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X-ray crash-testing reveals stress on internal car parts   

A busted bumper or banged up panel can give some indication of the severity of a car crash, but what about the unfortunate vehicle's insides? Researchers in Germany have worked with Daimler to develop new X-ray technology for crash testing, which provides a new perspective on safety components inside the car during impact, and better forecasting for real-life crashes as a result... Continue Reading X-ray crash-testing reveals stress on internal car parts Category: Automotive

2017-04-27 13:02:08
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Roland releases compact audio mixer for smartphone videographers   

Though modern smartphone cameras can deliver in the video department for home-cooked musicians hoping to go viral on YouTube or dedicated vloggers, video reviewers and online tutorial makers, the device's audio recording prowess may well disappoint. Roland launched a pocket device at CES back in January that's designed to help. The Go:Mixer, which is now available to buy, allows users to capture a high quality audio track at the same time the video is recorded, and mix in vocals, ins

2017-04-27 11:26:49
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SMART cells open door to arthritis vaccine   

Combining two cellular-editing processes, researchers have developed cartilage that fights inflammation. The scientists hope that the breakthrough could eventually lead to localized injections that combat arthritis or perhaps a vaccine that would eliminate the condition altogether... Continue Reading SMART cells open door to arthritis vaccine Category: Medical Tags: Arthritis CRISPR Genetic engineering Rheumatoid a

2017-04-27 11:25:39
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Mastodon bones push arrival of early humans in America back by 115,000 years   

When did humans arrive in America? It's been a hot topic in scientific circles for the last 20 years or so, pegged anywhere from 13,500 to 16,500 years ago. Now new research from the Cerutti Mastodon Discovery, an archeological site in Southern California, blows those estimates away by suggesting early hominids arrived on the continent as early as 130,000 years ago. To give some perspective, it's believed humans migrated out of Africa 125,000 years ago at the earliest. .. Continue R

2017-04-27 10:22:34
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Using its dish as a shield, Cassini braves the rings of Saturn   

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has re-established contact with Earth following its historic first dive between Saturn's surface and its iconic ring system. The flyby was the closest that any spacecraft has ever got to the atmosphere of the gas giant, and the probe is currently busy beaming back images and science data collected during the event... Continue Reading Using its dish as a shield, Cassini braves the rings of Saturn Category: Space Tags: Cassini

2017-04-27 09:46:46
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Interlocking timber boxes conceived for modern art museum   

High-profile Japanese architect Kengo Kuma's firm has unveiled an interesting design for an art museum in Turkey that's based on interlocking stacked wooden boxes. Though it's still just a concept at present, we hope the Odunpazari Modern Art Museum does indeed go ahead, as it has the potential to become something special. .. Continue Reading Interlocking timber boxes conceived for modern art museum Category: Architecture Tags: Concept Architecture

2017-04-27 08:32:56
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New device aims to put brake lights on motorcyclists' heads   

A new startup from California is campaigning for a smart motorcycle brake light that can be fitted to any helmet without requiring installation on the bike. The Brake Free works autonomously, alerting motorists to deceleration, even if the brakes haven't actually been applied... Continue Reading New device aims to put brake lights on motorcyclists' heads Category: Motorcycles Tags: Helmet-mounted Motorcycle Related Articles:

2017-04-27 08:22:11
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The five fastest front-wheel drive cars to lap the Nürburgring Nordschleife   

Since the Renault Megane RS Trophy set its 8:07.97 lap of the Nurburgring North Loop in 2011, hot-hatch manufacturers have been working fiendishly to one-up each other. The latest front-wheel drive warrior to set a new record is the Honda Civic Type-R, but the past few years have been such a record-breaking rollercoaster we thought it was worth taking a look at the hyper-hatches that have lapped before it... Continue Reading The five fastest front-wheel drive cars to lap the Nürbur...

2017-04-27 05:07:44
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Pininfarina grows its turbine range extender family with a crossover and SUV   

Not too surprisingly, hybrids and electrics have proven very popular at Auto Shanghai 2017, which wraps up this week. Automakers like Volkswagen, Qoros and MG Motor have revealed forward-looking electric concepts there. Italian design house Pininfarina is also in on the fun, showing not just a single range-extended electric but an entire family, starting with the H600 sedan and moving up to the seven-seat K750 SUV... Continue Reading Pininfarina grows its turbine range extender fami

2017-04-27 03:20:06
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Eco-treehouse concept naturally keeps its cool   

It's been a few million years since humanity's ancestors came down from the trees, but maybe it's time to move back there. Luxury treehouses from the likes of Snøhetta and Mallinson are a good way to feel like you're getting back to nature without compromising creature comforts like saunas and luggage elevators. Now, a new architectural concept out of the University of Dundee is intended to make living among the trees a little greener, taking advantage of their natural cooling mecha...

2017-04-27 03:06:04
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Experimental process pushes what's possible in phone photography   

Phone cameras still can't match dedicated snappers for quality, but they are rapidly improving. The current Google Pixel has been widely lauded as one of the best phone cameras on the market, and previous efforts like the Nexus 6P also pushed the game forward, but a software engineer within the company is looking to improve low-light performance in Android phones with an experimental app and post-production process... Continue Reading Experimental process pushes what's possible in p

2017-04-27 03:01:26
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"Moby Dick" threatens to break motorcycle auction records   

One of the most valuable motorcycles in the world is going to auction in Italy next month. The Brough Superior SS100 nicknamed "Moby Dick" by Motor Cycling (U.K.) magazine in 1931 was also proclaimed at that time as "the fastest privately owned machine in the world." Previously sold by Bonhams for £210,500 (US$333,210) in 2011, when it became one of the top 10 most valuable motorcycles ever sold, Moby Dick is estimated by auctioneers RM-Sothebys to sell for between EUR€500,000 and...

