleo Robotics, and develop the donut-shaped Cleo drone... Continue Reading Cleo isn't like other drones Category: Drones Tags: Drone safety Related Articles: Drone design features an autorotating body

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2018-02-13 02:33:30



Range Rover drives up the 45-degree, 99-step staircase to the spectacular Heaven's Gate   

We don't have a tech angle for this one, it's just a super cool piece of filmmaking built around a death-defying 4WD stunt, filmed in one of the world's most spectacular locations and sprinkled with shameless marketing hype. And the video is terrific... Continue Reading Range Rover drives up the 45-degree, 99-step staircase to the spectacular Heaven's Gate Category: Automotive Tags: Range Rover Video Related Articles:

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2018-02-13 01:42:09



App-controlled terrarium puts on a sound and lightning show   

Sometimes there's nothing nicer than curling up in front of the window with a coffee and staring out at the rain or the sunset - but the weather can be notoriously uncooperative. A new smart terrarium called SmartTerra could act as your personal app-controlled window, simulating rainstorms, sunrises and sunsets on demand... Continue Reading App-controlled terrarium puts on a sound and lightning show Category: Around The Home Tags: Home Home d...

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2018-02-12 19:53:53



Freediving goggles work by "leaking" under pressure   

Freedivers - those people who dive to great depths without an air supply - typically have to use masks instead of less bulky, more hydrodynamic goggles. A group of Italian entrepreneurs have set out to change that, however, by designing goggles that take on water as they go deeper... Continue Reading Freediving goggles work by "leaking" under pressure Category: Outdoors Tags: Diving Goggles Indiegogo Swimming ...

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2018-02-12 17:22:27



After you: Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robot now opens doors for its friends   

Readers familiar with the latest season of Netflix series Black Mirror, in which a four-legged robot mercilessly seeks out and destroys our human protagonists, may want to look away now. Readers that are not may still want to look away now. It appears a secure door is no match for the fast-evolving SpotMini from Boston Dynamics... Continue Reading After you: Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robot now opens doors for its friends Category: Robotics Tags: Boston Dynami

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2018-02-12 17:10:31



Porsche starts 3D-printing new parts for old cars   

If you've got a rare older car, then you'll know how hard it can be to find parts. While it's possible for suppliers to make compatible spare parts using traditional production tools, doing so isn't very efficient if only a few are needed. With this in mind, Porsche Classic (which is a division of the Porsche company) has begun 3D-printing the things... Continue Reading Porsche starts 3D-printing new parts for old cars Category: Automotive Tags: 3D Printing

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2018-02-12 16:53:10



Chicago Auto Show 2018 roundup: photos tell it all   

The Chicago Auto Show is not known for glitzy debuts or glamorous concept car unveilings. Instead, it's a more laid back, informative show with manufacturers and dealerships showing off their latest models for the new model year as well as a glimpse of what's to come. This year's show had a few new things to reveal; but, for the most part, it's all about the everyday bread and butter of the automotive world. Here are some highlights... Continue Reading Chicago Auto Show 2018 roundup

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2018-02-12 14:39:24



Wireless stethoscope made for monitoring asthma at home   

If your child has a respiratory illness such as asthma, then visits to the doctor may be fairly frequent. A team of scientists from Poland's Adam Mickiewicz University are attempting to make them a little less so, though, with a use-at-home wireless stethoscope known as StethoMe... Continue Reading Wireless stethoscope made for monitoring asthma at home Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Asthma Diagnostic devices Related Articles:

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2018-02-12 11:37:32



Flexible, sensor-packed e-skin can be healed when damaged and recycled when no longer needed   

The next generation of fitness trackers and health monitors may not be little boxes we wear around our necks or on our wrists, they could be flexible wearables or temporary tattoos. But when such devices get damaged, they'll need to be replaced. And when they're no longer needed, they'll end up on the growing mountain of e-waste. Researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder have developed an electronic skin embedded with a host of sensors that can be bent and twisted to custom

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2018-02-12 06:12:50



Sub-$10K Emflux One electric sportsbike makes some mighty claims   

An Indian startup has put its first electric sportsbike prototype on display at the 2018 Auto Expo in New Delhi. The Emflux One has a claimed top speed of 120mph, a range between 90-120 miles at road speeds, and a price under US$10,000. It hits 62mph in 3 seconds and charges to 80% in 36 minutes... Continue Reading Sub-$10K Emflux One electric sportsbike makes some mighty claims Category: Motorcycles Tags: Electric Motorcycles Emflux

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2018-02-12 05:11:59



Massive game of Pong uses LiDAR to turn human players into paddles   

After a year of development, design firm Moment Factory has successfully realized GRiD, a large-scale, real-life version of Pong. The game uses LiDAR to track player movements, letting teams of two act as paddles on a giant projected game board... Continue Reading Massive game of Pong uses LiDAR to turn human players into paddles Category: Games Tags: Game LIDAR Pong Projector Related Articles:

