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Feb 18, 2016

Little Model S

Posted by in category: futurism

The Tesla is worth only $500. She’s just a child. Car go up to 9 KM / H, corresponding to the speed of the jogging. Little Model S, like the “grown up” Tesla, charging from the network.

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Feb 18, 2016

Water Nanofilter

Posted by in category: innovation

Necessity is the mother of invention. Tanzanian researcher creates a water filter that turns polluted water into drinking water.

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Feb 18, 2016

Google Hearable: A Custom, In-Ear Computer, Sources Say [exclusive]

Posted by in categories: computing, wearables

Google Glass 2 isn’t the only new thing due from Google’s secret Project Aura. A user-customized, in-ear wearable computer is on tap, sources say. [exclusive]

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Feb 18, 2016

AT&T to Begin Testing Superfast 5G Mobile Network

Posted by in category: internet

Despite many other telecom companies expecting 5G networks to be rolled out around 2020, AT&T plans to begin testing their 5G network later this year.

American multinational telecommunications company AT&T recently announced that it is planning to test a 5G mobile network, a super fast network that is 100 times faster than our current 3G and LTE connections. Together with American semiconductor Intel and Swedish company Ericsson, the company will begin preliminary tests later this year.

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Feb 18, 2016

The next tallest building in the world could be in Tokyo — here’s what it would look like if built

Posted by in category: habitats

At almost double the height of the world’s current tallest building, the Sky Mile Tower would rise a mile high into the sky.

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Feb 18, 2016

World’s first wireless flexible smartphone lets you ‘feel’ an ebook

Posted by in category: mobile phones

Flexible smartphones were once talked about as being the ‘next big thing’ for the industry, but apart from the occasional limited demonstration at a convention, the hype surrounding the technology has died down – possibly because it’s taking so long to arrive. But now, Canadian researchers have created a device that may be the first step toward a truly flexible smartphone screen.

Created by researchers at Queen’s University Human Media Lab, the prototype ReFlex is the world’s first flexible smartphone to feature a full-color, high-resolution display and wireless technology.

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Feb 18, 2016

Welcome to Major Mouse Testing Project

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, life extension

The MMTP needs your support!

Have you ever considered your destiny may depend upon, you personally? And beyond that, have you considered the destiny of many others may depend upon your actions? People who have changed the world, didn’t have any doubts that the future depended on their actions. Scientists, businessmen and famous public figures didn’t wait until someone did something important for the world. They took responsibility for what was happening around and acted, despite all the difficulties. Are you ready to become such a person? Maybe you too have always wanted to make a significant difference, but didn’t know where to begin? So spend a moment to read the information below.

Today there is a unique project being prepared by a group of scientists, activists and other like minded people from many countries. A project which will give us the opportunity to rescue millions of people from future suffering. The project brings the fight against aging to a global level. Each day people suffer and die from the many diseases associated with aging. Researchers worldwide are engaged in a valiant effort to save countless lives in the near future.

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Feb 18, 2016

Radio Flyer Partners With Tesla Motors to Release a Miniature Model S Electric Car for Children

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

Radio Flyer has partnered with Tesla Motors to release a miniature Model S electric car for children. The vehicle has a top speed of six miles per hour, advanced battery technology, working headlights, a sound system, and other Model S inspired design elements.

The tiny cars will begin shipping in May 2016, and customers can preorder and build their little Model S now. The preorder process involves picking the color as well as optional spare batteries, a cover, and customizable license plate and parking sign.

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Feb 18, 2016

Tetrahedron Super Yacht appears to levitate over the sea

Posted by in category: transportation

Tetrahedron Super Yacht, designed by London-based architect Jonathan Schwinge, appears to fly above the water line thanks to a vertical strut attached to a submerged torpedo-shaped hull.

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Feb 18, 2016

The First Planet Discovered By Math

Posted by in categories: mathematics, physics, space

Two astronomers fought for credit when Neptune’s presence was confirmed in 1846: John Couch Adams from Britain, and Urbain Le Verrier from France. Both had used math and physics to predict Neptune’s position, but Le Verrier’s prediction turned out to be more accurate. See references.

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