The company announced this week that their innovative .380 that mimics a smartphone when folded for carry or storage is shipping for those who pre-ordered guns.
Medical X-ray scans have long been stuck in the black-and-white, silent-movie era. Sure, the contrast helps doctors spot breaks and fractures in bones, but more detail could help pinpoint other problems. Now, a company from New Zealand has developed
Flibe Energy has teamed with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to examine the use of nitrogen trifluoride as an agent to remove uranium from a molten-salt fuel mixture as a preliminary step for the removal of fission products. They will look at f
The SpaceX BFR factory is expected to take 12-18 months for Phase 1 and another 12 or so months for Phase 2. Pictures indicate the work to prepare the site of the SpaceX BFR factory is ramping up
(Bloomberg) -- It sounds like something Q, the tech guy in James Bond movies, would create: A plane that lands on a runway, shrugs its wings off, turns into a train and rolls on to rails to drop you off at your local station.
"RF-Pose" isn't X-ray vision, but it's getting there.
In this video, Jason Bermas breaks down the controversy surrounding 5g and how the technology differs from 4g, as well as what this means for the future. Our cell phones and devices have become such a part of everyday life that they are no longer eve
Kenya will use the Alphabet X (Google) Loon high-speed internet balloons to provide internet to its rural population. Google Loon already provided internet to 250,000 people in Puerto Rico after the hurricane last year.
Seismic is combining clothing and robotics into what they call Powered Clothing™. They aim to get exosuits into stores by the end of 2018 in the US, Japan and the UK.
Princeton University researchers are using synthetic diamonds to help create a quantum communication network.
The concept of an invisibility cloak sounds like pure science fiction, but hiding something from view is theoretically possible, and in some very-controlled cases it's experimentally possible too. Now, researchers have developed a new device that wor
People drop and break their smartphones all the time, but a German engineering student named Philip Frenzel may have the solution to save everyone some time, money, and unneeded stress.
The University of Michigan was salty that IBM made a smaller computer than it did, so it made an even smaller computer.
Among other things, Josep Rubau has designed cars for Volkswagen, and was the creator of the Tramontana supercar. Now, the Spanish industrial designer is CEO of RedShark Bikes, a company that sells a pedal-powered prop-driven trimaran which he invent
Researchers from Nvidia have revealed an impressive new system that uses a deep-learning neural network to effectively create smooth high-quality slow motion videos from footage shot at a regular, low frame rate.
From prostate surgery to gallbladder procedures, robots are already mainstays in the operating room. Now, they're coming for your eyes.
of land, says report...(Natural News) If the U.S. wants to completely rely on solar power, it will need to set aside a lot of land. But solar energy can fulfill the world's power needs, and an article on Inverse states that the average nation can
SUPER SOLDIER X-ray vision will soon give soldiers the superhero ability to see through walls
The Tesla S competitor from Porsche carries the name "Taycan", pronounced "Tie- Con". Handelsblatt reports Porsche's first electric car is called "Taycan". The oriental term means "lively, young horse" and attack with it the heraldic animal
Emirates plans to make virtual windows the norm on all of its future planes-but to succeed, it will need to balance great UX with logistical efficiency.
On the new Norwegian Bliss, cruise passengers can drive go-karts on a two-story racetrack, listen to a Beatles cover band inside a replica of Liverpool's Cavern Club or play laser tag in a space-themed, outdoor arena.
Leonardo Aerospace has taken the wraps off of its new expendable electronic countermeasures decoy for protecting large military transport aircraft. Billed as the first of its kind for transport protection, the BriteCloud 55-T is designed to hide the
Horne Technologies is developing an inertial electrostatic nuclear fusion system. They claim to have the world's first superconducting, high-beta plasma research device in operation.
The US Army isn't just looking to giving soldiers a hand, but a whole extra arm. At the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland, the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is testing a prototype passive support system called Third Arm, which evenly distribut
Airloys™ are a new class of mechanically robust aerogels with the strength to stand up to real-world applications. In this video, classic silica aerogel is compared with a new material called Airloy X100 which has the low density and superinsulatin
Self-driving cars have captured the limelight when it comes to how you'll get around in the future, but one Kansas City technology startup is looking at the road itself.
Smart City technology has found a way to incorporate blanket sensors into road pavement to provide continuous 'services' and connections to your autonomous and traditional automobile. Commercial companies will deliver Internet-based content to pa
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Apple's upcoming iOS 12 release will feature a new app that will be a must-have for designers and scrapbookers alike. It's called Measure, and it's an augmented reality tool that lets you measure pretty much anything.
The company wants to make putting down your iPhone down a little easier.