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2018-02-12 05:04:39



Scientists interrupt protein partnership that helps cancer spread   

Part of what makes cancer so hard to fight is the Whack-A-Mole game it can present. Even if the primary tumor is removed, the disease may have already spread, popping up again and again in different parts of the body. Now, scientists at the Scripps Research Institute have identified a protein that fuels this process of metastasis, and found that reducing the levels of that protein can help keep a tumor locked down... Continue Reading Scientists interrupt protein partnership that hel

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2018-02-12 05:02:13



Chicago Auto Show 2018 photo roundup   

The Chicago Auto Show is not known for glitzy debuts or glamorous concept car unveilings. Instead, it's a more laid back, informative show with manufacturers and dealerships showing off their latest models for the new model year as well as a glimpse of what's to come. This year's show had a few new things to reveal; but, for the most part, it's all about the everyday bread and butter of the automotive world. Here are some highlights... Continue Reading Chicago Auto Show 2018 photo r

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2018-02-12 04:28:51



Rocket video game may help schizophrenic patients control their condition   

An international team of researchers has used a "computerized rocket game" to help patients with schizophrenia visualize and reduce the level of activity in a region of the brain associated with auditory hallucinations. The condition is known to affect more than 21 million people across the globe... Continue Reading Rocket video game may help schizophrenic patients control their condition Category: Science Tags: Schizophrenia Treatment

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2018-02-12 04:22:20



New triboelectric nanogenerator generates electricity at the bend of a finger   

New research from the University at Buffalo and the Chinese Academy of Sciences could one day let you leave the charger at home and top up your phone battery using body movements. The team has developed a triboelectric nanogenerator in the form of a small metallic tab that can generate electricity from simple body movements, such as the bending of a finger... Continue Reading New triboelectric nanogenerator generates electricity at the bend of a finger Category: Electronics Ta

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2018-02-12 04:03:48



New imaging technique reveals how dragonfly wings tear bacteria apart   

It has been known for some time that dragonfly wings possess antimicrobial properties, but attempts to gain a greater insight into the mechanism responsible for this have been hampered by the fragility of the wings, which can be easily damaged under the light of a powerful microscope. Now, researchers at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have used a new technique to produce intricate, detailed images that show how more than 10 billion tiny "fingers" lining the wing surfac

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2018-02-12 03:09:28



Molecule behind Huntington's disease found to be cancer-killing "super assassin"   

For several years, scientists have noticed an unexplained reduced incidence of cancer in patients suffering from the devastating hereditary neurodegenerative condition Huntington's disease. Now a team at Northwestern Medicine has uncovered how the disease could be inadvertently killing cancer cells, and how this process could be harnessed for a new cancer treatment... Continue Reading Molecule behind Huntington's disease found to be cancer-killing "super assassin" Category: Medi

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2018-02-12 02:55:18



Eight flying taxis that are so crazy, they just might work   

Flying taxis still seem very much like something pulled right out of science fiction, but when transport heavyweights like Boeing, Airbus and Uber start pumping millions of dollars into their development, it might be time to take all of this a bit more seriously. .. Continue Reading Eight flying taxis that are so crazy, they just might work Category: Aircraft Tags: Airbus Ehang Flying Cars Flying taxi

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2018-02-12 02:55:14



Kia shows off SP SUV Concept as first step into Indian market   

Kia has lifted the veil on a small SUV aimed for the Indian market, positioning it as a preview for the badge's full debut in the country next year. The curvy SP Concept was revealed at the 2018 AutoExpo currently underway in India, and as a compact SUV is built to tap into what Kia says is proving a popular choice of vehicle in the region... Continue Reading Kia shows off SP SUV Concept as first step into Indian market Category: Automotive Tags: AutoExpo

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2018-02-12 02:06:24



Current model Bugatti Chiron tops Retromobile auctions in Bugatti sweep   

The Bugatti name is one which has been continually associated with unfeasible excellence, having begun a long sequence of preposterous feats with its first Grand Prix start in 1911, and continued onwards throughout the first half of the twentieth century. Twice the name has been resurrected, but several spectacular showings this week at Retromobile indicate the Bugatti name is returning to its glorious former levels. .. Continue Reading Current model Bugatti Chiron tops Retromobile

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2018-02-12 01:56:35



Review: Hearing augmentation IQbuds turn background noise down and conversations up   

They're not just Bluetooth earbuds. With microphones in each ear and an adjustable intelligent noise control feature, Nuheara's IQbuds let you experience the world around you with a kind of bionic hearing. In noisy environments, they let you separate a conversation out of the background noise, boosting voices to make hearing easier. .. Continue Reading Review: Hearing augmentation IQbuds turn background noise down and conversations up Category: Wearables Tags:

