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CanopyStair helps you traverse the treetops


Many children have such a fascination with climbing trees that they end up persuading their parents to build them a treehouse.

Scrubba Pack is both backpack and portable washing machine


Back in 2012, the Scrubba Wash Bag was launched as the world’s smallest clothes washing machine. Now, the team behind it is launching a new bag called the Scrubba Pack, which expands upon some of the functionality of the original, while also making it function as the user’s backpack.

Can Apple Music have the same impact that the iTunes Store did?


Thanks to a combination of vision, savvy deal-making and the dawn of music piracy, Apple changed the music industry with iPod and the iTunes Store.

MIT system can fix your software bugs on its own (by borrowing from other software)


A new software being developed at MIT is proving able to autonomously repair software bugs by borrowing from other programs and across different programming languages, without requiring access to the source code.

LG's hexagonal battery gives an extra charge to round smartwatches


If you want a smartwatch with week-long battery life, then you're better off with something like Pebble than a color touchscreen watch – they typically only last a day or two.

New tech, similar face for new lightweight Audi A4


It might look like all the other Audis that have been launched in the past few years, but you're staring at the brand-new, totally redesigned A4.

Nox Smart Sleep System offers suggestions to improve slumber


Earlier this year, China's Sleepace successfully crowdfunded and shipped a 2 mm thick smart strap that lays on the bed and monitors a user's sleep time, heart rate and breathing, body movement and sleep cycles.

European climate at mercy of retreating sea ice


An international team of scientists has found that retreating sea ice between the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans is linked to weakened air-sea heat exchange in the region.

Brick-laying robot can build a full-sized house in two days


As robots get smarter, cheaper and more versatile, they're taking on a growing number of challenges – and bricklaying can now be added to the list.

Luca Curci Architects envisions Vertical City for the Middle East


Italian architecture firm Luca Curci Architects recently unveiled its ambitious vision for a huge skyscraper in the Middle East.

Mind-controlled telepresence robot to get paralyzed people out and about


A telepresence robot developed at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) that can be controlled by thought may give people with severe motor disabilities a greater level of independence.

Spherical, throwable Explorer camera to land in 100 US police departments


After showing the world a prototype throwable camera in 2012, Bounce Imaging is sending 100 of its Explorer cameras to police departments across the US.

Review - Batman: Arkham Knight (PS4)


The Batman: Arkham series did for superhero games what Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy did for superhero movies.

Review - Batman: Arkham Knight (PS4)


The Batman: Arkham series did for superhero games what Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy did for superhero movies.

Near-smokeless, fan-assisted Homping Grill makes charcoal grilling easier


Grill aficionados seem to all agree that charcoal grills provide superior flavor over gas grills. The problem, particularly when it comes to portable grills, is that the charcoal grill is messier and more time-consuming.

Roll Play is a multi-camera quiz show – shot from a bike


It's now pretty common for people to use an actioncam to record their bicycle trips. Some people even wear one, with another mounted somewhere on their bike.

Roll Play is a multi-camera quiz show – shot from a bike


It's now pretty common for people to use an actioncam to record their bicycle trips. Some people even wear one, with another mounted somewhere on their bike.

Microsoft's HoloLens Sidekick experiment lost in CRS-7 explosion


When the unmanned CRS-7 flight blew up in midair yesterday en route to the International Space Station (ISS), it destroyed a lot more than a shipment of freeze dried shrimp cocktail.

Microsoft's HoloLens Sidekick experiment lost in CRS-7 explosion


When the unmanned CRS-7 flight blew up in midair yesterday en route to the International Space Station (ISS), it destroyed a lot more than a shipment of freeze dried shrimp cocktail.

Student-designed pill dispenser uses fingerprint scanner to avoid overdosing


And you thought that regular pill bottles were hard to open ... a new overdose-proof medication dispenser developed by a team of mechanical engineering students at Johns Hopkins University can't be opened even with the help of a hammer or drill.


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