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    Gadgets and Spy Gear Each child needs to be James Bond, it’s valid. Spies get to visit with wonderful ladies, fire Uzis from snowmobiles, fly around in little gyrocopters, rout miscreants with fiendishness sanctuaries in Japanese volcanoes and drive DB7s. Generally, it’s a really cool occupation. The spy…

  • Smart necklace

    Smart necklace We have smartphones, smart watches and now we have smart necklaces. If you want to lose weight, this is the perfect gadget for you. It was developed by the UCLA engineers and it is called Wear Sens. The point of this necklace is to detect and record what are we eating. According to the developers,…

  • Sun-tree solar charger

    Sun-tree solar charger Saving our planet should be the most important thing in our lives. Although, many people don’t pay attention to the environment, some people consider that it is very important. If you are one of those people, you will want to do your bit to save the planet. Because there are many gadgets who…

  • Microsoft HoloLens

    Microsoft HoloLens Although Microsoft is not doing so well on the mobile market it appears to be doing great on the high-tech virtual reality gadgets. Things are not sci-fi yet, however the concept is and soon everybody will be able to experience dreaming while awake. The HoloLens will blend the real world and…

  • Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres

    Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres Nasa's Dawn spacecraft has entered an approach phase in which it will continue to close in on Ceres, a Texas-sized dwarf planet never before visited by a spacecraft. Launched in 2007, Dawn is scheduled to enter Ceres orbit in March 2015. Dawn recently emerged from solar conjunction, in which…

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  • Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres

    Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres Nasa's Dawn spacecraft has entered an approach phase in which it will continue to close in on Ceres, a Texas-sized dwarf planet never before visited by a spacecraft. Launched in 2007, Dawn is scheduled to enter Ceres orbit in March 2015. Dawn recently emerged from solar conjunction, in which…

  • Gadgets blur lines of home and office

    Gadgets blur lines of home and office Digital technology in the workplace — email, Internet access and smartphones — increases worker productivity and flexibility but possibly at a price: a longer workday. Nearly half of workers who use online and digital tools (46 percent) say they feel more productive, a new Pew Research…

  • New Computer Can Understand Science Better Than Humans

    New Computer Can Understand Science Better Than Humans A computer developed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UWM) has proved that it is better than scientists at extracting data from scientific publications and placing it in a database amongst thousands of other results. "We demonstrated that the system was no worse than people on all the things…

  • Nasa Calls for Designs of High-Altitude Airships

    Nasa Calls for Designs of High-Altitude Airships Nasa has called for designs of an airship that can fly at altitudes higher than the current 65,000-foot limit for weather balloons and for longer than the existing ones. Weather balloons can soar to that height but are difficult to control and vulnerable to winds. Such airships could aid scientists…

  • How To Build A Robo-Deer To Catch Poachers

    How To Build A Robo-Deer To Catch Poachers The Robot MarketPlace, an electronics shop based in Florida, gets a lot of strange requests, but this was their wackiest to date: "Can we create a realistic deer robot to nab off-season poachers?"—Florida law enforcement Jim Smentowski, owner of The Robot MarketPlace, told us how they made it…

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NASA’s airport simulator
NASA’s airport simulator

Air traffic is busier every year, so controllers have a hard time doing their job property! Those people are under serious stress! No wonder why the highest suicide rates are among air traffic controllers! Maybe NASA has a solution. They can simulate any airport in the world, at Ames Research…

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  • Gadgets and Spy Gear
    Gadgets and Spy Gear

    Each child needs to be James Bond, it’s valid. Spies get to visit with wonderful ladies, fire Uzis from snowmobiles, fly around in little gyrocopters, rout miscreants with fiendishness sanctuaries in Japanese volcanoes and drive DB7s. Generally, it’s a really cool occupation. The spy…

  • Smart necklace
    Smart necklace

    We have smartphones, smart watches and now we have smart necklaces. If you want to lose weight, this is the perfect gadget for you. It was developed by the UCLA engineers and it is called Wear Sens. The point of this necklace is to detect and record what are we eating. According to the developers,…

