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3D image of Antarctica offers clearest picture yet of ice coverage   

Since 2010, the European Space Agency's CryoSat satellite has circled the Earth and monitored the state of the polar sea ice, along with the ice sheets that cover Antarctica and Greenland. Some of the data collected over the last six years has now been compiled into a one-of-a-kind 3D image, offering a more comprehensive look at Antarctic ice elevation than ever before. .. Continue Reading 3D image of Antarctica offers clearest picture yet of ice coverage Category: Science Tag

2017-03-28 11:17:05
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Next gen Roadie tuner breaks free of smartphone dependence   

We were so impressed by the original Roadie robotic guitar tuner we reviewed in 2015 that it's been in our gig bag ever since, helping to ease the burden of countless string changes and tune ups. Having to use it together with a tablet or smartphone hasn't really proved a problem - both the tuner and our smart devices tend to travel with us much of the time anyway - but Band Industries has launched an upgraded Roadie on Kickstarter that does away with the smartphone altogether......

2017-03-28 07:15:47
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Glazed skyscraper will be wrapped in a ribbon of green   

Starchitect Daniel Libeskind's firm has unveiled an unusual new mixed-use skyscraper for Toulouse, France, that features a glazed facade broken up by greenery. Construction on the Occitanie Tower is due to begin in 2018 and completion is expected in 2022. .. Continue Reading Glazed skyscraper will be wrapped in a ribbon of green Category: Architecture Tags: Skyscrapers Green Walls Building and Construction Related A

2017-03-28 06:53:08
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Elon Musk's new company aims to blend brains and bits   

Elon Musk is reportedly launching yet another company with some far-out goals. The new venture, Neuralink, aims to develop a brain-computer interface (BCI) that could help treat health conditions like epilepsy in the short-term and allow humans to keep pace with artificial intelligence further down the road... Continue Reading Elon Musk's new company aims to blend brains and bits Category: Science Tags: Brain Machine Interface Brain

2017-03-28 05:06:03
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How graphene quantum dots can fight cancer, counterfeiting and wine spoilage   

In the world of materials, graphene is the spunky new kid who's annoyingly good at everything it tries. It's super strong, light, functionally non-toxic and thermally and electrically conductive, and is just beginning to show up in commercial products. In the near future, fluorescent quantum dots of the stuff could crop up in clothes, cosmetics, consumer electronics and even cancer treatments. New Atlas spoke to Moti Gross, the CEO of Dotz Nano, an Australian-listed company that's de

2017-03-28 04:58:41
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2017 BMW K1600GT Review: Intercontinental ballistic touring   

BMW's K1600GT offers a rare and compelling combination of comfort, speed and intelligence. Active electronic suspension, adaptive headlights, central locking and a new reverse gear are just a few standard features on this 160-horsepower, 6-cylinder, mile munching beast... Continue Reading 2017 BMW K1600GT Review: Intercontinental ballistic touring Category: Motorcycles Tags: Motorcycle BMW Touring Related Articles:

2017-03-28 04:48:48
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Liquids that pump themselves may be in the pipeline   

Thanks to gravity, fluids flow downwards following the path of least resistance. To better control where they go, humans have spent thousands of years developing pipes and pumps, but now researchers at Brandeis University have mixed biological molecules into a substance that marks the first steps towards developing a self-propelling liquid that could flow free of human or gravitational influence... Continue Reading Liquids that pump themselves may be in the pipeline Category: Mat

2017-03-28 04:45:51
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How Jetpacks could shape the future of personal transport   

Earlier this month, we witnessed the first "civilian" flight of a real-life jetpack made by Jetpack Aviation. During our time at the test site in California, we also made a point of pulling aside company founder and CEO David Mayman to ask him where he sees this whole jetpack thing going, and his vision is much broader than you might expect. Mayman doesn't just see a future for jetpacks, he sees the future centered around jetpacks and other VTOL technology he's working on today... C

2017-03-28 03:40:57
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Supersonic plasma jets discovered in Earth's upper atmosphere   

A few months after spotting a jet stream of molten iron in the Earth's outer core, the European Space Agency's (ESA) Swarm satellites have found a similar system at work in the upper atmosphere. There, the electrical fields created through solar winds interacting with the planet's magnetic field have been found to drive supersonic plasma jets, which can heat the ionosphere to temperatures as high as 10,000º C (18,032º F)... Continue Reading Supersonic plasma jets discovered in Ear...

2017-03-28 03:36:27
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Electric grains make Titan a top destination for sand castle builders   

It turns out that fizzy lakes may not be the only oddity offered up by Saturn's largest moon. Scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology say that Titan may also be home to electric sand that rolls around in the wind and forms clumps that cling together for long periods of time. This is not only of interest to pure scientists, but could also make the moon the best place in the Solar System to build sand castles... Continue Reading Electric grains make Titan a top destination

2017-03-28 03:35:19
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NASA developing drones to take to Martian skies   

Using rovers has done wonders to open up Mars exploration, but traveling at a rate of about 10 mi (16 km) every four and half years is still a bit limiting, so NASA"s Langley Research Center is looking at expanding that range by equipping future missions with autonomous aerial drones. These electric-powered aircraft would work in conjunction with rovers to cover much more ground much more quickly and to directly investigate interesting features some distance from base without having

2017-03-28 01:31:32
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Should companies be forced to build encryption backdoors into services?   

British authorities recently revealed that the Westminster Bridge attacker, who killed four people and injured scores of others, may have sent or received messages through the encrypted WhatsApp service minutes before launching the horrific attack. The revelation has rekindled the controversial debate over whether tech companies should implement backdoors that allow governments access to encrypted information on digital devices... Continue Reading Should companies be forced to build

2017-03-28 01:09:14
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Eve "vision car" opens new door on autonomous car design   

While we were preoccupied with the Geneva Motor Show, electrifying Chinese automotive startup NIO was in the United States revealing its vision for the autonomous car of the future. NIO plans to branch out from its Nürburgring-scorching, 1-megawatt electric supercar and bring autonomous electric vehicles to US roads by 2020. The Eve "vision car" puts NIO's stamp on the world of autonomous car design with intriguing features like forward-sliding doors, a roomy interior layout and an ...

