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Italian 3D-printing company WASP has just demonstrated the 3D printing of a hut structure using a combination of 3D-printed concrete and a mud-based material. All... [Read More]
Have you ever dreamed of flying using a jetpack? JetPack Aviation founder -- and the world's only qualified jetpack teacher -- David Mayman is now... [Read More]
Move over, Face ID! The next biometric security systems could rely on analyzing the unique vein patterns in your palm print. Here are some of... [Read More]
Researchers from Boston University have invented a special coating for condoms which make them respond to bodily fluids by becoming more slippery. Here's how their... [Read More]
Scientists from Johns Hopkins University have successfully grown human retina tissue from scratch in a lab. The work could help with the development of new... [Read More]
Ekster's newest smart wallet is its best yet. It's slimmer than ever, boasts a neat card-dispensing mechanism, and will even let you know where it... [Read More]
Researchers at Japan's Meiji University may have found the secret to unlimited chewing gum -- and it just involves zapping your tongue with electricity. Here's... [Read More]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has announced a new $1 billion college of computing designed to offer the best possible education to future machine learning... [Read More]
Most quadcopters won't fly unless all four rotors are functioning. But what happens if one gets damaged during flight? Researchers from the Netherlands think they've... [Read More]
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After a few years of Earthbound training, Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robot dog is ready to take on Mars. Bruno Mars, to be precise. Check out... [Read More]
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Lockheed Martin is turning to Microsoft's mixed reality Hololens smartglasses to help build NASA's Orion spacecraft, which could one day help rocket astronauts as far... [Read More]
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Apple took the wraps off of its new set of iPhones, including the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the new iPhone XR. The iPhone... [Read More]
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Imagine if paints, plastics, or other coatings could heal up like human skin in the event that they suffered damage. Thanks to researchers at Clemson... [Read More]
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Unless you've been living under a rock, ignoring every big tech advance in the past decade, you've probably heard of machine learning. [Read More]
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A Benjamin goes further than you might think. Check out our picks for the best tech under $100, whether you're looking for speakers or drones. [Read More]
Farming hasn't changed too much for hundreds of years. Now a new startup called Iron Ox has opened its first automated hydroponics farm, producing a... [Read More]
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Did you hear the one about the Google software engineer who packed it all in to start a farm? No, it's not the setup for... [Read More]
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We've seen one-legged, two-legged, four-legged and even six-legged robots, but researchers from Japan have gone way, way further with their latest project: A 32-legged robot.... [Read More]
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The British Army is about to get an impressive new explosive ordnance disposal robot that is able to climb stairs, negotiate slopes, cut wires, and... [Read More]
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From augmented reality rabbits on the wards to a Minecraft recreation of the hospital for kids to explore, one of the world's most renowned children's... [Read More]
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