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New GPS Technology Provides Delivery Drones Pinpoint Accuracy

Despite what appears to be a number of potential stumbling blocks, Amazon and other companies seem determined to take advantage of drone technology for rapid parcel delivery. Researchers in Austin, Texas have just done them a big favour by developing a low-cost global positioning system (GPS) that can reduce localization errors over 100 fold – from the size of a Volkswagen to the size of a nickel.

Apple Pay & Apple Watch, Digital Symbiotics At Work

Remember that old Chicago musical refrain: “Does anyone really know what time it is . . . does anyone really care?” Probably more so, now that Apple Watch and Apple Pay are here and are about to change how we make merchant transactions. How much easier could life be now that your Apple Watch can also pay for your purchases.

Independence Day Clothing Gives Autistic And Sensory-Sensitive Children Freedom To Dress Themselves—Easily

Lauren Thierry, mother of autistic son, Liam, needed to help her 13 year old son after he came out of the men’s bathroom at a ball field with his pants open. He couldn’t zip or button his jeans without help, and Liam’s mom listened to rude comments as she helped her son. She then took the experience and an idea to designer Dalila Anderson in order to help all kids with special needs.

Finland's Wildflowers Inspire Ethereal Jewelry Collection

A delicate and ethereal line of jewelry from Finland was inspired by a purple wild flower that grows along the roadsides in this Nordic nation bordered by Sweden on the west, Norway to the north, Russia to the east and Estonia to the south. Read on to learn more about designer, Chao-Hsein Kuo, and her unique artistic vision.

AeroMobil Unveils the Flying Roadster

AeroMobil just unveiled a prototype of their Flying Roadster, which will hit the market in 2017. It’s a slick looking set of wheels with wings. Can the average person afford one? And will with all the flight regulations, vehicle safety regulations and certifications and licensing, will a set of wheels like this actually take flight?

Think Your Camcorder Is Fast? This New Camera Records A Trillion Frames Per Second!

As a graduate student, Keiichi Nakagawa wanted to observe the effects of acoustic shock waves on living cells. Unfortunately, even the highest speed cameras available at the time were too slow to capture such events. Now, Nakagawa and other Japanese researchers have developed the right tool for the job: a video camera that can record one trillion frames per second.

Laser Shaver Zaps Hair Down To The Roots

Hair beware, the 'No! No! For Men' hand-held infrared laser shaver will take you back to the future while zapping your roots into the past.

Invention of the Week? Flic is the New Wireless Smart Button

A Swedish inventor has developed a new wireless smart button. Yes, now you can access all your favorite actions with the click of a ‘Flic.’ The invention is getting loads of support on INDIEGOGO, the popular crowdfunding website. Question is, why is it so popular and how will it take home automation and communications to a whole new level?

AeroMobil Unveils the Flying Roadster

AeroMobil just unveiled a prototype of their Flying Roadster, which will hit the market in 2017. It’s a slick looking set of wheels with wings. Can the average person afford one? And will with all the flight regulations, vehicle safety regulations and certifications and licensing, will a set of wheels like this actually take flight?

Amazing Wearable Tech: Bracelet Turns Skin Into Touch Screen

With the new Cicret bracelet, your arm can actually double as a smartphone! Via your own skin you can catch up on emails and play your favorite games among other things. Read on for more on this amazing innovation.

California Researchers Develop Night Vision Eye Drops

A team of scientists in California don’t want to leave anyone in the dark. Researchers at the Science for the Masses (SftM) in Tehacapi have developed eye drops that will give people three times better vision after sundown. Question is, are these night vision eye drops safe and will it ever receive medical approval?

Mademoiselle Alma LEGO Love Design Jewelry Makes Mother's Day Gifts Easy

Looking for the perfect Mother's Day gift? An up-and-coming designer known as Mademoiselle Alma has created fun and funky wearable art called LEGO Love Designs that's perfect for gift giving and personal accessories. These original handcrafted designs show off your geek chic style using LEGO bricks and Swarovski crystals that are sweet, fun and funky for women and kids of all ages.

