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Japan, a very mountainous and populous country, roads, homes, and cars are necessarily small to accommodate everything. It's therefore hardly surprising that the first 3D printed car developed in Japan would also be on the smaller size, though who would've expected this? Kabuku and Honda have teamed to 3D print...
We have long been used to scrolling, typing and clicking as our main means of interacting with our computers, ever since the mouse was invented. Today, the touch screen has given us a whole new range of motion and new techniques for controlling our devices. Now we can swipe,...
Today, Uber's self-driving autonomous cars began picking up passengers in Pittsburgh, PA. As part of their bid to build an empire that consists of cars that drive themselves, Uber just launched partially self-driving taxis. Don't get too excited about taking one for a spin yourself, an engineer will be in the...
An actual EM Drive is about to be launched into space for the first time, so scientists can finally figure out, once and for all if it really is possible for a rocket engine to generate thrust without any kind of exhaust or propellant. Built by American inventor and chemical...
Sharath Sriram and his research team at RMIT have built an artificial memory cell that could one day function as the grey matter in a bionic brain. Capable of mimicking the human brain and the way it stores information over the long term, the brain-like system can also "Learn", simultaneously...
Now, scientists from the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, working with colleagues from GE Appliances, are looking at how it can be used to dry them. They've already developed technology that they say could make clothes dryers 70 percent more energy-efficient than they are now, while also...
Commuters and motorists will have to get used to seeing a pair of driverless mini-buses negotiating traffic in the area as the city tests the robot vehicles through mid-September. "This is an immense deal right now. There's no more than a handful of these kinds of street traffic trials taking...
Norwegians treasure their beloved fjords, and at 1,190 in total, there are plenty to love, but the giant bodies of water pose serious hurdles to traveling across the country, especially when roads are icy in the winter. The small Nordic country has announced plans to spend a reported $25 billion...
A tree's leaf, a blade of grass, a single algal cell: all make fuel from the simple combination of water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide through photosynthesis. Chemist Daniel Nocera of Harvard University and his team joined forces with synthetic biologist Pamela Silver of Harvard Medical School and her team to...
One of the biggest problems of road warriors, other than a consistent Internet connection everywhere, is the rapidly decreasing meter on their batteries. Mobile devices, especially smartphones, are easier to deal with, but when you need to get work done, a laptop is your Obi-Wan Kenobi. Unassumingly stylish, the HP Powerup...

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