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Autonomous drone lives in a shed, down on the farm   

Drones can be of great use to farmers, for doing aerial inspections of their crops. The fact is, though, flying the things back and forth over the fields can be both tricky and time-consuming. That's why Boston-based American Robotics created the Scout. It does everything autonomously, so users can reportedly just set it and forget it for an entire season... Continue Reading Autonomous drone lives in a shed, down on the farm Category: Drones Tags: Agriculture

2017-12-15 23:02:49
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It looks like `Oumuamua is just a big rock after all   

The SETI initiative Breakthrough Listen has announced that preliminary observations of the first known interstellar asteroid show no sign that the 400 m (1,300 ft)-long object is anything other than natural. No directed or broadcast radio transmissions have been detected from `Oumuamua (A/2017 U1), but observations and analysis continue... Continue Reading It looks like `Oumuamua is just a big rock after all Category: Space Tags: Asteroid SETI

2017-12-15 22:53:23
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Sitpack collapsible stool takes the load off wherever you wander   

Ever desperately need to sit, but couldn't find a proper seat anywhere? Maybe every seat in the room was occupied or you were outside and there wasn't a seat, stump or large rock - nothing. Whatever the situation, you were left standing there sore-legged and achy-backed. Never again, with the new Sitpack Zen. This ultra-portable, carbon-and-aluminum stool carries in a backpack or on your shoulder and ensures you always have a place to take the load right off... Continue Reading Si...

2017-12-15 22:13:28
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Reflective glass goes clear – just add methyl salicylate   

Imagine if your car's windshield glass could turn from being clear to reflective, when the car was parked in the hot sun. Or perhaps if there were rooftop panels that reflected unwanted solar heat in the summer, but turned clear to let it in, in the winter. Well, such things may soon be possible, thanks to a new liquid-activated "smart glass" being developed at the University of Delaware... Continue Reading Reflective glass goes clear - just add methyl salicylate Category: Scie...

2017-12-15 21:36:27
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Using smartphone photos as fingerprints could help fight identity theft   

Sorry, but your smartphone's camera isn't perfect. Its image sensor contains microscopic manufacturing flaws, which show up in its photos as tiny imperfections known as photo-response non-uniformity (PRNU). Because each phone has its own unique PRNU pattern, scientists from the University at Buffalo have proposed that it could be used as a form of personal identification... Continue Reading Using smartphone photos as fingerprints could help fight identity theft Category: Good Thi

2017-12-15 20:13:04
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Here's what you're not getting for Christmas in 2017   

Looking for the ideal Christmas gift? Look further. Even if your digital pockets are bursting with Bitcoin, the following collection of outrageous items are likely beyond your reach. It's time for our annual recap of the most extravagant, over-the-top and, in some cases, downright nonsensical examples of luxurious excess that have crossed our desks throughout the year. Here's what you can't have for Christmas in 2018... Continue Reading Here's what you're not getting for Christmas i

2017-12-15 15:40:01
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Camera attachment provides safe haven for spare memory cards   

Even though SD media cards are getting more capacious and faster all the time, those increases are matched by the hungry demands of pixel-packed photos and videos. Many photographers carry spare cards to shoots, which can be misplaced or lost. The Memistore is a nifty two slot temporary shelter for spare cards that can be attached to a camera or tripod... Continue Reading Camera attachment provides safe haven for spare memory cards Category: Digital Cameras Tags:

2017-12-15 14:42:22
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French tiny house offers rest and relaxation in the Alps   

French tiny house firm Baluchon has made a name for itself designing very small and lightweight homes, like the Escapade and Odyssee. Its latest model, the Ondine, is similar in style to those and serves as both a full-time home and workplace to a masseur in the Alps. .. Continue Reading French tiny house offers rest and relaxation in the Alps Category: Tiny Houses Tags: Home House Micro-House Tiny Footprint ...

2017-12-15 11:45:02
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The flying, floating, roof-riding and otherwise cool and unusual tents of 2017   

As much as young, adventure lovers have helped push forward a new generation of camper vans, they've also been behind an ever-evolving tent camping scene. Suddenly high-flying tree tents and roofed hammocks are all the rage and tents are getting as social as the Web. The basic ground tent was nearly more the exception than the rule in 2017, as tents that dangle from trees and cliffs, float on water, and ride atop motor vehicles hoarded the spotlight. .. Continue Reading The flying,

2017-12-15 09:30:25
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Review: Roadie 2 motorized guitar tuner works alone   

Chromatic, clip-on, pedal, polyphonic, pipe and fork ... if you want to tune up your guitar, you have plenty of helpful options to choose from. A little over 4 years ago something a little different muscled its way into the highly strung world of the pitch perfect. The Roadie was essentially a motorized peg turner made smart with the help of a paired smartphone or tablet. And it rocked. We loved it. Until we got to meet the second generation robotic tuning machine - smarter, faster...

2017-12-15 09:10:30
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Alibaba to sell cars "like cans of coke" through a giant cat-themed vending machine   

China's Alibaba sure knows how to move product (it is one of the world's biggest e-commerce companies, after all), and for its move into the automotive space it is pulling out all the stops. Customers looking to buy a new ride through the company will soon be able to take it for a test drive first, right after it's spat out of a gigantic cat-themed vending machine... Continue Reading Alibaba to sell cars "like cans of coke" through a giant cat-themed vending machine Category: Aut

2017-12-15 06:29:26
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Powering up: The biggest battery breakthroughs of 2017   

Batteries are the engine room for so much of the modern world, from smartphones to laptops and weird new scooters to the emerging fleets of autonomous trucks. So there are plenty of folks with an interest in pushing battery technology forward, and 2017 brought a raft of exciting breakthroughs aimed at making them safer, longer-lasting, faster-charging and more cost effective. Here's the best of the bunch... Continue Reading Powering up: The biggest battery breakthroughs of 2017 C

