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The Start-up CharaChorder develops a keyboard that can type entire words

The Start-up CharaChorder develops a keyboard that can type entire words

CharaChorder Lite promises to be the most sophisticated fast typing device.
How did ancient Japanese art help a Korean carmaker?

How did ancient Japanese art help a Korean carmaker?

Hankook is working alongside Korean and American scientists to develop unique transformable wheels. An origami technique has considerably helped them.
An Engineer creates the world's largest Nintendo Switch console

An Engineer creates the world's largest Nintendo Switch console

The massive device is fully compatible with the original games console.
Spot the robot has successfully taken part in an army exercise

Spot the robot has successfully taken part in an army exercise

Spot successfully handled a reconnaissance mission during an army exercise.
An Israeli company can detect COVID-19 by analysing a person’s voice

An Israeli company can detect COVID-19 by analysing a person’s voice

Using the VocalisCheck mobile app, Israel has learnt how to diagnose the Coronavirus by listening to a patient’s voice with an accuracy rate of 81%.

The US Army will spend 22 billion dollars on AR headsets

Microsoft was awarded the contract for the supply of high-tech products.

A new device to harvest sunlight has been developed in Singapore

Designed at the Nanyang University of Technology, the device is efficient and straightforward.

The teeth of all the animals in the world grow according to a single mathematical formula

Alistair Evans, an Australian biologist, made this discovery.  The formula, called the “power cascade”, works with teeth and horns, antlers, and even spines.   

Virgin Galactic unveils their new spaceship

The first flight of VSS Imagine could happen this year.

Vlogger learnt how to mine bitcoins on Game Boy

Popular youtube vlogger of the channel stacksmashing has learnt how to mine cryptocurrency on a games console.  Nevertheless, he didn't manage to earn good money on it.

Facebook is creating a social media platform designed for the rehabilitation of former prisoners

The target audience will be released criminals.

The world's most advanced security banknote will be issued in England

It will be a fifty-pound note featuring Alan Turing.

Xiaomi is launching a smartphone with a unique lens

This was initially announced on the official manufacturers account on Weibo.

Autonomous boats have entered service in the UK

Following the necessary tests, the vessels will be put into action as a rapid reaction force.

Canada is developing the world's fastest, three-wheeled, electric car

Daymak is developing a unique electric vehicle. Earlier, they've produced an e-bike, SUV and ATV. Right now, though, they are working on a three-wheeled electric car.

A famous Japanese blogger is revealed to be a 50-year-old biker

To deceive his audience, the man used deepfake technology.

A Pensioner Has Discovered the Ruins of an Ancient Palace on His Land

The man is unhappy with the discovery because now he cannot build his own bungalow.

Trump's advisor has announced the launch of a brand-new social media platform

According to Jason Miller, the new service will be launched in about two to three months.

A dream job: The UK is searching for a Minecraft expert

The job will involve offering professional advice to players about improving their virtual plots.

Life on Earth could have emerged from a lightning strike

Scientists consider the origins of life as one of the great mysteries. They suggest that thunderstorms could have played a crucial role in the process.

Digital investment platform Bitpanda raises $170 million

The company is now valued at $1.2 billion.

Norway has developed a robot that can modify its limbs length

This is a new feature designed to better adapt the robot to the environment. Instructing the robot to modify its limb's length, the developers can then make it walk across any terrain.

A rare ancient meteorite has landed in Britain

The rock landed directly in front of the Wilcock's family home in Winchcombe. It's estimated to be 4.5 billion years old.

A group of American scientists want to construct a biological storage facility on the Moon

A group of American scientists have suggested creating a lunar “Noah's Ark”, a bio-storage facility, which will house samples of spores, sperm, eggs and seeds from millions of plants and animals.