2017-04-27 02:51:13
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Tiny minimalist hut goes back to basics   

Japanese retailer Muji has entered the small living scene with a tiny new hut. Featuring an attractive minimalist design, the Muji Hut is about as basic as it gets, but could suit those looking for a simple cabin in the woods, a home office, or guest accommodation. .. Continue Reading Tiny minimalist hut goes back to basics Category: Architecture Tags: Cabins Micro-House Shelter Tiny Footprint Related Ar

2017-04-27 02:35:42
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WD packs 12 TB of storage into latest helium-based hard drive   

HGST has unveiled the Ultrastar He12, the fourth generation of its helium-based hard drives. Cramming 12 TB of storage space into the standard 3.5-in form factor, the new drive is also faster, more energy efficient and more stable, to help businesses and data centers manage ever-increasing loads of data... Continue Reading WD packs 12 TB of storage into latest helium-based hard drive Category: Computers Tags: Data Storage Hard Drive

2017-04-27 02:24:04
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Review: Held Air n Dry – one motorcycle glove to rule them all   

A glove is a glove, you say? Not when it's two gloves, my fine motorcycling friends. And the Air n Dry glove from Held is indeed two gloves in one. Four gloves, in fact, if you buy two of them, and most people will do just that. These versatile and beautifully built mitts let you switch between waterproof and super-ventilated in a jiffy... Continue Reading Review: Held Air n Dry - one motorcycle glove to rule them all Category: Motorcycles Tags: Gloves ...

2017-04-27 01:56:38
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AeroMobil Flying Car now available for pre-order   

At Top Marques Monaco this week, the Prince of Monaco pulled the covers off a flying car that is set to enter garages - or hangars - from 2020. Slovakia-based AeroMobil displayed what it claims is the production model of its Flying Car, and started taking pre-orders for an initial 500-unit run ahead of anticipated full production... Continue Reading AeroMobil Flying Car now available for pre-order Category: Aircraft Tags: AeroMobil Flying C...

2017-04-27 01:28:52
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Citroen creates roaming bike shop inside classic van   

Peugeot recently transformed its Expert van into a functional, four-wheeled oyster bar. Not to be outdone in the van conversion game, sister company Citroën has created a mobile bike shop out of not just any van, but a classic Type H. That old timer is joined by a similar conversion of Citroën's newest Jumpy van, bringing old and new, two wheels and four, to the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, UK... Continue Reading Citroen creates roaming bike shop inside classic van Ca...

2017-04-27 01:20:21
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New drug-delivery method doubles duration of ibuprofen   

While graphene can claim the title of science's sexiest wonder material, other substances called metal-organic-frameworks or MOFs, have been quietly changing the world while their single-atom-thick cousin hogs the spotlight. Now, researchers at Northwestern University have used MOFs to extend the speed and duration of ibuprofen, a result that could mean better pain relief for all of us... Continue Reading New drug-delivery method doubles duration of ibuprofen Category: Medical

2017-04-26 20:54:43
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2017 MV Agusta Turismo Veloce Lusso video review: Luxury touring, Italian-style   

"Emotional Touring" goes the tagline for MV Agusta's first crack at a luxury mile muncher, but it left us far less weepy than we might have expected. The Turismo Veloce Lusso is a quick, quirky and clever machine with some very nifty tricks up its sleeve. Enjoy our video review! .. Continue Reading 2017 MV Agusta Turismo Veloce Lusso video review: Luxury touring, Italian-style Category: Motorcycles Tags: MV Agusta Reviews Video

2017-04-26 18:05:47
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Cable-driven robot monitors buildings as it prints them   

There have been a number of 3D-printing robots rolled out lately that can squirt out a house, but Tecnalia in collaboration with the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) has come up with one that pays attention to what it's doing. Called Cogiro, it is billed as the first cable-driven robot that can print large structural parts or even small buildings on site while monitoring if the work is drying properly... Continue Reading Cable-driven robot monitors buildings a

2017-04-26 16:24:42
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3D printing gets faster, with help from a vat of goo   

Although 3D printing may be revolutionizing the world of manufacturing, it still takes rather a long time to do when compared to some of the alternatives. A collaboration between MIT's Self-Assembly Lab, Steelcase and product designer Christophe Guberan, however, has resulted in a new technique known as Rapid Liquid Printing - it can reduce the time of some 3D print jobs from hours to minutes... Continue Reading 3D printing gets faster, with help from a vat of goo Category: 3D ...

2017-04-26 16:19:26
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Russia to test national air traffic system for drones   

If all the companies vying to get drone services into the air are even halfway successful, there stands to one day be quite a few unmanned vehicles buzzing about overhead. Russia is taking steps to manage all that potential new traffic, with its space agency announcing plans to test a nationwide monitoring network for drones. .. Continue Reading Russia to test national air traffic system for drones Category: Drones Tags: Roscosmos Russia

2017-04-26 13:25:07
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Samsung Galaxy S8 vs. Google Pixel XL   

You might expect Samsung's bigger Galaxy S8+ to be the more natural rival to Google's Pixel XL (also the bigger of the pair), but in many ways the standard S8 makes more sense next to Google's phablet. Read on, as we compare the features and specs of the Galaxy S8 and Pixel XL... Continue Reading Samsung Galaxy S8 vs. Google Pixel XL Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Google Google Pixel Phone Comparisons Product Co

2017-04-26 13:10:58
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Wooden sports hall rides The Wave of sustainable design   

Large-scale timber architecture is increasingly popular lately, and with projects like The Wave, a new sports hall in Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU), it's easy to see why. Attractive, sustainable, and impressively efficient, the building is yet another reminder of how engineered wood is revolutionizing sustainable construction. .. Continue Reading Wooden sports hall rides The Wave of sustainable design Category: Architecture Tags:

2017-04-26 12:26:29
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Tweaked titanium turns C02 into solar fuel   

An ability to convert carbon dioxide into energy using only the power of the sun, as plants do through photosynthesis, would be a monumental breakthrough in green energy research. More and more we are seeing promising strides in this area, the latest of which is the work of scientists at the University of Central Florida (UCF), who have come up with synthetic material that turns visible light from the sun into solar fuels, sucking harmful C02 out of the air in the process. .. Contin

2017-04-26 12:14:32
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Perifit S, now on Kickstarter, turns Kegels into a game   

Pelvic floor exercises - often known as Kegels - have important benefits for women, but they're not very fun. You may have heard of the Perifit, the company that hopes to change that with mobile games. Its Perifit S device currently has just over a month left in its Kickstarter campaign. .. Continue Reading Perifit S, now on Kickstarter, turns Kegels into a game Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Fitness Games Health ...