2017-03-27 21:43:38
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Apple software updates add Find My AirPods function, expanded Siri support   

Today, Apple released software updates for its mobile and watch operating systems. iOS 10.3 brings features like "Find my AirPods", Siri support for mobile payments and ride booking, CarPlay shortcuts and more. watchOS 3.2 adds similar Siri enhancements and a Theater Mode... Continue Reading Apple software updates add Find My AirPods function, expanded Siri support Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Apple Apple Watch watchOS

2017-03-27 21:36:03
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Fantastic fossil footprints found in Australia   

Where are there fossilized footprints from more types of dinosaurs than anyplace else in the world? Well, that would be the Dampier Peninsula, in the Kimberly region of Western Australia. Nicknamed "Australia's Jurassic Park," a 25-km (15.5-mile) stretch of the coastline contains tracks from 21 different types of dinosaurs, embedded in 127 to 140 million-year-old rock... Continue Reading Fantastic fossil footprints found in Australia Category: Science Tags: J

2017-03-27 20:01:19
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Bizarre dwarf galaxy named "Was 49b" found in galactic merger   

Most of the time, the billions of galaxies that make up the universe go about their business without bothering their neighbors. Sometimes, though, like galactic bumper cars, they smash into each other. When they do, the massive black holes at their centers usually behave a certain way. However, a merger of two galaxies observed by some of NASA's space-based tech shows that there's always an exception to the rule... Continue Reading Bizarre dwarf galaxy named "Was 49b" found in galac

2017-03-27 19:22:12
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1,000-hp drift Corolla iM shrugs off beige reputation   

When it comes to providing inoffensive transportation, the Toyota Corolla is king. That might make it a favourite among retirees, but it doesn't make it the most natural base for a professional race car. Unperturbed by this fact, Rockstar Energy has chosen a Corolla iM as the base for its latest Formula D entry. Trips to the pharmacy have never been so smoky. .. Continue Reading 1,000-hp drift Corolla iM shrugs off beige reputation Category: Automotive Tags:

2017-03-27 18:41:59
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Huawei Watch 2 review: Reality doesn't quite meet expectations   

Huawei's latest smartwatch comes with a sportier look, built-in GPS and 4G/LTE capabilities, and all the bells and whistles of Android Wear 2.0, but is it going to be enough to make you want to buy one? New Atlas takes a look... Continue Reading Huawei Watch 2 review: Reality doesn't quite meet expectations Category: Smartwatches Tags: Huawei Android Wear Wearable Related Articles: Huawei

2017-03-27 17:21:22
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Marble machine maker shares bouncing bass build secrets   

Last year, artist and musician Martin Molin of the German band Wintergatan shared the results of his mechanical labor of love with the online community - the Musical Marble Machine. A captivating combination of cogs, wheels, pulleys and wood, the hand-cranked music maker quickly became a viral video hit. Now Molin is working on a new version of the machine with a view to taking it on stage, and has shared a video documenting the design and build of the upgraded bass guitar componen...

2017-03-27 13:16:32
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3D modeling comes to the HTC Vive   

HTC has released MakeVR for the HTC Vive virtual reality headset. The 3D-object modeling application lets designers create and examine objects in VR and once they're ready, export them for 3D printing... Continue Reading 3D modeling comes to the HTC Vive Category: VR Tags: HTC Vive Virtual Reality VR 3D Printing HTC CAD Related Articles: 3D prin

2017-03-27 12:42:48
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Huawei Watch 2 review: Expectations don't quite meet reality   

Huawei's latest smartwatch comes with a sportier look, built-in GPS and 4G/LTE capabilities, and all the bells and whistles of Android Wear 2.0, but is it going to be enough to make you want to buy one? New Atlas takes a look... Continue Reading Huawei Watch 2 review: Expectations don't quite meet reality Category: Smartwatches Tags: Huawei Android Wear Wearable Related Articles: Huawei wa

2017-03-27 11:43:11
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Can poo-scooping drones do away with left-behind doggie doo?   

As far as the societal impacts of drones go, this one appears on the less significant side of things. But dig a little deeper, if you will, and uncollected dog droppings can have quite a footprint. Dutch purveyor of canine products Tinki estimates that 100 million kg (220 million lb) of dog droppings are not properly disposed of in the Netherlands each year, so it has teamed up with the national test center for drones to develop an automated system that scans the ground and collects

2017-03-27 11:31:07
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Stars discovered forming in extreme black-hole-driven environment   

A team of European astronomers says it has made the first confirmed observation of stars forming in the powerful outflow of material hurled out by a galaxy's central supermassive black hole. This outflow represents an extreme environment for star formation, and the presence of stars within it could help answer a number of puzzling questions, including how our galaxy, and others like it, got their shape... Continue Reading Stars discovered forming in extreme black-hole-driven environ

2017-03-27 10:12:44
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DJI proposes electronic accountability for drones   

There may indeed be laws limiting the places in which aerial drones can be flown, but if someone sees a drone breaking one of those laws - particularly if it's from a distance - how do they know who's responsible? Drone manufacturer DJI has suggested a solution, in the form of what amounts to an "electronic license plate.".. Continue Reading DJI proposes electronic accountability for drones Category: Drones Tags: Drone laws DJI Innovations ...

