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Lumière LED lamp shines as a beacon of adaptable lighting


Like the MStick, Retina Light's new Lumiére is designed for multiple use scenarios. The battery-powered lamp has touch control, three light temperatures, 18 levels of brightness and can be bent and shaped to suit different placement needs...

The wistful sigh is really a survival mechanism


A sigh may do more for your health than provide emotional relief. Researchers in California claim to have identified the source of the sigh in the brain, which they say is a life-sustaining reflex for healthy lung functioning.

Tesla confirms March unveiling for $35,000 Model 3


Tesla's long-term strategy to bring electric vehicles to the masses appears on track, with the company today confirming that its long-anticipated, more affordable Model 3 sedan will be revealed on March 31...

Fabulous Beasts: Jenga with a storyline, a soundtrack and inter-species breeding


Britain's Sensible Objects is launching an interesting online/offline take on the social tabletop game.

Fabulous Beasts: Jenga with a storyline, a soundtrack, and a whole lot of inter-species breeding


Britain's Sensible Objects is launching an interesting online/offline take on the social tabletop game.

Amphibious Sherp ATV's big wheels keep on turning, no matter the terrain


When we initially saw the Sherp ATV rolling its way around the Internet, our first thought was that it must be the work of a designer, not a real vehicle.

Stretchable polymer reverts back to original shape when triggered by body heat


Shape memory materials that can revert back into a desired form after being bent, twisted and stretched are finding their way into a number of applications, ranging from sports bras to more efficient refrigerators.

Laser pulses keep superconductors working at higher temperatures


An international team of scientists led by the Max Planck Institute in Hamburg, Germany, has found a new mechanism allowing superconducting materials to maintain their properties at much higher temperatures than was previously possible.

Review: Ultimaker 2 Extended 3D printer


In a crowded field, the Ultimaker 2 Extended is one of the highest resolution desktop 3D printers available.

Spinning up artificial capillaries with a cotton candy machine


From growing a full thymus gland inside a mouse, to creating a slice of artificial liver tissue, to using ink jet printing technology to create a human ear, researchers are steadily moving us toward the day when ordering up a new organ could be as commonplace as ordering an MRI is today.

Drones could follow trails to find lost hikers


It's becoming increasingly likely that in the not-too-distant future, a drone may be what finds you if you're trapped in rubble at a disaster site.

Review: Indian Scout 60 is a worthy mid-weight cruiser


Two things hit you when you ride the new Indian Scout 60 – how quick this mid-weight cruiser is and how really, really uncomfortable the stock seat feels.

Review: Indian Scout 60 is a worthy mid-weight cruiser


Two things hit you when you ride the new Indian Scout 60 – how quick this mid-weight cruiser is and how really, really uncomfortable the stock seat feels.

Unknown galaxies discovered lurking behind the Milky Way


In recent radio telescope studies, many hundreds of previously undiscovered galaxies have been found to exist in an area in which an enormous magnetic abnormality known as the "Great Attractor" is located.

SteriPen's UVR tech amplifies UV rays to speed up water purification


There are many ways to filter and purify water out in the wild, the MSR Guardian and Oasis being a couple of the most recent we've looked at.

Dangerous bacteria molecules discovered in processed foods


Everyone knows that processed foods aren't exactly good for the human body, but a new study by researchers at the University of Leicester has shed more light on exactly why that's the case.

Opel debuts connected X-version of Mokka SUV


Opel will use the upcoming Geneva International Motor Show in March to debut its latest iteration of the popular Mokka SUV.

Machine-learning robot could streamline drug development


Testing out newly developed drugs is an extremely time-consuming process, and it can be difficult to get right.

Study sheds light on the feeding habits of young stars


According to new research, young stars may gain mass by consuming dense clumps of matter that may themselves have gone on to evolve into giant planets.

World's tallest free-standing clock tower planned for India


Multinational company Infosys recently revealed its plan to install the world's tallest free-standing clock tower at its training campus in Mysuru, Karnataka, India.


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