2017-04-26 11:19:11
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What we'd like to see in iOS 11   

Apple is expected to start outlining key details of its next mobile operating system, iOS 11, at its annual developer conference coming up in June. Until then, here is our (very reasonable) wish list for the improvements we'd like to see in the new OS. .. Continue Reading What we'd like to see in iOS 11 Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Apple Apple+Apps Apps iOS iOS 10 Operating system

2017-04-26 07:28:26
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Amazon's Echo Look has a camera and fashion-forward features   

Amazon introduced the latest addition to its Echo lineup today. The new Echo Look is targeting the fashion-conscious with a voice-activated camera and a Style Check service that combines machine learning algorithms with personalized outfit advice... Continue Reading Amazon's Echo Look has a camera and fashion-forward features Category: Around The Home Tags: Amazon Amazon Echo Fashion Smart Home Related Art

2017-04-26 06:06:13
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Georgia Tech system reduces robot-programming to a couple of clicks   

If grasping-armed robots are ever going to be widely used for applications such as assisting seniors in their homes, then they'll have to be easy to program. And unfortunately, programming most robots to grasp and retrieve an object can still be a rather complex process. That's why scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new system that simply requires users to click twice with a computer mouse... Continue Reading Georgia Tech system reduces robot-programm

2017-04-26 05:47:16
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Artificial womb to give premature babies a better start   

Every year, about 15 million babies are born prematurely, and all sorts of complications arise as a result. Those that survive their first year of life have an increased risk of lifelong conditions. To care for those early arrivals, researchers at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) have created an artificial womb that recreates the conditions needed to let their organs fully develop. Animal tests have been encouraging, with premature lambs developing normally after spendi

2017-04-26 05:05:31
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Nikon D7500 vs. Nikon D500   

When Nikon announced the D7500, we were struck by how much the firm had plundered the specification sheet of the flagship D500 for the new enthusiast shooter. But exactly how do the two high-end APS-C DSLRs stack up against each other? Here we compare the key features and specs of the two cameras... Continue Reading Nikon D7500 vs. Nikon D500 Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Cameras DSLR Photography Product Comparis

2017-04-26 04:29:40
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Ancient temple tells the tale of an ice age-inducing comet collision   

Around 12,800 years ago, the Earth suddenly dipped into a mini ice age, and nobody really knows why. One of the leading theories is that the cataclysm was triggered by a comet striking the planet, and now, archaeologists believe they've found a first-hand account of the story recorded in the remains of an ancient Turkish temple... Continue Reading Ancient temple tells the tale of an ice age-inducing comet collision Category: Science Tags: Archeology

2017-04-26 04:08:46
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Pi-sized dev board packs high performance punch, and a high price tag   

Last week, Asus officially released its home-cooked project board challenge to the immensely popular Raspberry Pi in the shape of the Tinker Board. Now another big player has joined the fray, but a high price tag will likely keep Huawei's HiKey 960 way beyond the reach of many makers, hobbyists and amateur enthusiasts. It does impress in the specs department though... Continue Reading Pi-sized dev board packs high performance punch, and a high price tag Category: Computers Tag

2017-04-26 04:01:16
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Sony adds ambience and dustproofing to Walkman Sports line   

Sony all but pioneered the portable audio industry back in the 80s with the iconic Walkman, but the definition of "portable" has definitely changed since then. Today's runners or gym junkies wouldn't dream of carrying a big box in their pockets, so the newest device to carry the brand builds the whole kit into a waterproof pair of earbuds, adding a few new features over the last model, including more storage space, dust-proofing and an Ambient Sound mode... Continue Reading Sony add

2017-04-26 03:22:04
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Ancient temple may tell the tale of an ice age-inducing comet collision   

Around 12,800 years ago, the Earth suddenly dipped into a mini ice age, and nobody really knows why. One of the leading theories is that the cataclysm was triggered by a comet striking the planet, and now, archaeologists believe they've found a first-hand account of the story recorded in the remains of an ancient Turkish temple... Continue Reading Ancient temple may tell the tale of an ice age-inducing comet collision Category: Science Tags: Archeology

2017-04-26 03:16:38
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Young aristocrats get a taste of electric motoring in D.Throne   

There are plenty of four-wheeled toys around for well-to-do adults, but young motoring enthusiasts have far fewer options. If your child has expensive tastes, or doesn't like the look of a shrunken McLaren P1, Ford Mustang or Tesla Model S, they can now indulge in their passion for motoring with the boutique, electric D.Throne... Continue Reading Young aristocrats get a taste of electric motoring in D.Throne Category: Children Tags: Children E

2017-04-26 03:10:33
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Arizona trial thrusts autonomous Waymo cars into everyday life   

As self-driving cars edge closer to production, manufacturers are expanding the range of scenarios they face during testing. Waymo, formerly known as the Google Self Driving Car Project, is now opening its cars up to everyday people in Phoenix, Arizona, in an attempt to see how they handle the cut-and-thrust of daily family duties. .. Continue Reading Arizona trial thrusts autonomous Waymo cars into everyday life Category: Automotive Tags: Arizona