2017-03-27 09:52:12
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Algorithm-aided blood test could help locate cancer early   

Patients have better odds in the fight against cancer if it's caught early, but diagnosis often involves invasive biopsies that aren't usually undertaken unless there's already reason to suspect the presence of cancer. But soon it could be as simple as a routine blood test, thanks to a new computer program from UCLA researchers that can spot biomarkers in a patient's blood sample and identify where in the body a tumor might be hiding... Continue Reading Algorithm-aided blood test co

2017-03-27 08:33:43
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Sensor-packed electric skateboard gives hand remotes the Bird   

Though we're not opposed to pounding a foot on pavement, we do find electric skateboards to be a whole lot of exhilarating fun. French startup Bird feels that the hand-held ride controllers that inevitably accompany the experience are cumbersome and unnecessary though. Its development team has created a board-based control system that makes use of feet, not hands, to control acceleration and braking... Continue Reading Sensor-packed electric skateboard gives hand remotes the Bird

2017-03-27 06:01:46
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Back from the dead? Sightings lure scientists in search of Tasmanian tiger   

It has been more that 80 years since the last Tasmania tiger died in captivity, but there are a few parties that suspect this carnivorous marsupial still roams the Australian outback after dark. Among those are scientists from James Cook University, who are preparing a field survey on the very northern tip of Queensland in hopes of catching the nocturnal creature in action... Continue Reading Back from the dead? Sightings lure scientists in search of Tasmanian tiger Category: Bio

2017-03-27 05:30:23
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"Immortalized" stem cells produce bigger, better blood batches   

Donating blood saves lives, but there's never enough, especially when the difficulties of storage and matching blood types are taken into account. Artificial blood has been in the works for years, but it's held back by the fact that the stem cells it's grown from can only produce so many red blood cells. Now, researchers at the University of Bristol and NHS Blood and Transplant may have busted that barrier, by developing immortalized cell lines that can be cultured indefinitely to pr

2017-03-27 05:28:32
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Anti-aging protein reverses hair loss, improves stamina in mice   

Anti-aging drug research has honed in on senescent cells in recent years. These are damaged cells that accumulate in various tissues and organs as we get older and are known to damage adjacent cells and cause chronic inflammation associated with age-related diseases. A team of scientists has discovered a peptide that targets these cells to reverse symptoms of aging in mice. The treatment restored missing fur, improved kidney function and fitness in mice genetically engineered to rapi

2017-03-27 03:53:43
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The first "civilian" Jetpack pilot gets off the ground   

Jetpack Aviation reached a major milestone this month when it strapped a regular guy with no training into its JB-10 Jetpack. The first-time pilot managed to fly the thing, if only for an extended hovering session while tethered to a cable strung across a small, cleared section of a California avocado orchard... Continue Reading The first "civilian" Jetpack pilot gets off the ground Category: Aircraft Tags: Jetpack Jetpack Aviation (company)

2017-03-27 03:43:17
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Concept system puts cyborg turtles under mind control   

Cyborg insects have been scuttling and buzzing around for years, but now, researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have scaled the idea up to a turtle. With their concept system, a human driver could use a brain-computer interface (BCI) to send instructions to direct the movement of the turtle just by thinking about it... Continue Reading Concept system puts cyborg turtles under mind control Category: Science Tags: Cybor

2017-03-27 03:09:11
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The best VPNs in 2017   

There's a growing number of valid reasons to use a virtual private network in 2017, but with the number of companies marketing VPNs skyrocketing, making an informed decision is harder than ever. We've evaluated four of the leading commercial VPN providers - IPVanish, ExpressVPN, NordVPN and PrivateInternetAccess. Here's who we recommend... Continue Reading The best VPNs in 2017 Category: Computers Tags: VPN Related Articles: ...

2017-03-27 02:39:32
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 vs. Google Pixel C   

Before the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, "Google Pixel" meant the Google Pixel C, a high-end Android-running tablet. Samsung has just released an Android tablet of its own, the Galaxy Tab S3, with a similar price point and a few extra perks. Here's how their specs and features compare... Continue Reading Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 vs. Google Pixel C Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Tablet Samsung Tab S3 Product Comparison

2017-03-27 02:24:48
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US Senate votes to allow ISPs to sell your web browsing history   

Last week, the US Senate voted to overturn rules preventing internet service providers from selling user's web browsing data without opt-in permissions. The controversial vote was a major win for ISPs who were arguing that the new regulations could stifle their ability to compete in the burgeoning digital advertising marketplace... Continue Reading US Senate votes to allow ISPs to sell your web browsing history Category: Computers Tags: Governments

2017-03-27 02:16:41
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Hands-on: Do we miss the viewfinder on Canon's EOS M6?   

It's safe to say that the EOS M5 was the first mirrorless camera from Canon to really impress us. So when the firm recently announced the EOS M6, which promises to pack similar flagship skills into an even more compact body, we were keen to get our hands on it. Read on to see what we made of the upcoming camera when we went hands-on at The Photography Show 2017... Continue Reading Hands-on: Do we miss the viewfinder on Canon's EOS M6? Category: Digital Cameras Tags: ...

2017-03-27 02:15:55
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Liquid energy storage system gets the "MOST" out of the Sun   

Solar power is potentially the greatest single energy source outside of controlled nuclear fusion, but the Sun is literally a fair weather source that relies on daytime and clear skies. To make solar energy a reliable, 24-hour source of energy, a team of scientists at Sweden's Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg is developing a liquid energy storage medium that can not only release energy from the Sun on demand, but is also transportable... Continue Reading Liquid energy

2017-03-25 11:30:01
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ESA turns to soil to keep lunar missions warm at night   

ESA is developing a new heating system to help future missions to the Moon survive the freezing, fortnight-long lunar night. Currently, landers and rovers rely on nuclear or electric heating systems to keep their electronics warm, but the space agency is looking at ways to turn the lunar surface itself into a cheap, sustainable heat source that can be tapped after the Sun sets... Continue Reading ESA turns to soil to keep lunar missions warm at night Category: Space Tags:

2017-03-25 05:19:47
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iPad (2017) vs. iPad Pro 9.7   

Apple's new iPad marks a new budget-minded strategy for Apple's tablet line. The company still, however, has a high-end iPad that falls in the same 10-inch window. Let's compare the features and specs of the entry-level iPad with the high-end iPad Pro 9.7... Continue Reading iPad (2017) vs. iPad Pro 9.7 Category: Mobile Technology Tags: iPad Pro iPad Product Comparison Apple Tablet Related A

2017-03-25 01:44:39
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World's smallest car race will take place on a gold chip   

An international competition is coming up in Toulouse, France at the end of next month, but it's not a very big one. It's microscopic, in fact. Organized by CNRS (the National Center for Scientific Research), the Nanocar Race will see four "cars" each made up of about a hundred atoms, racing against one another on a -270 ºC (-454 ºF) gold track that's just 100 nanometers long - that's 0.0001 millimeters... Continue Reading World's smallest car race will take place on a gold chip...