  • Sun-tree solar charger
    Sun-tree solar charger

    Saving our planet should be the most important thing in our lives. Although, many people don’t pay attention to the environment, some people consider that it is very important. If you are one of those people, you will want to do your bit to save the planet. Because there are many gadgets who…

  • Microsoft HoloLens
    Microsoft HoloLens

    Although Microsoft is not doing so well on the mobile market it appears to be doing great on the high-tech virtual reality gadgets. Things are not sci-fi yet, however the concept is and soon everybody will be able to experience dreaming while awake. The HoloLens will blend the real world and…

  • Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres
    Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres

    Nasa's Dawn spacecraft has entered an approach phase in which it will continue to close in on Ceres, a Texas-sized dwarf planet never before visited by a spacecraft. Launched in 2007, Dawn is scheduled to enter Ceres orbit in March 2015. Dawn recently emerged from solar conjunction, in which…

  • Gadgets blur lines of home and office
    Gadgets blur lines of home and office

    Digital technology in the workplace — email, Internet access and smartphones — increases worker productivity and flexibility but possibly at a price: a longer workday. Nearly half of workers who use online and digital tools (46 percent) say they feel more productive, a new Pew Research…

  • New Computer Can Understand Science Better Than Humans
    New Computer Can Understand Science Better Than Humans

    A computer developed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UWM) has proved that it is better than scientists at extracting data from scientific publications and placing it in a database amongst thousands of other results. "We demonstrated that the system was no worse than people on all the things…

  • Nasa Calls for Designs of High-Altitude Airships
    Nasa Calls for Designs of High-Altitude Airships

    Nasa has called for designs of an airship that can fly at altitudes higher than the current 65,000-foot limit for weather balloons and for longer than the existing ones. Weather balloons can soar to that height but are difficult to control and vulnerable to winds. Such airships could aid scientists…

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UK’s first driverless electric car
How many of us dreamed about traveling in a driverless car? A car which has its own ‘mind’ seemed to belong to the science-fiction world, until now.LUTZ Pathfinder is the name which makes  imagination become reality, the Britain’s first driverless electric car, launched in…
  • Sony Smartwatch 3 Stainless Steel Edition

    Sony Smartwatch 3 Stainless Steel Edition A few years ago we used small phones. They were 2-3 times smaller than today phones. Then, we start using big phones. So, it looks like we are going to use the bigger gadget in the future. Well, we won't! Since the first models of smartwatches appeared, they became very popular! Honestly, they…

  • Ultrabook by Acer

    Ultrabook by Acer The 21st century emerged an advancement of the already growing ultraportable segment of computers and be gladly said a benevolent gift of the century for tech savvy lovers and enhanced a wholly great meaning to the computer companies. All the fuss and critics on bad influenced of technology has…

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Samsung puts spotlight on wireless charging for Galaxy S6
The launching of Samsung’s next big phone is just a week away and people are eager to know what the Samsung Galaxy S6 has to offer. The Korean company has given hints about the specs of their new product, one of which is the ‘amazing new camera’ that is set to provide a new level…
  • MOTOROLA’S NEW MOTO E IS BIGGER, FASTER AND HAS 4G LTE FOR $150

    MOTOROLA’S NEW MOTO E IS BIGGER, FASTER AND HAS 4G LTE FOR $150 Smartphone markers tend to focus more on making premium devices which have beautiful metallic designs as well as big screens and high performance specs which are target for the high end consumer. Others like Motorola have built their brands by not neglecting the low end. Motorola embarked on a…

  • Panono’s Throwable Ball Camera

    Panono’s Throwable Ball Camera Gadgets can be fun, most of them are designed for this purpose. The situation is same with a new Panono’s ball camera. Price of this gadget is $499, which is very expensive, especially for a ball. But, it is interesting, and it can be useful. For this money you get 36 cameras, processor,…