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Motorola’s New Patent Will Self-Heal A Cracked Smartphone Screen

The smartphone industry embraces technology and innovation to fix “common problems”. Motorola’s new display patent has the power to auto heal a cracked screen. The said screen, as per the “United States Patent and Trademark Office”, is made out of a “shape memory polymer”. While, the description of...

Auto Parts Out Of Wood Is What Japan Is Looking At Making

Some auto suppliers in Japan are being led to turn to what seems like an unlikely substitute for steel – wood, by the global push among carmakers to make ever lighter vehicles.   A material made from wood pulp weighs just one fifth of steel and can be five times stronger, say Japanese...

Security Firm Claims Hotel Guests Across Europe Were Targeted By Russia-Linked Hackers

Researchers at security firm FireEye said that probably behind a campaign targeting hotel guests in eight mostly European countries last month, was a cyber-spying group with suspected links to Russian military intelligence.   FireEye said in a report that in order then to infect their...

World’s First Genetically-Modified Animal To Enter Food Supply Is Salmon

For the first time, about 5 tons of genetically-modified (GM) salmon fillets was sold to unnamed customers in Canada, said AquaBounty Technologies in Maynard, Massachusetts.   By reaching adult size in some 18 months as compared to 30 months, these genetically modified fish can reportedly...

In The Future, UBS Analyst Says, Multiple Planes Could Be Operated From The Ground By Today’s Pilots

Airline pilots are no exception to the trend of jobs being threatened, or at least dramatically altered, by automation. And this has become a hot topic for economists and business.   "We'll go from two pilots down to one with a ground control handler" who could be monitoring up to 10-20...

Will Germany save diesel?

The German government is trying hard to save the diesel technology. In recent years, the country’s environmentalists and city municipalities, along with a number of countries in Europe and America, launched a comprehensive campaign against diesel engines. They accuse the diesel of environmental...

How China became a pioneer of the solar industry

Today, China is the world's largest investor in the field of green energy. By 2020, the government promises to spend over $ 360 billion on these projects, creating over 13 million jobs. At the same time, China does not concentrate only on solar energy: it also supports scientists conducting...

CNBC: Intel leaves the wearable gadgets market

Intel company has dismissed a department engaged development of in fitness trackers and other worn electronics. Back in November last year, the chip maker laid off 80% of the team that developed the Basis smart watch, and has completely liquidated the department two weeks ago. Intel Corp. has...

Oculus Rift falls in price…again

Oculus announced the next reduction in prices. As part of Summer of Rift campaign, you can buy a set of virtual reality helmet and two touch controllers for $ 399. In March 2017, the lowered the prices from $ 798 to $ 598, and now a further $ 200 discount has come. Thus, the virtual reality device...

Ukraine Police Official Says Likely Cover For Malware Installation Was Global Cyber Attack: Reuters

It is highly likely that Ukraine’s computer infrastructure was the primary target of a crippling computer virus that spread from Ukraine across the world this week, reported Reuters citing a top Ukrainian police official.   The computer worm has been dubbed NotPetya by some experts, which...
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