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Self-heating jacket uses machine learning to keep its owner comfy


We've seen a number of smart home thermostats over the past few years that learn just how toasty you like your living room, but these won't do much good when you venture out the front door.

Bigelow Aerospace spinoff company to oversee private space station operations


Bigelow Aerospace has spun off a new commercial space company called Bigelow Space Operations (BSO), which will act as the sales, operations, and customer service provider for the inflatable space stations that Bigelow Aerospace is developing.

Assassin's Creed: Origins now offers stab-free educational tours of Ancient Egypt


Non-gamers might be surprised how much effort goes into accurate historical recreations of game environments in the Assassin's Creed series.

Red wine compounds may help fight cavity-causing bacteria


To the delight of those who like to indulge in a cheeky glass of red after dinner, the health benefits of wine (in moderation, of course) are becoming increasingly well-documented.

Twitter will crack down on automation and simultaneous actions across multiple accounts


(Reuters) — Twitter said on Wednesday it would no longer allow people to post identical messages from multiple accounts, cracking down on a tactic that Russian agents and others have allegedly used to make tweets or topics go viral.

Large meta-study concludes antidepressants are more effective than a placebo


Debate over the efficacy of antidepressants has raged for years with a torrent of studies, often quite convincingly, arguing that the drugs are no better than a placebo, and research pointing to the contrary inevitably stained by pharmaceutical company bias.

Rolls-Royce SUV fancies up tailgating with deployable picnic seating


We're not sure Rolls-Royce's bold, plush Cullinan SUV will be a frequent visitor at many primitive campsites or football tailgates, but it will have a special feature that could prove perfect for either of those locations and many more.

Find Your Grind and ReKTGlobal team up for $450,000 in esports scholarships


Find Your Grind (FYG) has partnered with esports platform ReKTGlobal to create a scholarship program for students and others who want to pursue esports.

Hands on with the X-H1, Fujifilm's new flagship mirrorless camera


With a thicker magnesium alloy body, in-body image stabilization and expanded video capabilities, Fujifilm's new X-H1 will be worthy of consideration for those looking for a mirrorless camera.

Ferrari 488 Pista: A muscled-up, racetrack-ready supercar special


Ferrari is preparing to rock the racetrack with its most powerful V8 supercar ever. The 488 Pista, which translates as "Track," is the latest in Ferrari's special series, and makes 710 horsepower while weighing 198 lbs less than the 488 GTB and gaining some extra special handling prowess...

Ferrari 488 Pista: A muscled-up, racetrack-ready supercar special


Ferrari is preparing to rock the racetrack with its most powerful V8 supercar ever. The 488 Pista, which translates as "Track," is the latest in Ferrari's special series, and makes 710 horsepower while weighing 198 lbs less than the 488 GTB and gaining some extra special handling prowess...

Cogsworth


Cogsworth is a smart scheduling product that syncs with your calendar and allows you to schedule meetings, appointments and bookings in seconds.

Amateur astronomer captures beginning of the end as star goes supernova


Amateur astronomers have made some pretty amazing observations in the past, including asteroids striking Jupiter, a brand-new system of four Super-Earth exoplanets, and just recently, the rediscovery of a NASA satellite long thought lost.

Heartland Tech Weekly: Tech’s growing obsession with income inequality


Last week, I wrote about Venture for America founder Andrew Yang’s unlikely run for president, with the aim of convincing the general public about the need for universal basic income.

Disney loses bid to stop Redbox from selling its digital download codes


Last December Disney filed a lawsuit against Redbox in an effort to get the company to stop selling digital download codes for Disney films.

Virtual reality is poised for big business-to-business sales


GUEST: Why is the allure of virtual reality in the enterprise becoming increasingly difficult to resist for many marketers?

Study linking sugary soft drinks with cancer rekindles controversial debate


A study of more than 35,000 subjects has found that people who drink sugary soft drinks have an increased risk of developing several obesity-related cancers, even if the person is not overweight.

Study linking sugary soft drinks with cancer rekindles controversial debate


A study of more than 35,000 subjects has found that people who drink sugary soft drinks have an increased risk of developing several obesity-related cancers, even if the person is not overweight.

Curtiss Warhawk: Limited edition, 150-hp, V-twin industrial art


American arthouse motorcycle manufacturer Confederate became Curtiss earlier this year, named after the guy who built the first American v-twin, and then promptly stopped making v-twins.


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