2017-04-26 02:59:14
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Quad-turbo BMW M550d becomes world's most powerful six-cylinder diesel car   

With the VW emissions scandal still fresh in mind, potential bans for diesel cars on the horizon in European cities and improvements being made to compact, efficient petrol engines, it's fair to say diesel passenger cars are facing a few challenges. BMW hasn't given up hope, however, putting its faith in the new M550d xDrive as flagship of the 5 Series range. With four turbochargers boosting its six-cylinder engine, the 550d is the most powerful production six-cylinder diesel car eve

2017-04-26 02:39:31
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DJI and Hasselblad combine for 100-MP aerial photography monster   

Just last year, the relationship between DJI and Hasselblad led to the creation of the world's first medium-format drone package. Not content with their 50-megapixel creation, the companies have upped the ante, and the resolution, with the creation of a new 100-MP aerial imaging platform... Continue Reading DJI and Hasselblad combine for 100-MP aerial photography monster Category: Drones Tags: DJI Innovations drones Hasselblad

2017-04-26 02:23:45
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NTT Docomo gets spherical LED display off the ground   

We've seen those propeller LED displays found in shop windows the world over make their way to bicycle wheels, but now Japan's mobile phone operator, NTT Docomo has utilized the technology in a vehicle of the aerial kind. The result is a what the company believes is the world's first flying spherical drone display... Continue Reading NTT Docomo gets spherical LED display off the ground Category: Drones Tags: Display LED NTT Docom

2017-04-26 02:22:13
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Underwater volcano eruptions allow new bacteria to take over seafloor   

What happens when Nature decides to push the "reset" button on an ecosystem? The answer can be found in the aftermath of the submarine volcanic eruptions that took place off El Hierro in the Canary Islands between October 2011 and March 2012. The resulting magma vaporized everything in its path, providing a fresh blank slate for a mysterious organism never before seen by scientists to move in and restart life in the area. .. Continue Reading Underwater volcano eruptions allow new ba

2017-04-26 02:05:07
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Electronic gut-checking capsule tested on humans   

A couple of years ago, Australia's RMIT and Monash universities announced the development of a swallowable electronic capsule that measures concentrations of intestinal gases, and transmits that data to a smartphone. Since then, it's been successfully trialled on pigs. Now, however, RMIT has announced that it's been tested on humans for the first time... Continue Reading Electronic gut-checking capsule tested on humans Category: Medical Tags: Monash Universit

2017-04-25 21:40:20
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The best new games and apps for Google Daydream View   

When the Google Daydream View mobile virtual reality headset hit shelves at the end of last year, it seemed capable, but lacked content. Has the selection of games, apps and experiences improved since then? We reviewed the best new Daydream releases to find out. .. Continue Reading The best new games and apps for Google Daydream View Category: VR Tags: Applications Daydream View Games Google Mobile V

2017-04-25 21:07:36
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VR Dark Knight and noir horror highlight the week's biggest Oculus Rift and Vive releases   

If you're looking for a PC-based VR game with a character you recognize - or you just went to see what it's like to be Batman - now's your chance. Batman: Arkham VR is available for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive starting today, along with stylized horror title Wilson's Heart on the Rift... Continue Reading VR Dark Knight and noir horror highlight the week's biggest Oculus Rift and Vive releases Category: VR Tags: batman Gaming ...

2017-04-25 17:18:09
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Here's what Uber's air taxis may look like   

Back in November, we heard about Uber's plans to add flying-car-like air taxis to its existing transport system. At the time, it wasn't clear just what form those vehicles would take. This Tuesday, however, the company announced that it has selected Virginia-based Aurora Flight Sciences as a partner to develop an electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft for its Uber Elevate Network - and a functioning model of it has already been flown... Continue Reading Here's what...

2017-04-25 15:35:52
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Smart motorcycle gloves promise better visibility for riders   

Rider visibility is an ongoing issue for those who prefer motorcycles as a means of transport. SignalWear is addressing the problem with the development of what it is touting as the first "smart" motorcycle gloves... Continue Reading Smart motorcycle gloves promise better visibility for riders Category: Motorcycles Tags: Gloves Kickstarter Road Safety Related Articles: Flashy cycling glove

2017-04-25 15:29:17
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Directing movement of water over a surface using light could clean up oil drilling   

Oil and water don't mix, but they can make a messy froth that makes it difficult to separate the two. In an effort to keep the two separated, engineers at MIT are literally shining a light on the problem. Using special organic dyes, the researchers have come up with a system that controls how water moves on a surface, which may one day help clean up oil drilling and also holds the promise of creating microfluidic diagnostic devices that can be redesigned at the push of a button... C

2017-04-25 14:44:41
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Gravity-lensed supernova magnifies understanding of universe   

Using an automated supernova-hunting "pipeline," scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have identified a Type Ia supernova that exploded about four billion years ago. Called iPTF16geu, it's sitting behind a galaxy two billion light years away that is acting like a gigantic gravitational magnifying glass that is splitting the star into four bright images in four different parts of the sky. This is the first such supernova to be seen by gravitational lensin

2017-04-25 13:37:20
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Kitty Hawk's electric Flyer takes to the air in slick promo video   

Silicon Valley startup Kitty Hawk - backed by Google's Larry Page, who also threw his weight behind a rotor-based flying car a few years back - has released a video showing off the prototype of an upcoming all-electric personal flying machine it's calling The Flyer. The company says that users won't need to secure a pilot's license to fly the eight rotor vehicle, and promises a swift learning curve... Continue Reading Kitty Hawk's electric Flyer takes to the air in slick promo v...

