BMW is set to release a wireless charging pad in 2018
Opal : Australia’s national gemstone
Tesla unveiled a hefty upgrade to their Powerpack batteries.
The End of an Era: The MP3 Is Officially Dead
A new IoT-based bicycle sharing system in Japan
Sony’s new speakers let you blast music out of your shoulders
A New Recipe For Cheap Hydrogen Fuel Uses Light And a Few Simple Ingredients
A micro-thin thermal sensor
Self-driving boats coming next
Uber Launching Its Self-Driving Cars This Month
Fujitsu develops sensor device that quickly measures gas components in people’s breath
The sound of your skull could soon replace your password.
New technologies tap into cafe culture
LG Electronics launches commercial robot business
Apple keeps lead in slumping tablet market
We can now collect environmental DNA — the genetic material contained in a sample of water, say, or soil or sediment
Beat the heat with clip-on armpit fan.
New Fujisan train to commemorate 90th anniversary
These Are the World’s 5 Deadliest Volcanoes
Green Building Done It Right
EV = EQUAL VEHICLE and yes, it is electric.
Earth’s atmosphere is slowly leaking oxygen.
A company is training eagles to take down drones
A 3-D printing machine to provide customers with pancakes in novelty shapes.
The Future Is Here: Physicists Just Quantum Teleported Complex Light Patterns.
A cozy Japanese farmhouse.
Auto, aerospace industries going 3D printing
Volkswagen’s First All-Electric Car Can Run 300 Miles on Just a 15-Minute Charge
AI startups financing hit $5bn in 2016
Electric Car-Powered Homes
Experience yoga while suspended in the air.
Bicycles make a comeback in busy Taiwan
Using a 3D printer and alternating materials, we can now make shock absorbing skins for application in robotics.
There’s a Nikola Tesla Statue In Silicon Valley That Provides Free Wi-Fi
New Tech Measures Your Pulse and Breath Without Ever Touching Your Body
Every 11-year-old in Britain is getting a free mini computer
Scientists develop compound that speeds up plants’ biological clock by about three weeks.
Rice University have now developed a new suitable material for storing hydrogen
How Raven Stole The Sun – A Native American Raven Legend
Kyocera develops power storage system using industry’s smallest Li-ion battery
Japan launches telework to ease congestion, reform work culture
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New graphene lens could help computers beam data at the speed of light
Honda newest concept car will be able to feel human emotions
3-D printer can build this minibus
The waste from discarded electronic gadgets and e-appliances has reached severe levels in East Asia
App-Enabled Geiger Counter for Smartphones
Nanotech molds promise cheap, fast way to detect cancers