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Already equipped with an impressive sonar system, new research reveals that dolphins have an extra ability that evolves as they mature in the space where their baby whiskers once were. The super sense may help them navigate and find hidden food sources.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, ScienceTags: Animals, Animal science, Dolphin, Sonar, Rostock University, Whale
Chinese compact computer maker SoonNooz has launched an interesting model called the Mini, which has a stunning retro vibe but features a front section that can be removed from the main body to serve as a Bluetooth speaker.Continue ReadingCategory: Computers, TechnologyTags: Mini-PC, Bluetooth Speakers
The recently completed PituRooms in Indonesia has to be one of the skinniest hotels in the world. Designed by Sahabat Selojene, it has a width of just 280 cm (110 in) and provides an excellent example of overcoming a very challenging inner-city plot.Continue ReadingCategory: Architecture, LifestyleTags: Building and Construction, Hotel, Tiny Footprint
If your close combat simulation droid isn't chatty enough, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has your back. It's awarded a contract to combat training specialist company 4GD to add ChatGPT language models to its SimStriker robot targets.Continue ReadingCategory: Military, TechnologyTags: U.K. Ministry of Defence, British Army, Robotics
Researchers have used human tracheal cells to create tiny biological robots that can move on their own and work together to encourage healing in damaged neurons without requiring genetic modifications. The tiny bots have the potential to transform regenerative medicine and the treatment of disease.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Lung, Cells, Tufts University, Wyss Institute
Researchers are claiming a breakthrough in quantum communications, thanks to a new diamond-stretching technique they say greatly increases the temperatures at which qubits remain entangled, while also making them microwave-controllable.Continue ReadingCategory: Quantum Computing, ScienceTags: Diamonds, Argonne National Laboratory, University of Chicago, University of Cambridge, Quantum, Qubit
Green ammonia offers a solution to one of the hardest tasks in decarbonization: replacing diesel in large ships. Yara is stepping forward with a commitment to launch the world's first clean ammonia-powered container ship, ready for service in 2026.Continue ReadingCategory: Marine, TransportTags: Ammonia, Shipping, Climate Solutions: Shipping
It has been a crazy year for Saudi Arabian architecture, but the country isn't done surprising us yet. Following the reveal of the Epicon skyscrapers recently, plans have now also been unveiled for an unusual hotel that will be nestled into the rugged desert landscape.Continue ReadingCategory: Architecture, LifestyleTags: Building and Construction, Skyscrapers, Saudi Arabia, Hotel, Neom
Some people have been anxiously awaiting the moment since the last speck of light vanished from the Tesla Design Studio on the evening of November 21, 2019. Some hoped it would never happen at all. It's been just over four years, and the wait is officially over. The Tesla Cybertruck is here and it's already headed out onto Texas roadways in the sweaty, shaking hands of the very first buyers. It's
Daily finger-prick blood tests are an uncomfortable fact of life for diabetics, but they may not always have to be. Scientists from Canada and the US have now developed a prototype home-use device that measures blood glucose levels via saliva samples.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Sherbrooke University, DNA, Diabetes, Glucose, Testing is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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