Wearable Sleep-Tracker Could Let People Shape Their Dreams – This Week in Tech

A Wearable Sleep-Tracker Designed by an MIT Team Could Give People the Power to Shape Their Own Dreams

Tomás Vega wanted to dream about Oompa Loompas…


South Korea Plans to Launch 6G Trials in 2026

The country is expected to spend approximately $169m over the course of five years to develop this technology…


For The First Time, Scientists Successfully Extract DNA From Insects Embedded In Tree Resin

Somewhere in South America, a miner finds a piece of amber. Inside the hardened tree resin, he notes what seems to be a mosquito. Using advanced equipment, scientists extract the last meal of the blood-sucking insect. Thanks to the genetic code perfectly preserved in the still intact blood cells, the scientists then clone a dinosaur. The novel and later successful movie franchise “Jurassic Park” popularized the idea that amber could preserve soft tissue and even DNA-molecules over millions of years. But real attempts to extract DNA from amber or similar substances were unsuccessful to this day, and resin-embedded samples were deemed unsuitable for genetic examinations…


Future iPhones Could Use Laser Detection of Poisonous Gas, Air Quality, or Pollen

A future Apple Watch or iPhone may warn users about poisonous gas or pollen in the local environment, with Apple coming up with ways to reliably sense the air using a combination of lasers and other sensors…


The Home Depot Is Selling a New Google Chromecast That Hasn’t Been Announced

Google’s Pixel 5 event is scheduled for this Wednesday, but some of the company’s other new gadgets are already appearing on store shelves. That includes its all-new Chromecast, which some savvy buyers have been able to purchase directly in-store from retailers like Walmart and The Home Depot over the course of the last week…


Honda to Quit F1 to Focus on Zero-Emission Technology

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Honda Motor will end its participation as an engine supplier in the FIA Formula One World Championship at the end of the 2021 season to focus on zero-emission technology, it said on Friday…


Apple Watch SE Review: Pay a Lot Less to Give Up Only a Little

Apple’s smartwatch lineup has gone from straightforward to surprisingly complex seemingly overnight. Where we used to have this year’s model or last year’s model at a lower price to choose from, now Apple is selling three distinct Apple Watch models at varying price tiers and with varying options…

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