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Google makes virtual reality easier for viewers and creators with new VR180 format   

One of the easiest ways into virtual reality right now is through the 360-degree videos pushed by the likes of Facebook and YouTube, spherical movie balls that you sit inside and peer around in. Now Google wants to offer an even simpler format for content creators and viewers alike: VR180... Continue Reading Google makes virtual reality easier for viewers and creators with new VR180 format Category: VR Tags: Google Immersive Media

2017-06-23 13:48:07
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Caltech ditches the optics for a slimmer camera future   

While cameras continue to get smaller, using a lens to focus light physically limits this process, even with ultra-thin flat lenses on the way, and explains why so many smartphones have protruding camera bumps. However, researchers at Caltech have now developed a lensless camera which could lead to considerably thinner and flatter imaging devices... Continue Reading Caltech ditches the optics for a slimmer camera future Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Caltech

2017-06-23 10:41:10
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Scribbler crafts world's first dual nozzle 3D printing pen   

Adding a third dimension to sketches with a 3D printing pen can bring a whole new layer of fun to doodling. But as we discovered for ourselves last year, it's not as easy as company reps make it look. Despite a number of variations on the theme over the years - including pro models, kid-safe cordless pens and slimmed down flavors - all of these creative tools have had one thing in common, a single extruder nozzle. Clearly Scribbler believes that two heads are better than one, and...

2017-06-23 10:18:12
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Jaguar Land Rover readies its Autonomous Urban Drive for public roads   

Jaguar Land Rover is powering ahead in its pursuit of a driverless future, showing off its so-called Autonomous Urban Drive technology as it gears up for public trials. The technology is designed to steer a vehicle through urban streets, and is a step towards level four autonomy where cars can operate independently in these types of environments. .. Continue Reading Jaguar Land Rover readies its Autonomous Urban Drive for public roads Category: Automotive Tags:

2017-06-23 08:10:03
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Amazon envisages drone-delivery towers for urban areas   

A patent filed by Amazon outlines the company's vision for vertical drone delivery hives that could be destined for urban centers. These tall, multilevel cylinders would receive truck freight at the ground level, with robots then loading up delivery drones that would leave and return through dozens of windows dotted up the sides of the structure... Continue Reading Amazon envisages drone-delivery towers for urban areas Category: Drones Tags: Amazon

2017-06-23 04:22:50
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Audi's active suspension prepares for the road ahead   

Audi is gearing up to tackle the Mercedes S-Class and BMW 7 Series with a smart new A8. We still haven't been treated to a look at the finished flagship, but teasers have started to trickle out of Ingolstadt. Having shared details about the car's lightweight body, Audi says the suspension on the new A8 will automatically adjust itself based on the road ahead... Continue Reading Audi's active suspension prepares for the road ahead Category: Automotive Tags: ...

2017-06-23 03:36:43
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Move over, Planet 9: Does a Mars-sized 10th planet lurk beyond Pluto?   

In January last year, astronomers from Caltech suggested that a gigantic so-far-undiscovered planet might be lurking on the fringes of the Solar System. Now researchers from the University of Arizona (UA) have found that if it exists, this so-called Planet Nine might not be alone out there. Weirdly wobbling objects in the Kuiper Belt seem to indicate the influence of yet another planetary body at least as large as Mars. .. Continue Reading Move over, Planet 9: Does a Mars-sized 10t

2017-06-23 03:30:42
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Timex to introduce first watch with MEMS technology movement   

Timex has something of a reputation as a middle-of-the-road, play-it-safe, value-for-money watchmaker, but the company is stepping out of its comfort zone to partner with France-based SilMach and create a new electronic watch movement. Using Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems (MEMS) technology, the pair are developing the first MEMS-powered watch movement to create a more flexible, compact analog readout watch with more functions... Continue Reading Timex to introduce first watch with

2017-06-23 03:22:28
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Katja and Miracle Mike (the Nitrous-breathing Indian Scout named after a headless chicken)   

Former Grand Prix rider Katja Poensgen only signed on to ride for the resurrected Indian brand on June 10, but in the following week she has taken two spectacular wins and generated more race-winning publicity than the brand has had in Europe for a century. And just to add flavor to the story, the 39-year-old mother's Nitrous-Oxide-burning 185-hp Indian Scout motorcycle is named "Miracle Mike", after a headless chicken of the same name. You couldn't make this stuff up... Continue Re

2017-06-23 02:59:16
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This house looks like it's still under construction (in a good way)   

Australian architect Alexander Symes purchased his first house back in 2008. Finding it rather tired and in need of a lot of maintenance, he took the opportunity to carry out a radical renovation. The result is the Up-Cycle House, an attractive and unusual home that incorporates recycled materials and sustainable design. .. Continue Reading This house looks like it's still under construction (in a good way) Category: Architecture Tags: Buildi

2017-06-23 02:56:22
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Netflix launches interactive "Choose Your Own Adventure" TV shows   

Before "interactive movie" video games told sweeping stories that players could steer by making decisions, there were Choose Your Own Adventure books that … well, let readers choose their own adventure. Streaming video technology has now allowed Netflix to embrace the concept and release its first interactive "branching" narrative program that gives viewers a say in how the story progresses... Continue Reading Netflix launches interactive "Choose Your Own Adventure" TV shows

2017-06-23 02:55:50
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Dutch bike lock disables smartphones while on the move   

Plenty of time and effort has been dedicated to reducing the number of car accidents caused by smartphones, but drivers aren't the only road users susceptible to distraction. To keep cyclists focused on the road, Dutch telecom company KPM has teamed up with the Dutch Traffic Safety Association to develop a smart bike lock that disables the rider's phone while on the move... Continue Reading Dutch bike lock disables smartphones while on the move Category: Bicycles Tags:

2017-06-23 02:04:09
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DJI drone buying guide: Spark vs. Mavic vs. Phantom   

