One example is Arion, a combination of ultra-thin smart insoles and GPS-enabled training pods that offers continuous gait analysis and live feedback on the way you run through artificial intelligence (our Running Man of Tech, Gareth Beavis, has already put Arion through its paces).
A mysterious, unseen, planetary object with a mass somewhere between that of Mars and Earth may be lurking in the outer reaches of our solar system, according to new research.
For the first time, physicists have achieved ‘liquid light’ at room temperature, making this strange form of matter more accessible than ever.
Amazon has been granted a patent designed to stop you from visiting a shop to buy something, but then looking for a cheaper version online while you’re there.
A team of researchers from the Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation at the University of Bonn in Germany are currently developing a robotic tool that readily identifies weeds and shoots laser to eliminate them, thus reducing the need to use herbicides. The project received an EXIST Business Start-up Grant from the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
Six pregnant Texas woman tested positive for Zika health officials announced Thursday. The patients hailed from Harris County where, locally, this marked the first cases of the mosquito-borne virus reported this year.
While the end result may be anti-climactic, the fact that 35 years after the game’s release we finally have advanced technology enough to score one million points in Ms. Pac-Man is actually pretty cool.
Aside from the looming threat of the loss of medical freedom in regards to vaccination, what should truly frighten parents is the fact that there has never been a single safety study conducted on the inter-relationship between multiple vaccines, nor has there ever been a single safety study as far as the combination of ingredients in the vaccines themselves.
A newly-released study and supplementary map show that 15 million Americans are exposed to toxins in their drinking water. The study, released in early June as a collaboration with the Environmental Working […]
A secretive robotics startup has raised a new round of venture funding as part of its quest to replace humans with robots in the kitchens of fast-food restaurants.
Forget fumbling for your photo ID and boarding pass at the airport. Soon, certain passengers will be free to move through the airport and check into their flights using only their fingerprints, thanks to the TSA’s latest, more intrusive, innovation.
General Electric has begun testing autonomous drones and robotic “crawlers” to inspect refineries, factories, railroads and other industrial equipment with an eye on capturing a bigger slice of the $40 billion companies around the globe spend annually on inspections.
Taking cannabis-based medicine may significantly reduce the number of seizures by half in children and adults with a severe form of epilepsy called Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS), according to a recent study. Researchers said Lennox-Gastaut syndrome starts in childhood, and that patients with LGS experience multiple kinds of seizures: drop seizures and tonic-clonic seizures.
The system, around the star Epsilon Eridani, was discovered just 10 light-years away in the constellation Eradinus. According to the astronomers, it is the closest system that includes a star as youthful as our own. But while Epsilon Eridani looks like our own star, it’s actually one-fifth the age, and it resembles the sun as it was long ago.
Recently, Facebook developed an emotion-sensing technology that would use your webcam on your laptop or smartphone camera to detect your emotions based on your facial movements and expressions and therefore deliver content that is more relevant.
Facebook on Wednesday introduced a trio of new tools aimed at making it easier for politicians and voters to communicate.
As CRISPR-Cas9 starts to move into clinical trials, a new study published in Nature Methods has found that the gene-editing technology can introduce hundreds of unintended mutations into the genome.
Massive malware attack enslaves 250 million computers: ‘Fireball’ turns browsers into ‘zombies’ that can run any code
A massive worldwide malware attack called “Fireball” is being reported by experts who estimate it already has infected and taken over 250 million computers.
Philadelphia scientists create “brain-rebooting” serum, human testing to begin this year — Will this be the beginning of real zombies?
According to Pastor, Bioquark has developed a series of injections that can reboot the brain – and they plan to try it out on humans this year.
Today, thanks to a combination of her implant, surgery and medication, Borghard, 27, experiences an average of just two seizures a month. She recently earned a master’s degree in social work and hopes to work someday as a patient advocate at the hospital where she volunteers.
Russian President Vladimir Putin asserted Friday that US hackers could have made it appear that Russia was behind cyber hacks in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
While acknowledging, “the vast majority of online content creators fund their work with advertising,” Ramaswamy also noted that “annoying, intrusive ads” have led users to block advertisements altogether via extensions and other tools.
The future of war will not be waged by those who are the strongest, those who can shoot the best, or by those who have the most experience, rather the future of war will be fought by machines.
The REAL SCIENCE behind carbon dioxide: Plants use CO2 to create CBD, THC, curcumin and all medicinal molecules
The key accomplishment of the climate change cult (so far) has been to convince gullible environmentalists that carbon dioxide is a “pollutant” that’s somehow bad for the planet, even when CO2 is the “greening” molecule for all plant life.
Google could be facing a $9 billion fine from the European Union (EU) following a seven-year investigation into the search engine.
Nasa’s own data backs President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement, despite the agency’s politicized leaders claiming otherwise.
After bringing in Lamborghinis and Ferraris to patrol roads, Dubai police have enrolled a robotic officer, the first in a unit that aims to make up a quarter of the force by 2030.