2017-03-24 19:21:04
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Refillable vest offers last-mile wearable transport for clean water   

While water scarcity gets a lot of attention, simply transporting this vital resource is in itself a huge dilemma. Women spend around 200 million hours a day hauling clean water around, and just 16 percent of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa have access to it in their homes. WaterVest is a wearable bladder designed to lighten the load, allowing users to carry several days' worth of water for a family in a single trip. .. Continue Reading Refillable vest offers last-mile wearable

2017-03-24 16:40:03
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Drone dogfight event aims to draw out the best drone safety tech   

We've already seen a few inventive approaches to taking down drones, and come December this year, we might be in for a few more. DroneClash is a drone dogfighting event organized by Delft University that pits pilots against one another not to be the first across a finish line, but to take down as many drones as possible in the name of safety... Continue Reading Drone dogfight event aims to draw out the best drone safety tech Category: Drones Tags: Competition

2017-03-24 16:10:39
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Lack of sleep leads to diminished grasp of facial expressions   

Chronic lack of sleep has been linked to high blood pressure, diabetes, aging skin, elevated cholesterol levels, weight gain and more. Now researchers have done a study that seems to suggest missing shuteye has another less serious side effect: the inability to tell when someone else is happy or sad by looking at his or her face... Continue Reading Lack of sleep leads to diminished grasp of facial expressions Category: Science Tags: Insomnia Sl

2017-03-24 13:10:03
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Lightweight tiny house built to withstand high winds   

We don't see many tiny houses that can deal with extremes in weather. The Leaf House 3 is one exception, and Tennessee-based Transcend Tiny Homes' new Amsterdam 24 model is another. The towable dwelling is remarkably lightweight, offers plenty of storage space for its size, and is rated to withstand very high winds. .. Continue Reading Lightweight tiny house built to withstand high winds Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home Severe Weather

2017-03-24 11:56:15
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One Big Question: Why is artificial intelligence still kind of dumb?   

Once the domain of science-fiction authors and script writers, artificial intelligence is steadily marching into the real world. Recently we've seen the technology do everything from reading lips better than the experts to playing in a poker tournament and trouncing its human competition. But while it seems everyone is jumping on the AI bandwagon (or should that be futuristic car?), we were wondering just how advanced the technology really is. So we put a question to Igal Raichelgauz

2017-03-24 09:55:43
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City-slicking Opel Crossland X majors on customization   

It might be under French control now, but the move from General Motors to Peugeot ownership hasn't slowed the new-product offensive from Opel. The Crossland X aims to cash in on the massive compact SUV market, with plenty of customisation options and a range of compact, efficient turbocharged engines. .. Continue Reading City-slicking Opel Crossland X majors on customization Category: Automotive Tags: SUV Opel Turbo

2017-03-24 06:13:15
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Wet or dry, the HexH2O Pro v2 will fly   

Drones are invaluable for photographers and filmmakers keen to capture the world from the skies, but their effectiveness is limited as soon as it starts raining. The HexH2O Pro v2 aims to improve on the all-weather versatility of its predecessor, offering better battery life and range than the outgoing HexH2O Pro... Continue Reading Wet or dry, the HexH2O Pro v2 will fly Category: Drones Tags: Waterproof DJI Innovations Underwat

2017-03-24 06:07:48
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​How to locate the Great Fairy Fountains in Breath of the Wild   

To stand a chance of surviving the tougher enemies you'll face later in the game, you'll need to upgrade your armor - and to unlock all four upgrade tiers, you'll need to find all four Great Fairies. Here's our guide to their locations... Continue Reading ​How to locate the Great Fairy Fountains in Breath of the Wild Category: Games Tags: Breath of the Wild Game Guides Related Articles: How to get th...

2017-03-24 05:53:56
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Citrus peels could give activated charcoal a run for its money   

There may be a new way of keeping orange and grapefruit peels out of our landfills - besides composting them, that is. Researchers have devised a method of using the peels to remove heavy metals from wastewater... Continue Reading Citrus peels could give activated charcoal a run for its money Category: Environment Tags: Water Pollution Filters University of Granada Waste Related Articles: ...

2017-03-24 05:51:41
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DNA-repairing drug could fight aging and radiation damage   

Most of us accept that aging is inescapable, but maybe it doesn't have to be. Researchers at Harvard Medical School and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have uncovered one of the key mechanisms that gradually weakens our body's ability to repair DNA, and tests were able to restore the cell function of old mice to that of their younger counterparts. The team says an anti-aging drug could be developed in the next few years, and the treatment also shows promise in reversing DNA

2017-03-24 05:49:12
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Forget bezel-free displays, we want smartphones that don't need a case   

Going bezel-less is shaping up to be one of the biggest smartphone trends of the year. Edge-to-edge displays are striking, and it's advantageous to have smaller devices with larger screens. But how alluring can luxury builds be if you need to stuff them in a protective case? We wish that smartphone makers would prioritize good-looking phones that can also stand up to everyday use... Continue Reading Forget bezel-free displays, we want smartphones that don't need a case Category:

2017-03-24 05:29:25
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Compact, multi-personality camper van makes easy work of outdoor living   

Citroën has proven pretty adept at making flashy vans that turn heads at auto shows. But everyone has their superior. German camper specialist Pössl has made the most innovative Citroën SpaceTourer we've seen, and that's a group that includes the recent SpaceTourer 4x4 Ë. Pössl's Campster uses its compact, modular design to tackle weekend and everyday adventures... Continue Reading Compact, multi-personality camper van makes easy work of outdoor living Category: Automotive ...