Plenty of companies are jostling to get drones in the air, but in our experience over the last few years, DJI has always managed to keep a step ahead. With the entry-level Spark just launched, the company now has a drone for everyone from amateur aviators to pro pilots. To help you pick which model is best for you, New Atlas is rounding up and comparing the whole DJI line... Continue Reading DJI drone buying guide: Spark vs. Mavic vs. Phantom Category: Drones Tags:

2017-06-23 01:55:10
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How 3D printing, lasers and sugar add up to industrial scale graphene production   

The carbon-based wonder material graphene is starting to make the leap from two dimensions to three. Back in February, researchers from Rice University created 3D graphene foam supported by carbon nanotubes, but it was difficult to make. Now, the team has developed a way to 3D print the material... Continue Reading How 3D printing, lasers and sugar add up to industrial scale graphene production Category: Materials Tags: 3D Printing Carbon

2017-06-23 01:46:42
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Ford tests tech to clear the way for emergency vehicles   

Regardless of how loud their sirens are, accurately locating approaching emergency vehicles while behind the wheel can be difficult. And those that don't realize such vehicles are headed their way can slow their progress through traffic. Ford is trying to cut down on such delays with a prototype system that lets drivers know exactly where the emergency vehicle is coming from so they can get out of the way... Continue Reading Ford tests tech to clear the way for emergency vehicles

2017-06-23 01:41:18
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Answering why ketamine helps depression could lead to safer drugs   

First synthesized in 1962, ketamine was initially used for pain relief and as an anaesthetic before drifting into recreational circles due to its dissociative and hallucinogenic properties. In recent years the drug has been discovered to have notable rapid-acting effects as an anti-depressant. Despite growing anecdotal support, scientists have not had a clear understanding of how ketamine's anti-depressant effects actually work. A new study has finally solved a key part of the ketami

2017-06-23 01:05:17
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Study suggests that Parkinson's could be an autoimmune disease   

For degenerative diseases like Parkinson's, any insights we can gain into its development in the brain could be vitally important in coming up new ways to apply the brakes. For this reason, a new study led by scientists at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) could form a key piece of the puzzle. They have found the first direct evidence that autoimmunity contributes to Parkinson's disease, by extension raising the prospect of manipulating the body's immune system to slow or eve

2017-06-22 20:28:42
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LG Display's latest screen is huge, transparent, and flexible   

It's an exciting time in display technologies, with flexible and transparent screens popping up regularly, albeit in the lab rather than on our devices. LG just set a new high bar though, with a huge 77-inch OLED screen that you can see through and roll up... Continue Reading LG Display's latest screen is huge, transparent, and flexible Category: Electronics Tags: Display Flexible LG OLED Transparenc

2017-06-22 12:09:03
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MVRDV's latest tower looks different from every angle   

Even for a firm as happy to experiment as MVRDV, its Bałtyk tower has a very unusual design. Located in Poznań, Poland, the mixed-use building looks totally different depending on the where you view it from, appearing almost too narrow to support itself from some angles and solid and wide from others... Continue Reading MVRDV's latest tower looks different from every angle Category: Architecture Tags: Building and Construction MVRDV ...

2017-06-22 10:41:07
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It's official: New Nissan Leaf will be semi-autonomous   

Life should be a little easier for buyers of the upcoming new Nissan Leaf, as Nissan has confirmed that the car will feature ProPILOT Assist technology. Although it should eventually offer advanced functionality, for now the system reportedly "reduces the hassle of stop-and-go single-lane highway driving.".. Continue Reading It's official: New Nissan Leaf will be semi-autonomous Category: Automotive Tags: Autonomous Vehicles Driver Assistance

2017-06-22 08:09:43
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Ford Ranger Wildtrak review: One truck to do it all   

Americans might love their trucks, but they aren't the only ones. The folks Down Under are partial to a good pickup at the moment, and Ford would argue the range-topping Ranger Wildtrak is the best pickup you can buy. With a luxurious interior, plenty of off-road gear and a ruggedly handsome face, it certainly looks good on paper. But does it deliver in the real world? .. Continue Reading Ford Ranger Wildtrak review: One truck to do it all Category: Automotive Tags:

2017-06-22 07:05:31
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GE is building the world's largest laser-powder 3D printer   

GE has announced its plans to build the world's largest laser-powder additive manufacturing machine. The device, which will be developed through a new branch of the company called GE Additive, uses a laser to mold metal powders and will be able to build parts measuring up to 1 m3 (35 cubic feet)... Continue Reading GE is building the world's largest laser-powder 3D printer Category: 3D Printing Tags: 3D Printing General Electric ...

2017-06-22 05:56:12
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Ferrari takes home 2017 International Engine of the Year   

As emissions standards get tighter, you might think International Engine of the Year would go to a clever compact powertrain, or an engine that mixes miserly fuel consumption with punchy performance. Turns out the panel of 58 automotive journalists in Stuttgart weren't thinking that way, and instead handed this year's top award to the a twin-turbo Ferrari V8... Continue Reading Ferrari takes home 2017 International Engine of the Year Category: Automotive Tags:

2017-06-22 05:14:32
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Bosch brings ABS to e-bikes   

According to two studies conducted by Bosch Accident Research, e-bike accidents could be reduced by up to 25 percent if the bikes were equipped with anti-lock braking systems. It shouldn't come as a surprise, therefore, that Bosch eBike Systems has responded by creating the world's first series-produced ABS for e-bikes. .. Continue Reading Bosch brings ABS to e-bikes Category: Bicycles Tags: Bosch Braking Electric Bicycle

2017-06-22 04:35:31
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"Exploration telepresence" may virtually get people to Mars   

As far as many people are concerned, there are just two ways of exploring other planets - either robots do it while all the humans stay back on Earth, or astronauts go and do so in person. Both approaches have their advantages and drawbacks. According to a trio of scientists, however, the best idea may lie somewhere between the two... Continue Reading "Exploration telepresence" may virtually get people to Mars Category: Space Tags: Arizona State University ...