2017-04-25 13:29:35
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Violent evictions target familial females in mongoose groups   

To look at one, you wouldn't necessarily think that a banded mongoose was a very fierce critter. However, researchers at the University of Exeter have shown that the animals engage in some pretty significant warlike behavior that starts with a screech and can easily end with death. Now, the same researchers have uncovered a different not-so-nice behavior exhibited by the banded mongoose: When females are kicked out of the group, close family members are often the first to go... Cont

2017-04-25 13:24:12
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Greenery-filled concrete house keeps owners naturally cool   

This concrete house, by Vietnam's Vo Trong Nghia Architects, keeps three generations of the same family naturally cool in tropical Ho Chi Minh City using clever passive design. Dubbed Binh House, it's part of the firm's House for Trees series, which aims to create oases of green in inner-city Vietnam. .. Continue Reading Greenery-filled concrete house keeps owners naturally cool Category: Architecture Tags: Building and Construction Home

2017-04-25 09:47:56
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3D-printed head enables better training for "Nintendo Neurosurgery"   

For neurosurgeons, practicing a procedure before diving into the real thing is kind of like a golfer taking a practice swing. That's the analogy offered by Alan Cohen, professor of neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. But using cadavers for this purpose has its limitations, namely the expense and an imprecise imitation of brain surgery itself. So Cohen and his team tapped 3D printing technology and some Hollywood special effects experts to craft a lifelike head for b

2017-04-25 09:43:26
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"Brain age" found to be a predictor of death   

While your chronological age will tell you how long you've been riding around on this planet, your biological age might actually be a more important number, as it tells you how well your body is faring on its journey. Now, researchers at Imperial College London have added to the growing toolbox of biological age determinants by examining images of our brains... Continue Reading "Brain age" found to be a predictor of death Category: Biology Tags: Aging

2017-04-25 09:11:50
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Space telescope captures storm-generated gamma-ray bursts   

From Ben Franklin to Dr Frankenstein, lightning has long fascinated and enlightened scientists. Now NASA is studying another fascinating - and surprising - product of thunderstorms: gamma rays. NASA estimates that around a thousand gamma ray bursts are produced each day around the globe and has been using the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope to gain a better understanding of these high-energy events, which have tens of millions of times the energy of visible light... Continue Rea...

2017-04-25 07:40:55
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Million-year old water explains Blood Falls mystery   

Blood Falls may sound like the title of a thriller novel, but it's actually an Antarctic mystery that has puzzled scientists for over a century. The origin of the blood-red water that flows from Taylor Glacier in East Antarctica has puzzled explorers since it was first seen in 1911, but researchers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Colorado College say that they have discovered the source... Continue Reading Million-year old water explains Blood Falls mystery Category:

2017-04-25 06:15:26
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Gravity-lensed supernova magnifes understanding of universe   

Using an automated supernova-hunting "pipeline," scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have identified a Type Ia supernova that exploded about four billion years ago. Called iPTF16geu, it's sitting behind a galaxy two billion light years away that is acting like a gigantic gravitational magnifying glass that is splitting the star into four bright images in four different parts of the sky. This is the first such supernova to be seen by gravitational lensin

2017-04-25 05:48:05
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MIT develops "milkshake" to fight malnutrition in India   

About 20 million children worldwide are affected by severe malnutrition each year, with a fatality rate of 30 percent. Eight million of these are in India, where local conditions pose challenges for the conventional treatments, so MIT is working on an anti-malnutrition "milkshake" that can put these children on the road to recovery at lower cost and less risk of waterborne infections... Continue Reading MIT develops "milkshake" to fight malnutrition in India Category: Health & We

2017-04-25 05:15:21
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Google applies the brakes to fake news   

In a fight against the type of "offensive or clearly misleading" results that make up about 0.25-percent of daily search traffic, Google has outlined new efforts to stymie the spread of fake news and other low-quality content like unexpected offensive materials, hoaxes and baseless conspiracy theories... Continue Reading Google applies the brakes to fake news Category: Computers Tags: Google Media Search Search Eng

2017-04-25 04:33:04
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Skoda shares its all-electric Vision   

Volkswagen Group has its sights on 2025 for a broad expansion of its electrified vehicle portfolio. By that time, five of the group's all-electric vehicles will be wearing a Skoda badge ... compared to none today. Skoda starts now with the Vision E, a sporty electric crossover that represents its first effort in the electric vehicle space... Continue Reading Skoda shares its all-electric Vision Category: Automotive Tags: Auto Shanghai 2017 Conc

2017-04-25 04:01:06
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Beekeepers' nuisance could offer solution to our plastic problem   

Plastic bags are a bane of modern life. As you read this, nearly two million of them are being used around the world right now. By the time the year is over, this number will probably reach a trillion, clogging up landfills, oceans, streams, and the digestive tracts of marine animals. Over the years, scientists have been coming up with various solutions to tackle this problem, from devising ways to give it a second lease of life to making greener and more sustainable plastics. But na

2017-04-25 02:40:12
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Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs. iPhone 7   

If you're considering one of the Samsung Galaxy S8 series flagships versus one of the latest iPhones, you'll want to examine all your options. Here, we compare the specs and features of the top-of-the-line Samsung Galaxy S8+ with the iPhone 7. .. Continue Reading Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs. iPhone 7 Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Apple iPhone 7 Phone Comparisons Product Comparison Samsung

2017-04-24 21:24:01
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Tesla to double Supercharger network in 2017   

Since its launch in 2012, Tesla's Supercharger network has grown to include more than 5,400 charging outlets across the globe. Not a bad effort in a five-year time frame, but the company is eyeing some rapid growth, today confirming plans to double that number in the space of a year... Continue Reading Tesla to double Supercharger network in 2017 Category: Automotive Tags: Electric Vehicles Supercharger Tesla Related Art

2017-04-24 19:20:02
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Get aboard your drone – DJI unveils its own FPV goggles   

If you own a DJI Mavic Pro, Phantom 4 series or Inspire series drone, there's now a new way of putting yourself "in the pilot's seat" of the aircraft. The company has announced the upcoming availability of its DJI Goggles, which among other things allow users to steer their drone via head movements... Continue Reading Get aboard your drone - DJI unveils its own FPV goggles Category: Drones Tags: DJI Innovations Goggles VR ...

