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Here’s Why Your Soda Can Is Shaped That Way

We hardly ever pay much attention to the design of aluminum cans that contain most of the beverages we take on pretty much a daily basis. It should not be surprising that there exist about a trillion cans of soda that are designed each year. Perhaps,... 

Meet Immortus – The World’s First Solar-Powered Exotic Sports Car

One often wonders if road legal cars could be solely operated on the power from the sun. A company has finally answered in the affirmative, confirming their plans to reveal a dumbed down variant of a proposal along those lines later in 2015. Named ‘The... 

Indian Airport Becomes The First In The World To Run Entirely On Solar Power

It is a well known fact that a great amount of electricity is consumed in an airport. Lengthy passages lined with air conditioners, departure areas, temporary shelters and passenger lounges lead to a rather hefty electricity bill. In a country such as... 

5 Most Iconic Android Smartphones of All Time

There is certainly not one favorite when it comes to Android smartphones. People choose  phones according to their style and preferences. Each of them could name a different mobile device that is an all-time favorite. Innovation has been common across... 

Watch What Happens To Your Bags After You Check It At The Airport

Ever wondered what happens to your checked bags at the airport? Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport captured a rather hypnotizing footage with the assistance of Thrillist of late. The video has been taken with the help of a 360-degree snapper that was strapped... 

This Four-Legged Spider Car Can Go Virtually Anywhere

People often prefer their jeeps when it is a matter of embarking on adventurous journeys the world over. It turns out that you can have the same amount of fun while being able to travel virtually anywhere in the world. This has now been made possible... 

Airbus Granted Patent For Hypersonic Plane, Could Fly From Paris to Tokyo In Just Three Hours

A new patent for a hypersonic passenger plane has now been awarded to Airbus. It is said to allow Airbus planes to fly all the way from Paris to Tokyo in just over a couple of hours. The hydrogen-powered successor by Concorde is not likely to be implemented... 

Soon Your Cracked Smartphone Screen Will Self Repair

Researchers based in the UK are busy working on a new kind of material that is capable of repairing itself. They believe that the new material would be able to integrate into things ranging from nail varnish to smartphone displays in half a decade. Interestingly,... 

CHIP – The World’s First $9 Computer That Can Do Almost Everything

CHIP follows the increasingly popular idea of micro PC that was first introduced by Raspberry Pi as a highly convenient and compact device. The recent introduction of CHIP by Next Thing has accounted for the world’s most affordable computer. It is a... 

This Fascinating Video Compares Pit Stops From Formula 1, NASCAR and Indy Car Racing

Driving a racing car is no joke; it is even more intense when it comes to Formula 1. Be it NASCAR or Indy Car, each vehicle involved zooms out of the view in no time. Ofcourse, each sort of racing comprises its own set of requirements. This video shows...