Romance simulation games catch up in Japan.
This Robot Autonomously Keeps a Property Free of Dog Poop
Solar Energy Now Creates More Jobs in America Than Any Other Industry
12 Sheep Pastured at 1.8MW Solar Plant
Scientists Have Developed Glass That Heals Itself When You Press It Together
Transparent Solar Cells Like This Could Deliver 40% of America’s Power
An airport-escalator that can perform your security check as you stand on it.
What happens on the internet in a single second
Uniqlo is automating warehouses
Scientists might have figured out why you’re always thirsty before bed
Some Amazon Echo Devices Are Spontaneously Laughing … Weird.
Scientists Have Found a Completely New Way to Attack And Kill Cancer Cells
Grass as source of hydrogen
Sony wants their new robots to form emotional bonds with us
Nissan gets ready to hit the highway with self-driving minivan
Scientists split over artificial photosynthesis development methods
Stanford unveils innovative solar generating station
It’s pretty unusual to see a solar hardware manufacturer using references to smartphones in its marketing, but that’s exactly what Solar Frontier has decided to do.
The Heart of an Exploded Star in 3D
Samsung postpones launch of Galaxy Fold after ‘defective’ display
Amazon’s patent gives us some valuable insight on how much creepier Alexa can get.
Scientists Have Discovered a Chemical That Causes Any Skin Type to Tan
Floating relay stations enable connectivity in quake-hit areas
External airbags for protection in cars, coming next.
New batteries that copy the human intestine structure could store 5 times more energy.
Algorithms Are Already Making Decisions For Humans
Dyson bets on Asia to boost lineup of high-tech appliances
A New Device That Sucks Water Out of Thin Air, Even in the Desert
New Line of Sustainable Food Carts In NYC
Gene-Hacked Bacteria Are Making Spider Silk So Strong It Could Build Space Suits
Dream of augmented humans endures, despite skeptics
Digital noisemakers prevents your Alexa or Google Home to listen when you don’t want them to.
IBM is Rolling out the World’s First Universal ‘Quantum Computing’ Service
Service lets you order duplicate keys by taking a photo
Zao’s deepfake face-swapping app shows uploading your photos is riskier than ever
Chinese scientists have discovered a “super material” that is as light as a balloon yet strong as metal.
Microsoft just stored more data on DNA than ever before.
Japanese company uncovers 2.7bn stolen passwords worldwide
Toshiba will join the market for autonomous vehicles with its image recognition chips.
Chinese Startup Shows EV Sedan Concept
Samsung Electronics launches new induction cooking ranges
Most of The World Could Be 100% Powered With Renewables by 2050
A newly developed program enables robots to conduct life science experiments with higher accuracy and reliability.
Researchers might have just caught a tree ‘sleeping’ for the first time ever.
The Conceptual ‘Radryer’ Dries Hands, Purifies the Air and More
New York Architects Want to Attach a Skyscraper to an Asteroid and Hang It Over Our Cities