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ESA abandons comet lander search


After months of searching, the Euopean Space Agency (ESA) has given up the hunt for the lost Philae comet lander.

Self powered "smart keyboard" identifies users through keystrokes


Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed an innovative keyboard that can accurately identify users based on their typing patterns.

NASA successfully launches SMAP satellite


On its third attempt, NASA has successfully launched its Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) satellite atop a United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket.

Be My Eyes app lets you lend your eyes to the blind


Although blind people are generally capable of going about things unaided, there are times when seeing something is a necessity.

Self-repairing, reconfigurable electronic circuits take a step closer to reality


If electronic circuits could automatically reconfigure their internal conductive pathways as required, microchips could function as many different circuits on the one device.

Zorloo crams DAC and amp into Z:ero earphones inline control unit


Though certainly convenient, listening to music through earphones plugged into a smartphone is not always a satisfying experience.

Savannah, the world's first hybrid superyacht


If F1 racers can be hybrids, then why not superyachts? That seems to be the thinking of Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects as it launched "the world’s first hybrid superyacht," Savannah, last Saturday.

Tiny injectable beeping tags used to track salmon


In order to study how young fish such as salmon are affected by swimming through hydroelectric dams, scientists have traditionally equipped them with surgically-implanted acoustic tracking tags.

Comparing the original iPhone to the iPhones 6 and 6 Plus


Normally we compare smartphones to help you make the best buying decision. But this time we're going to line up the original 2007 iPhone with Apple's latest handsets, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus – because, hey, isn't it fun to see how far we've come?

Qantas to offer first-class travelers a virtual reality experience


Australian airline Qantas has teamed up with Samsung to give travelers a virtual reality experience both on the ground and in the air.

BTrack tail light allows you to "be tracking" your stolen bike


There are all sorts of high-tech locks designed to make your bike harder to steal, but what happens if it gets taken anyway?

Lockheed Martin-designed experimental naval vessel could be yours – if you're rich


Any millionaire can buy themselves a fancy yacht, but if you want a conversation piece ... well, it helps if it has a story behind it, and the Lockheed Martin-built Sea Slice certainly does.

MakerBot 3D printer used to create tracheal cartilage


Researchers at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research have successfully created cartilage using a MakerBot 3D printer.

Sophia brings connected technology to the skipping rope


In some products, connected features seem forced. One place that they really make sense is in fitness, where the ability to track data can actually make a noticeable difference in performance.

Elastic Woodscraper II has towering ambitions


Among the challenges that growing city populations face are climate change, social alienation, limited resources and urbanization.

70 vintage pedal cars lead to record sale of automobilia collectibles


The Pratte Collection auctioned last week, is best known for containing Carroll Shelby’s 800 hp Super Snake Cobra, the 1954 Pontiac Bonneville Concept car and the GM Futurliner, but it also contained one of the largest collection of childrens' cars ever assembled.

Simple Home sprouts legs to stand its ground


Austrian Gerhard Feldbacher recently unveiled an interesting small home that aims to strike a happy balance between ease of transport and size.

Modular Bakyak is a sled, kayak, sailboat and backpack in one


Tucked away in one of the most distant corners of last week's Boot Düsseldorf show was one of the show's most interesting products: the ultra-versatile Klepper Backyak.

Review: Parrot Zik 2.0 Bluetooth headphones


We managed to get our hands on the Zik 2.0 Bluetooth headphones on launch back in November and were impressed with what we heard.

You need the rugged ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20,000mAh battery backup


In terms of battery capacity, 20,000mAh is an impressive amount of power. It’s enough to recharge a tablet 2-4 times from flat.


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