New 'brain to vehicle' system helps drivers ensure comfort and control by tapping into a driver's neurological activity in the brain.
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An implant that is able to zap the brain with electricity has proven to improve people’s scores on memory tests. It may be used in helping with dementia, or even boost the memory.
A solution using water jets creates fireworks displays for blind people.
Have you ever thought, for instance, of using the 8 hours in day you normally ‘waste’ sleeping to actually be more productive? Wouldn’t the following be the ultimate life hacks?
Capture the most beautiful moments of the sunset or sunrise in nature. Here are some tricks on how to be more successful when making photos with your smartphone.
Dutch team has won this year’s SpaceX Hyperloop competition and a tech startup has already built a full-scale initial testing site for the project. The goal they set is to connect Amsterdam and Paris using a Hyperloop system by 2021.
A recent report predicts that in the near future AI would surpass human intelligence and would take over every job. Therefore, the time to prepare for ascendancy of AI is now.
Have you ever noticed that your facebook friend has unfriended you on facebook? It can be an unplesent experience. Here are some reason where you have made a mistake.
It is expected that the consumers next year will be offered Smartphones with batteries that fully charge in no more than five minutes.
Going without the internet even for an hour for many people is almost the end of the world. But in case it actually stops working, the impact would be much significant than what we could expect.
An Italian court was the first in the world to ruled in favor of a man (57) who got the tumor, after 15 years of using a mobile phone.
American software company "Adobe Systems" created an application for smartphones that uses artificial intelligence to embellish significantly the selfies.
Water may cover most of the planet's surface, but because of the salt, it is not drinkable. However, researchers at the University of Manchester have developed a membrane of graphene oxide with equally and properly distributed pores, which can filter the seawater in order to remove the salt from it.
Scientists from the UK have developed a USB device that can quickly and accurately let patients self-monitor their HIV level.
It seems like there are no limits to nanomedicine. The newest project is a nanorobot fed with harmful bacteria, viruses and fungi from the blood, which can replace the chromosomes from affected cells with a new chromosomes produced outside the patient's body.