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2018-02-12 01:23:38



New desalination membrane produces both drinking water and lithium   

Seawater is a complex cocktail of useful minerals, but it's hard to separate out the specific ones we need. Now, a team of scientists from Australia and the US has developed a new water desalination technique that can not only make seawater fresh enough to drink, but recover lithium ions for use in batteries... Continue Reading New desalination membrane produces both drinking water and lithium Category: Materials Tags: Australia CSIRO

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2018-02-12 01:17:14



Mammoth Vietnamese eco-resort gets government go-ahead   

Construction is set to get underway on an enormous eco-resort on the coast of Vietnam after the development was given approval by the Vietnamese government. Designed by the Bangkok base of global powerhouse design studio Chapman Taylor, the epic resort will encompass seven hotels providing a total of 7,000 rooms... Continue Reading Mammoth Vietnamese eco-resort gets government go-ahead Category: Architecture Tags: Architects Ecohotels

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2018-02-11 21:14:12



Polaris MRZR X can serve as infantry's autonomous robotic workhorse   

At the AUVSI Unmanned Systems show, Polaris has announced its MRZR X robotic vehiclethat is designed to lighten the infantryman's workload. The multi-mode, connected vehicle platform is based on the firm's MRZR platform currently in use with infantry and Special Forces units globally and includes new autonomous, driver-optional capabilities... Continue Reading Polaris MRZR X can serve as infantry's autonomous robotic workhorse Category: Military Tags: Autonom

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2018-02-11 17:35:37



Functional human kidney tissue created from stem cells for the first time   

For the first time, scientists have successfully grown functioning human kidney tissue in the lab that is able to produce urine. The kidney tissue, generated from human stem cells, was implanted under the skin of mice and went on to develop into working kidney cells... Continue Reading Functional human kidney tissue created from stem cells for the first time Category: Medical Tags: Artificial organs kidney Stem Cells

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2018-02-11 12:34:06



Veteran Mars probe looks to the stars for longevity   

After spending over 12 years studying Mar, NASA is doing some preventative maintenance on its Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) to allow it to remain in service until the mid-2020s. To reduce the wear and tear on the gyroscopes used to orient the unmanned spacecraft, the space agency is looking to the stars to keep it on track over the coming years... Continue Reading Veteran Mars probe looks to the stars for longevity Category: Space Tags: Mars

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2018-02-11 09:57:33



2018 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid unveiled in Chicago   

Hyundai debuted redesigned Sonata Hybrid and Sonata Plug-in Hybrid models at the Chicago Auto Show. With a new look inside and out, upgraded infotainment, and re-engineered steering and chassis control, the 2018 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid are entering dealerships soon... Continue Reading 2018 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid unveiled in Chicago Category: Automotive Tags: Chicago Auto Show 2018 Hybrid Hyundai

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2018-02-11 08:55:33



Intel's drones light up Winter Olympics with record-breaking flight   

Imagine fireworks that you can control through the air. That's the basic idea of Intel's Shooting Star drones, which are starting to change the game when it comes to spectacular light shows. For their latest outing, the diminutive aircraft were shown forming airborne snowboarders and iconic rings for the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea... Continue Reading Intel's drones light up Winter Olympics with record-breaking flight Category: Drones Tags:

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2018-02-11 07:51:26



Edible QR codes could be the medicine of tomorrow   

New research out of the University of Copenhagen suggests that the medicine of tomorrow may be both easier to swallow, and rather smarter than the pills and medicines of today. The researchers have adapted inkjet printing technology to print edible QR codes that can contain a dose of medicine tailored to the particular needs of the patient, and scanned to reveal essential safety information before consumption... Continue Reading Edible QR codes could be the medicine of tomorrow C

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2018-02-11 01:20:41



Volkswagen unveils 2019 Arteon flagship sedan in Chicago   

Set to replace the CC as the make's flagship sedan, the 2019 Volkswagen Arteon is built on the company's new global architecture and brings new design influence for the brand. The Arteon was recently unveiled to the US market at the Chicago Auto Show... Continue Reading Volkswagen unveils 2019 Arteon flagship sedan in Chicago Category: Automotive Tags: Chicago Auto Show 2018 Volkswagen Related Articles:

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2018-02-09 16:48:53



AI-based system designed to spot poachers   

Poachers typically hunt at night, which is why drone-mounted infrared cameras are being used to spot them. The problem is, since both the poachers and the animals emit heat, it can be difficult to tell which is which in the videos. Scientists from the University of Southern California are making the job easier, using artificial intelligence... Continue Reading AI-based system designed to spot poachers Category: Science Tags: Artificial Intelligence

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2018-02-09 16:26:54






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