2017-04-24 18:13:32
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Assistive device gives electronics-users a helping hand   

While most of us use smartphones, tablets or computers with relative ease, doing so can be very difficult for people with upper-body mobility issues. It was with this in mind that Toronto's Komodo OpenLab originally introduced the Tecla. Now, the company has introduced its new-and-improved Tecla-e, which lets users control up to eight smart devices at once... Continue Reading Assistive device gives electronics-users a helping hand Category: Good Thinking Tags:

2017-04-24 17:43:11
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Plant powder snatches malaria victims from death's door   

When 18 malaria patients in the Congo failed to respond to conventional treatments and instead continued to head toward terminal status, doctors knew they had to act fast - and try something different. So instead of turning to more synthetic drugs, they turned instead to nature and found a solution that delivered remarkable results... Continue Reading Plant powder snatches malaria victims from death's door Category: Medical Tags: Malaria Worc...

2017-04-24 16:11:41
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Naked mole-rats act like plants when they run out of air   

They won't be winning any beauty contests, but naked mole-rats have plenty of weird tricks up their wrinkly pink sleeves. The creatures are incredibly long-lived for their size, they're resistant to cancer, pain doesn't faze them - and according to a new study, they're basically half-plants. When deprived of oxygen, naked mole-rats can survive by going into suspended animation and metabolizing fructose instead, a process that was previously only thought possible in plants... Conti...

2017-04-24 13:18:32
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Astronaut Peggy Whitson breaks record for cumulative time spent in space   

International Space Station Commander Peggy Whitson has broken the record for cumulative time spent in space by a NASA astronaut. Whitson is currently serving her third stint aboard the ISS, and with five months of her mission remaining, is set to rack up over 650 days in space before touching back down on Earth... Continue Reading Astronaut Peggy Whitson breaks record for cumulative time spent in space Category: Space Tags: Astronauts Internat

2017-04-24 11:21:21
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Tiny house crammed with custom storage for life's essentials   

Hot on the heels of its Tiny Giant, Alpine Tiny Homes has shared another recently-completed model with us. The towable dwelling has less floorspace than its predecessor, but still offers lots of room to store belongings, thanks to a well-designed interior that's chock-full of cupboards, nooks, and drawers. .. Continue Reading Tiny house crammed with custom storage for life's essentials Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Building and Construction

2017-04-24 09:19:35
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First malaria vaccine to be introduced in Africa   

It kills hundreds of thousands a year and infects many millions more across the globe, but no place bears the brunt of malaria like Africa. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 90 percent of 2015's malaria cases occurred in Africa, as did 92 percent of malaria deaths. It is here that WHO has chosen to pilot the world's first malaria vaccine next year, with Ghana, Kenya and Malawi to be the first recipients... Continue Reading First malaria vaccine to be introduced in Af

2017-04-24 09:08:34
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Breakability tests confirm increased fragility on the Galaxy S8 and S8+   

If you suspect that the large, curved Infinity Displays on Samsung's latest Galaxy S8 series are easy to break, then results from a breakability test conducted by SquareTrade (a smartphone insurance company) support your hunch. SquareTrade's results indicate that the S8 and S8+ are significantly more fragile than their predecessors... Continue Reading Breakability tests confirm increased fragility on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Dis

2017-04-24 06:35:33
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Portable "Trashpresso" up-cycling plant transforms trash into tiles   

In developed countries, it's easy for most people to not give garbage disposal much thought: it's hauled to the curb, and a truck carries it away out of sight and out of mind. But isolated communities often lack that infrastructure, meaning it's harder to either truck out the trash or process it on-site. The Trashpresso is designed to lighten the load a little, as a semi-portable, solar-powered plant that turns trash into tiles... Continue Reading Portable "Trashpresso" up-cycling p

2017-04-24 04:15:22
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Review: Suzuki strikes the right balance with light-footed Vitara Turbo   

Compact four-wheel drives are everywhere at the moment, but that wasn't always the case. When the original Suzuki Vitara launched in 1988, it was essentially in a class of one, a cute three-door with a foldable roof for summertime shenanigans. The Vitara Turbo we've been driving this week doesn't have much in common with the original, but that's no bad thing... Continue Reading Review: Suzuki strikes the right balance with light-footed Vitara Turbo Category: Automotive Tags:

2017-04-24 04:02:56
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Home computing classic reborn as ZX Spectrum Next   

Back in early 80s Britain, when home computing was still very, very young, Sinclair's ZX Spectrum opened the eyes of bedroom gamers to a new world of color and became a massive hit. The affordable 8-bit computer-in-a-keyboard was literally everywhere, as were the strangely musical electronic sounds as games loaded up from the cassette player, and the agonizing cries of youth when software crashed. It was a time of enthusiasm and wonder, and the folks at SpecNext are looking to recapt

2017-04-24 03:56:07
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"Hobbit" humans may finally have a place in the family tree   

In 2003, archaeologists from Indonesia and Australia discovered the bones of a new species of human, named Homo floresiensis, in a cave on the Indonesian island of Flores. Its short stature - about 3.5 ft (1.1 m) - quickly earned it the nickname of the "hobbit", and ever since its discovery, scientists have been debating where it fits on the human evolutionary tree. According to a new study from the Australian National University (ANU), the species branched out from a common ance...