2017-12-15 05:46:00
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System that brings autonomous capabilities to existing helicopters demoed for Marines   

In 2012, the US Office of Naval Research (ONR) began a five-year, US$98-million program to develop an autonomous flight system that could be retrofitted to existing helicopters. Now, Aurora Flight Sciences has successfully demonstrated such a system at Marine Corps Base Quantico in Virginia. A US Marine Corps UH-1H helicopter fitted with the Autonomous Aerial Cargo Utility System (AACUS) demonstrated its autonomous flight and operational capabilities on multiple flights as it execute

2017-12-15 05:03:16
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FCC shoots down net neutrality: Welcome to the age of "internet freedom"   

After a brief couple of years of Obama-era net neutrality rules, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has now officially overturned the regulations that blocked internet service providers (ISPs) from throttling or prioritizing certain packets of information as they see fit... Continue Reading FCC shoots down net neutrality: Welcome to the age of "internet freedom" Category: Telecommunications Tags: Governments Internet Law

2017-12-15 04:25:23
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Ancient giant penguin could have looked us in the eye   

Scientists have discovered that the waters off New Zealand were once the home of a penguin so large it could look a full-grown human in the eye. The 60 million year old remains of the giant flightless bird were examined by a team led by Gerald Mayr at Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum in Frankfurt, who concludes that the species was one of the largest penguins ever found, standing 1.77 m (70 in) and weighing over 100 kg (220 lb)... Continue Reading Ancient gi

2017-12-15 03:29:32
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Unique genetic mutation found in family that doesn't feel pain   

Unpleasant as it is, pain serves an important function by telling us that something is wrong. But for people suffering from chronic pain conditions, the message is blaring constantly, and conventional painkillers aren't all that effective. Now, a new hope for relief might have been found in the strange case of an Italian family, who all have a genetic mutation that makes them feel almost no pain at all... Continue Reading Unique genetic mutation found in family that doesn't feel pai

2017-12-15 02:16:11
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Peugeot and Benetau collaborate on Sea Drive concept   

What the heck is Peugeot doing building a sideless, bottomless speedboat/yacht hybrid thing with Benetau? How does that thing even float? Won't your feet get awfully wet? These are a number of questions that entered my head before I realized the Sea Drive concept isn't actually a boat at all... Continue Reading Peugeot and Benetau collaborate on Sea Drive concept Category: Marine Tags: Boats Concept Boat Peugeot To

2017-12-15 01:44:57
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Declassified nuclear detonation films released to the public for the first time   

Sixty-two newly declassified videos have just been released by the US government showing footage of atmospheric nuclear tests from the first half of the 20th century. The videos, never before seen by the general public, have been uploaded to YouTube, offering scientists and historians a fascinating new look at a time of extreme nuclear experimentation... Continue Reading Declassified nuclear detonation films released to the public for the first time Category: Physics Tags:

2017-12-15 01:44:38
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NASA employs AI to discover planetary system as large as our own   

Data from the Kepler Space Telescope has revealed the Kepler-90 system ties with our own for the most number of planets known to orbit a single star. The discovery of an eighth exoplanet, Kepler-90i, revolving around its Sun-like star located 2,545 light years away in the constellation of Draco, was achieved using artificial intelligence software programmed to detect the distinct light signature of planets passing in front of their parent star... Continue Reading NASA employs AI to

2017-12-15 01:03:42
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"Mind-blowing results" from gene therapy trial point to a cure for haemophilia   

The results from the first human trials for a gene therapy to treat patients with haemophilia A have just been published, and they are truly remarkable. The treatment has essentially cured almost all the participants, suggesting a transformative change is on the horizon in how this previously incurable genetic disease is treated... Continue Reading "Mind-blowing results" from gene therapy trial point to a cure for haemophilia Category: Medical Tags: Blood

2017-12-15 00:45:16
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Thor Trucks launches Tesla Semi rival   

The Tesla Semi electric truck is officially in for some competition. This week, Los Angeles-based Thor Trucks announced its ET-One. Capable of hauling 80,000 lb (36,287 kg) with instant torque at zero RPM, it has a claimed range of 300 miles (482 km) per charge of its lithium-ion battery pack... Continue Reading Thor Trucks launches Tesla Semi rival Category: Automotive Tags: Electric truck Transport Related Articles:

2017-12-14 22:56:14
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Climate change models project extreme temperature woes for continental US   

New high-resolution climate models are projecting that, in the not-too-distant future, America could face frequent and extreme temperatures that would take a significant toll on the nation's water resources and agricultural efforts. On the brighter side, the advanced climate models are so detailed that they could one day be used by policy makers to plan mitigation strategies on a local level... Continue Reading Climate change models project extreme temperature woes for continental U

2017-12-14 21:49:48
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Bioinspired robot easily adapts to lost appendages   

We've been hearing a lot lately about robots that are designed to operate in hazardous environments such as disaster sites. In these types of places, it's entirely possible that their locomotion system could be damaged. Would that just stop them in their tracks? Perhaps not, if they're anything like the brittle star-inspired robot created at Japan's Tohoku and Hokkaido universities... Continue Reading Bioinspired robot easily adapts to lost appendages Category: Robotics Tags:

2017-12-14 21:09:45
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Experimental e-bike is made for older riders   

It's an unfortunate fact of life that as people get older, their sense of balance diminishes. This means that seniors have a higher than average risk of falling when cycling. They may be less likely to do so, however, if the senior-specific Sofie e-bike reaches production... Continue Reading Experimental e-bike is made for older riders Category: Bicycles Tags: Electric Bicycle Seniors University of Twente Related Article

2017-12-14 19:13:51
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Cream of the crop: The 62 buildings in the running to be named world's best   

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the finalists for its 2018 International Prize. Including a total of 62 buildings, from starchitect-designed billion-dollar projects, to low-budget social housing and everything in between, it's a great opportunity to take a gander at some top-drawer architecture. .. Continue Reading Cream of the crop: The 62 buildings in the running to be named world's best Category: Architecture Tags: Archi

2017-12-14 17:40:54
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Stones Speakers put the rock in rock 'n' roll   

Speaker cabinets are usually made from wood or, for penny pinching, plastic - though we have seen speakers made using other materials like glass and concrete. Michele Gastaldello and Giacomo Munari have mixed Italian design with good old-fashioned stone masonry for their Stones Speakers line now raising funds on Kickstarter... Continue Reading Stones Speakers put the rock in rock 'n' roll Category: Home Entertainment Tags: Kickstarter Loudspe...

