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Revolutionary New Electrode Design Can Charge Batteries in Seconds

We all have experienced the pain of having our phone’s battery die during the most inopportune times. But soon, you will no longer need to…

New Laser Technologies Hitting the Mainstream

Laser technology isn’t exactly new, in and of itself, but its applications are expanding every day and reaching the mainstream. From cosmetic and medical procedures…

Scientists Created Cheap and Nutritious Food From Thin Air to End World Hunger

A team of Finnish researchers might just have helped to end world hunger and feed the world. In a giant leap for mankind, scientists from…

Bluetooth Is About to Make Smart Homes a Lot Smarter

The smart home, a home in which numerous electronic devices are connected via the Internet, is an exciting emerging trend. The fact that it’s so…

100 Times Faster, 10 Times Cheaper: New 3D Printers Create Objects From Metal

Traditional 3D printers are great for mass customization but are still too slow and expensive. Now, a Massachusetts-based company called Desktop Metal (DM) is set…

Hybrid Drone Delivers Power, Distance

You’ve heard about Amazon’s coming-any-day-now drone delivery project? It may soon be everywhere, capable of delivering anything. And if you’ve ever taken an Uber car…

Trends in U.S. and Global Manufacturing

Manufacturing trends are important as the U.S. seeks to rebuild the American middle class. Currently, a full 80 percent of the world’s economic output comes…

Scientists Discover Golden Spice Turmeric Can Kill Cancer Cells in Infants

Neuroblastoma is the most common cancer in babies and the third-most common cancer in children after leukemia and brain cancer. Out of all cancer deaths…

Data and Information Management Systems are the New Oil

The most valuable companies in the world today: Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google–a group of companies sometimes referred to as FAANGS–and the like have one…

Airbus Perlan II Rides “Mountain Waves” to Edge of Space

In El Calafate, Argentina, an all-volunteer exploration team will ride mountain winds in the Airbus Perlan II sail plane in an attempt to break the…

“Dead” Google Glass Makes a Comeback to Improve Worker Efficiency

Google glass did cause quite a stir, but it failed to live up to the hype. Google’s ill-fated wearable Glass is reborn now, but this…

Mobile Banking Technology Trends

With the Internet of Things (IoT) a foregone conclusion and billions of devices online soon, the question is: “What is going to happen in the…

World’s First Shape-Shifting Skyscraper Allows Residents to Rotate Their Apartments 360 Degrees

Dubai is full of jaw-dropping engineering marvels: the world’s largest man-made island, the world’s largest shopping mall, the world’s tallest building–all are in Dubai. Now,…

This Fire-Extinguishing Ball Puts Out Fires Instantly

Having a fire extinguisher is crucial for the safety of any building. Although standard fire extinguishers have proved to be very effective in saving lives,…

A U.S. Company Is Implanting Microchips in Its Employees

Wisconsin vending machine company Three Square Market has a plan to implant microchips in its employees. There will be no need to swipe credit cards…