2017-03-24 05:27:26
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Moto G5 Plus review: The best budget smartphone   

Motorola, under Lenovo ownership, has a good thing going with the Moto G series. You'd think its simple goal - give consumers the best phone possible for a reasonable price - would be more prevalent in the mobile world. As it stands, though, that consumer-friendly blend of quality and cost makes the Moto G5 Plus stand out in a thicket of phones that are most often either expensive beasts or underwhelming cheapies. Read on for New Atlas' Moto G5 Plus review... Continue Reading Mo...

2017-03-24 05:10:41
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Art in the age of ones and zeros: Internet art   

Art has always been fundamentally intertwined with technology. New techniques and materials have constantly allowed artists to innovate and create new types of works. Our series, which kicked off with examinations of "datamoshing", ASCII art, and BioArt, looks at the impact of digital technologies on art and illustrates how artists are creating entirely new forms of art using these modern tools. In this instalment we examine the weird, boundary-pushing world of internet art... Conti

2017-03-24 04:56:22
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World's largest artificial Sun rises in Germany   

Germany isn't exactly famous for its sunshine, so to help with the country's commitment to investigating renewable energy, the German Space Center (DLR) has constructed the world's largest artificial Sun. Making its public debut today in Jülich, North Rhine-Westphalia, the three-storey "Synlight" electrically-powered sun lamp will be used for various research projects, including developing processes for producing hydrogen fuel using sunlight... Continue Reading World's largest arti...

2017-03-24 03:47:31
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2017 BMW S1000RR Review: Quiet confidence meets outrageous velocity   

The BMW S1000RR is purring pussycat and raging cheetah in one, a magic-trick melding of otherworldly performance and pleasant rideability that defies logic as much as it defies physics. Although 2017 may represent a fairly minor update for the barnstorming BMW S1000RR, it's still an absolutely extraordinary machine. Bristling with technology and bulging with power, it's somehow a smooth and easy-riding city commuter when it's not unleashing all kinds of hell on the open road. We spen

2017-03-24 01:17:19
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Rock Band VR lands on the Oculus Rift   

The Rock Band game franchise - where you can live out your dreams of shredding the guitar in front of a packed crowd - has been reimagined for virtual reality. Rock Band VR hits the Oculus Store today. .. Continue Reading Rock Band VR lands on the Oculus Rift Category: VR Tags: Gaming Oculus Oculus Touch Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Related Articles: The be...

2017-03-23 21:49:14
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Spinach leaves provide vascular structures for lab-grown human cardiac tissue   

On the surface, plants and animals couldn't be more different. However, as researchers at Worcester Polytechnic University (WPU) have discovered, they also share surprising similarities in their vascular network structures. So what if there was a way to take advantage of these similarities to grow human cardiac tissue using leaves? The WPU researchers have done just that... Continue Reading Spinach leaves provide vascular structures for lab-grown human cardiac tissue Category: Me

2017-03-23 21:14:15
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Review: Crazy off-road fun in Yamaha's YXZ1000R SS SE   

If you've never driven an off-road recreational vehicle like Yamaha's YXZ1000R, picture something halfway between a serious racing quad bike, a dune buggy and a rally car. Super long travel suspension, massive off-road tires and four-wheel-drive, powered by a howling 1,000cc motor. Yamaha's top-of-the-line two-seater off-road race buggy now features paddle shift auto and launch control, making it easier than ever to get sideways, airborne and over just about anything. New Atlas' Loz

2017-03-23 20:04:26
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Drip-free wine bottle might save your tablecloth   

Maybe you wrap a napkin around the bottle neck, maybe you've got one of those fancy drip rings or maybe, if you're onto your third bottle, you don't really give a damn. Whatever your stance on wasted wine, it's difficult to stop dribs and drabs making their way down the outside of a bottle as it is being poured. Now one scientist says he has come up with a superior bottle design that keeps the drips in-house, all thanks to a carefully placed groove... Continue Reading Drip-free wine

2017-03-23 15:45:41
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Smartphone-based device measures mens' fertility   

Thanks to research being conducted at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Massachusetts General Hospital, men may soon be able to perform full fertility tests in their own homes. Led by Manoj Kanakasabapathy and Hadi Shafiee, researchers at the hospitals are developing a smartphone-based optical device that can assess sperm concentration and motility based on a single semen sample - no going off into a private room at a clinic required... Continue Reading Smartpho...

2017-03-23 15:26:11
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Motorcycle gloves put navigation on the back of your hand   

If you want GPS-enabled navigation on your motorcycle, you can of course just mount your smartphone (or a dedicated device) on the handlebars. According to Atlanta-based biker Steven Friedlander, however, trying to look at that little screen while riding isn't an ideal setup. His alternative? Gloves that'll show you where to go... Continue Reading Motorcycle gloves put navigation on the back of your hand Category: Motorcycles Tags: GPS Gloves

2017-03-23 14:50:13
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Hands-on: Looking at the differences between Canon's new mid-range DSLRs   

Last month Canon announced two new mid-range DSLRs in the form of the EOS 800D and the EOS 77D. We recently got the chance to go hands-on with the duo at The Photography Show 2017. Read on to see what we thought of the upcoming cameras, how they differ, and which one might be right for you. .. Continue Reading Hands-on: Looking at the differences between Canon's new mid-range DSLRs Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Photography Canon EOS ...