2017-12-14 16:48:57
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Study shows tailgating can slow everyone down   

When unexplained traffic jams happen, says an MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) study, you can probably blame tailgaters. The researchers say that if drivers kept an even distance between cars rather than driving too close to the vehicle in front, traffic flow would remain even. This "bilateral control," could double the speed of the average vehicle on busy highways... Continue Reading Study shows tailgating can slow everyone down Category: Autom

2017-12-14 16:27:28
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Amazon Echo vs Google Home vs Apple HomePod: All the models compared   

'Tis the season to be buying smart speakers, with both Amazon and Google revamping their line-ups before the holidays, and Apple promising to join the market with its own entry in 2018. But with an increasing number of models available, how do you choose between them? We've got all you need to know... Continue Reading Amazon Echo vs Google Home vs Apple HomePod: All the models compared Category: Around The Home Tags: Amazon Echo Audio

2017-12-14 09:21:29
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Continental to bring its wireless EV charging pads to CES   

Making charging faster and more effortless would go a long way to driving the adoption of electric vehicles, and inductive charging mats have long-promised to slide onto the scene and beneath our cars to do just that. Continental AG has today announced that it will be bringing its version of the technology along to CES next month, along with a new onboard charging system promised to give EV owners greater flexibility... Continue Reading Continental to bring its wireless EV charging

2017-12-14 08:48:04
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The smartest, slickest and swankiest camper vans and large motorhomes of 2017   

The "van life" movement has been gaining momentum for years, but it seemed like 2017 really saw a variety of intriguing new vans (and van build-outs) to inspire would-be road-dwellers to get out there and live the life. The year also saw a few very compelling motorhome introductions for those looking to go bigger and farther - without losing much homestyle comfort. The best of the best include everything from big, angry all-landers to compact, versatile everyday commuters that weeken

2017-12-14 06:52:27
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NASA's piezo-powered "smart path" lights up and beams fun facts to visitor's phones   

In today's concrete jungle, pavement takes up a lot of space, so we might as well cram some smarts in there. Previously we've seen ground coverings that light up, absorb solar energy, generate electricity from the footsteps of pedestrians, and even emit Wi-Fi signals. Now NASA is combining a little of all of those in a high-tech new path due to greet visitors to the Kennedy Space Center... Continue Reading NASA's piezo-powered "smart path" lights up and beams fun facts to visitor's

2017-12-14 06:24:58
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Electric eel inspires bio-friendly power source, what happens next may shock you   

Scientists are always on the lookout for safer, more natural ways to power devices that go into our bodies. After all, who really needs toxic battery elements and replacement surgeries? One organism that is pretty good at generating biocompatible power (for itself, at least) is the electric eel, and scientists have now used the high-voltage species as a blueprint for a promising new self-charging device that could one day power things like pacemakers, prosthetics and even augmented r

2017-12-14 05:51:52
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Magnetic "nerves" to let vehicles sense damage   

There's nothing more frustrating than getting home from the store to find a huge dent in the side of the car and having no idea when it happened. But imagine if your car could feel pain, so to speak, and alert you when it takes damage. The US Army is funding research to make that kind of system a reality, and in future vehicles could be outfitted with a smart material that senses damage the way nerves sense pain and relay a damage report to help with maintenance and repairs... Conti

2017-12-14 04:35:33
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From the sublime to the stunning: The best space photos of 2017   

It's been a truly remarkable year for astronomical adventures. On Earth we witnessed the marvels of a solar eclipse crossing the United States, an interstellar visitor entered our solar system, and we discovered some exciting Earth-sized exoplanets. Some astonishing images of the farthest reaches of our universe were also captured. In this special gallery we collect some of the most awe-inspiring outer space images of 2017... Continue Reading From the sublime to the stunning: The be

2017-12-14 04:06:31
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Robot carries the Olympic torch in South Korea   

In what may be a preview of the future of athletics, Hubo, a humanoid robot, carried the Olympic torch in Daejeon, South Korea as part of the relay leading up to the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Hubo, who was built by a team at the KAIST public research university and took out the DARPA Robotics Challenge in 2015, had to perform a disaster rescue operation to hand off the torch to the next runner... Continue Reading Robot carries the Olympic torch in South Korea Category: Ro

2017-12-14 03:30:30
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MIT scientists borrow from fireflies to make glowing plants   

The humble house plant could soon start earning its keep by lighting up a room, if new research from MIT pans out. Engineers have hacked watercress plants to make them glow for a few hours at a time, and while it's currently only about as bright as those old stars you might have stuck to your ceiling as a kid, the long-term plan is to develop plants that you could read by to reduce the need for electric lighting... Continue Reading MIT scientists borrow from fireflies to make glowin

2017-12-14 01:45:37
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Pretty pickle: Ex-factory cleverly transformed into energy-efficient home   

Fine arts photographer and artist Jaime Alvarez was looking for a long-term home that could also function as his studio when he came across this three-story 1880s brick commercial building in Philadelphia's Fishtown neighborhood... Continue Reading Pretty pickle: Ex-factory cleverly transformed into energy-efficient home Category: Architecture Tags: Architects Designers Related Articles: Contemporary hom

2017-12-14 01:25:50
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Morphcooker electric camp stove opts for battery power over gas   

