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Harley-Davidson embraces electric power

Harley-Davidson embraces electric power

The legendary brand is famous for its massive loud choppers – motorcycles with elongated frames. But they have to move quickly to ensure their vehicles stay technologically competitive.\n
In Nike’s footsteps: Puma has presented self-lacing training shoes

In Nike’s footsteps: Puma has presented self-lacing training shoes

The renowned brand has decided to respond to a long-time competitor by launching its own model of innovative footwear.\n
Dutch researchers have created a robot insect

Dutch researchers have created a robot insect

"DelFly", the robot's name speaks for itself: the device resembles an ordinary fly and its main specific feature is the ability to fly.\n

Harvard scientists have created an ultramodern exoskeleton

The device’s main advantage over its peers is the ability to adapt to user specifics.\n

American developers have created an athlete robot

Atlas is an amazing invention. This robot can do things that not everyone can do.

A method of welding metal and plastic has been created

How can you connect components of a different nature? For example, plastic and metal? German engineers have presented their solution to this problem.

New technology that translates thoughts into words

This week scientists from Columbia University (USA) have distinguished themselves by creating a program for synthesizing human speech based on "reading" thoughts.

Latvia has come up with an unusual use for lightning

As it turns out, a common natural phenomenon may well be useful... in the music industry! The Latvian company, EricaSynths, has released an outlandish musical instrument.

In Taiwan they have created a computer desk

Many users put their PC on the table. But the Taiwanese company went even further and created a computer built right into the worktop.

Phones Can Now Be Charged through Wi-Fi

The technology invented by American scientists will allow phones to be charged from electromagnetic waves generated by alternating current, such as Wi-Fi-signals.

Hypercars that run on electric motors: they're not as far away as we think

Electric motors will soon be used not only in ordinary cars, but also in racing supercars and premium cars.

General Atomics to Teach UK Drones to Prevent Collisions

The American company will equip the United Kingdom’s aircraft with state-of-the-art electronics expanding the scope of their use for military and civilian purposes.\n

Amazon Working on Unmanned Deliveries

Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, has launched the development of an unmanned goods delivery system.\n

New Details Emerge around Samsung Galaxy S10

Pictures of Samsung’s new flagship have seeped into the Internet. One of its new features is a cryptocurrency storage application.\n

Man Against Machine

Robots are being attacked more and more often. Where is this aggression coming from and can people and machines peacefully coexist?