A 62-Year-Old Paralyzed Man Sent Out His First Tweet With Brain Chip

A 62-Year-Old Paralyzed Man Sent Out His First Tweet With Brain Chip

A 62-year-old Australian man paralyzed following his diagnosis with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) has become the first individual to send out a message on social media using a brain-computer interface, RT reported…


Taste the TV: Japan Invents Lickable Screen to Imitate Food Flavours

A Japanese professor has developed a prototype lickable TV screen that can imitate food flavours, another step towards creating a multisensory viewing experience…


Seconds Before a 6.2 Earthquake Rattled California, Phones Got a Vital Warning

In the moments before a 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck the northern California coast on Monday, roughly half a million phones began to buzz. An early-alert system managed by the US Geological Survey sent warnings out before the ground started to shake, giving residents in the sparsely populated area vital time to take cover…


MIT Unveils the World’s Longest Flexible Fiber Battery. You Can Weave and Wash It in Fabrics

Imagine a ball of yarn that could power flexible electronic devices woven into your T-shirt. That’s exactly what engineers at MIT have done, creating a rechargeable lithium-ion battery in the form of very long fiber. According to the authors of the new study, the fiber might even be used to 3D print batteries in any shape…


DuckDuckGo Working on a Standalone Web Browser for Mac & Windows

DuckDuckGo is working on a standalone desktop browser with “robust privacy protection” that will be available for the Mac and PC platforms…


Korean Air First Carrier to Use Drone Swarms for Aircraft Inspection

Advancements in drone technology over recent years have encouraged an increasing number of airlines to utilize the flying machines for aircraft safety inspections…


Wind Turbines Are Using Cameras and AI to See Birds –And Shut Down When They Approach

Wind power is a powerful tool for reducing carbon emissions that cause climate change. The turbines, however, can be a threat to birds and bats, which is why experts are looking for—and finding—ways to eliminate the danger…

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