There have been a variety of innovative camping stoves popping up over the last few years, from the clever BioLite that can burn any biomass and also harness its heat energy to generate electricity, to the GoSun, a solar oven that can boil water in 30 minutes. The latest device making a play for camp kitchens is the Morphcooker, a portable, battery-powered electric camping stove... Continue Reading Morphcooker electric camp stove opts for battery power over gas Category: Outdoors

2017-12-14 00:55:39
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BAE's latest UAV has no use for flaps   

If you're trying to make an aircraft lighter, stealthier, faster, and easier to maintain, how about getting rid of the flaps on the wings and tail? That's what engineers from BAE Systems have done on a small scale, working with colleagues from The University of Manchester. The resulting MAGMA UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) is instead controlled by air blown from its single jet engine... Continue Reading BAE's latest UAV has no use for flaps Category: Aircraft Tags:

2017-12-13 23:18:04
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Review: 2018 Buick Enclave takes the family to the premium level   

The Enclave was completely revamped for the 2018 model year, and all for the better. This premium three-row crossover features more interior room, a better drive, and a new exterior look. We spent a week exploring the 2018 Enclave, and can see what all the fuss is about... Continue Reading Review: 2018 Buick Enclave takes the family to the premium level Category: Automotive Tags: Buick Crossover SUV Related Articles:

2017-12-13 22:02:36
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High-amylose wheat packs 10 times the fiber   

It's no surprise to hear that many people who consume a typical wheat-based Western diet don't get enough fiber. They could, of course, change their eating habits, but now they may not have to. Scientists from Australia's CSIRO research center have developed a new type of wheat that has 10 times the amount of fiber as its normal counterpart... Continue Reading High-amylose wheat packs 10 times the fiber Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Agriculture

2017-12-13 21:16:45
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HUD takes a dive, with Maoi   

We've already seen head-up display (HUD) tech applied to things like ski goggles, swimming goggles and cycling glasses. Now, with its Maoi system, French company Thalatoo is bringing HUD to third-party diving masks... Continue Reading HUD takes a dive, with Maoi Category: Outdoors Tags: Heads Up Display HUD Indiegogo Scuba Related Articles: Underwater HUD gives Navy divers a

2017-12-13 20:15:57
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New study explains how Ceres got its spots   

Fresh research has been published detailing the processes responsible for the creation of the enigmatic features marking the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres, including the bright spots at the famous Occator Crater, and the so-called "lonely mountain.".. Continue Reading New study explains how Ceres got its spots Category: Space Tags: Asteroid Ceres Dawn NASA Related Articles:

2017-12-13 19:41:19
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Peninsula Classics Best of the Best Concours 2017 nominees   

The Peninsula Classics Best of the Best Award is a very simple concept: take the winning cars from each of the eight most important concours events around the world each year, and have them judged by an unimpeachable panel of experts, creating an annual champion of champions. The award is in its third year and has understandably become the defacto "world championship" for concours events in short order. The best-of-the-best winner will be announced during Retromobile in Paris on Feb...

2017-12-13 15:31:42
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Photo competition gives exposure to stunning urban spaces   

The UK's Chartered Institute of Building has revealed the finalists of this year's Art of Building awards, an annual photography competition that highlights the beauty of the built environment. 2017's shortlist includes a dozen digital shots of buildings, roads, and other structures around the globe... Continue Reading Photo competition gives exposure to stunning urban spaces Category: Architecture Tags: Building and Construction Competition

2017-12-13 14:59:25
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Hidden places to be explored by minimal impact blimp   

French researchers and the scanning project responsible for the recent discovery of a large void in the Great Pyramid of Giza have joined forces to develop a new robot exploration platform. The current focus is on developing a two robot platform capable of looking into and mapping inaccessible areas of ancient buildings without blowing through doors and walls to do so... Continue Reading Hidden places to be explored by minimal impact blimp Category: Robotics Tags:

2017-12-13 13:57:35
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Blue Origin's Crew Capsule 2.0 makes maiden flight   

Blue Origin's New Shepard reusable booster flew for the seventh time today from the company's West Texas launch site. At 10:59 am CST, the rocket lifted off carrying Crew Capsule 2.0 for the first time as it reached an altitude of 322,032 feet above ground level (98.16 km) with a maximum ascent velocity of 2.94 (2.000 mph, 3,200 km/h) before returning to Earth for a controlled powered landing... Continue Reading Blue Origin's Crew Capsule 2.0 makes maiden flight Category: Space

2017-12-13 06:22:46
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Self-cleaning aquarium fuels its rooftop herb garden with fish feces   

Back in 2013, a startup called Aqua Design Innovations launched a low-maintenance home aquaponics system that relied on the natural filtering abilities of fish and plants to keep its waters clear. The company raised a whole lot of cash in the process, and is now building on that success with a bigger and better system that accommodates more plants... Continue Reading Self-cleaning aquarium fuels its rooftop herb garden with fish feces Category: Around The Home Tags:

2017-12-13 05:47:34
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Genome sequence expands on the story of the extinct Tasmanian tiger   

Hunted to extinction by early European settlers in Australia, the Tasmanian tiger (or thylacine) tells a cautionary tale of conservation, but according to a new study led by the University of Melbourne, the creature was struggling even before humans intervened. After sequencing the complete genome of the thylacine from a century-old preserved specimen, the researchers were able to investigate the evolution of the thylacine and potentially help current endangered species avoid the sam

2017-12-13 05:15:33
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Go Fast puts a little Baja engineering into its pop-top pickup campers   

A different kind of pickup camper for a different breed of adventurer, the all-new Go Fast pop-up is built for drivers who see dirt roads as more than just the way to the campground. Using race-inspired space frame technology and lightweight materials, this camper is built to feel barely there during the ride while providing a comfortable night's sleep at camp. Drop one in your pickup bed and enjoy everything from fast, furious 4x4ing to slower, quieter truck camping. .. Continue R

