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This 2-Seater Drone Can Hit a Speed of 120mph

The technology of drones is growing rapidly. Drones are nowadays used in almost all the fields…be it wars, surveying archaeological sites, keeping a check on…

How This Unprecedented Innovation is Revolutionizing the Mattress Industry

Most of us have a pretty fixed conception of what a mattress is. (It’s a big cushy rectangle filled with foam or springs and covered…

World’s Biggest Solar Farm in South Australia to Cost $1 billion

Construction of the world’s biggest solar energy storage farm will start soon in South Australia. Brisbane-based renewable energy developer and investor Lyon Group announced that…

New Air-Free Bicycle Tires From Bridgestone Aim to End the Days of Fixing Flats

We can all agree on the fact that fixing flat tires is no fun. However, the days of working on flats may soon be a…

Looking For a Job? Get Paid $17,000 to Lie in Bed for 60 Days!

Are you tired of your hectic schedule, waking up early in the morning, and working round the clock like a robot? Guess what? Scientists are…

Jaguar Punished for Spotlighting In-Car Tech in Ad

It doesn’t always pay to spotlight the latest technology in a vehicle, as manufacturer Jaguar recently found out when an advertorial they placed in U.K.…

Villagers Reject a $35 Billion Gold Mine Over Environmental Concerns

Residents of a small Colombian town just rejected a gold mine proposal worth $35 billion in favor of the environment. Considering the damage to the…

Tecla-e Takes Assistive Technology to the Next Level By Helping Those With Limited Mobility Go Mobile

Recently, Komodo OpenLab launched its new and vastly advanced tecla-e, available for pre-order at gettecla.com. tecla-e is a cloud connected assistive device providing users with…

Giant Wind Turbine Allows Shaolin Monks to Fly

Latvian architect Austris Mailītis, who works with unique art and architecture projects, recently completed a unique Shaolin Flying Monks Temple in Henan, China. The temple…

Revolutionary Graphene Sieve Makes Seawater Potable

Although 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered with water, still nearly 1 billion people in the developing world don’t have access to clean drinking…

Kitesurfing Icebergs in Greenland Looks Like a Bucket List Type Thing

Ice caps are collapsing, and for better or worse, are creating somewhat of a natural kitesurfing course. And not just any old course. The massive…

Engineering Ethics More Important Than Ever

According to “The Ethics of Invention: Technology and the Human Future,” technology now rules human beings as much, or more than laws do. It used…

Weld Purge Monitor® for the Nuclear Industry

With the growth of Nuclear Power activities around the World, there is a large volume of stainless steel pipework that will need to be welded…

Want to Experience the Spectacular Views of the Skylodge Adventure Suites?

If you are fearless, love heights, like adventures, and have a desire to experience these different and exciting things, then Skylodge Adventure Suites in Peru is…

Can Coastal Engineering Protect Seaside Communities from Flooding & Erosion?

Coastal engineering considers wave mechanics and coastal processes and usually requires a background in math and fluid mechanics with specializations in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, and…