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NASA is giving commercial spaceflight a boost by awarding six American companies 10 contracts worth a total of US$44 million to develop what it calls "tipping point" technologies. The contracts focus on three Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) strategic areas – Expand Utilization of Space, Enable Efficient and Safe Transportation Into and Through Space and Increase Access to Plane
the new take of the classic puzzle sees depth integrated into the game, adding both a social and digital aspect. The post refit and revamped: the rubik’s cube gets a full tech reboot appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
"Ideally, AR objects should be able to blend into our reality, seamlessly moving behind and around real world objects." ...
If you've ever lived near an airport, or visited someone who does, you'll be familiar with the window-shaking rumble that can keep many a household up at night. NASA has taken it upon itself to address the problem, testing three new noise reduction technologies on a series of Acoustic Research Measurement (ARM) flights, and managing to cut airframe noise during landing by more than 70 perc
It was just last month that we heard about Spyce, a new Boston restaurant that uses a robotic kitchen to prepare low-cost stir-fry bowls. Well, now the high-tech Creator restaurant is about to open in San Francisco, which will be offering $6 robot-made gourmet hamburgers... Continue Reading Robotized restaurant uses fancy tech to make fancy burgers Category: Robotics Tags: Aut
While the game itself isn't terribly fresh (it's basically Twitch Plays Pokemon, For A Price) it is intriguing to see a dev layering in cryptocurrency fees to play a live game on a per-action basis. ...
Days after the first shots were fired in a looming UK legal battle questioning law enforcement uses of facial recognition technology, Amazon has been bombarded with a massive petition and several letters demanding it stop providing a similar technology to governments and law enforcement... Continue Reading Amazon under pressure to stop selling facial recognition tech to police Category: C
Although there already are methods of determining if someone has an infection, those methods have their limitations. Scientists from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) have developed what they believe is a better technique, which incorporates electrochemistry... Continue Reading New tech promises fast and precise detection of infections Category: Medical Tags: Diagn
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common condition that causes bloating, diarrhea and constipation. It's also difficult to diagnose – often a colonoscopy is required in order to do so. Soon, however, it may be possible for doctors to simply use a belt that listens to patients' guts... Continue Reading Belt uses termite-listening tech to detect IBS Category: Medical Tags: Aco
Chris Price heads to Portugal to spend time driving the latest Audi A6 Saloon. His verdict? Not only is it very agile for a big car, it also combines onboard comfort with loads of great technology features… Driving around the mountainous roads of Portugal’s stunning Douro Valley it’s difficult to believe that I’m behind the […] The post Audi A6 Review: comfort, elega 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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