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Facebook introduces a prototype virtual reality bracelet

Facebook introduces a prototype virtual reality bracelet

The novelty was presented at the recent IEEE World Haptics Conference. The new way of management will take VR to an entirely new level.
Estonian company releases electric car you can ‘hang’ on your wall

Estonian company releases electric car you can ‘hang’ on your wall

The device is only compatible with walls featuring special fastening elements that can be installed separately. But the surprises don’t end there: the car only has three wheels.

A new Hyperloop speed record is set

Ilon Mask arranged another Hyperloop Pod Competition, in which the German team set a new record for the capsule speed, winning the tournament again.

ESA starts to develop "energy bricks"

If the undertaking is a success, the European Space Agency will get construction material capable to store solar energy.

Scientists create a permanent ferro liquid

The discovery has enormous potential in robotics, microelectronics and related fields.

New tattoo inks to help you monitor your health

Biometric patterns will now change color in response to key changes in your body.

Lumi – the XXI century diapers

Huggies has recently released a "smart" diaper Monit available in the South Korean market. Unwilling to lag behind the competitor, the Pampers team has presented its solution to the eternal problem.

Bill Gates: Millionaire, Businessman, Philanthropist

How did Microsoft's co-founder became one of the richest and most powerful people in the world and what principles helped his success

Voice assistants - the future of tabletop gaming?

The first game in the new genre will be St. Noire detective story from Atari. The product’s features were detailed by the company co-founder Nolan Bushnell and its creative director Zay Ortiz.

Two traces of unknown ancestors were discovered in human DNA

As it turns out, Homo sapiens actively crossbreed not only with Neanderthal and Denisova hominins but also with other unknown to science proto-men. Their genes predominantly discovered among populations of South-East Asia.

This device generates energy when you walk

A special energy harvester is attached to the knee that bears the most strain when walking. The device does not cause any discomfort to its wearer. 

This device uses electricity to restore heart tissue

Electrical impulses have been used to cure a wide range of illnesses for some time. A recent invention is an implant that uses this method to restore heart tissue. 

Use this watch to find out when you will die

The device displays a countdown on your wrist. It can also be used to tell the time. 

Last month was the hottest June on record 

NASA experts report that the global average temperature was 0.93 Celsius degrees higher than the norm in June. So last month officially went down as the hottest June in history.
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