2017-03-23 13:47:55
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Yellow fever decimating howler monkeys in Brazil   

Howler monkeys fill the forests in which they live with a deep guttural roar. If you've ever heard a group sounding off, you'd be forgiven for thinking the monster of your childhood nightmares was lurking not far away. In a particular patch of Brazilian forest, however, the trademark sound of the primates has been replaced by an eerie silence as the creatures fall prey to an outbreak of yellow fever. While tragic, one researcher says the event could offer valuable insight into simian

2017-03-23 13:23:10
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Solar-powered synthetic skin could give prostheses a sense of touch   

For years Ravinder Dahiya has been developing thin and flexible electronics, the kind that could be used for synthetic skin, and for years the material scientist has wrestled with various obstacles. These include making sensors that are small enough and electronics that can bend enough, not to mention how such things could be powered. His team is now reporting a breakthrough in which it has integrated solar cells into a graphene-based electronic skin, raising the possibility of prost

2017-03-23 12:10:07
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Apple iPad (2017) vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3   

Samsung and Apple both have 9.7-in tablets launching this week. However, the two makers are taking very different approaches to their respective devices: Samsung's Tab S3 has higher-end specs and features, while Apple's new iPad is relatively entry-level. Let's compare the two... Continue Reading Apple iPad (2017) vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Tablet Apple Samsung Product Comparison

2017-03-23 11:50:38
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Cute polyphonic touch synth designed for creative fun   

For the last few years, Skot Wiedmann at the University of Illinois has been teaching electronics and music to students using a build-it-yourself mini touch synth called the Hyve. Now he's taken the 60 voice analog polysynth to Kickstarter to get it into the hands of more music makers, with backers offered fully-assembled, naked and board-only versions to get their creative juices flowing... Continue Reading Cute polyphonic touch synth designed for creative fun Category: Music

2017-03-23 11:07:04
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Hands-on: Getting to grips with the Pentax KP DSLR   

When Pentax announced the compact KP DSLR earlier this year, we were intrigued by the image stabilization and almost ridiculously high ISO settings it offers, along with its interchangeable grips. So, when we recently got the chance to try the new shooter at The Photography Show in Birmingham, UK, we were keen to see if the camera could live up to its spec sheet. Read on to see how we got on... Continue Reading Hands-on: Getting to grips with the Pentax KP DSLR Category: Digital

2017-03-23 09:25:01
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Misfit's Vapor fitness smartwatch will run Android Wear 2.0   

Fitness tracker company Misfit, which was purchased by Fossil in 2015, has announced that its first bona fide smartwatch will run Android Wear 2.0. The Misfit Vapor has a more streamlined form factor than many recent smartwatches, and is poised to fill a fitness-focused niche... Continue Reading Misfit's Vapor fitness smartwatch will run Android Wear 2.0 Category: Smartwatches Tags: Wearable Fitness Related Articles:

2017-03-23 06:21:21
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Automatically curbing Apple Watch notifications seems like a wise way to prevent distracted driving   

There are times when at-a-glance notifications do more harm than good - driving is one of them. A recently awarded patent suggests that the Apple Watch could eventually prevent this distraction/nuisance by automatically detecting when you're driving and following suit by halting notifications. Considering the known dangers of distracted driving, it seems like a wise way to approach smartwatch safety... Continue Reading Automatically curbing Apple Watch notifications seems like a w...

2017-03-23 05:48:58
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Dinosaur family tree might be uprooted by new fossil study   

The dinosaur family tree is about 130 years old, but it may not stand the test of time. Based on a new study of dozens of fossils and tens of thousands of specific anatomical features, scientists from the University of Cambridge and the London Natural History Museum are proposing that we uproot the old family tree and replace it with one that better reflects how dinosaurs and their descendants evolved... Continue Reading Dinosaur family tree might be uprooted by new fossil study

2017-03-23 05:48:16
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Peugeot van serves as the shell of a rolling oyster bar   

When it's not creating e-bikes and scooters, Peugeot Design Lab can sometimes be found putting its talents toward evolving the world of food trucks. Two years ago it revealed the innovative Le Bistrot du Lion. That food-dishing, music-spinning rolling cafe made such an impression on Gillardeau, the oyster specialist commissioned its very own food truck, a four-wheeled oyster bar that can track down crowds and serve up delectable shucked treats from the sea... Continue Reading Peugeo

2017-03-23 05:37:27
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Unexpected new lung function discovered: Making blood   

Our bodies still hold plenty of secrets, and scientists have just uncovered a doozy: the lungs play a key role in producing blood. Until now, this task was ascribed solely to bone marrow, but studies on mice at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) have found that, surprisingly, the majority of the body's platelets are produced in the lungs, as is a backup reservoir of blood stem cells that can step in when those in the bone marrow run dry... Continue Reading Unexpected

2017-03-23 05:26:10
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Smart gloves put workout tracking in the palm of your hand   

If you're a gym junkie - and there are plenty out there - having a watch, wristband or glove capable of accurately tracking your session is invaluable. The latest take on workout tracking from PureCarbon promises live rep counting and weight tracking, thanks to sensors embedded in the palm of a glove. .. Continue Reading Smart gloves put workout tracking in the palm of your hand Category: Wearables Tags: Weight Wearable Indie...

2017-03-23 04:47:26
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Samsung confirms LTE connectivity for Gear S3 Classic smartwatch   

Samsung's Gear S3 smartwatch comes in both "Classic" and "Frontier" varieties. Until now, only the latter has been available in an LTE variant. Today, Samsung announced that US customers will soon have the option of purchasing a Gear S3 Classic with 4G cellular connectivity as well. .. Continue Reading Samsung confirms LTE connectivity for Gear S3 Classic smartwatch Category: Smartwatches Tags: Samsung LTE Wearable

2017-03-23 04:27:39
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Google Street View cars now sniffing out methane leaks   

As natural gas pipelines beneath our cities get older, small natural gas leaks are increasingly becoming a serious environmental problem. Taking advantage of the fact that Google's Street View cars are constantly roaming our urban corridors, a novel project has incorporated methane-sensing equipment into the cars so accurate data can be generated to better target pipeline repairs... Continue Reading Google Street View cars now sniffing out methane leaks Category: Environment T

2017-03-23 04:01:07
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Protein discovery points to potential blood test for all cancers   

Developing a blood test that can detect cancer has been a major area of research for scientists in recent years. Early detection is key in helping doctors successfully treat the disease and a blood test would be far simpler than invasive biopsies. Researchers at Purdue University recently made a major breakthrough identifying a series of proteins that, when found in elevated levels in a patient's blood, can signify the presence of cancer... Continue Reading Protein discovery points

2017-03-23 03:54:14
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How to get the Boulder Breaker in Breath of the Wild   

The Boulder Breaker is a high-durability, two-handed weapon with 60 attack points - and its super handy for fighting stone enemies like the Stone Talus, and smashing ore deposits. Here's how to get one... Continue Reading How to get the Boulder Breaker in Breath of the Wild Category: Games Tags: Breath of the Wild Game Guides Related Articles: How to find (and beat) Lynels in Breath of the Wild ...

