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German scientists develop a technology which they think could allow planes to be steered using only signals from the brain.
A flexible, rubber-like robot that can operate in sub-zero temperatures, walk through fire, and withstand being run over by a car has been created by American researchers.
Rough cut videos of Apple’s latest products as unveiled at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, California on Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila).
Four years after Apple last introduced a completely new gadget, the pressure is on the iconic tech company to ”wow” the crowd at Tuesday’s event.
Samsung is hoping to regain momentum in its battle with Apple, announcing global product launches of a virtual reality headset, another big screen phablet, and updates to the Galaxy smartphone and Gear line-ups.
Claudia Perlich, Chair of the 2014 Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, explains the incentives tech companies offer to recruit data scientists, and what candidates are looking for.
Researchers in the United States are developing technology that will enable screens to adjust to a users vision.
A new device ring-like device developed by researchers in the United States and Singapore called the ”FingerReader” reads printed text out loud with a synthesized voice.
UK-based Malloy Aeronautics is preparing to test a manned quadcopter capable of out-manouvering a helicopter and presenting a new paradigm for aerial vehicles.
Boston is installing solar powered ”smart” benches in its public spaces. The design team behind the ”Soofa” say it’s the bench of the future.
A new mobile phone application is making inroads into solving Lebanon’s chaotic address system. The makers of ‘Dot Addresses’ provide users with a virtual postcode linked to the geographic location of their homes.
A French start-up plans to launch a home entertainment computer able to move on its own and transform any wall into a huge projected screen.
A Silicon Valley start up is combining nanotechnology and fashion to produce clothes that repel water and don’t stain.
Without any helping hand, more than 1,000 simple robots the size of votive candles can swarm themselves into complex shape like a star or the letter K, US researchers said.
A British biomechanist believes he can help ease the strain on the shins of walkers and soldiers trekking for many miles while wearing heavy loads on their backs with a new type of footwear.