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Bounce Imaging Explorer Helps Save Lives

A new throwable ball that sends panoramic images to let soldiers and first responders know what they are in for during a crisis situation will soon be widely utilized by the military, fire fighters and police forces around the world.

Innovative Wearable Tech: These Mobile Devices Are Made For Walking

Out of the mouths of babes may be a common saying, but out of the minds of children is a horse of another color. Read all about a brilliant Indian 12th grade student named Rajesh  Adhikari,  who has invented a pair of shoes that charge mobile devices as the wearer walks. Meet also two high school students who have followed with their own invention in the wave of Rajesh's creativity.

Google Has Finally Added Video Games To Its Knowledge Graph

It's a change that many will probably feel is long overdue - as of this month, video games are now a part of Google's Knowledge Graph. This means that all the information you need to know about a particular title - from genre to developer to release date - is just one search away.

According To The CEO Of iRobot, There's Too Much Stargazing In Robotics - And It's Holding Us Back

I like to think we've seen some pretty huge advances in the robotics world of late. Sure, maybe we don't have super-advanced robot butlers or artificial humans yet, but we're making great progress, right? Not if you askiRobot founder Colin Angle. According to him, we aren't even half as advanced as we should be - and he knows why.

CitizenFour, Dystopian Allegory Meets The Fourth Wall In Digital Age

Animal Farm, 1984 & Lord of the Flies are all allegorical dystopian novels - works of fiction that subsequently made it to the big screen. But can documentaries use the dystopian allegorical genre as well? In the case of Laura Poitras’ recently released documentary about Edward Snowden, titled, ‘CitizenFour,’ this seems to be the case.

SecureDrives Autothysis SSD Will Erase Itself On Demand

SecureDrives has here a solid-state drive for the truly paranoid. Two-factor authentication, a cellular GSM module, and complete, permanent data detonation are a few of the security features that dot the lengthy list o' specs.

Sony Unveils Share Play, A System That'll Let Two People Game Like They're In The Same Room

This week, Sony will finally release a feature teased back at E3 2013 - Share Play. It's a system that''ll let PlayStation 4 owners share their games online- you can 'hand' someone your controller, giving them control of your game; or remotely hook up a local multiplayer session. Awesome, right?

Ever Wanted Your Very Own Transformer Robot? A Group Of Japanese Businesses Is Looking To Make That Dream A Reality

At one point or another, you've probably wished you had your very own Transformer. Thanks to a group of Japanese businesses - together with the original Transformers creator - that might soon be possible. They've already developed a working prototype - all they need to do now is make it car-sized.

India’s Anti-Rape Jeans: Innovative Aid Against Sexual Violence

In a country beseiged with terrible statistics concerning the incidence of rape, which occurrs ever 22 minutes, two young Indian women have harnessed the worlds of both fashion and technology by creating a pair of special jeans installed with a button that sends signals to both family and police. Read on to learn more about these unique jeans and the women who created them.

Make Rooms For Daddy, Facebook’s Back To The Future

Yes, this just might be your Daddy’s old guilty-pleasure resurrected. For those who were the early adopters of the Internet, you probably still wax nostalgic over the days of chat rooms. Introduced as ‘Internet Relay Chat’ (IRC) back in 1988 this was the application layer of protocol that facilitated the transfer of plain text messaging back in the day!

Soak-Up Some Suncayr: Sunscreen Warning Marker Stops Sunburns

Beachgoers around the world can now soak up the sun without worrying when they should put on more sunscreen.

You see, a team of students from the University of Waterloo in Canada, have invented a simple little marker that you apply to your skin and which changes color when sunscreen has lots it protective properties.

Apparently, Kids Eat Less After They Play Angry Birds

Video games aren't generally associated with healthy eating habits. As such, you might be surprised to learn that screen time actually reduces food intake - at least, according to Nick Bellissimo, a professor of nutrition at Ryerson University.

The Newest Weapon In The Fight Against Ebola? Robots

Ebola is both incredibly deadly and extremely contagious - it can thus be dangerous to treat even with the proper precautions. That's why a team of scientists is looking to develop a new breed of robot; one designed to treat both this disease and others.

Innovative Wearable Tech Germ Block: The Germinator Transit Jacket

Do you dread your morning commute and wish you could wear a mask enroute to your daily job? If so, you might be interested to hear about the new Germinator Transit Jacket that kills  germs before they can make their infectious way onto your skin. To learn more, read on.

Breaking Bad Toys No Longer Available At Toys R Us. If Fake Meth Is On Your Kid's Christmas List, You'll Need To Shop Elsewhere

If a Breaking Bad toy set is on your child’s Christmas list and you intended to do your Christmas shopping a little early this year, don’t expect to find what you are looking for at Toys R Us. The toy dolls, with likeness to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, were pulled from the retailer’s shelves after a Florida mom petitioned to have it removed. Wait, Breaking Bad figurines aren’t on your child’s Christmas list?