This is no government funded university project… 16-year-old high school student Arsh Shah Dilbagi from India has developed a device that converts breath to speech.
Many drivers do not have the habit of frequently checking the car tire pressure, even though it’s a necessary caution.
G-pod, the Australian and Hong Kong based company, have shown off their shipping container to home conversion that stands out from others as it comes with a unique design which allows it to expand, allowing floor space to be opened up.
A company by the name of Virtue Cycle Solutions from San Diego have created an electric pedal car/cargo trike called the Pedalist and they aim to bring it into production soon.
We don’t even know where to begin in describing this? It’s almost like a skateboard meets a tank or an off-road Segway meets a jet-ski.
An English company has created an alternative to the crisis London is facing due to the high demand for houses.
Anyone who needs to take a journey over rugged rough back roads would be happy enough with a pickup truck.
SpaceX are readied up to take the first 3D printer into space. The printer has been designed and built by Made in Space, a company a group of 3-D design software engineers, astronauts and tech entrepreneurs working in the research park at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Northern California.
Miami will soon welcome a new attraction as members of the public along with councillors have approved a new observation tower that will stand 304 meters tall.
Since the tsunami that hit the east coast of Japan in 2011, killing 21,000 people, the Japanese population and government are even more concerned about natural disasters.
While we have heard about underwater rooms in some of the big hotels around the world, a company called US Submarines Structures have taken things even further by offering underwater homes, called H2ome.
U.S. based company, Darkside Scientific, have developed a new interesting way to paint with light. Their patended and trademarked LumiLor is a technology that lets you add a glow in the dark effect to complex surfaces that lights up when a current is applied.
In many places around the world, land for building homes is scarce. In Australia, Modscape has come up with a new and different concept for home construction.
A project on the crowd funding website Kickstarter is melting many hearts on the internet. Called “The Stupendous Splendiferous ButterUp”, it consists of an innovative knife that facilitates easy removal of the butter to spread on bread.
There are numerous bridges around Europe that are given the nickname of the Devil’s Bridge. This is often due to the fact that they were built under challenging conditions or they are treacherous to cross.
More details are surfacing on the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge lately with critics from the likes of Tech Radar and CNET getting the chance for a hands-on review.
Projects for the creation of mega-airports are growing, each one trying to be more sustainable than the other.
If you have ever fancied building a website or perhaps making your own app but you don’t know where to start, there is good news.
There are some beautiful buildings around the world, designed and built by some of the best architects in the world, with many of the buildings being home to universities.
‘Boris’ the robot was shown off at the British Science Festival today as an one of the first robots to be able to work out how to pick up unfamiliar objects in a human like fashion.