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SABRE Approved: Hybrid Jet Engine Project Defended

SABRE Approved: Hybrid Jet Engine Project Defended

The United Kingdom and European Space Agencies have given the go-ahead to the manufacturing of SABER hybrid hypersonic engine capable of operating both in space and the Earth's atmosphere. As the next stage, individual parts of the future device will be tested.
Meet Stan: the first robot employee at a French airport

Meet Stan: the first robot employee at a French airport

Saint Exupery Airport, 25 km from the French city of Lyon, will go down in history as the first airport to employ robot labor. If this experiment turns out to be a success, it will be extended to other terminals as well.
Kiwano KO+ continues the famous line of electric scooters

Kiwano KO+ continues the famous line of electric scooters

Kiwano owes its popularity to the KO-X gyro scooter. But the manufacturer did not stop there and has released KO-X, a one-wheel electric scooter. The latest device in the line is KO-1+ which we will discuss today.

Insta360 Evo Foldable Camera

Insta360 Evo is a descendant of the famous Insta360 camera. It differs from its predecessor in its expanded functionality, which will surprise even those who are not conversant in the art of photography.

KillaJoule: world’s fastest electric motorcycle

What is it like to take in the breathtaking Australian scenery from a seat on an electric motorcycle traveling at full speed? Racing driver Eva Hakansson had the chance to find out. And she recorded it all on camera, so we wouldn’t feel bad about missing out.

Toyota will put a car on the moon

The famous auto manufacturer is always trying itself in new fields. The company has recently announced an interest in conquering space. Toyota plans to manufacture a rover that will transport astronauts across the surface of the moon.

A Device That Silences Noise without Blocking Airflow

As is known, sound is a wave propagating through the air, therefore, to achieve high-quality sound insulation, airflow has to be blocked. You can forget about it now, as a device that silences almost all the noise without interfering with the air circulation has been created.

The first images of Google’s new gamepad are online

Previously, the mass media outlets reported on the company's plans to conquer the video game market. In particular, it is going to release its own streaming service Project Stream to compete with similar projects from Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo.

Flying motorcycle Speeder now available for pre-order

Jetpack Aviation’s decision to release a flying motorcycle came as a great surprise to its clients; the company previously stated that it would focus its efforts on developing a flying automobile.

PAL-V unveils flying car production model

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.

Festo develops amazing robotic hand

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

The Cheetah robot learns acrobatic tricks

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 Project: the flying taxi

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.

Following Samsung: Huawei and Oppo present folding smartphones

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...