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Tesla Puts Its Bioweapon Defense Mode To The Test

05/02/2016, Last year Tesla announced that the Model X would come with a unique feature called Bioweapon Defense Mode. Basically in the event that a bioweapon is deployed, your vehicle has the ability to keep you safe as the car’s filters will be able to filter out...

Samsung Creates App To Help Premature Babies Develop Healthier

05/01/2016, The thing about premature babies is that they are premature, meaning that they don’t get to spend as much time in the womb developing as they should. This means that when they are born, there is risks and dangers with regards to their development, and...

Doctors In The UK Encourage Smokers To Use E-Cigarettes

04/28/2016, There is a lot of debate over whether or not e-cigarettes are safe to be used. There have been studies and reports written up that argue both sides, but it seems that over in the UK, doctors are actually siding with the e-cigarette industry in that...

Nokia Announces Plans To Acquire Withings

04/26/2016, Is Nokia finally about to get back into the consumer business? Ever since the company sold off their mobile division to Microsoft, things have been a bit quiet save for the odd launch every now and then, but it sounds like things could be heating up soon...

F-16 Used To Save The Life Of A Dying Patient

04/22/2016, What happens when your patient is dying but you don’t have the equipment that you need to save them? In cases where it’s not an emergency, sometimes doctors might transfer patients to another hospital who might have the equipment, or maybe they can...

Heavy Smartphone Usage Could Cause Children To Go Cross-Eyed

04/22/2016, There are various superstitious beliefs around the world, like how you shouldn’t walk under a ladder, or how you should not wear black during Chinese New Year, or how if you point at the moon, your ear will get cut, and etc. But have you heard about how...

This Billboard In Brazil Can Attract And Kill Mosquitos

04/21/2016, The Zika virus is a problem and over in Brazil, it seems that agencies Posterscope and NBS have come up with a creative solution: a billboard that will be able to attract and kill mosquitos that could potentially carry the disease. So how does this work?...

IMAX Will Soon Start Hosting Indoor Cycling Sessions

04/19/2016, Have you ever attended a cycling class at your gym? Some of you guys might know it as a spin class or RPM class, but basically it involves a stationary bike and an instructor who will tell you how fast to go and when to increase/decrease the resistance....

Amazon Echo Will Answer Questions On Your Kid’s Health

04/17/2016, Amazon’s Echo speakers which might have looked like a pair of ordinary speakers has gained some pretty useful functionality since its launch, thanks to its built-in voice assistant Alexa which will be able to answer questions users pose to it, and to a...

Smart ‘Scalpel’ Could Make Brain Tumor Surgery Safer

04/17/2016, The brain is a delicate organ which means that during brain surgery, one wrong move could end in disastrous results. However a scientist by the name of David Oliva Uribe has recently developed what he is calling a smart ‘scalpel’ that could make...

Sprimo Is An Air Purifier That Can Tell You What’s In The Air

04/13/2016, The goal of air purifiers is as the name implies, to purify the air around you. If you live in a particularly busy city that’s full of cars and pollutants, then an air purifier might come in handy, or if you’re particularly sensitive and allergic to...

Higher Mouse Sensitivity Could Lead To RSI

04/12/2016, A lot of gaming accessory companies have been advertising gaming mice with extremely high sensitivities. In fact if anything, the sensitivities in these mice seem to be increasing with every new version that is released, but apparently if you are...

US Military Developing Vaccine That Can Adapt To New Viruses

04/11/2016, There are vaccines for all kinds of diseases. For example when traveling to certain parts of the world, it is a requirement for you to get vaccinated against certain types of diseases. However these vaccines are usually disease-specific, meaning that if...