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Cassini, an unmanned NASA spacecraft, is poised to plunge into the gap between Saturn and its rings.
Coverage of the Performance Sports conference at the Wearable Technology Show 2017.
As smart farming marches into the technological future, there are some weird and wonderful solutions appearing to accommodate population growth.
The VR World Congress (VRWC) was hosted in the center of Bristol Millennium Square, 11th-13th April 2017.
Though while wearable tech is becoming more diverse, there’s one anatomical location more suited for a hands-on approach to wearable technology.
Consumers are now spoiled for choice when it comes to cashless payments.
Tom Carter, CTO and Founder of Ultrahaptics, has created and developed ultrasonic free-space haptics technology.
Uber, Lyft, Grab and Hailo have conquered the on-ground, app-based, taxi service. Lilium wants to command the sky.
The tennis performance sensor that's making a racket. Qlipp, the 'ultimate tennis sensor'.
Petnet has introduced the automatic feeder for cats and dogs; a device which controls and regulates how much, and when, your furry friend eats their food.
The changes to spark the most debate among engineers are the 2017 regulations for Formula 1.
Cups to spoons, millimeters to grams, this smart kitchen scale takes the calculations out
Simple, clean and 40% more efficient. Herbert is the hydroponic vertical farm for your home.
The C-Pen Exam Reader pen scanner is a technological breakthrough for students with dyslexia. It allow students to independently take English exams. Totally portable, pocket-sized device that reads text out aloud with an English human-like…
At the Bett Show 2017 at London Excel, there was a theme; coding for children. Below are three highlights from the show, aimed at teaching children how to code and programme in conjunction with other STEM projects. From robotics to…