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Back in June, the world's largest plane emerged from its hangar for the first time. Reactions varied from those skeptical about the design ("what an odd bird!"), to straight-up excitement over the innovative plane ("a stunning-looking aircraft!"). Now the team has crossed another milestone by completing the first round of engine testing, continuing the groundwork needed to get the beast into
This week on Dezeen, the trust behind London's Garden Bridge announced its closure, while new fire safety test results of aluminium cladding blamed for the Grenfell Tower blaze were released. Read more
All privately operated drones in the UK will soon need to comply with new regulations, following a number of near-misses with planes in the skies over Britain. Read more
The US Navy has brought signal lamp ship-to-ship communications into the texting age. In a recent test, the guided-missile destroyer USS Stout flashed a message in fast light bursts across 250 ft (76 m) of water to the guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey tied up at a pier at Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia. It did this using a signal lamp retrofitted with the Flashing Light to Text Converter
The older you get, the more health risks you face. As life gets busier, the more you tend to forget about your health. Some adults only ever go to the doctor in case of an emergency, and often that’s simply too late. When you step into your 20’s and 30’s, you have to be more […]The post 5 tests that you don’t think about as an adult appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Regardless of how loud their sirens are, accurately locating approaching emergency vehicles while behind the wheel can be difficult. And those that don't realize such vehicles are headed their way can slow their progress through traffic. Ford is trying to cut down on such delays with a prototype system that lets drivers know exactly where the emergency vehicle is coming from so they can get o
We hope you all had a great weekend! Let’s get the new week started off with a bang. In this edition of Shutter Release, our regular roundup feature in which we share and briefly discuss interesting photography articles and videos from around the web, we look at DxOMark’s Sony A9 review, the potential for log profiles in the Sony A9, Vincent Laforet and blending of still and motion pi
Modern aircraft carriers may seem like the bleeding edge of technology, but they still rely on some remarkably low-tech tools to get the job done. To help bring the US Navy into the 21st century, the Office of Naval Research's (ONR) TechSolutions program is sponsoring the development of a digital aid called the Deployable Ship Integration Multitouch System (DSIMS) that will allow aircraft han
Napoleon said that an army marches on its stomach and so, it seems, do astronauts. To help the crews of future Mars missions remain healthy, associate professor Dominic D'Agostino of the University of South Florida Hyperbaric Biomedical Research Laboratory will spend ten days on a simulated space journey in a laboratory on the bottom of the sea eating a special diet designed to counter the si
Protective filters…a topic we have discussed on numerous occasions. Typically, UV filters come up on Imaging Resource when a new filter is announced or when Lensrentals founder Roger Cicala writes about them. This time it’s the latter as Cicala is talking again about UV filters and this time he and his team have done extensive testing of a wide array of UV filters, testing their ligh 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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