2017-12-13 04:47:14
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Electric MotoGP class to race the Energica Ego in 2019   

MotoGP will get its own electric motorcycle class for 2019 - a single make Moto-e race based on production streetbikes. And now we know what the bikes will be based on: the Energica Ego, a 145-horsepower, 570-lb Italian sports machine capable of 150mph... Continue Reading Electric MotoGP class to race the Energica Ego in 2019 Category: Motorcycles Tags: Electric Motorcycles Energica MotoGP Racing Related A

2017-12-13 03:26:49
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Nanoparticles detect and track cancer months before traditional imaging techniques   

A team from Rutgers University has devised a ground-breaking new method for detecting tiny cancerous tumors. Using light-emitting nanoparticles the technique can accurately identify and track early-stage tumors months before they grow large enough to be detectable by conventional imaging methods... Continue Reading Nanoparticles detect and track cancer months before traditional imaging techniques Category: Medical Tags: Cancer Imaging

2017-12-13 03:26:01
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Ancient amber seals away first direct evidence of dinosaur blood-sucking ticks   

Scientists have long suspected that ticks feasted on the blood of dinosaurs, and now they've uncovered the first direct evidence. Preserved in a 99 million-year-old chunk of amber lies a hard tick grasping the feather of a dinosaur, suggesting that the parasitic insects did indeed harbor a penchant for prehistoric plasma... Continue Reading Ancient amber seals away first direct evidence of dinosaur blood-sucking ticks Category: Science Tags: Amber

2017-12-13 02:26:56
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Blocking stress protein could prevent diabetes and obesity   

If you're feeling stressed out, you might want to think twice before seeking comfort in junk food. A new study from the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry has found that a stress-related protein could increase the chances of diabetes and obesity, but there's good news as well: blocking that protein could prevent those illnesses from occurring... Continue Reading Blocking stress protein could prevent diabetes and obesity Category: Biology Tags: Diabetes

2017-12-13 01:13:24
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The Italian designer blending the past and future   

Italian designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini has delivered some compellingly strange concepts over the years and his latest flying car design is no exception. The Hover Coupè is a gorgeous looking blend of retro-style with future-tech... Continue Reading The Italian designer blending the past and future Category: Aircraft Tags: Concept Architecture Concept Boat Flying Cars Mini Yacht Related Articles: ...

2017-12-13 00:22:43
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So-called "man-flu"may not just be in men's heads   

Probably as long as women and men have existed, the former have accused the latter of being wimpy when it comes to suffering from colds or the flu. According to new research from Canada's Memorial University of Newfoundland, however, men may actually experience physically worse symptoms than women... Continue Reading So-called "man-flu"may not just be in men's heads Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Influenza Memorial University of Newfoundlan

2017-12-13 00:15:00
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Vacuum-pack backpack is made for travellers   

It's always nice if you can get away with just taking a carry-on bag when travelling by air - you avoid waiting around at the baggage carousel, you don't pay any extra fees, and you don't risk losing your luggage. Getting a whole trip's worth of clothes in a carry-on-sized bag can be a challenge, though … which is why the GoBag backpack was created... Continue Reading Vacuum-pack backpack is made for travellers Category: Outdoors Tags: Backpacks ...

2017-12-12 22:58:55
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FiFish underwater drone is set for the depths   

There was a time when consumer underwater drones were rarely heard of, but there are now a fair number that are in various stages of production - recent examples include the Allec, BlueWater 1 and Gladius. One of the latest to ping our sonar is the 4K-shooting FiFish P3, from Chinese/Taiwanese company Qysea... Continue Reading FiFish underwater drone is set for the depths Category: Marine Tags: Remote Control Submarine Underwat...

2017-12-12 19:00:19
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Scientists listen for signs of alien technology coming from asteroid 'Oumuamua   

As of 3:00 pm ET today, a team of scientists began observing the interstellar asteroid 'Oumuamua in the hope of determining whether the cigar-shaped visitor is a naturally occurring asteroid, or an artificial probe designed by a spacefaring alien civilization. The scientists are part of the Breakthrough Listen initiative, which is engaged in an ambitious mission to search one million nearby stars, and 100 galaxies for evidence of technologically advanced alien species... Continue Re

2017-12-12 18:45:02
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Wireless smart key auto locks a computer when the user walks away   

No matter how many notices are pinned around the office or how many notifications are sent to smartphones, some workers will inevitably forget to lock their computers when away from their desks. The Halberd from Untethered Labs will automatically take care of such things, wirelessly securing a workstation when a user strays beyond its range and granting access upon return... Continue Reading Wireless smart key auto locks a computer when the user walks away Category: Computers

2017-12-12 16:54:49
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Synaptics has an in-display fingerprint sensor ready for your next phone   

Component maker Synaptics says its first in-display fingerprint sensor is now in mass production. And it's coming to a phone made by one of the top five manufacturers in the world sometime next year - which may mean we won't see every Android phone maker switch to a Face ID-style biometric system... Continue Reading Synaptics has an in-display fingerprint sensor ready for your next phone Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Biometrics Fingerprin...

2017-12-12 15:00:23
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From dancing skyscrapers to huge Lego blocks: The best buildings of 2017   

Throughout the year, we've chased down the most interesting, innovative and sustainable buildings around the globe. Whether a Lego-shaped visitor's center, a beautiful bamboo sports hall, or a pair of "dancing" skyscrapers that can withstand extreme weather, each one represents architectural excellence. Read on for our selection of the best buildings of 2017. .. Continue Reading From dancing skyscrapers to huge Lego blocks: The best buildings of 2017 Category: Architecture

2017-12-12 12:22:09
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From dancing skyscrapers to giant Lego: The best buildings of 2017   

Throughout the year, we've chased down the most interesting, innovative and sustainable buildings around the globe. Whether a Lego-shaped visitor's center, a beautiful bamboo sports hall, or a pair of "dancing" skyscrapers that can withstand extreme weather, each one represents architectural excellence. Read on for our selection of the best buildings of 2017. .. Continue Reading From dancing skyscrapers to giant Lego: The best buildings of 2017 Category: Architecture Tags

2017-12-12 12:22:09
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"Nanograss" glass turns clear or cloudy on command – just add water   

With blinds and curtains in front of our windows, we usually have to choose between light and privacy, but inching ever closer to reality is "smart glass," which can toggle its opacity as needed. Electricity is usually the trigger, but now a University of Pittsburgh team has developed a new type of glass that can switch between hazy and clear in seconds - just add water... Continue Reading "Nanograss" glass turns clear or cloudy on command - just add water Category: Materials...

