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Pollution-absorbing bikini "cleans the water"while its wearer swims

We've previously heard about air-purifying clothing, so perhaps it shouldn't come as a surprise to find out that scientists have now developed the aquatic equivalent – a bikini top that filters pollutants out of the water around the wearer.

Nexus 6P vs. iPhone 6s Plus

Later this month Google will start shipping a new flagship phone that could be one of Android's best alternatives to the iPhone 6s Plus.

Toshiba's DynaPad is lighter and thinner (and lower-end) than a Surface

While Toshiba provided a glimpse at a prototype of its dynaPad hybrid last month at IFA in Berlin, it didn't have any details on the high-end system.

Apple adds more Retina Displays and Skylake (for some) to new iMacs

Apple updated its iMac lineup today, bringing a new Retina 4K Display to the smaller all-in-one and making the Retina 5K Display standard on the 27-inch model...

Meyou: Plush furniture for the pampered cat in your life

Parisian purveyor of luxury feline furniture Meyou takes the view that if you bother outfitting your house with nice furniture, the effect shouldn't be ruined by tacky cat toys.

Raincheck umbrella stand LEDs you know if it's going to rain

You'd think having weather apps on our phones would mean we'd always be prepared, but we still forget to check them.

Canon expands G-series line-up with PowerShot G5 X and G9 X

Canon has added a new pair of large-sensor-toting compact cameras to its G-series line-up. Following hot on the heels of the G3 X which was launched earlier this year, the PowerShot G5 X is an enthusiast-focused camera with a built-in high-resolution electronic viewfinder, while the G9 X sibling is a slimmer and more lightweight offering...

Fretlocks let you capo single strings

Guitarists use a capo to raise the pitch of an instrument but still play familiar chord shapes and fingerings.

The EOS M10 is Canon’s new entry-level mirrorless camera

After finally giving its EOS M3 a wider release, Canon has now introduced a new entry-level mirrorless camera, the EOS M10.

Baselift raises your kitchen to new levels

Have you ever wondered how the height of kitchen units is determined? It is, of course, by ergonomic average, which, though logical, means they can end up being the wrong height for many people.

PolyTune Clip guitar tuner review: Tuned to perfection

It’s an essential bit of kit, but it's hard to get really excited by the humble guitar tuner. Until recently, that is.

Terahertz radiation to enable portable particle accelerators

Researchers at MIT in the US and DESY (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron) in Germany have developed a technology that could shrink particle accelerators by a factor of 100 or more.

Martian architects wanted: NASA calls for design ideas using existing Mars resources

As NASA ramps up talk of a manned missions to Mars, it is turning to the public to help build the infrastructure to keep us there.

DARPA's ICARUS program to develop self-destucting air delivery vehicles

Two years ago, DARPA started developing self-destructing electronics as a way to prevent advanced military gear falling into the wrong hands.

Robotic finger mimics human digits as it is heated and cooled

Scientists at Florida Atlantic University have employed a novel thermal training technique to give robotic fingers a natural look and feel.

Rinspeed combines autonomous driving and drone tech in Ʃtos concept

Each year, Swiss automotive think tank Rinspeed reveals an all-new forward-looking concept car at the annual Geneva Motor Show.

Malaria vaccine for pregnant women reveals promising target for cancer therapy

The apparent parallels between aggressive tumor development and the way a placenta grows inside a pregnant woman have intrigued cancer researchers for years.

Murata's "Cool Design Smart Glass" concept puts household appliance control in your face

Japanese electronics manufacturer Murata, in conjunction with the city of Sabae, showed its "Cool Design Smart Glass" concept eyewear at CEATEC 2015.

Exploride offers feature-rich heads up display for any car

While heads up displays are becoming more common in new vehicles, that still leaves most of us staring down at the dashboard for our driving information.

The microoptic lenses behind BMW's Welcome Light Carpet

For the late-night reveler, the new BMW 7 Series has a feature that makes the walk through the carpark a bit less frustrating.