2017-04-24 03:18:13
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Mercedes energy storage units headed for UK homes   

Car manufacturers are racing to get their electric cars onto the market, but that's not the only battery-powered battle being played out: they're also keen to get their batteries into family homes. Tesla has made its Powerwall plans clear, and Mercedes-Benz Energy has been talking a big game with its energy storage systems, which will soon be finding their way into homes in the UK... Continue Reading Mercedes energy storage units headed for UK homes Category: Environment Tags:

2017-04-24 01:21:08
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DJI Ronin 2 takes the camera gimbal to a new level   

The original DJI Ronin was a bit of a game changer in the filmmaking scene, offering Steadicam-like camera stabilization without a six-figure price tag. DJI used its knowledge of gimbals from the drone world to democratize hand held camera stabilization the same way it did with aerial video. Three years on, handheld gimbal rigs are pretty much ubiquitous on film sets, from low-budget operations all the way to the top of the industry - and it's the higher end that DJI is targeting n...

2017-04-24 01:18:16
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Cartilage-like hydrogel promises 3D-printable knee implants   

Far more than a simple hinge, the human knee is a complex, intricate mechanism, and a knee injury is a painful and debilitating of condition that's difficult and expensive to repair. Duke University is developing a cartilage-like material based on hydrogel that may make the task of repairing knees easier. The 3D-printable hydrogel allows bioengineers to create bespoke artificial replacement parts for injured knees that are tailored to match the old part both in shape and mechanical p

2017-04-22 13:28:30
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New gelatine model can stand in for human skin   

Scientists at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) are developing a gelatine-based model that simulates the characteristics of human skin by mimicking the way the epidermis absorbs water. By controlling the moisture content in the gelatine, the team plans to use it as an alternative to human clinical trials for testing how skin interacts with textiles, like surgical dressings... Continue Reading New gelatine model can stand in for human skin

2017-04-22 11:12:29
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Aerojet Rocketdyne completes tests for human-rated reusable rocket engine   

Aerojet Rocketdyne has successfully completed hot-fire qualification tests of its MR-104J liquid-fuelled rocket engine. When Boeing's Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 Starliner crew module makes its first manned flight in August 2018, 12 of these human-rated reusable engines will be installed in the capsule to provide thruster maneuverability during re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere... Continue Reading Aerojet Rocketdyne completes tests for human-rated reusable rocket engine

2017-04-22 04:24:48
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The fast and the ... fishy? Ridiculous supercar packs built-in aquarium   

Find yourself a little blase about sub-three-second 0-62 mph (100 km/h) numbers and seven-minute Nürburgring laps? Do you find diamond-encrusted headlamps on multi-million-dollar hypercars not to your taste? Perhaps what you really need to bring on a new wave of supercar enthusiasm is ... an aquarium? That's what one supercar startup is thinking, anyway, combining all-electric power and extreme styling into a unique 2+2 (2 people, 2 fish)... Continue Reading The fast and the ... f...

2017-04-21 16:58:38
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Smart glove measures muscle stiffness   

When it comes to assessing the chronic muscle stiffness of patients with conditions such as cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis, doctors pretty much just go by feel. They bend the affected limbs back and forth, then assign them a rating on a six-point scale. The problem is, the system is very subjective - different doctors could assign different ratings to the same patient, resulting in either more or less medication than is actually needed. That's why a team from the University ...

2017-04-21 14:47:59
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Beetroot juice before exercise might keep brains young   

It might not be everyone's cup of tea, but beetroot juice has been shown to offer a number of health benefits relating to blood flow. These have included reducing blood pressure, improving running performance and boosting blood flow to the brain. New research has built on this by looking at how it can improve brain performance in older adults, finding that a swig of beetroot supplement before exercise can make it mirror the activity of a younger brain. .. Continue Reading Beetroot j

2017-04-21 14:11:59
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Meet the skunk-sized predator that topped the food chain 34 million years ago   

When we think of apex predators, we usually think of large, fearsome beasts that can strike fear into the hearts of their prey with a single roar. So it might come as a surprise that one of the creatures that shot up to the top of the food chain following the dinosaurs' demise was no bigger than a skunk. Named after the jackal-faced Egyptian god of mummification Anubis, the rise and fall of Masrasector nananubis, whose 34-million-year-old fossilized remains were recently identified i

2017-04-21 11:09:14
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Review: Going Hazzard in a 2017 Dodge Challenger GT   

Bo and Luke Duke may have been driving a Charger back in the day, but the 1969 Charger's successor is definitely the current-generation Challenger. Put behind the wheel of the 2017 Dodge Challenger GT in bright orange paint - as we drove it - you may want to change your name, too... Continue Reading Review: Going Hazzard in a 2017 Dodge Challenger GT Category: Automotive Tags: AWD Dodge Muscle Cars Reviews ...

2017-04-21 10:34:28
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Celebrating the very best in sustainable buildings   

Each year, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Committee on the Environment (COTE) reveals its 10 most sustainable buildings. Representing some of the best high-profile green architecture you're likely to see in one place, this year's selection includes solar-powered schools, super-efficient universities, and a Singaporean hospital that uses 69 percent less energy than its typical US counterpart... Continue Reading Celebrating the very best in sustainable buildings Categor

2017-04-21 09:41:41
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Samsung Galaxy S8 vs. iPhone 7 Plus   

The smaller of Samsung's S8 series flagships is quite comparable to Apple's latest phablet. Here's how the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy S8 match up with those of the iPhone 7 Plus. .. Continue Reading Samsung Galaxy S8 vs. iPhone 7 Plus Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Apple iPhone 7 Phone Comparisons Product Comparison Samsung Samsung Galaxy S8 Smartphones

2017-04-21 09:27:18
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Earth and Moon caught between Saturn's rings in new NASA shot   

The Cassini mission to the Saturnian system is drawing to a close, but the spacecraft still had enough pluck to send a postcard back to its home planet featuring a image of Earth shot from between Saturn's rings. Cassini took the picture on April 12, when it was 870 million miles (1.4 billion kilometers) away from Earth... Continue Reading Earth and Moon caught between Saturn's rings in new NASA shot Category: Space Tags: Cassini NASA

2017-04-21 09:10:31
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The 3D printing of glass takes a step forward   

The 3D-printing of glass objects has been achieved before - we've seen it done by extruding molten glass, and even via a modern take on an ancient Egyptian technique. A new process developed at Germany's Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, however, is claimed to produce complex glass items of a higher quality than has ever previously been possible... Continue Reading The 3D printing of glass takes a step forward Category: 3D Printing Tags: Glass ...

