How to watch tomorrow’s (Sept 1st) breathtaking ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse
Drones offer high-tech help to Japan’s aging farmers
Flight’s delay alerts apps take off in China
The Bluetooth Solar Headphones
Wind farms in Atlantic could power the world.
NEC expands into space services.
The universe created in a supercomputer.
A new biosensor could detect Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and different types of cancer
Researchers in Finland have figured out a way to reliably make quantum computers.
Samsung to invest $18 billion in memory chip business
How Germ-Ridden Your Kitchen Sponge
Physicists have described a never-before-seen form of light
Docomo will offer free Wi-Fi in mountain huts for Mt Fuji climbers.
Sharp develops bendable OLED panel
Tiny, artificial trees could form the next generation of windmills
Coming up next: A Health Tracker That Might Be Powered by Your Own Stomach Acid
Drones take in more safety features
This tiny glass disc can store 360TB of data for 13.8 billion years
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Alaska’s Thawing Soils Are Unleashing a Crapload of CO2 Into The Air
New super-efficient, affordable solar panels.
65 Miles in ten minutes via this Dubai’s Hyperloop.
The US Navy is engineering hagfish slime for ballistics protection, firefighting, anti-fouling, diver protection, and anti-shark spray.
Mitsubishi Fuso to launch ‘world’s 1st’ electric truck in Japan
LED traffic lights trouble in winter because they don’t melt … here might be a solution.
New Ceramic Coating Gets Us Closer to Reliable Hypersonic Air Travel
Self-learning AIs is a step beyond limit
German Scientists Created a Substance that Transforms Infrared into Visible Light
AI could solve Japan’s food waste problem
The Netherlands is making moves to ban all non-electric vehicles by 2025
Chinese scientists have discovered a “super material” that is as light as a balloon yet strong as metal.
Researchers Make Blue Pigment Discovery, and Celebrate With Green Beer
Vehicle camera monitoring system equipped with washer
Pepper is a humanoid robot with the ability to read emotions, but the question is : Is it practical?
You know that smartphone batteries can be pretty dangerous things, right?
300 Million Children Is Breathing Pollution Air Six Times Worse Than The Limit
Sony robot dog owners want longer after-purchase repair service
A farm that has no carbon footprint
Tesla Is giving hundreds of Powerwall batteries to Puerto Rico
IBM says 15% of big banks worldwide and 14% of major financial institutions will be using Blockchain technology by 2017.
The high-tech desert tomato
Militar scientists build smaller, tougher, cheaper solar cells
Parkside Develops Innovative Compostable Range
Scientists have a plan to replace fossil fuels with nuclear fusion by 2030
The human body literally “glimmers”
A 5-km-high skyscraper that eats smog coming up next.
Elon Musk says we’re going to need brain implants to compete with AI.
Putting the Life in Lifebuoy