Samsung is now shipping the “world’s largest” hard drive
An Instrument You Can Play With Your Mind
French Polynesia just revealed plans to develop the world’s first floating city
Dyson reinvents household appliances
A solar panel barge that could be the future of ocean-based renewable energy
Nasa is going back to the moon.
Solar Handbag Fuses Fashion and Pragmatism
The World’s Tropical Zone Is Expanding
Google is trying to turn its search engine into an employment engine.
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The Russian Version of Elon Musk’s Hyperloop.
This London Litter Campaign Uses Fun Games to Recycle Cigarettes and Gum
This Office Tower Effortlessly Moves Air Without the Use of Energy
New earbuds can translate languages for you in real-time
UNSW solar team achieves huge leap in solar cell efficiency
China has launched two astronauts into space
New iPhone pre-orders booming in China.
Nano drones are taking off big time
Feast from the forest: foraging for edible plants in Japan.
Tesla may be adding Samsung as battery supplier
Japan enters the 5G mega-competition
SK Telecom has showcased an Internet of Things (IoT)-integrated apartment
Duffy London has developed the Solaris Global Cruiser.
A U.S startup Is Attempting to ‘Reverse Death’ in Brain-Dead Patients
This Japanese Corporate Office Building Features a Sustainable Urban Garden
Girl, 12, lands patent for can-separating recycling bin.
New Solar Survival Lantern Never Needs Batteries
China will announce the world’s first 100 petaFLOPS computer tomorrow
For the first time: Scientists have filmed a ‘sonic boom’ of light.
Sharp discusses solar business feasibility
We Are Closer Than Ever to Recharging Electric Cars While We Drive
The number of mobile phone users globally will surpass five billion by the middle of this year.
Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department has now used 3D printer to recreate 3D models of crime scenes.
A budget airline plans to power its planes using hydrogen fuel cells
How are robots doing these days?
Microsoft just stored more data on DNA than ever before.
For Japan’s manufacturers, way forward is back to nature
Life-hack: why you should never throw out those silica sachets again.
Grass as source of hydrogen
Lightweight rotor blades made from plastic foams for offshore wind turbines
We can now collect environmental DNA — the genetic material contained in a sample of water, say, or soil or sediment
A 100-megawatt solar farm coming up next in South Australia
Scientists have developed a self-healing electronic device that repairs itself when broken
Mass Produced Free Energy is Here!
aToll : Oceanic Vacuum Cleaning Robot for Garbage Patches and Environmental Disasters
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A new tattoo ink that is designed to disappear after a year