Tech & Security

Thanks to a rapid technological development, millions of people now take things for granted, that they could not even imagine a few years ago. However, everything new brings not only opportunities but dangers as well. In this section we write about the ways to use the former and insure you against the latter. We discuss what each product is intended for, what individual devices can do, who invents and produces them as well as how to keep your data confidential and not fall for machinations, tricks or hoaxes. You will find all about it here.

American scientists have invented a muffler bracelet for microphones

American scientists have invented a muffler bracelet for microphones

This invention was developed by a team of computer science professors at the University of Chicago.
Norwegian Drilling Plate Hires Boston Dynamics Robot

Norwegian Drilling Plate Hires Boston Dynamics Robot

We are talking here about a robot named Spot, which has gained unimaginable popularity on the Internet. The robot is famous for its well-developed acrobatic abilities. 
Gamers will train military robots 

Gamers will train military robots 

The US military is working hard to find out how professional gamers make managerial decisions in complex military strategies. A total of $316 thousand has been allocated to conduct studies of their behavior. 

Indian police officers tackle noise pollution

The new development will primarily affect Indian motorists. 

Scientists learn to use rain as a source of energy 

The new technology will harness the kinetic energy of falling raindrops. The energy from a single raindrop is enough to ignite a hundred LED lamps. 

Ford introduces emoji cycling jacket 

The jacket will facilitate understanding on the road and help cyclists express their individuality. 

Firefighters test innovative Qwake C-Thru mask

The device provides ‘thermointellectual’ vision to see through smoke. This is done through a combination of thermal imaging and AI. 

Haptic Helmet - a fire helmet of the future

Engineers at Carnegie Mellon University have created a fire helmet that can help you find your way even in total darkness.

Albatrosses are being recruited to patrol the ocean

It turned out that these birds can ‘spy’ on poachers much more efficiently than humans. Because of this, these feathered vigilantes were equipped with GPS sensors. 

Eye tracking technology opens up a lot of new insights

Scientists at the University of Nevada grasp how our vision works.

AirDresser dry cleaning cabinet for $1,400

Samsung presented an unusual cabinet with functionalities so far alien to such objects. However, only very wealthy customers are likely to go for it.

Dutch Ministry of Defence creates team in CS:GO 

The KM Esports cyber team will focus on identifying and recruiting new ministry employees among cyberathletes. 

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.

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.
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