2017-03-23 03:49:42
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Mirror, mirror, on the wall, what's my schedule for today?   

Digital assistants seem to be the Next Big Thing at the moment, but they appear to be mainly stuck in the audio realm. Daptly would prefer things to be a bit more visual, so it's introducing the Daptly Display. It looks like a trendy mirror, but is really a gesture-controlled interactive assistant and display screen... Continue Reading Mirror, mirror, on the wall, what's my schedule for today? Category: Around The Home Tags: Automation Assista

2017-03-23 03:46:30
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iPad (2017) vs. iPad Air 2   

Apple has axed the aging iPad Air 2 and replaced it with a refreshed 9.7-inch iPad (just iPad, no suffixes) that's slightly more affordable. The two are nearly indistinguishable from the outside, but their internals vary. Here's how their specs and features stack up. .. Continue Reading iPad (2017) vs. iPad Air 2 Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Product Comparison iPad Air 2 iPad Apple Tablet

2017-03-23 03:13:25
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Nanofiber filter lets through air and light, but blocks particles and UV rays   

When a smog alert is declared, citizens are often told to stay indoors, but that dirty air is still going to get in. However, people in affected cities could soon breath easier thanks to a new nanofiber solution developed at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Air filters made from the material can block most small particles, while still letting air circulate, and at the same time block UV rays without reducing natural light... Continue Reading Nanofiber filter lets through

2017-03-23 03:10:17
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Gorgeous gigapixel image puts Dubai in the spotlight   

As camera technology and editing techniques continue to improve, photographers are able to capture incredibly detailed snaps. From staggering landscapes to shots of the night sky, the number of gigapixel images being released is on the rise, including the stunning shot of Dubai you see here. Shot as a promo for Bentley Motors' Flying Spur W12 S, viewers are able to zoom and pan around the image as they please... Continue Reading Gorgeous gigapixel image puts Dubai in the spotlight

2017-03-23 02:58:36
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Review: 2017 Buick LaCrosse is more than a restyled Impala   

For the 2017 model year, Buick totally reconfigured the big LaCrosse sedan in an effort to differentiate it from the crowd of standard and semi-luxurious sedans on the market. Buick succeeded, taking what used to be just a restyled Impala and making it something unique to the segment... Continue Reading Review: 2017 Buick LaCrosse is more than a restyled Impala Category: Automotive Tags: Reviews Sedan Buick Luxury

2017-03-23 02:52:59
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How to complete the Leviathan Bones side quest in Breath of the Wild   

In this side quest, you'll need to photograph leviathan skeletons in three different locations, two of which can be pretty tough to locate - but fear not, as we've done the hard work for you... Continue Reading How to complete the Leviathan Bones side quest in Breath of the Wild Category: Games Tags: Game Guides Breath of the Wild Related Articles: How to find (and beat) Lynels in Breath of the Wild ...

2017-03-23 02:32:31
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How to get the climbing gear in Breath of the Wild   

Scaling some of the larger mountains in Hyrule can be quite a challenge, particularly earlier on in the game before you've upgraded your stamina. But stamina isn't the only thing holding you back. The climbing gear increases the speed of your climbing, and once you've got the whole set, you'll wonder how you lived without it. Here's how to get it... Continue Reading How to get the climbing gear in Breath of the Wild Category: Games Tags: Breath of the Wild

2017-03-23 02:01:49
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Review: Crazy off-road fun in Yamaha's YXZ1000RR SS SE   

If you've never driven an off-road recreational vehicle like Yamaha's YXZ1000R, picture something halfway between a serious racing quad bike, a dune buggy and a rally car. Super long travel suspension, massive off-road tires and four-wheel-drive, powered by a howling 1,000cc motor. Yamaha's top-of-the-line two-seater off-road race buggy now features paddle shift auto and launch control, making it easier than ever to get sideways, airborne and over just about anything. New Atlas' Loz

2017-03-23 01:16:06
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High-tech wheel makes your bike ... slower?   

Hill-climbing may be a great workout for cyclists, but, well … not everyone has a hilly road nearby. That's why Australian cyclist Michael Freiberg created the AIRhub. Sold as a complete front wheel, its hub incorporates an electromagnetic brake that creates up to 100 watts of resistance. It's sort of like being on an indoor trainer with the resistance turned up, except you're out on the road, where you belong... Continue Reading High-tech wheel makes your bike ... slower?

