What if Iron Could Power the World?
Oxidizing and reducing powdered iron has the potential to provide clean power on an industrial scale… We’re not short of ways to generate power. But,
Why You Should Automate Your Home
A smart home may be a foreign concept to many today, but in a few years, it could be just as common as smart phones.
Startups aim to cut the cost of farming with weed whacking bots
In large farms, weeding can be costly and hazardous. Robots can do it at a fraction of the cost without harming the environment.
The Rise and Rise of No-Code Code!
The apps and tools that let you create software without having to code… Some of us code as a profession. Others code as a hobby.
Tesla’s Onboard Computer Dazzles Competition
Engineers working for rival autromakers were astonished by the advanced computer technology aboard the Tesla Model 3. Where are we in the pursuit of fully autonomous vehicles?
Juice Jacking! Why you should never use public USB ports…
We’ve all done it. We’re stuck in the middle of nowhere – otherwise known as an airport terminal – and our phone is about to
Researchers Claim New Battery Technology Will Double EV Range
There have been a flurry of press releases over recent months claiming significant increases in battery performance. Now a team of researchers from the Korea
Emotionally-intelligent AI may be key to future space exploration
The US space agency, NASA, is working with the Australian company, Akin, to develop artificial intelligence (AI) that could provide emotional support for astronauts in
Scientists Develop Tech that Turns CO2 into Construction Concrete
Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), have developed a new technology that transforms “waste CO2” into blocks of concrete. The potential global market for waste-CO2 products could run as high as $5.9 trillion a year. Are we seeing the birth of a new industry?
Is Uber about to meet it’s match?
Driverless ride sharing is about to go commercial with disruptor, Cruise Automation, unveiling the Origin, a fully autonomous SUV designed for app-controlled urban transportation Uber
Rolls Royce Aiming to Power UK Grid with Small Nuclear Reactors
The luxury car manufacturer is proposing small nuclear reactors as the most effective way of powering grids all over the U.K. Are people listening?
Your car is here – and it’s talking to the curb, says Panasonic
Panasonic recently unveiled new technology that just might save your life and improve mobility on the road. Is your car connected?
Game Changer: Panasonic Unveils World’s First HDR-Enabled Virtual Reality Glasses
So far, wearable VR tech hasn’t caught on. But Panasonic’s compact and lightweight new VR glasses may convince more people of the technology’s commercial potentials.
Tesla is now the most valuable automaker in US history. What does that mean for us?
Why so much faith in the performance of a 16-year old company headed by a man famous for taking gargantuan risks? (Photo: Mariordo59/Flickr)
Three Exciting New Technologies Promise Better, Cheaper Batteries
Cheaper and better energy storage is possible, and researchers are vigorously exploring possibilities. But are they running out of time?