2017-12-12 09:29:35
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Einstein's telescope, personal computer memorabilia and an exploding rat   

The final round of scientific auctions for 2017 occurred last week and there were the usual puzzling results in a market slightly off the boil. The good thing about auctions is that there are always two viewpoints and that last statement can equally be written as "there were some rare scientific documents and instruments to be had at very reasonable prices that will return a handsome profit in the short to medium term.".. Continue Reading Einstein's telescope, personal computer memo

2017-12-12 09:23:21
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Divide and conquer: Pitting pathogens against each other helps fight drug resistance   

Bacteria are becoming increasingly resistant to our best drugs and antibiotics, and if we aren't careful we could prescribe ourselves into a future where even the most routine treatments and surgeries become deadly again. Now, researchers at the University of Michigan have come up with a novel way to fight back: by pitting pathogens inside a patient's body against each other, then using drugs to wipe out the leftovers... Continue Reading Divide and conquer: Pitting pathogens agains

2017-12-12 05:56:43
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Ultrasound-powered prosthetic allows amputee to play the piano   

Musician Jason Barnes had part of his arm amputated in 2012, but with the help of a team at Georgia Tech led by prosthetics researcher Gil Weinberg he has found new ways to keep honing his music skills. In 2014, the team developed a novel drumming prosthetic that allowed Barnes to keep pounding away, and they've now come up with an even more advanced prosthetic that is capable of the finer control required for the keys of a piano... Continue Reading Ultrasound-powered prosthetic all

2017-12-12 04:49:52
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Britain's tallest mountain is in Antarctica   

Researchers have discovered that Britain's highest mountain isn't in Britain. A recent cartographic survey by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has found that Mount Hope, at an elevation of 3,239 m (10,654 ft) above sea level, is not only the highest mountain in the British Antarctic Territory (BAT), but in any British territory. The survey, which incorporates new satellite data shows that Mount Hope is 337 m (1,106 ft) taller than previously thought, making it 55 m (180 ft) higher

2017-12-12 04:08:21
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American, Asian and European wind farming could take a serious hit from climate change   

According to new climate modeling data, the Northern hemisphere's wind farms could see a dramatic downturn in productivity over the next hundred years, as climate change disrupts some of the key drivers that shape the world's wind patterns. The news is better down South... Continue Reading American, Asian and European wind farming could take a serious hit from climate change Category: Energy Tags: Climate Change Renewable Energy

2017-12-12 04:08:04
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Potential "master switch" could help immune system fight cancer   

Immunotherapy is the new revolution in cancer treatment. As scientists discover new ways to adapt, or amplify, the body's natural defenses it opens the door to the development of better weapons to destroy tumors and kill cancers. Now a new study has revealed insights into a possible "master switch" protein that directs immune cells to germs or cancers... Continue Reading Potential "master switch" could help immune system fight cancer Category: Medical Tags: C

2017-12-12 03:28:35
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Marine life can tear a single plastic bag into 1.75 million tiny pieces   

Considering we pump millions of tons of plastic into the oceans every year, there is a hell of a lot we don't know about its whereabouts and its impact on the marine environment. A study examining how the material is torn apart by ocean life has uncovered some eye-popping evidence, finding that a single plastic bag is literally broken into millions of microscopic pieces before being spread throughout the seas... Continue Reading Marine life can tear a single plastic bag into 1.75 mi

2017-12-12 01:53:58
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Juno reveals the roots of Jupiter's Great Red Spot   

The Great Red Spot, a gigantic storm of crimson clouds bigger than the Earth, has been raging on Jupiter's surface for centuries. We've known its size in two dimensions for a long time, but after a close flyover in July the Juno probe has finally given us an answer about how deep into the atmosphere the storm's roots run. And in the process, the mission uncovered two weird new radiation zones... Continue Reading Juno reveals the roots of Jupiter's Great Red Spot Category: Space

2017-12-12 01:47:56
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Human trials of Huntington's drug offers hope for new gene-silencing treatments   

The first human trial examining the safety of a drug designed to reduce the levels of a corrupted protein that is responsible for the devastating effects of Huntington's disease has proven a success. These early, yet exciting results, suggest potential for a new drug that could possibly be adapted to treat other brain disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. .. Continue Reading Human trials of Huntington's drug offers hope for new gene-silencing treatments Category: Medi...

2017-12-12 01:24:14
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President Trump orders NASA back to the Moon   

US astronauts are headed back to the Moon after President Donald J. Trump ordered NASA to focus on manned space missions. Today at a White House ceremony, the President signed White House Space Policy Directive 1, which directs NASA to work with commercial and international partners to send American astronauts to our satellite as the first step to going to Mars and beyond... Continue Reading President Trump orders NASA back to the Moon Category: Space Tags: M

2017-12-12 00:41:05
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Flying car racing could be headed to Australia   

Much of the technology found in today's consumer automobiles was originally designed to give race cars a competitive edge. With that in mind, Australian entrepreneur Matt Pearson figured that if there's one way of accelerating the development of flying cars, it's to race the things. To that end, his company Alauda is now building what is essentially a human-capable racing drone... Continue Reading Flying car racing could be headed to Australia Category: Aircraft Tags:

