Solar/wind-hybrid Power Plant Begins Operation in Hokkaido, Japan.
First public Solar Roadways panel installed.
Coronavirus outbreak delays Nintendo Switch ‘Animal Crossing’ console production, orders
Japanese Tech companies and government team up to hone solid-state technology
Beijing builds 5,285 5G base stations citywide
Samsung Group to expand presence in AI, blockchain-based logistics biz
Microsoft, Apple unveil new gun emojis
Scientists want you to become part of the first space nation
FamilyMart convenient store adopts facial recognition checkouts to cut need for staff
The next big renewable energy source might not be solar or wind but flooring
MIT new network will be more secure than Tor
An Entirely New Type of Quantum Computing Has Been Invented
The jacuzzi of despair: Scientists have found a lake under the sea, those who swim there die.
New Face Masks Mirror the Movement of the Wearer’s Moth
Canon’s compact projector can be used without PC
The Social Distancing Wearable
Archaeologists have virtually reconstructed an ancient Pompeii house in 3D, revealing the beauty of a well-to-do Italian home almost 2,000 years ago.
The “Most Sophisticated Mac Spyware Ever” Is Being Peddled on The Dark Web
How do you keep an asparagus fresh and crisp in the refrigerator for seven days? You put it to sleep.
The Wikoda ‘Sunflower2’ Maximizes Natural Light in the Home
Actor Yusuke Iseya’s most important role is helping the environment through his Rebirth Project
Octocool Incorporates Fans into Its Clothing
Probably the largest virtual reality theme parks in the world has opened its doors in southwestern China.
A motor via printing technology
Kintetsu International Co. showcases its “smart tourism” technology, allowing users at sightseeing spots to see what the places looked like in the past using special goggles.
95% of Germany’s energy was provided by renewables last Sunday
Display with world’s thinnest bezel
The World’s Largest Earth Science Experiment So Far: Biosphere 2
Facebook Is developing a new tech to let its users to type with the brain and ‘hear with the skin.
PV System-equipped Logistics Facility Contributes to Local Community, Environment
Cheap internet access, anywhere, anytime
Smart Green Wall Helps Purify One’s Interior with AI
Donate sperm instead of a kidney for a new iPhone
Global wind power companies gear up for business in Japan
YouTube: Accounts Can Be Deleted if ‘No Longer Commercially Viable’
Lockheed Martin has installed a bioenergy plant that turns discarded wood chips into energy to produce 250KW of power.
This tiny glass disc can store 360TB of data for 13.8 billion years
A Miami-Dade judge ruled that bitcoin is not money.
Japanese SoftBank to buy robot maker Boston Dynamics
Renewable Power Exceeded Coal For The First Time in US History
How air pollution hurts children
Electric scooters: not so eco-friendly after all?
A Cleansing Portal to Rid of Bacterias Using Light
A Dyson EV coming up next?
Ad firms using technology tools to help them read your mind
The connected car may be catching everyone’s imagination, But the new technology also brings with it new dangers, such as hacking.
Scientists Have Finally Found the Brain’s “Hot Zone” That Lights Up When We Dream
Scientists are working on a new approach for building fire extinguishers into batteries