2017-06-22 04:32:18
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Synth hack gives exercise bike its own beat   

Last year, sonic wizard Sam Battle transformed an old kids bike into a rolling synthesizer. The faster the Synth Bike 2.0 was pedaled, the quicker the beat. Now he's updated the design for a Science Gallery Dublin exhibit, plonking an analog synth and drum sequencer between the handlebars of a BMX. As with the earlier hack, the faster the rider pedals, the faster the tempo - but this time, the Synth Bike 3.0 goes nowhere fast... Continue Reading Synth hack gives exercise bike its ...

2017-06-22 04:27:27
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Putting the brakes on runaway electrons brings fusion power a step closer   

A functional fusion reactor may still be a dream, but it's a dream that is slowly becoming a reality with numerous research efforts and experiments aiming to unlock the near unlimited supply of clean energy that such a reactor would provide. The challenges scientists face in getting nuclear fusion to work are undeniably difficult, but not insurmountable, and two young physicists have recently solved one of the major problems engineers have been grappling with for almost half a centur

2017-06-22 04:19:41
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University of Michigan's self-driving buses will shuttle students across campus   

The University of Michigan has played home to some interesting developments in the self-driving space. Now its dedicated research facility, Mcity, is putting some of its expertise into practice by launching the campus' first driverless shuttles... Continue Reading University of Michigan's self-driving buses will shuttle students across campus Category: Automotive Tags: Autonomous Vehicles Electric bus Self-Driving

2017-06-22 04:16:36
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Krayon brings sunrise and sunset to mechanical watches "Everywhere"   

They say there's nothing new under the sun, but the world of haute chronologie still has a few tricks up its sleeve. In a real first, Swiss watchmaker Krayon has released the Everywhere - the first watch that not only displays the times of sunrise and sunset, but can be set by the wearer for any location on Earth instead of for a specific location that is hardwired into it at the factory... Continue Reading Krayon brings sunrise and sunset to mechanical watches "Everywhere" Cat...

2017-06-22 03:25:30
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"Mushroom sausages" provide building material with a tasty bonus   

Mushroom sausages may sound like something off a vegan menu, but for Brunel University London student Aleksi Vesaluoma, they are the building material of the future. Developed in collaboration with architecture firm Astudio, they not only allow for building light, biodegradable structures, but have the added bonus of providing a delicious side dish for the morning bacon and eggs... Continue Reading "Mushroom sausages" provide building material with a tasty bonus Category: Materia

2017-06-22 03:20:12
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Review: How practical is the BMW i3?   

The BMW i3 is a compact, well-designed little electric five-seater with a nod towards both sustainable design and operation that speaks to the German make's dedication to clean motoring. The i3 sees some big changes for 2017 and, we found, continues to be a bit of a niche vehicle to Americans... Continue Reading Review: How practical is the BMW i3? Category: Automotive Tags: Related Articles: The Workhorse Surefly could become a two-

2017-06-22 02:36:18
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NASA plans probe of mysterious ice giants in the outer Solar System   

Uranus hasn't had a visitor since 1986 and Neptune's been neglected since 1989, but NASA has begun to outline its plans to return to the ice giant planets on the fringes of our Solar System. In preparation, the agency conducted a study to determine the scientific focus of these potential missions, the kinds of instruments needed and the logistics of how the spacecraft would get there... Continue Reading NASA plans probe of mysterious ice giants in the outer Solar System Category:

2017-06-22 02:25:02
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CARNAC program to put robots in the pilot's seat   

Unmanned aircraft are generally either built that way from the ground up, with robotic systems integrated from the earliest design stages, or are existing aircraft that are extensively modified to add such systems so they can fly without a human pilot on board. But there is a third option - a drop-in robotic system that can fly an unmodified aircraft in much the same way as a human pilot. RE2 Robotics has been tapped by the US Air Force to develop such a system... Continue Reading...

2017-06-22 01:30:24
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Video: Sit behind the wheel of a self-driving racecar   

RoboRace is shaping up as an intriguing motorsport category, but there's still plenty of work to be done before autonomous racers are trading paint like humans. The series will eventually run alongside Formula E, but it's still very young - a fact resoundingly proven by footage taken on board a DevBot prototype around the Berlin ePrix Circuit. .. Continue Reading Video: Sit behind the wheel of a self-driving racecar Category: Automotive Tags: Autonomous Veh...

2017-06-22 01:26:08
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It's important to remember that forgetting is important   

If files on your computer suddenly vanished after a while, you'd be in line for a new one pretty quickly - and yet, that's basically what our brains do all the time. From misremembering facts in an exam that you spent all night cramming for, to losing the keys that were just in your hand a minute ago, forgetting is a frustrating experience. But a new paper suggests that when it comes to human memory, forgetting things may be just as important as remembering... Continue Reading It'...

2017-06-22 01:03:52
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Multitool finds a new place to hide   

There are already cycling multitools that sit inside the handlebars and in the crank hollow, so what other empty spaces does that leave? Well, how about the inside of the steerer tube? That's exactly where Rugged Components' Dialed Cap goes, and it's currently the subject of a Kickstarter campaign... Continue Reading Multitool finds a new place to hide Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling Kickstarter Multi-Tools Related Arti

2017-06-21 19:57:09
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Sega revives retro games for free on mobile   

If Mario coming to mobile still doesn't satisfy your longing for yesterday's gaming heroes on your morning commute, then a raft of re-released retro titles from Sega might help get the job done. Dubbed Sega Forever, the collection is free for iOS and Android users, and brings some of the platform's beloved icons back to life for gaming while on the move. .. Continue Reading Sega revives retro games for free on mobile Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Games

2017-06-21 18:47:24
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2017 Paris Air Show in photos   

The 52nd edition of the Paris Air Show has taken over Le Bourget Airport in Paris this week, with aircraft makers big and small trying to secure business deals before the gates open to the public on Friday. Between handshakes and champagne lunches, trade visitors could look to the skies above the exhibition center for thunderous acrobatics or visit static displays to get a close-up look at all that the industry had to offer. Join us as we look at some show highlights... Continue Rea

2017-06-21 15:37:02
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Autonomous tunnelling robot takes on the trenches   

Installing things like underground water/gas pipes or telecommunications cable conduits can be a very disruptive process. Typically a trench has to be dug first, which is subsequently filled back in once the piping has been laid along the bottom. Might it not be easier if small-diameter tunnels could simply be bored directly into the soil - particularly in urban environments? That's what the autonomous BADGER robot is being designed to do... Continue Reading Autonomous tunnelling ...

