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Having introduced a series of battery-electric trucks over the past few years, Volvo Trucks is now expanding on its vision of a cleaner trucking future with a foray into hydrogen fuel cell powertrains. The company announced this week that it has begun putting these next-generation big rigs through their paces, with a view to introducing them to the market later this decade.Continue ReadingCategor
While many apps targeted towards children might seem harmless, there are many that track your children’s data, and potentially sell it on to third parties you’d rather they weren’t interacting […] The post Revealed: the apps that track your children appeared first on ShinyShiny.
It goes without saying that surgeons require a very delicate, precise touch. A new set of surgical training gloves were designed with that fact in mind, as they monitor their wearer's hand movements, and provide feedback on their technique.Continue ReadingCategory: Wearables, TechnologyTags: Western Sydney University, Gloves, Training aid, Surgery, Hand, Fingers, New Atlas Audio
If you're working on a construction project which is indoors or in a sound-sensitive area, using noisy, exhaust-belching machinery isn't the best idea. That's one of the reasons Doosan Bobcat developed the just-announced T7X all-electric compact track loader.Continue ReadingCategory: Good Thinking, LifestyleTags: Electric Vehicles, ces-2022, Construction, New Atlas Audio
Ducati is set to replace Energica as the sole bike supplier for the FIM MotoE series, starting in 2023, and the Italian company's new electric race bike prototype has now made its track debut with a test session at Misano.Continue ReadingCategory: Motorcycles, TransportTags: Ducati, Racing, Moto E, Electric Motorcycles
the microflier doesn’t use a motor or engine to fly, instead it references a maple tree’s propeller seed and catches flight on the wind by spinning like a helicopter. The post the microflier, a flying microchip that could track pollution and disease appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
There's no bike on earth remotely like the bizarre WMC250EV, an electric land speed racer built to slash aerodynamic drag by taking the radical step of tunneling a giant hole through the middle of it. The target speed is 250 mph (402 km/h), and its creators say its huge Venturi tunnel reduces drag by an astonishing 69 percent compared against "the world leading motorcycle."Continue ReadingCategor
In development since 2017, the Lightyear One solar EV made it to the pre-production prototype stage a couple of years later and promised a per-charge range of 725 km (450 miles) on the WLTP cycle. Now the development team has taken its validation prototype to a test track in Germany, where it clocked up 710 km on a single charge of the 60-kWh battery.Continue ReadingCategory: Automotive, Transpor
If you're going to check how fish are affected by hydroelectric dams, it's particularly important to monitor tiny, delicate individuals. That's why US scientists have developed what is claimed to be the world's smallest fish-tracking tag.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Fish, Tracking, Ecology, Acoustics
The problem of marine microplastics pollution is steadily getting worse, so it's vitally important to monitor the amount of such plastic waste that's currently present in the world's oceans. According to a new study, a simple sea creature may better allow scientists to do so.Continue ReadingCategory: Environment, ScienceTags: Microplastic, Pollution, NIST, Ocean 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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