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Wearable pupillometer could detect dangerous diabetic condition earlier


Diabetic autonomic neuropathy is a condition that can occur in both type 1 and type 2 diabetics, compromising the autonomic nerves that control the gastrointestinal system, the heart and other vital organs.

TouchPico Android PC projects a touchscreen on the wall


Gizmag is no stranger to pocket-sized image projectors. We've shared the first baby steps from the likes of Microvision and TI, right through to integration in smartphones and even more recently in portable computers.

Morphing building facade changes color as you move around


Large-scale artworks are certainly in vogue at the moment. Recently we've seen giant puppets walking the streets of Liverpool and a giant solar-harvesting duck in Copenhagen.

Apple gives the MacBook Pro with Retina display lineup a speed bump


Apple today pushed out a refresh of its MacBook Pro with Retina display lineup, giving both the 13- and 15-inch models a little more horsepower under the hood.

Eindhoven University of Technology wins 2014 robot soccer World Cup


The World Cup may have finished a few weeks ago, but there was another one played in Brazil just last week.

Choosing the best camera for your 2014 vacation


What camera will you take on your next vacation? Maybe it needs to be small enough to carry as you trek to Machu Picchu, or survive underwater when you go scuba-diving in the Bahamas.

Mayor of London unveils plans for UK's first floating village


Another day, another ambitious architecture project championed by Mayor of London Boris Johnson. The mayor's office recently revealed that consortium Carillion Igloo Genesis has won a competition to design and build the UK's first floating village at the Royal Victoria Dock, East London.

Stable lithium anode may triple battery efficiency


Stanford University researchers claim to have created the first stable pure lithium anode in a working battery by using carbon nanospheres as a protective sheath to guard against degradation.

Scientists develop an astronaut-friendly technique to test lung function


A novel technique developed by the Microgravity Centre, Brazil, could allow astronauts aboard the ISS to measure the effect that prolonged exposure to microgravity can have on human lung capacity.

New Amazon store lets customers customize and print 3D products for delivery


Amazon has announced a new 3D Printed Products store. The store has launched with more than 200 print-on-demand designs.

Sense sleep tracker monitors your bedroom for signs of unrest


It is often said that the best design solutions are invisible, but let's be honest, most things are invisible to a sleeping set of eyes.

Ferrari designer unveils plans for luxury Japanese Cruise Train


Following the success of its Seven Stars Cruise Train, which launched late last year, Japanese railway company JR East has announced plans to create another luxury sleeper train.

Venus Express gets new lease on life by skimming Venusian atmosphere


Facing the alternative of a fiery death, the ESA’s Venus Express orbiter has completed a daring maneuver that extended the life of the unmanned explorer by several months.

Cancer screening with a simple "universal" blood test


Although many dread the prick of a blood test, most would find it a preferable testing method to invasive and expensive biopsies.

Bio-likeness: Getting the feel of our robotic future


Robots will form a big part of our lives in the future, but despite the imagination and foresight of the best science fiction writers and filmmakers, it's still not exactly clear how will we accept and interact with them.

2015 Cayenne S E-Hybrid plug-in headlines new Porsche SUV lineup


The 2015 Porsche Cayenne debuts with a few interesting lineup changes. The most radical change is the premiere of the Cayenne S E-Hybrid, a quick, powerful gas-electric SUV with all-electric driving capabilities.

Google offers up US$1 million prize to shrink size of power inverters


The old saying says good things come in small packages. Google and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) seem to agree having launched the Little Box Challenge, an open competition with a US$1 million first prize to find innovative electronic designs to shrink power inverters down from their current bigger-than-a-bread-box size to something less than the size of a small laptop.

NASA prepares Mars orbiters for comet close encounter


In October, Mars will encounter comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring, which will come closer to the Red Planet than any recorded comet has passed to Earth.

Review: Backtracker radar system for bikes


Earlier this month, we first heard about a radar system for cyclists, known as the Backtracker. In a nutshell, it emits radar pulses to the rear of the bike, then warns the rider when it detects vehicles approaching from behind.

Part car, part motorcycle, Polaris Slingshot is the inverted trike every kid dreams of


Take your favorite three-wheeler from childhood, flip it around, give it the power and handling of a motorcycle with the comfort and stability of a car, and the look of something out of a futuristic comic book.


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