2017-06-21 15:08:37
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RhinoWolf modular, all-in-one tent system sleeps one or 100   

Camping has always been a social experience, a place to disconnect from the everyday and reconnect with family and friends. That's truer than ever today, as youths look at camping and outdoor recreation as social activities to be happily enjoyed with friends, old and new. Outdoor companies and designers have responded with more social equipment, including community tent systems like the Crazy X and Pod Tents. The all-new RhinoWolf is a light, all-in-one tent that links up to create a

2017-06-21 12:57:09
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Meeting Owl robotic conference camera focuses on the person speaking   

US-based startup Owl Labs has today unveiled a video conference camera with a few neat tricks up its sleeve. Designed to make sometimes chaotic remote business meetings feel more natural, the Meeting Owl camera features a 360-degree camera that can both broadcast the entire room and focus automatically on the person speaking... Continue Reading Meeting Owl robotic conference camera focuses on the person speaking Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Office

2017-06-21 11:28:03
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South Korea signs on to build full-scale Hyperloop   

Considering that just four years ago it was an idea cooked up by a busy billionaire in his spare time, the Hyperloop is gaining serious traction in all corners of the globe. One of the startups vying to make it a reality, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT), has announced a partnership with the South Korean government and local universities to build the world's first full-scale Hyperloop system. .. Continue Reading South Korea signs on to build full-scale Hyperloop Catego

2017-06-21 10:41:10
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"Our cars will always have a steering wheel" – BMW talks autonomy and electrification   

Autonomous vehicle development is hammering along at a rapid rate, but it seems to be raising more questions than answers. Everything we know about car design - both inside and out - is up in the air. That means established brands need to inject their DNA into an entirely new type of car. Head of BMW i Product Management, Dr Alexander Kotouc, had some fascinating ideas about delivering 'Sheer (Self) Driving Pleasure' in the autonomous age. .. Continue Reading "Our cars will alwa...

2017-06-21 05:22:57
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In photos: The 2017 Paris Air Show   

The 52nd edition of the Paris Air Show has taken over Le Bourget Airport in Paris this week, with aircraft makers big and small trying to secure business deals before the gates open to the public on Friday. Between handshakes and champagne lunches, trade visitors could look to the skies above the exhibition center for thunderous acrobatics or visit static displays to get a close-up look at all that the industry had to offer. Join us as we look at some show highlights... Continue Rea

2017-06-21 04:51:28
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Textron's Nightwarden drone debuts at Paris Air Show   

The 2017 Paris Air Show has witnessed another unveiling as Textron Systems Unmanned Systems' Nightwarden Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System (TUAS) made its international debut at Paris-Le Bourget Airport. The latest variant of the AAI RQ-7 Shadow Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), the Nightwarden is the production-ready version of the developmental Shadow M2, which first flew in 2012... Continue Reading Textron's Nightwarden drone debuts at Paris Air Show Category: Aircraft Tags:

2017-06-21 04:44:31
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The Neyk submarine: Does this "subaquatic luxury jet" hold water?   

If you have enough spare change for your own bespoke submarine, you can probably afford one kitted out like a luxury private jet. That seems to be the logic behind Ocean Submarine's Neyk line of submersibles. The Netherlands-based startup is offering a 19-m (63-ft)-long, 100-ton underwater vessel capable of carrying up to 12 passengers in an airplane-style cabin complete with leather seats, a full bar, galley, and library. Or is it?.. Continue Reading The Neyk submarine: Does this "

2017-06-21 04:32:37
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Jaguar adding sub-$40K E-Pace to fast-growing utility vehicle line-up   

Jaguar is eager to keep the utility vehicles rolling out ... and understandably so, since the ever-stylish F-Pace helped it achieve an 83 percent sales bump last year. It already has the I-Pace in the works for 2018, and now it's released the first details about the E-Pace, a smaller crossover designed to combine the looks of a slim, sexy athlete with the fortitude of an unwearying nomad (or at least a weekend warrior posing as said nomad)... Continue Reading Jaguar adding sub-$40K

2017-06-21 04:09:31
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EE pitches 4G Smart Tent at UK's Glastonbury music festival   

At a festival like Glastonbury, a tent is usually just a makeshift place to flop for a few hours of shuteye between sets, but for this year's event, British telecomms company EE is pitching a high-tech tent to keep festival-goers connected. Acting as a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot, the kitted-out camper packs VR headsets, voice-activated mood-setting, livestreams of performances, a solar-powered boot warmer and a fridge that reminds you to restock it... Continue Reading EE pitches 4G Smart Tent

2017-06-21 03:56:59
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LG G6+ brings superior sound and storage to flagship phone   

LG's 2017 flagship smartphone, the G6, has only been out for about three months, but the company has already announced an upgraded model, the G6+. Along with some new functionality that will also be coming to existing G6 phones through a software update, the G6+ expands internal storage, improves sound quality, and adds wireless charging capabilities... Continue Reading LG G6+ brings superior sound and storage to flagship phone Category: Mobile Technology Tags:

2017-06-21 03:56:18
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City dwellers finally get a compact crossover from Kia   

It seems like a new compact crossover is launched every second day at the moment, with fresh high-riding hatches from Hyundai and Citroen launching within days of each other last week. Now they have company from Kia, in the form of the sharply-styled Stonic. .. Continue Reading City dwellers finally get a compact crossover from Kia Category: Automotive Tags: Kia SUV Turbo Related Articles:

2017-06-21 03:36:23
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Ancient Egyptian "billboard" could rewrite history of hieroglyphs   

