Changing the drone scene, the Splash Drone 3, available in two different models, from SwellPro, is fully waterproof and can float on water.
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Gogoro a Taiwanese company have designed the new electric scooter, the Gogoro 2 Smartscooter which is an updated and better version than their original Gogoro.
Google has designed a new $5,000 digital, internet-connected 'whiteboard', The Jambaord, that looks like a children's tablet.
Researchers have found a type of immune cell that is associated with hair growth which need to be partnered to prevent balding.
The new technology of the moment is lidar which will be the basis for autonomous driving and essential to make self-driving vehicles safe.
The combination of two legitimate permissions that power desirable and commonly-used features in popular apps has resulted in a new Android vulnerability.
With software there is always a way in, but with the recent cyber attack what are the vulnerabilities in software and why are there so many of them, here we look at how to protect ourselves.
When we walk we produce kinetic energy that is unique to us and new research has found this energy could be used to power and secure our personal devices.
Gray matter measures density, volume, mass, and cortical thickness, and show distinct age and sex effects and researchers have found it increases whilst going through the adolescence period.
By analyzing lots of sales data, a company could come up with an accurate price for most homes; then the start-up could buy houses quickly.
Sky Viper Drones is launching the Official Movie Edition Spider-Drone, which has eight legs, four rotors, and includes a controller.
Sphero has a new toy with impressive robotics based on the main character from Cars, Lightning McQueen.
A team of UW synthetic biology researchers have demonstrated a new method for digital information processing in living cells.
Los Angeles was losing about 100 gallons of water per person per day in summer 2010, to the atmosphere through the evaporation and plant uptake of lawns and trees.
Researchers, from MIT’s Tangible Media Group have created programmable pasta and shape-shifting noodles.