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the hubblephone is a futuristic device with an advanced vision system, boasting multiple screens and the ability to lip-read its users requests. The post turing’s multi-screen smartphone promises to revolutionize the market by 2020 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In the time since Keurig came out with its unique coffee brewer, we've seen the "single-serving pod" concept applied to things like tortillas, cold drinks, wine, and even full meals. Now, a group of California-based entrepreneurs has developed a Keurig-inspired smoothie maker... Continue Reading Avazzy promises no-mess instant smoothies Category: Around The Home Tags: Food tec
On a regular bicycle crankset, the chainrings turn in a 1:1 ratio with the crank arms. In the case of the Ultime Ti crankset from French company MG Tech, however, things are a little different – an integrated planetary gear system actually turns the chainrings faster than the crank, reportedly allowing cyclists to deliver more torque at a given cadence... Continue Reading Torque-multiplyin
Samsung's ISOCELL smartphone image sensor technology was introduced in 2013. It uses physical barriers between neighboring pixels to reduce color crosstalk and expand the capability to capture light, compared to conventional backside-illuminated (BSI) image sensors.Now the Korean company has launched 'ISOCELL Plus' which has been developed in cooperation with FujiFilm. It replaces the metal grid
Adobe has announced a new project that some video editors have been waiting years to see. Dubbed "Project Rush," it is a brand new video product that has the power to change everything about editing films. For me, it is a project that is finally a realization of why "cloud" was a necessary shift for Adobe's growth and development. It has certainly been a long wait, but from what I've seen
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
A new blood test that can rapidly diagnose heart attacks has undergone further testing verifying it can nearly immediately identify whether a patient has had a heart attack or not. The research hopes to lead to a portable hand-held testing device that can not only speed up diagnoses in emergency rooms but also be available in ambulances for on the spot analysis... Continue Reading Blood te
While burgeoning research into our gut microbiome is revolutionizing medical science, this isn't the only part of our body that is home to large populations of symbiotic bacteria. Our skin also holds a complex array of micro-organisms, many of which we are only just discovering offer beneficial effects. New research has revealed treating the skin with a specific beneficial bacteria can hel
If a just-launched Kickstarter campaign is successful, amateur or even not-so-amateur oceanographers will soon have another underwater drone to choose from. Known as the Nemo, this one promises some high-end standard features, along with a couple of interesting extras... Continue Reading Nemo underwater drone promises more stability – and a swappable battery Category: Drones Tags:
Photo-sharing site Flickr has been acquired by photo hosting service SmugMug. According to USA Today, SmugMug CEO Don MacAskill is committed to 'breathing new life' into the once market-leading service, and will maintain it as 'a standalone community of amateur and professional photographers'.One of the most important and popular services of the digital photography boom of the mid 2000s, Flickr w 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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