Future Apple Watch Band May Include Hydration Sensor, After Years of Research

Future Apple Watch Band May Include Hydration Sensor, After Years of Research

Apple has been researching ways to have an Apple Watch band automatically track the wearer’s hydration, with all the health monitoring benefits that would bring…


The Fan-Equipped Zephyr Pro Gaming Mouse Is Much Cooler Than the Original

About a year ago, I wrote about a gaming mouse called the Zephyr that came with a unique feature: a built-in fan designed to cool your palm as you play games. It didn’t blow me away; the fan was loud, vibrated a lot, and didn’t really feel all that cool…


Honda’s Cutesy U Be Electric Scooter Only Costs $475

Scooters never quite caught on in the US like they did in many other parts of the world, but perhaps Honda’s latest offering this month could change that. Well, if the company planned to introduce this electric scooter here. This is the Wuyang-Honda U Be. It costs about $475, can go up to 50 miles on a charge and provides a fully seated position for riders to stay comfy in…


Boston Dynamics’ Robots Can Parkour Better Than You

Don’t expect an easy getaway if one of Boston Dynamics’ Atlas robots ever chases you down. The Hyundai-owned firm has shared a video (below) of the humanoid bots successfully completing a parkour routine in an obstacle course for the first time. The pair of Atlas machines leapt gaps, vaulted beams and even coordinated a backflip, all without missing a beat — they might be more graceful than you are…


Famous Einstein Equation Used to Create Matter From Light for First Time

In a stunning demonstration of one of Einstein’s most famous equations, physicists are claiming to have created matter from pure light for the very first time…


Meet Grace, the Ultra-Lifelike Nurse Robot

(CNN)In 2016, Hanson Robotics took the world by storm with Sophia, who was famously given Saudi Arabian citizenship. Now, the Hong Kong-based robotics firm has unveiled its latest invention: Grace, a humanoid robot it hopes will revolutionize healthcare…


Aurora Propulsion Technologies Will Be Sending Up Space Junk Removal Tech on Rocket Lab’s Electron Later This Year

Aurora Propulsion Technologies, a Finnish company that develops thrusters and de-orbiting modules for small satellites, will be sending its technology to space for the first time. The company has signed on with Rocket Lab to send its inaugural AuroraSat-1 CubeSat into low Earth orbit aboard an Electron rocket rideshare mission in the fourth quarter of this year…

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