Juicing For Tsū Dollars At BambuCycles

If you’re one of the 3.5 million users who have flocked to the Tsu social network over the course of the last six months, you’re aware of its unique monetization model, where users benefit from its advertising revenue [90% split amongst all members based on the popularity of their content]. And you’re probably also aware that their peer-to-peer payment feature allows users to transfer . . .

The Joinery of South Africa: Fashion Activism Takes Hold

The Joinery fashion brand stands for sustainable fashion and the belief that everyone can do something to make this a better, greener world. Read on for more on this revoltuionary new program.

Hong Kong Unveils the Faces of Litter

Beware litterbugs in Hong Kong.The “Faces of Litter” campaign is now running portraits of DNA-profiled litterbugs on outdoor ads at bus stops, subway and train stations, and on highway billboards.Littering has long been an epidemic in Hong Kong. But will science can help prevent this behavior?

Underground Trashcans Keep Waste & Litter Out Of Sight & Smell

Why throw trash ON the ground when you can throw it IN the ground? That's the idea behind 20 giant underground trash bins put in place by the Chinese city of Taiyuan.

Invention of the Week? Medi-Pod Could Help Save Lives in War Zones

Transporting blood and organs is normally done with the aid of ambulances, motorbikes, or even helicopters. But could it all be done more quickly and efficiently while delivering them over battlefields or into areas where natural disasters occurred? Enter James King. The inventor from Ireland has developed Medi-Pod. Question is, will his invention be widely used among military and disaster relief organizations from around the world?

Take Control of the Weather with WEZR

We all like to know what the weather will be like before planning our day. While there are lots of weather apps out there, a new one called WEZR has just launched and its inventors claim it’s the industry’s most precise weather tracker. So, what will the forecast be for this new invention that is expected to hit the market later this year? 

Chinese Bullet Train Smashes World Rail Speed Record

China Railway's CRH380A high-speed train has broken the world speed record for commercial rail travel. Will this news make operators of Japan's famous Shinkansen (Bullet Train) blink? If they do, they just might miss it.

Lumo Play Turns Any Room Into An Interactive Playspace

Imagine an iPad or Android tablet big enough and strong enough to walk, jump, and dance on. And imagine access to over 100 interactive games geared to get children moving, laughing, and learning. Now imagine being able to have that in your living room with one small projector. Stop imagining and get ready for Lumo.

New Blood-Testing Service: Only One Drop For 30 Lab Tests

Read on to learn more about Theranos, an innovative business model that offers a radical blood-testing service requiring just a pin-prick and a drop of blood to run hundreds of tests, which range from standard cholesterol checks to sophisiticated genetic analyses!

You’ve Got to ‘See’ this New Invention: Artificial Lens Restores Vision

Sure, getting older means inheriting vision problems. Reading, watching TV, using the computer, and driving can all be a major challenge for many people. In fact there are millions of people around the world who suffer from sight loss and poor vision as they age. A new artificial lens that restores vision just hit the market, and yes all ‘eyes’ are on it to see if it really works.

New Self-Powered Cameras Will Mean Never Having A Dead Battery

Have you ever found yourself faced with a spontaneous moment of beauty only to pull out your camera and find the battery dead? Or maybe you've embarked on a long-distance back-packing trip which is endlessly scenic, but provides limited access to power outlets for recharging. Scientists have now got you covered as they unveil a new means of producing self-powered cameras.

Ethical Rainwear For Singing, Dancing and Caring In the Rain

Ghosts of Gene Kelly singing and dancing in the rain no doubt  flutter in Copenhagen, Denmark, where fashion designer, Emma Jorn, has created a line of feminine and bike-friendly rainwear from recycled polyester perfect for life in rainy cities. Read on for more  on this sustainable and fashionable innovation.

Contraceptive Cell Phone Charms Make Safety Your First Call

A cheeky new cell phone charm from China is making 'bad' boys & girls look more edgy and, surprisingly, just may be helping them to “play safe” - if you know what I mean.