Archaeologists from Yale and the Royal Museums of Art and History in Belgium have discovered an ancient Egyptian "billboard" that might turn back the clock on when the hieroglyphic writing system was thought to be introduced to the general population. The huge inscriptions date back to about 3,250 BCE, and show a form of writing that was thought to only be used by the ruling class at that time... Continue Reading Ancient Egyptian "billboard" could rewrite history of hieroglyphs C

2017-06-21 03:30:49
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Electric beach buggy concept opens up to the Elements   

Every year, Skoda gives members of its trainee program the freedom to create a unique concept. The results have been impressive in the past few years, with students creating funky compact pickups and fastback city cars, but the latest trainee team has used the sea and sand as inspiration, turning the Citigo into an electric beach buggy called the Element... Continue Reading Electric beach buggy concept opens up to the Elements Category: Automotive Tags: Conce

2017-06-21 03:30:07
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Airbus' Urban Air Mobility Roadmap leads to an electric future   

Recognising that urban mobility will become one of the most challening issues for a global society that is quickly urbanising, Aerospace giant Airbus put on a very convincing showing this week when it outlined its developing portfolio of urban air mobility solutions at the Paris Air Show. The roadmap puts the company's previous electrification projects in context, fully reveals Project Vahana (top Left), and outlines future projects we'll see over the next few years. .. Continue Rea

2017-06-21 03:26:27
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Ford loads up FX4 package for off-road Expeditions   

Having announced the new Expedition at the Chicago Auto Show, Ford has treated off-road enthusiasts to a tougher FX4 package. With better underbody protection and a proper rear differential, the Expedition FX4 should couple the efficiency of the standard car with the ability to handle difficult off-road trails. .. Continue Reading Ford loads up FX4 package for off-road Expeditions Category: Automotive Tags: Ecoboost Ford Off-road

2017-06-21 02:47:59
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Watch the F-35 in its first public aerobatic demonstration   

It's not the first time the F-35 Lightning II has appeared at an air show, but it is the first time it has wowed crowds with a full aerobatic display. An F-35A - the conventional take-off and landing (CTOL) variant - showed the public what it could do at the 2017 Paris Air Show on Monday, in the aircraft's aerial demonstration debut... Continue Reading Watch the F-35 in its first public aerobatic demonstration Category: Aircraft Tags: F-35 JSF ...

2017-06-21 02:44:03
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Scientists say antimicrobial soaps are harmful and don't work   

If the label on your hand soap proudly boasts that it kills 99 percent of germs, it might be time to stop using it. According to a consensus statement signed by over 200 scientists and medical professionals, there's no evidence that so-called antimicrobial chemicals actually do anything to prevent illness - and worse, they might be actively harming your health and the environment. .. Continue Reading Scientists say antimicrobial soaps are harmful and don't work Category: Healt...

2017-06-21 02:19:26
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Roland launches Designer Series with boutique SE-02 analog synth   

Part of Roland's Boutique Series, which includes the TR-09 rhythm machine and VP-03 vocoder introduced last year, the "go anywhere" SE-02 monophonic analog synthesizer represents the first analog member of the exclusive club and debuts a new sub-series. Roland is collaborating with select synth makers for its new Designer Series sound machines, and worked with analog synth veterans Studio Electronics for the first out of the gate... Continue Reading Roland launches Designer Series w

2017-06-21 02:19:24
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OnePlus makes flagship specs affordable with its new OnePlus 5   

We've got our first official look at the OnePlus flagship phone for 2017 - the OnePlus 5. With a high-resolution dual-lens rear camera, up to 8 GB of RAM, and a sleek-looking unibody design, OnePlus will once again be hoping to give the big smartphone names something to worry about... Continue Reading OnePlus makes flagship specs affordable with its new OnePlus 5 Category: Mobile Technology Tags: OnePlus Smartphones Related Articles:...

2017-06-21 02:10:10
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Luxury train offers visitors to Peru's Andes a taste of the high life   

The Peruvian Andes are home to some spectacular sights, and explorers looking to take it all in can now do so from the comfort of what is billed as South America's first luxury sleeper train. The Belmond Andean Explorer not only exposes passengers to some of the region's most breathtaking landscapes, it also offers a distinctly local touch courtesy of Peruvian textures, handicrafts and cuisines... Continue Reading Luxury train offers visitors to Peru's Andes a taste of the high life

2017-06-21 02:06:32
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Another record price for ultra-rare Enigma cipher machine   

An extremely rare German four-rotor M4 Enigma cipher machine from the Second World War has set a new world auction record at a Christie's sale at Rockefeller Center in New York. The property of an American collector, it sold at for US$547,500, topping the previous record for a fully operational Enigma M4 used by the German U-boat forces during the war of US$463,500... Continue Reading Another record price for ultra-rare Enigma cipher machine Category: Computers Tags:

2017-06-21 01:42:07
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Electric Volocopter to be trialled in the skies of Dubai   

If there is one place on Earth that seems set to embrace audacious transport solutions, then that place is Dubai. Already with upcoming flying taxi trials and plans for a supersonic Hyperloop network on the table, the city will soon see an 18-rotor electric "Volocopter" take flight as part of its first real-world test run. .. Continue Reading Electric Volocopter to be trialled in the skies of Dubai Category: Aircraft Tags: Dubai Electric Aircra

2017-06-21 01:35:35
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Vest sees through chests, to check heart patients' lungs   

According to The Ohio State University, over half of all patients who are treated for heart failure end up back in the hospital within six months, due to fluid buildup in their lungs. Israeli company Sensible Medical has set out to change that, however, with a wearable device known as the SensiVest. Ohio State is currently leading a national randomized clinical trial of the technology, within the US... Continue Reading Vest sees through chests, to check heart patients' lungs Cate

2017-06-21 01:24:40
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Solar-powered tiny house caters to artistic types   

Utah's Alpine Tiny Homes, the firm responsible for the Tiny Giant, recently completed an interesting new tiny house for a mother and her son. The aptly-named Artist runs off-the grid with solar power and its unusual layout includes a small artist's studio that enables the creative owner to enjoy painting and sketching... Continue Reading Solar-powered tiny house caters to artistic types Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home House Micr

2017-06-21 01:20:07
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More venomous Hennessey emerges from the shadows   

Hennessey doesn't have the engineering might of Bugatti behind it, but that hasn't stopped the tuners in Texas from developing cars capable of breaking speed records. The Venom F5 was first teased last year, with John Hennessey proudly proclaiming it would top 290 mph (467 km/h). Now, we have a shadowy first look at the finished product - and it looks mean... Continue Reading More venomous Hennessey emerges from the shadows Category: Automotive Tags: Bugatt...