2017-12-11 21:56:51
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Flying car racing could be coming to Australia   

Much of the technology found in today's consumer automobiles was originally designed to give race cars a competitive edge. With that in mind, Australian entrepreneur Matt Pearson figured that if there's one way of accelerating the development of flying cars, it's to race the things. To that end, his company Alauda is now building what is essentially a human-capable racing drone... Continue Reading Flying car racing could be coming to Australia Category: Aircraft Tags:

2017-12-11 21:56:51
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Underwater robot is two vehicles in one   

In the world of professional-grade underwater robotic vehicles, there are basically two kinds: Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) which are good for tasks like performing inspections, and Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) which are better-suited to things like grid searches. Aquabotix has recently combined the two in one device, with the release of the Integra AUV/ROV... Continue Reading Underwater robot is two vehicles in one Category: Marine Tags: Autono

2017-12-11 20:07:59
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Massive "Rubik's Cube" will keep you twisting and turning for hours   

So you like a challenge, but a run-of-the-mill 9 x 9 x 9 Rubik's Cube just doesn't melt your brain anymore... How about tackling a colossal 33 x 33 x 33 twisty cube, like this 3D-printed creation from Gregoire Pfennig of Greg's Puzzles?.. Continue Reading Massive "Rubik's Cube" will keep you twisting and turning for hours Category: 3D Printing Tags: 3D Printing Puzzles Related Articles: Rubik's Cube-sol...

2017-12-11 16:17:13
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Modified headphones turn headbangers into music makers   

Rather than bopping your head in time to the music coming through the headphones, what if your headbanging could actually control the beat? Engineer Andrew Lee has developed a system that does exactly that, triggering audio and setting tempo with a nod of the head... Continue Reading Modified headphones turn headbangers into music makers Category: Music Tags: Digital music Hack MIDI Percussion Related Arti

2017-12-11 14:40:32
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Pair of tiny dwellings built on solidified lava in Hawaii   

Tiny house designer and Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture and in the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Oregon, Erin Moore has realized the construction of two dwellings amid a 300 year old solidified lava landscape in Hawaii. Dubbed Outside House, the pair of cabins were conceived as a place to connect with the land, without impacting upon it... Continue Reading Pair of tiny dwellings built on solidified lava in Hawaii Category: Architecture

2017-12-11 10:39:35
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Needle-free injection device moves closer to market   

Needles are usually seen as a necessary evil, but maybe they don't have to be. Plenty of painless alternatives are in the works, like microneedle patches, a laser-based device that pushes drugs through the skin as microjets of liquid, and a refined hypodermic design based on a mosquito's proboscis. Now, a pain-free jet-injection device has emerged from development limbo with a commercialization deal that should see it soon hit the market... Continue Reading Needle-free injection dev

2017-12-11 05:50:14
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McLaren's stunning Senna hypercar revealed   

McLaren's new Senna is the company's all-new road legal track missile. As a homage to the late McLaren F1 driver, Ayrton Senna, the new McLaren represents major milestones for the British manufacturer in terms of performance and engineering. Joining the Ultimate Series line-up amongst the hyper-hybrid P1 and P1 GTR, the McLaren Senna has been designed for zero compromise to perform on the track. .. Continue Reading McLaren's stunning Senna hypercar revealed Category: Automotive

2017-12-11 04:52:46
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Budweiser-maker loads up on electric Tesla Semis for beer delivery   

Anheuser-Busch, brewer of Budweiser (and other, lesser known ales), is looking to reduce the environmental footprint of shipping its products all over the US. Part of this means shifting towards greener forms of trucking, and for the American brewhouse, Tesla's recently-revealed electric Semi is a good place to start... Continue Reading Budweiser-maker loads up on electric Tesla Semis for beer delivery Category: Automotive Tags: Beer Electric V

2017-12-11 04:43:24
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Bitcoin uses more power than Serbia – the environmental cost of cryptocurrencies   

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have promised a revolution in capital, but at what cost? The Bitcoin network alone is now burning a horrific 240 kilowatt-hours of electricity per transaction, using as much energy as the entire nation of Serbia, and heralding an environmental disaster. .. Continue Reading Bitcoin uses more power than Serbia - the environmental cost of cryptocurrencies Category: Environment Tags: Bitcoin Cryptocurrency ...

2017-12-11 04:20:46
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Long-theorized new form of matter, excitonium, finally discovered   

Physicists from the University of Illinois have discovered a new form of matter called excitonium. This condensate, made up of excitons, was first theorized almost 50 years ago, and although evidence of this form of matter has been observed in that time it was difficult to be sure of what was happening. Now, the Illinois researchers have found a "smoking gun" that they claim is the first definitive proof that excitonium exists... Continue Reading Long-theorized new form of matter, e

2017-12-11 02:50:54
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Stretchable fabric battery could power wearables with sweat   

The bacteria-powered batteries of electrical engineer Seokheun Choi have taken on a number of interesting forms, including matchbooks, folding paper and ninja stars. For the first time, the Binghamton University researcher has now woven his innovative fuel cells into a flexible and stretchable piece of fabric that could one day power wearable electronics through our body's own bacteria... Continue Reading Stretchable fabric battery could power wearables with sweat Category: Elect

2017-12-11 02:38:34
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All downhill from here: Has the human race peaked?   

Every four years, the world turns its attention to the Olympics to see competitors go "faster, higher, stronger." Additionally, average human height and life expectancy have increased significantly over the past couple of hundred years. But the human body obviously has biological limits, with a review of 120 years of historical records now suggesting they may have already been reached - and if we aren't careful they could start going backwards... Continue Reading All downhill from...

2017-12-11 01:51:54
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12 perfect holiday gifts for smartphone lovers   

Christmas is fast approaching and if you're still stuck for gift ideas for friends and family, then you might want to think about smartphone accessories and add-ons - chances are the people you're buying for have a phone, so we've picked out 12 ideal gifts that are sure to be appreciated... Continue Reading 12 perfect holiday gifts for smartphone lovers Category: Mobile Technology Tags: 2017 Holiday Gift Guide Best of 2017 Gift...

