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Gigantic Airbus plane starts transporting cargo 

Gigantic Airbus plane starts transporting cargo 

The vehicle is called BelugaXL. This giant is set to start a revolution in the cargo aircraft market. 
Scientists uncover the mystery behind an immortal tree

Scientists uncover the mystery behind an immortal tree

They studied the gingko tree, which shows minimal signs of aging, according to biologists. 
Engineers present a plastic electric car

Engineers present a plastic electric car

Engineers from Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands have announced Luca - the super eco-friendly electric car. 
Budget prosthetics for children created with 3D printing

Budget prosthetics for children created with 3D printing

This task was completed by a team of researchers from the University of Lincoln led by Dr Khaled Goher. 
You can control iHaper DL1 desk lamp with your voice

You can control iHaper DL1 desk lamp with your voice

No desk is complete without a nice desk lamp. iHaper DL1 Smart offers the best of both worlds: excellent lighting for your workspace and an instant understanding of what you want to communicate.

Scientists create xenobots - robots built from living cells 

Each xenobot is made up of 500-1000 cells. These inventions are capable of autonomous movement, transportation of objects and self-healing. 

Australia creates the most powerful smartphone battery

The battery created by scientists is rightfully considered not only the most powerful, but also the most environmentally friendly.

Breathe clean air with the Atmos Faceware mask

The product is being promoted as a respiratory equipment and a fashion accessory that will complement any look.

What does a 2600-year-old human brain look like?

An ancient skull with a preserved piece of brain was discovered in the UK in 2008. Since then, scientists have been trying to figure out how the tissue managed to last.

What kind of VR headset will NASA use?

VRgineers have unveiled an improved version of the XTAL professional headset that has 8K resolution.  The device has already interested NASA.

Watch your smile with the Y-Brush from Fas Teesh.

The device needs just 10 seconds to completely clean your teeth.

Go mosquito hunting with a Bzigo laser detector 

Many interesting inventions were shown at CES 2020.  Among them is an innovative system for finding insects in your apartment. 

Go Dogo takes care of your pet when you are not around

Many dog ​​owners are forced to constantly leave their pets. Training and entertainment system Go Dogo will be able to take care of pets in their absence.

Save on Water with Hydraloop System

Thanks to the efficient use of resources the system enables users to reduce their water consumption by almost half. The device is suitable for both commercial and residential premises.

Antimicrobial smartphone screen protector created in the United States

The new technology is called Amplify Glass. The invention has already been registered in the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 

Samsung have come up with a revolutionary new way to type on a smart phone

The Samsung C-Lab startup incubator have come up with ‘SelfieType’ technology, which will allow users to type on any surface. The development will be officially presented at CES 2020.

Hyundai presents S-A1 flying taxi

The vehicle concept was unveiled at CES 2020. It was initially built for Uber’s Project Elevate.

‘Artificial People’ or Samsung's Best Deepfake

The developer Samsung has announced a new deepfake technology. The company assures that the project will serve only worthy purposes.

Toyota announces plans for ‘city of the future’ in Japan

The new city has been given the name Woven City. The ambitious project will be launched in 2021. 

Google will release a budget version of Pixel 4

Images of a smartphone that will probably be presented by Google in spring 2020 have surfaced online.

Amazon AI successfully recognizes curved text

Instead of using rectangular frames for recognition, the new algorithm employs ‘tube’ representations of text reference frames.

British neurosurgeon believes that human head transplants may become a reality by 2030

A successful transplant of a person’s head will involve placing his/her entire spinal cord into another body.

Princeton physicists have overcome the limitations of silicon quantum chips

During the experiment, scientists transmitted information between qubits, which were at a distance of about five millimeters from each other.

Carbon dioxide capture technology can reduce lorry and bus emissions by 90%

Today, up to 40% of vehicle emissions are from lorries.