I Tried a $7,600 Desk That Lets You Get Horizontal at Work

I Tried a $7,600 Desk That Lets You Get Horizontal at Work

It’s prime cold and flu season, which means many of us are at home re-familiarizing ourselves with the workstation known as the sickbed. This has two adjustable positions: seated, with your back propped up and laptop supported by pillows; or horizontal with thighs raised, laptop cutting into your belly. All while you try to knock out at least an email or two before the DayQuil wears off again…


Electric Car Batteries With Five-Minute Charging Times Produced

Batteries capable of fully charging in five minutes have been produced in a factory for the first time, marking a significant step towards electric cars becoming as fast to charge as filling up petrol or diesel vehicles…


Raspberry Pi Introduces a New $4 Board, and Its Own Silicon

The Raspberry Pi is one of the smallest and cheapest mini computers you can buy. It has an HDMI port, USB ports, and runs Ubuntu or other open-source operating systems like a champ. The new Raspberry Pi Pico, on the other hand, is like the CPU of a more complex machine. By itself, it can’t do much, but with a few add-ons, you can control robots, lights, and other DIY hacks…


Elon Musk Says He Will Give $100 Million to Whoever Creates the Best Carbon-Capture Technology

Elon Musk teased his latest philanthropic endeavor on Thursday: a contest meant to encourage more-innovative carbon-capture technologies…


The DeLorean Might Be Coming Back as an Electric Car

The DMC DeLorean has been out of production for almost 40 years, but now we’ve learned that the iconic vehicle might be coming back as an electric car…


Korean Scientists Create First ‘Invisible Solar Panels’ You Can Integrate into Mobile Phones

Years after the Paris Climate agreement, countries have continued to innovate on the quest to make a smooth exit from non-renewable energy and to switch to renewable energy sources for electricity…


Synthetic Cornea Helped a Legally Blind Man Regain His Sight

A legally blind 78-year old man has regained his sight after being the inaugural patient to receive a promising new type of corneal implant, Israel Hayom has reported. Developed by a company called CorNeat, the KPro is the first implant that can be integrated directly into the eye wall to replace scarred or deformed corneas with no donor tissue. Immediately after the surgery, the patient was able to recognize family members and read numbers on an eye chart…

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