2017-06-21 01:13:35
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Scalable solar-powered desal system could supply water to homes and towns   

The majority of the planet's surface may be water, but unfortunately a heaping pile of salt makes most of that undrinkable. Desalination makes saltwater more palatable and potable, but being a bit of an energy guzzler means it isn't the most practical solution in off-grid situations. A new system makes use of nanoparticles to harness the power of the sun and distill water more efficiently, without needing electricity... Continue Reading Scalable solar-powered desal system could supp

2017-06-21 01:09:31
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Airbus' new copter concept has wings   

If you want a helicopter to be faster and more efficient in forward flight, why not just give it some wings for added aerodynamic lift, and a set of propellers (aka lateral rotors) for forward thrust? That was the thinking behind the Eurocopter X3 demonstrator aircraft. This Tuesday at the Paris Air Show, Airbus Helicopters announced its plans to build on that concept, in the form of the code-named Rapid And Cost-Effective Rotorcraft - or Racer, for short... Continue Reading Airbu...

2017-06-21 01:08:06
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Report sheds new light on lead up to fatal Tesla Autopilot crash   

For all the positive things said about the system, a cloud has hung over Tesla Autopilot since Joshua Brown was killed while using the system last year. An in-depth investigation by the National Transport Safety Board (NTSB) has shed light on how Autopilot functioned leading up to the accident, revealing Brown had his hands off the wheel for the majority of the trip... Continue Reading Report sheds new light on lead up to fatal Tesla Autopilot crash Category: Automotive Tags:

2017-06-21 01:07:22
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Open source desktop bot is aimed at makers young and old   

Barcelona-based robotics company Thecorpora has launched an Indiegogo campaign to get the successor to its Q.bo robot from 2012 into the hands of kids, educators, developers and robot enthusiasts. Unlike the earlier model, the Q.bo One - which is described as easy to build, simple to program and easy to hack - isn't mobile but sits in a cradle on a desktop... Continue Reading Open source desktop bot is aimed at makers young and old Category: Robotics Tags: ...

2017-06-21 01:07:19
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Sphero breaks out a chatty interactive Spider-Man toy   

Connected toys from Sphero generally have one thing in common, movement. We've seen rolling robot balls and tubes, and even a small BB-8 droid from Star Wars which users could control with the Force (or rather a wristband). However, the latest offering from the firm is a more static Spider-Man figure that's been created around the idea of voice-based interactive play... Continue Reading Sphero breaks out a chatty interactive Spider-Man toy Category: Children Tags:

2017-06-19 13:45:50
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Denali tiny house makes small living feel much less cramped   

Alabama's Timbercraft Tiny Homes, the firm behind the Retreat, recently completed another model that pushes the definition of a tiny house. Dubbed the Denali, the towable dwelling measures a massive 37 ft (11.2 m)-long and is very spacious inside, boasting high ceilings and a larger-than-usual bedroom. .. Continue Reading Denali tiny house makes small living feel much less cramped Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Building and Construction Home

2017-06-19 12:56:02
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Kiss House flatpack home can be assembled in just four days   

UK Passivhaus specialist Mike Jacob has joined with award-winning architect Adrian James to create a flatpack home that takes less than a week to install. Dubbed "Kiss House" the prefabricated housing model is similar in concept to the Mini House from a few years back, but on a much bigger and more livable scale. Offering two, three and four bedroom versions, the Kiss House is built using cross-laminated timber (CLT), which is a sustainable alternative to traditional building methods

2017-06-19 07:59:24
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Tesla brings self-parking and smoother steering to Enhanced Autopilot cars   

Tesla isn't the only manufacturer working to develop advanced semi-autonomous driver aids, but it takes a particularly active approach to keeping its system updated. The latest over-the-air update for Autopilot brings perpendicular and parallel parking for cars equipped with Enhanced Autopilot hardware... Continue Reading Tesla brings self-parking and smoother steering to Enhanced Autopilot cars Category: Automotive Tags: autopilot Radar

2017-06-19 05:28:49
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Mechanical failures make for a fascinating Le Mans   

Endurance racing is a seriously brutal game, where one small fault can be the difference between success and failure - and if ever there was a race to put that in focus, it was this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans. Toyota was foiled by poor reliability once again, while Porsche managed to overcome mechanical trouble of its own to secure a memorable win... Continue Reading Mechanical failures make for a fascinating Le Mans Category: Automotive Tags: Le Mans ...

2017-06-19 05:21:56
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Atari is making a new video game console   

The name "Atari" might not make a young gamers' eyes light up like Nintendo, Xbox or PlayStation, but it still carries a cultural cachet with old timers. Now the company has announced that it's getting back into the hardware game for the first time in over 20 years, with a new console called the Ataribox... Continue Reading Atari is making a new video game console Category: Games Tags: Atari Console Gaming Internet

2017-06-19 04:06:22
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The brain may learn by building 11-dimensional "sandcastles"   

We're all familiar with four dimensions - height, width, depth and time - but according to theoretical physics, the universe could be composed of as many as 11 dimensions. If you have a hard time wrapping your head around how those extra dimensions could possibly work, we've got news for you: your brain regularly makes use of these 11 dimensions to process information, according to a new study by the EPFL in Switzerland... Continue Reading The brain may learn by building 11-dime...

