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GyroGlove mitigates hand tremors in Parkinson’s patients

GyroGlove mitigates hand tremors in Parkinson’s patients

About 10 million people suffer from Parkinson’s disease in the world. But thanks to a medical student, one of the worst symptoms of this disease...

Optical communications system is setting record for fastest data transmission

Optical communications system is setting record for fastest data transmission

Who doesn’t hate that dreadful spinning wheel when waiting for that webpage to load, or twiddling your thumbs while you pause for the download...

Ultrasonic ‘washing machine’ fits right in your pocket

Ultrasonic ‘washing machine’ fits right in your pocket

It looks like a bar of soap – but it’s way more than that. This device is also meant to clean, but it dispenses...

Toshiba’s robot might just be the answer to Japan’s nuclear problem

Toshiba’s robot might just be the answer to Japan’s nuclear problem

Five years ago, a powerful tsunami hit Fukushima, Japan, a location that also housed Japan’s source of nuclear energy. The tsunami resulted in the...

Samsung starts testing their “see-through” Safety Truck in Argentina

Samsung starts testing their “see-through” Safety Truck in Argentina

Last year, Samsung introduced the innovative concept of a truck with screens on the back that allows drivers to see the road ahead, reducing...

10 weirdest gadgets you would never need

10 weirdest gadgets you would never need

It’s okay when technology is advancing everything around us – the smartphones turn into smartwatches, robotics is accelerating every day with robotic hoovers, kitchens...

Robot passes a self-awareness test. Should we be excited or worried?

Robot passes a self-awareness test. Should we be excited or worried?

A robot from New York passed a self-awareness test back in July last year. There were actually three of them that participated in the...

Why are scientists fitting insects with tiny 3D glasses?

Why are scientists fitting insects with tiny 3D glasses?

Praying mantises are quite unique insects – in addition to being aggressive predators and having great hunting abilities, they are even used as a...

Japan’s Elderly Workforce Gets Exoskeletons

Japan’s Elderly Workforce Gets Exoskeletons

Japan is running out of young able-bodied workers, forcing its elderly workforce to pick up the slack. Last year, only 1 million babies were...

Dutch Police Training Eagles to Catch Drones

Dutch Police Training Eagles to Catch Drones

Drone technologies have been growing at a break-neck pace in recent years, leaving many cities and agencies wondering what to do about them. Near...

Surf without the need of waves with an electric powered board

Surf without the need of waves with an electric powered board

Those who surf can guarantee that there is no better feeling than carving the perfect wave. However, surfing requires some essentials in order to...

Why is Microsoft dumping data centers into the Pacific Ocean?

Why is Microsoft dumping data centers into the Pacific Ocean?

In case you didn’t already know, dumping computer equipment into water is generally not a very good idea. This fact is mainly the reason...