Many companies are currently working on developing prototypes of flying cars, but most of them are still stuck working on concepts, or test models at best. Liberty Pioneer Edition is the first such vehicle that has already been certified and is ready to fly.
The BionicSoftHand prosthesis developed by Festo, a German manufacturer, looks exactly like a real hand. The invention not only feels like a real hand, but it also simulates the mechanisms of its interaction with the human brain.\n
According to a report from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, their Cheetah robot has learned to do back flips and get up after falls. Earlier, it also learned to accelerate up to 45.5 km/h, surpassing Usain Bolt himself.
Vahana is a project focusing on creating next-generation aircraft, launched by European company Airbus. The manufacturer has recently concluded the very first test flights of its Alpha Two prototype, which was developed as part of the program.
In an effort to keep up with Samsung, Huawei and Oppo have presented their very own folding gadgets. Despite the obvious similarities (namely, their folding feature), the smartphones come with notable differences.
Space has always fascinated people. Even in antiquity, travelers learned to navigate by the stars. The first detailed map of the stars dates back to 140 AD. However, many sources claim that astronomy...
A photo recently posted on Twitter gives away the first hints at the upcoming release. The most remarkable feature? The phone is equipped with 5 cameras.
Samsung unveiled its new gadgets at the presentation held in San Francisco on February 20. They include a foldable smartphone, fitness trackers and other products by the famous South Korean company.
The Heavenly Empire witnessed the launch of Xiaomi’s new smartphone brands - Mi 9 Explorer Edition and Mi 9 SE. This review will discuss the models and sum up the presentations’ results.
Pod Eight Sleep is a liquid mattress cooling system that is bound to appeal to a lot of married couples. It can adjust one side of the bed to a specified temperature level.
The invention was developed at the University of Manchester. It represented a unique hybrid of a solar generator and a windmill, attached to a regular flag.
Researches have got an insight into the navigation method the Sahara desert ants use: the search for the right path is complicated.\n