Every new Apple product needs some form of scandal - whether real
, or engineered by breaking an iPhone over bended knee
- to call its own in the week after launch. And for those of us with tattooed wrists, the Apple Watch flaw has reared
You may never again have use for that stud sensor buried in your kitchen's utility drawer with a new sensor for Android smartphones called the Walabot that promises to let your device peer right through walls revealing everything from pipes, to wiring, to even
One of our favorite weird cargo airplanes
, NASA's Super Guppy was caught in action again this week. The Megamind impersonator carried the Orion crew module pressure vessel from NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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The Tokyo Moto Show has just gotten away, and amongst fuel-efficient hybrids and the latest advancements in autonomous vehicles, you'll find an unorthodox reveal from Yamaha: a robotic biker called the Motobot that can handle some of the fastest motorcycles on earth.
The Apple Watch's launch was a shaky one. Yeah, Apple sold a ton of them (as Apple is wont to do) but a few hardware and software snafus provided painful flashbacks of Apple's troubled history with gen one devices
. But 9to5Mac reports
Do you remember the historic words of cosmonaut Rakesh Sharma, who flew aboard the Soviet rocket Soyuz T-11 in October 1984 as part of the Intercosmos program? When the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi asked Sharma how India looks from space? Sharma instantly replied, "Sare
Uncomfortable with your wristband fitness tracker? Now you can bury it somewhere in your closet as your smartphone would be your new fitness tracker, say researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). A new system called BioPhone, developed by researchers at MIT, can