2017-04-21 09:06:35
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No bike is quite like the NoBike   

Let's be honest … when it comes to bicycles, a lot of us do want something that looks a little different. If you're one of those people, then you might be interested in the NoBike. If nothing else, it'll definitely get you noticed... Continue Reading No bike is quite like the NoBike Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling Kickstarter Related Articles: Odd-looking bike ditches the chain

2017-04-21 06:29:35
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How recycled glass bottles can become better batteries   

Ask a regular smartphone user how they'd like to see the devices improved, and it's a safe bet that longer battery life would be close to the top of the list. Batteries made with silicon anodes could help boost that, and now a team at the University of California Riverside (UCR) has shown that these batteries can be environmentally friendly too, by being sourced from glass bottles headed for the scrap heap... Continue Reading How recycled glass bottles can become better batteries

2017-04-21 05:51:48
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Portable recorders bring pro-grade sound to consumers   

Sound Devices has been designing products for "the best-of-the-best in the professional audio industry" for a number of years, with its devices having been used on award-winning movies like La La Land, Mad Max and The Revenant, as well as being the trusted tools of music pros like Deadmau5. Now the company is bringing pro-level sound recording to the consumer with the launch of its MixPre Series, reported to be the only devices on the market that can simultaneously be used as a recor

2017-04-21 05:39:15
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Study takes unusual path to gauge environmental cost of BP oil spill   

One month after crude oil began gushing into the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration commissioned research to gauge the environmental cost of the BP Deepwater Horizon spill, which would ask American households what they'd pay to prevent similar damage in the future. The results are now in, with scientists placing a US$17.2 billion price tag on the damage to natural resources... Continue Reading Study takes unusual path to gauge enviro

2017-04-21 04:32:55
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Before & after photos of melting glaciers capture climate change in action   

With the Earth experiencing its hottest year on record in 2016, the evidence for climate change keeps building. But much of this evidence comes in the form of models and statistics, which can be hard for the general public to process. To make it easier to visualize the effects the changing climate is having on the planet, environmental scientists have put together a series of before-and-after photos, highlighting drastic ice loss... Continue Reading Before & after photos of melting

2017-04-21 04:22:32
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Electric cars, concepts and other Auto Shanghai 2017 highlights   

Auto Shanghai 2017 got underway this week, bringing with it a look at the near future of the world's largest single auto market and the market of that world at large. It looks like auto buyers are in for a much more attractive selection of electric cars, even more SUVs and crossovers (if that's even possible), and some vehicles from brands that didn't even exist a few years ago... Continue Reading Electric cars, concepts and other Auto Shanghai 2017 highlights Category: Automotiv

2017-04-21 04:11:37
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Wet 'n' windy portable turbine spins up battery power off-grid   

While an outdoor adventure is a great time to switch off from the digital world, the modern mountaineer or connected camper might still want to send some snaps to social media. Battery life usually limits that luxury, but there's a tent-load of gadgets you could take with you to top up your devices, and now there's a new one vying for room in your backpack. Seaformatics' Waterlily is a portable turbine that can harness the power of both wind and water... Continue Reading Wet 'n' win

2017-04-21 04:10:58
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HTC to fund the first VR satellite   

HTC has announced the first round of winners of its VR for Impact program, which has earmarked US$10 million dollars for VR developers that support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The first funding recipients are SpaceVR, which will let viewers experience outer space from a satellite's point of view, Tree, an interactive haptic-led experience highlighting the realities of deforestation, and The Extraordinary Honey Bee, a feature examining the decline of the honeybee

2017-04-21 03:53:01
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Lilium plans five-seater air taxi after successful unmanned flight   

We're still waiting for flying cars, but maybe flying taxis will arrive first. Lifting off from an airfield in Germany, Lilium Aviation's Jet Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL), zero-emission, electric Eagle prototype has completed its maiden flight. Being controlled from the ground, the unmanned two-seater was subjected to a series of tests, including a mid-air transition from hovering to horizontal flight. The company is aiming for a manned flight in 2019 and is setting its sight

2017-04-21 03:17:39
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Toyota powers big rigs with hydrogen fuel cells   

Toyota's Project Portal involves testing the feasibility of using hydrogen fuel cells in big rig trucks that haul containers in and around shipping ports. Toyota has reconfigured a heavy-duty Class 8 semi-truck to run on hydrogen fuel cells from the Mirai fuel cell car... Continue Reading Toyota powers big rigs with hydrogen fuel cells Category: Automotive Tags: Fuel Cell Hydrogen-powered Toyota Truck Rela

2017-04-21 03:07:18
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Ultrasonic clothes dryers set to shake up the laundry   

Last year, scientists at the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) revealed they were working on ultrasonic clothes drying technology in partnership with GE Appliances. At the time, they said they planned to implement the technology in a press dryer and a clothes dryer drum. A new video shows they've been true to their word, bringing the commercial availability of such appliances a step closer... Continue Reading Ultrasonic clothes dryers set to shake up the

2017-04-21 03:02:37
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Work begins on NYC's strange staircase to nowhere   

You could be forgiven for assuming that Heatherwick Studio's Vessel, the unusual staircase/art installation unveiled last year, wouldn't actually be built - its size and ambitious nature lent it a distinct never going to happen vibe. However, the project has indeed begun construction in New York and is expected to open in late 2018. .. Continue Reading Work begins on NYC's strange staircase to nowhere Category: Architecture Tags: Art Bui...

2017-04-21 02:58:45
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