2017-12-10 23:34:15
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Laser holograms create 3D-printed objects in seconds, no layering required   

To create complex 3D-printed objects in seconds instead of hours or days, a team of scientists and engineers led by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have developed a hologram-like process that uses lasers to form complete objects in seconds inside a tank of liquid resin. Called "volumetric 3D printing," it overcomes many of the limitations of more conventional additive manufacturing... Continue Reading Laser holograms create 3D-printed objects in seconds, no layering re

2017-12-10 22:18:58
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Next-gen exoplanet-hunting spectrograph achieves first light   

The hunt for exoplanets enters a new phase as European Southern observatory's (ESO) Echelle SPectrograph for Rocky Exoplanet and Stable Spectroscopic Observations (ESPRESSO) achieves first light at the agency's Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile. The next-generation spectrograph will not only make it possible to detect Earth-like planets, but will also allow the VLT to fulfill its operational potential... Continue Reading Next-gen exoplanet-hunting spectrograph achieves first light

2017-12-10 04:13:11
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Manhart turns the BMW X6M into a 900-hp dirt-ripping machine   

German tuning-house, Manhart, has been well-known for boosting the performance of BMW's M-division vehicles, through bolt-on parts and engine swaps. Now, Manhart has taken BMW's X6M, and turned it into an off-roading monster called the Manhart MHX6 Dirt² Concept. Boasting supercar performance figures and its rally-style exterior, the MHX6 is set to be an all-terrain weapon... Continue Reading Manhart turns the BMW X6M into a 900-hp dirt-ripping machine Category: Automotive Ta...

2017-12-10 03:28:41
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Speech recognition technology used to analyze Apollo mission tapes   

There was a lot more said during the Apollo 11 missions besides "The Eagle has landed and "That's one step for man." To help preserve and make accessible the thousands of hours of recorded mission audio, a team of researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas used speech recognition technology to unscramble and analyze the conversations between astronauts, mission control, and technicians in between across a quarter of a million miles of space... Continue Reading Speech recogniti

2017-12-09 21:22:49
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Fynoti offers home security on a budget   

Home security systems can be expensive, what with hardware costs, installation and subscription fees. The no-frills Fynoti system, however … well, it's not. It consists of a single device that will be priced under $20, and that involves no extra costs... Continue Reading Fynoti offers home security on a budget Category: Around The Home Tags: Home Security Indiegogo Related Articles: SensorSphere g

2017-12-08 23:35:38
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Tringa road-legal boat drives itself to and from the water   

There's a conventional piece of wisdom you're almost guaranteed to hear anytime you start talking boats: the two best days of boat ownership are the day you buy the boat and the day you sell it. In between are a lot of wallet-emptying headaches relating to things like maintenance, repair, mooring, trailering and more. The French-designed Tringa boat won't solve every hardship of boat ownership, but it can eliminate the trailering and mooring headaches from the equation. Store this bo

2017-12-08 23:18:23
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Bespoke wristwatch is 3D-printed for a premium fit   

We've already heard about technology that allows custom-fit plastic casts to be made for patients, based on 3D scans of the injured limb. Well, Los Angeles-based company Synchronos is now doing something similar, except it's catering to people who want a custom-fit metal wristwatch... Continue Reading Bespoke wristwatch is 3D-printed for a premium fit Category: 3D Printing Tags: Kickstarter Luxury Watches Wristwatc

2017-12-08 22:29:03
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Mac Ride puts a tyke on your mountain bike   

When Canadian mountain biker Glen Dobson first wanted to take his young son out riding with him, he discovered that none of the existing child seats met his needs. That prompted Dobson and his wife, Ashley Howard, to create something known as the Mac Ride. The device has now hit the market, should you wish to take your own li'l shredder out on the trails... Continue Reading Mac Ride puts a tyke on your mountain bike Category: Bicycles Tags: Children

2017-12-08 20:32:30
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MVRDV plans pixelated towers for Abu Dhabi   

MVRDV has revealed a new mixed-use residential development planned for Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, appropriately named Pixel. Due for completion in 2020, the project comprises a group of seven towers that sport an eye-catching pixelated design... Continue Reading MVRDV plans pixelated towers for Abu Dhabi Category: Architecture Tags: Abu Dhabi BIG Building and Construction MVRDV Related Articles:

2017-12-08 15:34:36
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Crowdfunded bubble EV charges ahead   

A little over 12 months after launching a crowdfunding campaign to develop a new battery electric city car, Sweden's Uniti has unveiled its first two-seater - the appropriately-named One. There's been a range increase, and the top speed has been bumped up. But it was the odd-looking games controller steering system that stole the show at the startup's production facility in Landskrona, Sweden, last night... Continue Reading Crowdfunded bubble EV charges ahead Category: Automoti...

2017-12-08 13:27:09
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Japanese drone shoos overworked staff out the door with music   

Many of us don't need any extra incentive to clock off at the end of the work day, but in Japan the intense business culture means many office workers put in too much overtime. Now, a couple of companies have unveiled the kind of quirky solution that could only come out of Japan: a drone that flies around the office at knock off time, blasting music to annoy staff into leaving... Continue Reading Japanese drone shoos overworked staff out the door with music Category: Drones Ta

2017-12-08 07:12:55
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Google Street View captures millions of migrating crabs on Christmas Island   

From the comfort of our own homes, Google Street View can give us a look at some of nature's most spectacular sights, with everywhere from the Himalayas to the Amazon now just a few clicks away. The internet giant's cameras have now been deployed on Australia's Christmas Island, where they will capture the millions of crabs that famously migrate from the forest to the sea in December each year... Continue Reading Google Street View captures millions of migrating crabs on Christmas I

2017-12-08 06:24:06
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