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The Secret Lives Of Microbes

August 8, 2019

Many scientists believe that the scientific approach to understanding and manipulating (in its neutral meaning: acting upon, utilizing) the non-living and living world is the only one possible. No doubt it is a necessary one and it provides a solid basis for policy decisions.

Fake whiskey trade can assist artificial tongue

August 8, 2019

In Scotland, researchers have created an artificial "language" that is capable of tasting subtle distinctions among whiskey traits: an instrument that can assist reduce the trade of counterfeit alcohol.

DJI seems to make its first drone for FPV racing

August 4, 2019

According to FCC filings found by DroneDJ, DJI appears to be preparing to release a first-person view (FPV) drone. The public agency lately recorded three products— "DJI FPV Air Unit," "DJI FPV Remote Controller," and "DJI FPV Goggles."In the past, DJI has been dabbling with FPV drones. In 2017, the firm published a PlayStation VR-sized headset named DJI Goggles working with a couple of distinct DJI drones.

Samsung Galaxy Fold’s prepared for screen fix launch

July 31, 2019

Samsung's first foldable smartphone will go on sale in September after its original release has been postponed by device issues. The Galaxy Fold's April launch was delayed after broken screens reported by early reviewers.

When you blink twice, scientists create contact lenses that zoom in

July 29, 2019

It's totally the science fiction stuff: a lens of touch zooming in on your command. But scientists have gone ahead at the San Diego University of California and made it a reality. They have created a contact lens that can zoom in if you blink twice, controlled by eye movements.

A superhero helicopter, a Alexa motorcycle, and a kettlebell linked

July 26, 2019

At the Consumer Electronics Show it is simple to feel overloaded. There are more than 15,000 items and hundreds of thousands of people on the show floor— all of whom try hard to whack your giant backpack.

Artificial skin can feel more rapidly than human nerves 1000 times.

July 24, 2019

An artificial skin sensing temperature and pressure can transmit signals 1000 times quicker than humans. One day, the skin can be used to cover prothesized bodies so that individuals can better use it or use it in robots.

The mind-controlled gadgets plans for Elon Musk: what we understand until now

July 24, 2019

Elon Musk has lastly broken his silence by brain-computer business Neuralink. It has held its plans confidential since the company's establishment in 2016, but in a Tuesday night lecture, it demonstrated its views and clarified what the company has accomplished so far.

The Orbi Voice is Netgear’s mesh network solution as a basis for smart home appliances

July 18, 2019

It combines a router with satellites that have Wi-Fi to areas of an indoor home with a lack of signal, as is the case with a typical mesh network. But unlike other mesh networks, the satellites double as intelligent Alexa speakers, which can compete with Echo equipment by Amazon.

BMW has announced that it will create electricity versions of the Mini Car

July 10, 2019

Following last week's announcement by Jaguar that it was prepared to build an own electric car plant in Bromwich Castle, this announcement is also excellent news for the Brexit-stretched British car industry.

The first winner in the E&T technology innovation award will assist individuals

July 3, 2019

It does not come true in the real globe as a novelty or as assistance that will alter the life of many individuals who, because of their physical disability, caused by illnesses or injury, have difficulty communicating and who are unable to communicate with technology. In the worst cases, it is very difficult to understand whether an individual with a serious brain injury is aware of the environment as they may not be able to move or even interact.

Robots to substitute up to 20 million workplaces by 2030

July 2, 2019

According to analyst company Oxford Economics, up to 20 million manufacturing jobs around the globe could be substituted by robots by 2030. People displaced from that employment are likely to discover that automation has also squeezed similar positions in the services industry, the company said.

NASA Astronaut Anne McClain, Crewmates Return from International Space Station

June 25, 2019

NASA astronaut Anne McClain and two of her 59 crewmates returned Monday from the International Space Station to Earth,

Blockchain Technology

May 16, 2019

In 2019, for the delight of organizations, Blockchain is going to bring the first enterprise applications in active use. The most innovative corporations will start using Blockchain as a way to improve collaboration.

The 18-Rotor Volocopter

May 9, 2019

The hot new trend in aeronautics these days is VTOL (pronounced vee-to), which stands for “vertical take-off and landing.” These aircraft are known colloquially as “flying cars,” but we should probably think of them more as drones crossed with helicopters.

LG Signature Oled TV R9

April 29, 2019

The Hidden Zero views. The display disappears without a trace, only leaving behind a true piece of art.

Real Light Are Mixed Reality Glasses In Disguise

April 4, 2019

While the likes of Microsoft Hololens and Magic Leap One got their moment of fame, both their size and image quality left a lot to be desired, so there wasn't much excitement in the mixed reality market after them. But at CES, a Chinese startup dubbed real brought out something rather interesting:

Intel Plans 5G-Compatible Laptops By End Of 2019

March 7, 2019

5G is in the spotlight at Mobile World Congress, currently underway in Barcelona, with various demonstrations showing off the technology's future possibilities for homes and vehicles.

Samsung CRG9: A 49-Inch Curved 5K 120 Hz FreeSync 2 Monitor

February 28, 2019

The new Samsung CRG9 ultra-wide display is based on the company’s new curved VA panel featuring a so-called 'dual QHD' resolution (5120×1440),

Quantum Computing (Super Computing)

February 14, 2019

Quantum Computing, still an emerging technology, is one of the most fascinating things researchers, organizations, and governments have been working on in this century so far.

Space Technology To Forecast Droughts In Advance

February 8, 2019

Scientists from the Australian National University (ANU) utilize new space technology to forecast drought and enlarge bushfire risk up to five months in advance.

Microsoft Holding a HoloLens 2 Press Event Next Month

February 7, 2019

Microsoft is holding a press event at Mobile World Congress next month, and it looks like we’ll get some details on HoloLens 2.

Debug introduces total integrated security solutions

January 31, 2019

Debug, one of the first companies in Sri Lanka to introduce Dahua Products and Solutions, a world the leader in Security Tech to the local market provides safe, intelligent, efficient and convenient security

IdeaMart Launches ‘ISayYouDo’, faciliating the lifestyle of next generation

January 24, 2019

IdeaMart announced the launch of its latest innovative product, ISayYouDo

SL makes strong progress in IoT

December 19, 2018

Sri Lanka has made major progress in its IoT (Internet of Things) ventures according to According to the report,

Mars Lander Arrives On The Red Planet

November 28, 2018

NASA’s Insight Mars Lander arrives on the Red Planet, ends the successful journey.

Huawei Mate 20 7nm Processor

November 14, 2018

HUAWEI introduced the world’s first 7 Nanometer process; Kirin 980 to Sri Lanka at an exclusive preview held recently at the Huawei Head Office in World Trade Center, Colombo.

Speaker Comes With Another Generation

October 5, 2018

AMAZON ECHO, a smart speaker designed by Amazon, offers the world's most popular smartphone concept, no stranger to the world.

AGS wireless laser projection virtual keyboard

September 6, 2018

If you want to get your work done with your iPhone, Android phone, iPad or Android tablet, you need a keyboard.


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