2017-06-19 03:38:38
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VW Polo grows up with new tech, new look   

Volkswagen has been through some tough times of late, but that hasn't stopped it from constantly improving its already impressive product lineup. Having treated the Golf to a technology injection, the company has overhauled the Polo. It might serve as an entry point to the VW range, but the Polo packs a range of features passed down from its big brothers... Continue Reading VW Polo grows up with new tech, new look Category: Automotive Tags: Diesel

2017-06-19 03:32:07
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Microsoft's Modern Keyboard has a built-in fingerprint scanner   

Microsoft has unveiled a nifty new keyboard with a clever little security measure built into it. One of its keys is not like the others, instead housing a fingerprint scanner that can be used to unlock a computer. The Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID also packs in some other nice features... Continue Reading Microsoft's Modern Keyboard has a built-in fingerprint scanner Category: Computers Tags: Accessories Computers Fingerpri

2017-06-19 02:57:03
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Elektra One Solar demonstrates 3D town mapping capabilities   

Elektra Solar demonstrated the capabilities of the company's Elektra One Solar aircraft earlier this month by mapping an historic German town in 3D. The low cost, low noise, high payload electric-solar aircraft was able to circulate silently just 300 meters over the town while it scanning the landscape below. .. Continue Reading Elektra One Solar demonstrates 3D town mapping capabilities Category: Aircraft Tags: Electric Aircraft Elektra One

2017-06-19 02:32:46
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Working 1976 Apple I computer sells "cheaply" for $355,000   

The general malaise in the collectibles industry continued last week when one of only six known working Apple I computers sold for just US$355,000. Whilst this may seem a lot for a 40-year-old computer, it is the cheapest working Apple I computer to have sold in recent times, with working models having previously fetched $626,967 (€492,000), $664,261 (€513,660) and $905,000, which is the current world record... Continue Reading Working 1976 Apple I computer sells "cheaply" for $...

2017-06-19 02:26:16
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Making idling buses and delivery trucks more environmentally friendly   

In recent years, automakers have introduced engine stop systems in cars to tackle the problem of idling engines wasting fuel. But such systems aren't appropriate for buses and food delivery trucks that need the engine running to power onboard air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Now a team at the University of Waterloo has found a way to harness the wasted energy from a vehicle as it slows down, and redirect it to secondary systems to allow the engine to be shut down when a ve

2017-06-19 01:20:34
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Broccoli compound could offer obese diabetics a drug-free way to slash blood sugar levels   

Love it or hate it, Swedish scientists have found another reason for you to load up on or at least finish the broccoli on your plate: as it turns out, sulforaphane, a powerhouse antioxidant found in the vegetable, could be Nature's secret weapon against Type 2 diabetes, offering obese patients a way to slash their blood glucose levels and fight the disease. .. Continue Reading Broccoli compound could offer obese diabetics a drug-free way to slash blood sugar levels Category: Medi

2017-06-18 02:34:25
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US Navy tests high-tech "Ouija board" for aircraft carriers   

Modern aircraft carriers may seem like the bleeding edge of technology, but they still rely on some remarkably low-tech tools to get the job done. To help bring the US Navy into the 21st century, the Office of Naval Research's (ONR) TechSolutions program is sponsoring the development of a digital aid called the Deployable Ship Integration Multitouch System (DSIMS) that will allow aircraft handlers to sort out the best way to use a carrier's flight deck and hangar without relying on a

2017-06-18 01:50:09
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Snapchat Spectacles review: Pricey fun for social media addicts   

Snapchat Spectacles - the funky-looking specs with a built-in video camera - are now on sale across Europe as well as the US, and New Atlas has been putting a pair through their paces. Here's what we thought about Google Glass for teens, including what works and what doesn't... Continue Reading Snapchat Spectacles review: Pricey fun for social media addicts Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Reviews Snapchat Wearable ...

2017-06-18 01:45:43
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Orbital ATK test fires Orion escape rocket   

The First manned Orion mission took another step closer to reality this week as Orbital ATK, in partnership with NASA and Lockheed Martin, completed a successful static ground test of the abort rocket motor for the Orion capsule's Launch Abort System (LAS). On June 15 at Orbital ATK's test facility in Promontory, Utah, the Qualification Motor-1 (QM-1) test shot flames a hundred feet into the air, confirming that the motor can respond in milliseconds to an emergency and withstand high

2017-06-17 03:51:51
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Dual-personality expedition pickup equipped for adventures of all kinds   

Prebuilt expedition vehicles like the EarthRoamer XV-LTS are cool, but some of the best things come to those who convert their trucks themselves. And if the owner happens to be one of the premier overland supply shops in the US, it's that much easier to turn a 9-to-5 workhorse into a world-touring bucket-list shredder. Salt Lake City's Equipt has done just that with "Sleepy," a dual-personality Toyota Tundra that can easily switch layouts based upon the day's agenda. Brand new-to-mar

2017-06-17 02:47:10
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Bright light lessens the night bites   

Although mosquitoes certainly do go after people during daylight hours, they're most active once the sun goes down. Therefore, if an "artificial sun" were to then come up - even briefly - would that cause them to bite less throughout the night? According to scientists at the University of Notre Dame, the answer is Yes... Continue Reading Bright light lessens the night bites Category: Science Tags: Light Mosquito University of...

2017-06-16 20:34:03
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Review: Evolve Bamboo GTX hits the electric skateboard sweetspot   

What happens when you take the most manoeuvrable deck in the Evolve Skateboards range, brighten up its looks and crank up the power? Simple: the Evolve Bamboo GTX, an all-terrain electric skateboard that takes an already appealing formula and further refines it. We strapped on our helmets, updated the health insurance and put it through its paces... Continue Reading Review: Evolve Bamboo GTX hits the electric skateboard sweetspot Category: Outdoors Tags: Elec

2017-06-16 10:16:08
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James Webb Space Telescope's first science targets announced   

NASA officials have announced some of the first targets to be observed by the much-anticipated James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) following its launch atop an Ariane 5 rocket, which is slated for lift-off in October 2018. The initial observations cover the gamut of the JWST's scientific targets, from studies aimed at unraveling the secrets of galaxy formation, to gaining a better understanding of our home solar system via an in-depth study of select planets, moons, and asteroids... C

