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Google’s Paper Signals: Control Objects With Your Voice

Paper Signals is a new voice project from Google. It offers a simple, yet intriguing function. Essentially, users can build paper objects then give the…

Tesla Turns On World’s Largest Lithium-Ion Battery

On Dec. 1, 2017, just a week after completing construction of the world’s largest lithium-ion battery, Tesla switched on the enormous device near the South Australian…

The True Cost of Driving Green [Infographic]

New research from leading price comparison website MoneySuperMarket reveals the price of driving an electric vehicle versus driving a gasoline- or diesel-powered car. This is…

Abandoned Drug Could Prevent Organ Rejection

Transplant surgery to replace a diseased or failed organ can prolong life — but there are limitations. Immunosuppressive drugs need to be taken for the…

Net Neutrality in Danger: What It Means To You

Net neutrality has been an issue of contention among access providers and network users for many years. What is net neutrality? Net neutrality is the…

Alphabet’s Waymo Self-Driving Cars Have Now Racked Up 4 Million Autonomous Miles

Real-world testing of self-driving cars is going on across the world, conducted by a wide variety of companies ranging from Uber to Tesla. And then…

Vocktail Lets You Turn Water into a Perfect Cocktail

If you want to enjoy a tasty cocktail, but prefer to avoid the alcohol, look no further than the Vocktail, a high-tech drinking glass that…

Neil Young Archives: Online, Free, Right Now

Here’s something to make your day: The Neil Young Archives site is up and running. The Canadian singer-songwriter has realized a project that has been…

Low Cost Robotics From igus: Affordable, Flexible

It is hard to imagine any industry that hasn’t been profoundly affected by robotics. Since the early 1960s, the manufacturing industry has made use of…

Implantable Artificial Kidney Could Eliminate Need for Dialysis

Worldwide, an estimated 200 million people have chronic kidney disease. Treatment options for patients are dialysis or a kidney transplant. The patients are treated with…

Flat Earth? Self-Taught Rocket Scientist Plans to Prove It

A man in California who believes that the Earth is flat plans to launch a homemade rocket to prove that he is right. “Mad” Mike…

World Scientists Sign A Terrifying “Warning to Humanity”

In 1992, the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) and more than 1700 prominent scientists, including the majority of living Nobel laureates, sent out a letter titled “World…

World’s Oldest Water Found Deep In North Pacific

A mysterious patch of water deep in the North Pacific Ocean hasn’t moved in more than 1,500 years. Covering approximately 3,728 by 1,243 miles (6,000 by 2,000 km),…

Uber Partners With NASA to Bring Flying Taxis by 2020

It won’t be long until flying taxis become a reality! Recently, Uber announced a new program called “Uber Elevate.” The company has partnered with NASA…

Brain Implant Could Boost Our Memory

It seems that nothing is impossible for our brilliant scientists. They have developed a brain implant that can reportedly improve short-term memory by 15 percent and…