2017-03-22 21:32:42
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Less costs (much) more with featherweight PG Bugatti Bike   

Having created one of the fastest, most luxurious cars in history, Bugatti has been busy expanding the range of lifestyle vehicles related to its flagship. Well-to-do owners could already pair their car with a custom boat, and now they can match it with the PG Bugatti Bike, a limited-edition fixie with show-stopping looks and, naturally, an eye-watering price. .. Continue Reading Less costs (much) more with featherweight PG Bugatti Bike Category: Bicycles Tags:

2017-03-22 20:36:08
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Study: Coal plant development in "freefall"   

Worldwide changes have prompted a big drop in the development of coal-fired power plants, a new study from several environmental groups has found. Shifts in policy and economic conditions in China and India are central to the decline, says the report, which describes a 48 percent drop in overall pre-construction activity. .. Continue Reading Study: Coal plant development in "freefall" Category: Energy Tags: Clean Energy Climate Change

2017-03-22 19:54:59
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Citroen E-Berlingo has a practical body, poor range   

Electric vehicles are starting to take hold, with early adopters of the technology faced with cars in a wider range of body styles and price points than ever before. Along with practical hatchbacks and sedans, families in need of a green-minded load-lugger can move their kids, luggage and more with the Citroen E-Berlingo Multispace. .. Continue Reading Citroen E-Berlingo has a practical body, poor range Category: Automotive Tags: Citroen Van

2017-03-22 19:53:47
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Daimler finds artificial sunlight could make for brighter truckers   

Truck drivers spend a long time sitting in small space, with variable sleeping hours and long stints driving through the night. This is amplified for truckers working during winter in Northern Europe, where daylight is in short supply. A research team at Daimler has looked into the effects of "artificial daylight" in truck cabins, finding light at the right wavelength can have a huge positive impact on drivers while they work. .. Continue Reading Daimler finds artificial sunlight co

2017-03-22 19:17:48
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Apple makes the right moves with cheaper new iPad   

As far as Apple reveals go, yesterday's announcement falls squarely in the minor and iterative category. (For proof, look no further than its press-release/no-event announcement.) But we still have a few thoughts about how a cheaper 9.7-in iPad, the highlight of the day's announcements, could change things for the better... Continue Reading Apple makes the right moves with cheaper new iPad Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Tablet Apple

2017-03-22 14:39:23
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Why buying a top-shelf smartphone makes less sense than ever   

Premium smartphone flagships cost as much as 2-3 times more than their mid-ranged counterparts. In today's market, the advantages of a more expensive phone are less distinct than ever. Here's why even buyers that appreciate high-end builds and a buttery smooth software experience should think twice before paying top dollar for the latest and greatest... Continue Reading Why buying a top-shelf smartphone makes less sense than ever Category: Mobile Technology Tags:

2017-03-22 13:35:09
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Hands on: Lomography goes with glass for its new wide-angle shooter   

Lomography has announced the launch of the Lomo'Instant Automat Glass Magellan, which is said to be the first instant camera with a glass wide-angle lens. The camera, which boasts a 21mm equivalent F4.5 optic, isn't due to be available until April, but we recently got hands-on with one at The Photography Show 2017... Continue Reading Hands on: Lomography goes with glass for its new wide-angle shooter Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Lomography

2017-03-22 13:04:27
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Largest land donation in history to help connect "Route of Parks" through pristine Patagonia   

Massive untamed grasslands, winding glacial fjords and granite mountain peaks dot the 1,500-mi (2,400-km) landscape between the port city of Puerto Montt and Cape Horn at Latin America's very southern tip. An effort to lock away this wild beauty for future generations has now taken a huge step forward by way of a new pledge to grow Chile's national parklands by 11 million acres (4.4 million hectares), an expansion that includes the largest private land donation in history. .. Contin

2017-03-22 12:59:27
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"Lab on a glove" could help hunt for deadly nerve agents   

When a terrorist attack happens, every second counts in terms of response time. A new rubber glove developed by the University of California San Diego and CSIRO Manufacturing in Australia could not only help first-responders quickly detect dangerous nerve agents like sarin and VX, but it could also help ensure a safe food supply... Continue Reading "Lab on a glove" could help hunt for deadly nerve agents Category: Good Thinking Tags: Flexible Electronics

2017-03-22 11:17:58
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What we'll likely see at Samsung's Galaxy S8 launch event   

Samsung normally unveils its Galaxy smartphone flagships at the Mobile World Congress, but this year, the Korean technology giant has opted for an Apple-style standalone reveal event instead. Here's what we (think we) know so far about the Unpacked event on March 29 that will show off two new flagships, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus... Continue Reading What we'll likely see at Samsung's Galaxy S8 launch event Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Smartphones

2017-03-22 07:31:05
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Taking down Factor XII in the blood to fight Alzheimer's   

While the buildup of sticky proteins called amyloid plaques in the brain has been repeatedly linked to Alzheimer's disease, the role of blood in the formation of the condition has been less clear. Researchers at Rockefeller University believe they've now linked an important plasma-based protein called Factor XII to Alzheimer's, which could one day help control symptoms of the disease... Continue Reading Taking down Factor XII in the blood to fight Alzheimer's Category: Biology

2017-03-22 07:11:55
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Luxury home comes wrapped in an undulating aluminum skin   

Located in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles, Mario Romano's Wave House must rate as one of the most unique houses we've seen here at New Atlas. The eye-catching luxury pad is wrapped in a facade comprising 300 individually cut pieces of white powdercoated aluminum that were designed using computer software and fabricated on-site. .. Continue Reading Luxury home comes wrapped in an undulating aluminum skin Category: Architecture Tags: Luxury

2017-03-22 06:42:13
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Infrared system could deliver 40 Gbps wireless networks   

Wi-Fi works by sending information via radio waves, but systems that rely on light - be it infrared or visible - have the potential to achieve much faster speeds. A system proposed by a team at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) uses infrared rays beamed down from antennas in the ceiling and is claimed to be capable of data transfer rates of over 40 Gbps, regardless of how many devices are hooking into the network... Continue Reading Infrared system could deliver 40 Gbps ...

2017-03-22 05:12:04
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Review: Rinsten Spring isn't a pain in the butt   

Butt discomfort is a common complaint among cyclists, caused at least in part by road vibrations being transmitted up the frame and into the saddle. As a result, we've seen a number of suspension seatposts and cushy saddles being introduced over the years. The Rinsten Spring takes another approach yet, in the form of a steel spring that's installed between the saddle and seatpost. I recently got to try one out, on my local potholey streets... Continue Reading Review: Rinsten Spring

2017-03-22 05:06:50
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