NY payphones become Wi-Fi hot spots
Oxford Is Creating a World First Zero Emission Zone by 2035
Scientists Have Figured Out How to Detect Nuclear Materials Up to 1 Km Away
Scientists to monitor deep-sea plankton for ocean health
The fountain of youth is real, but it’s creepy: Young Blood Restores Old Mice
Samsung prepares for post-smartphone age
USBCELL MXAA02 AA Rechargeable Battery
Japanese firms pitch technologies for next-generation cities in New York
A printer that uses pencil. No more expensive ink, and its erasable!
Glass Appears to Form a Mysterious New State of Matter.
U.S scientist is turning locusts into cyborg bomb detectors
Sharp’s battery system efficiently stores solar electricity
Japanese manufacturers are applying ultrafast quantum computing to product and service development
Researchers from Texas have been able to determine the limits of cloaking devices.
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A smartphone walkie-talkie app
Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department has now used 3D printer to recreate 3D models of crime scenes.
There’s Now Very Strong Evidence We Really Are Killing Our Bees
Human brains are connected like a Wi-Fi and that explains why people have ‘gut feelings’
‘Resurrection plants’ offer hope as climate turns hostile
Pillows 2.0 : A giant scrub brush will be your next pillow.
Punctureless (not need for air) bicycle tires
Cutting-edge tech serves up solutions for Japan’s restaurants
Nissan showcases self-driving tech for new minivan
Zero Helicopter by Hector del Amo
Toshiba taps AI to boost productivity at memory plant
Japanese-style AI coming up next.
A Flat Microscope Implant Could Beam Sensory Input Directly to The Brain
JPEA Publishes ‘Evaluation Guide’ for Solar Power Plants
All Netherlands electric trains are now 100% wind-powered
According to a new survey: Smartphone internet usage is at record high in U.S now.
Scientists stop light in a cloud of atoms
House consumes CO2 by using artificial photosynthesis
The hovering computer mouse
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Meet The Enphase, a Device That Lets You Store and Monitor Electricity At Home
Waterproof and Dustproof cap with solar-powered LEDs
More than one fifth of the world’s plant species are now threatened with extinction
Droponic is a smart kitchen garden that combines cutting-edge technology with beautiful design to simply grow fresh greens.
Say goodbye to standing in line, world’s first self-driving chairs
The world-first farm that grows vegetables in the desert with nothing but sun and seawater
Japanese startups race to launch paying by fingerprint
According to new study: Whale and dolphin social lives are surprisingly similar to ours
Chinese manufacturing jobs vanish as robots take over
China says its world-first ‘exascale’ supercomputer is almost done.
Scientists Want To Fix the E-Waste Problem by Pulverising Electronics Into Nano-dust
Japanese company has developed a format that allows smartphones to fold open like a book