2017-06-16 10:04:03
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AirQuadOne could be your flying quadbike   

At the upcoming Paris Air Show, European consortium Neva Aerospace will be presenting a new concept for a personal VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) aircraft. Known as AirQuadOne, plans call for the fully-electric vehicle to be able to reach a maximum altitude of 3,000 ft (914 m) and travel at top air speed of 80 km/h (50 mph), with one charge of its battery pack being good for 20 to 30 minutes of flight time... Continue Reading AirQuadOne could be your flying quadbike Categor

2017-06-16 08:07:32
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Gas electrolyte keeps very cold batteries running   

Of the various concerns that people have regarding electric cars, one of the most often-heard is the worry that their batteries won't work in cold winter weather. That may not be an issue in the semi-near future, however - scientists at the University of California, San Diego have created a new type of electrolyte that allows lithium batteries to work with "excellent performance" at temperatures as low as -60 ºC (-76 ºF). By contrast, traditional lithium-ion batteries tend to con...

2017-06-16 07:04:18
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Underwater drone battery drinks seawater to cover longer distances   

Underwater drones can be mighty useful for exploring the oceans, finding fish or filming scuba divers but they do have some drawbacks, namely how far they can travel on each charge. A startup spun out of MIT has built what could be a game-changer for these types of watercraft, in the form of a power system that drinks in seawater to activate a battery that offers a tenfold increase on range. .. Continue Reading Underwater drone battery drinks seawater to cover longer distances Ca

2017-06-16 06:30:41
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Steering DNA with yoga and meditation   

Activities like yoga, tai chi and meditation are often credited with their spiritual and emotional benefits, but researchers are steadily discovering that they have a range of physical benefits as well. In 2015, for example, it was found that meditation could reduce practitioners' levels of perceived pain by activating and deactivating different parts of the brain. Now researchers out of Coventry University in the UK and Radboud University in the Netherlands have discovered that acti

2017-06-16 06:07:13
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Saab's next-generation Gripen E fighter makes maiden flight   

Saab's next-generation fighter, the Gripen E, has taken to the skies for the first time. At 10:32 am CET on June 15, the prototype delta-wing multi-role fighter set out on its maiden flight from Linköping, Sweden with Saab test pilot Marcus Wandt at the controls. During the 40-minute flight over the eastern parts of Östergötland, the latest Gripen variant executed a series of maneuvers to test its systems, including extending and retracting its landing gear... Continue Reading Sa...

2017-06-16 05:52:49
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Parasitic worms ditch sex to become more efficient crop killers   

Is sex overrated? It depends on who you ask. In the case of the asexual root-knot nematode, the answer would probably be "yes". Unlike animals such as the American cockroach and leopard shark, which are able to produce offspring asexually when the need arises, these parasitic worms have no choice in the matter - they can only reproduce without sex. While this might not sound like a life worth living, nature has given them an edge by turning them into efficient crop-killing machines...

2017-06-16 05:05:33
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EV battery life extended by feeding energy back into the grid   

Researchers at the University of Warwick have demonstrated a new "smart grid" system whereby energy from idle electric vehicle (EV) batteries could by pumped back into the grid to power large buildings, while still having enough power to complete the vehicle's daily journeys. The study also demonstrated that this approach could actually increase the overall longevity of the vehicle's lithium-ion battery... Continue Reading EV battery life extended by feeding energy back into the gri

2017-06-16 03:59:44
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A closer look at the stunning McLaren 720S   

McLaren set tongues wagging when it unveiled the 720S at the Geneva Motor Show. With some absolutely bonkers performance claims, a brand new chassis and clever aerodynamic elements, there was just one question that needed answering: what's the story behind that new face? New Atlas took a closer look, and had a chat with George Biggs, McLaren Head of Marketing for Asia Pacific, at the Australian launch. .. Continue Reading A closer look at the stunning McLaren 720S Category: Auto

2017-06-16 03:54:02
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Jaguar goes long with the new XF Sportbrake wagon   

Whoever said size doesn't matter hasn't been watching the luxury estate market lately. It's been absolutely ablaze with sharp, curvy, agile new models like the Volvo V90, Mercedes E-Class Estate and Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo. Jaguar makes things a little more difficult for premium wagon shoppers, returning to the segment with the new XF Sportbrake, an estate built to combine "grace, space and pace." Jaguar's latest wagon will even make it to the United States, which should prove

2017-06-16 03:43:48
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Toyota sets new lap record in quest for Le Mans redemption   

Circuit de la Sarthe always delivers fascinating racing, but the 24 Hours of Le Mans was particularly interesting last year. Toyota opened a healthy lead, and looked set to end its Le Mans drought on the 18th attempt - until mechanical failure left the TS050 stranded next to the pit wall. This year is all about redemption and Toyota seems to be on the right track, setting a new lap record at Le Mans during qualifying. .. Continue Reading Toyota sets new lap record in quest for Le ...

2017-06-16 03:25:31
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Audi drops the cloth on its fastest convertible ever   

The Audi R8 Spyder isn't wanting for power or performance, with its 5.2-liter V10 engine pushing out 540 hp and 3.5-second 0-60 mph times. But Audi has had its most powerful series-production engine rattling the aluminum and CRFP of the R8 V10 plus coupe for two years ... so where's the convertible version? It's here and now, bringing with it Audi's 610-hp V10 engine, quicker acceleration and more top-end speed. This is the new R8 Spyder V10 plus. .. Continue Reading Audi drops the

2017-06-16 03:04:44
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Lyft's electric ride-sharing vehicles to run on renewable energy from day one   

A functional ride-sharing service alone could put a huge dent in carbon emissions, simply by reducing the amount of cars on the road. But Lyft wants to take things one step further, today announcing plans to power its entire fleet of electric autonomous ride-share vehicles with renewable energy, starting with the first to roll into action in Boston within the coming months. .. Continue Reading Lyft's electric ride-sharing vehicles to run on renewable energy from day one Category:

2017-06-16 02:17:07
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