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A Contrast Between WiFi and LiFi
This motion-activated light is a bright, strobing LED that also includes a variable screech alarm!
The growing global demand for robots
The Fat Freezer Face System
New household hydroponics device made in Japan.
Samsung Electronics has unveiled new system air-conditioning products
Japanese Scientists Have Invented a Hydrogel Fabric That’s 5 Times Stronger Than Steel
Roboethics : Is it OK to abuse, trust or make love to a robot?
The New Bose Audio Sunglasses are Water-Resistant and Rechargeable
Elon Musk says we’re going to need brain implants to compete with AI.
How to Erase Your Old iPhone or iPad Before Selling It or Trading It In
Ex-NASA Chief is Making Chips That Use The Same Biological Principles As The Brain
AI finding role as matchmaker
MIT students develop $500 USD alternative to currently $30,000 ventilador unit
A 20-liter backpack that’s literally the size of a stress ball.
One Year After The ‘CRISPR Babies’ Scandal, The Chinese Scientist Is Still Missing
New York Architects Want to Attach a Skyscraper to an Asteroid and Hang It Over Our Cities
Can You Get The Coronavirus From Receiving Parcels or Having Your Smartphone Out?
The Unhoused Self-Cleaning Hoodie Repels Sweat, Stains and More
Self-driving truck deliver beer on the world’s first auto shipment.
Spider drinks graphene, spins web that can hold the weight of a human.
South Korea will become the first country to offer a smartphone-accessible consumer 5G mobile network
The ChargeTech Secure Mobile Phone Charging Locker
A research team of Seoul National University has developed a blood test-based Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis technology.
This strange ‘spherical’ cloud appeared in the sky over Japan
Gardener wins award for re-creating Monet garden in Kochi.
Japanese firm to auction 500kW solar plant on Internet
Japanese nano-film coating keeps motorcycles shiny
Fed up with Facebook? Here’s how to break it off
Apple contractors working on Siri hear recordings of private information in a regular basis, a new report says
‘sea-nomad’ children can see underwater like dolphins and you can learn that too.
Drinking water underwater.
The Latest NETGEAR Nighthawk AX8 Router
Toyota boosting efforts to develop fuel cell buses
China develops brain-controlled rescue drone
The ‘ResQLink+’ Locator Beacon Aids Search and Recuse
From New York To London In 11 Minutes
Most of The World Could Be 100% Powered With Renewables by 2050
Plants really do respond to the way we touch them, scientists reveal
California Grid Smashes Record – Getting 67% of Energy From Renewables
The Fully Autonomous Robotic Pet, the MarsCat
The smallest inflatable in the world that increases water safety.
New Study Says Magic Mushrooms Can Offer Real Benefits in Depression Therapy
New wearable gadgets allow pet owners to see how much their animals exercise, sleep, or even relieve themselves
The US Navy is engineering hagfish slime for ballistics protection, firefighting, anti-fouling, diver protection, and anti-shark spray.
Japan is just a couple of years away from a solar power revolution
For Japan’s manufacturers, way forward is back to nature