People didn't have much choice in the past when it came to how they looked as DNA has a firm grip over genetic make-up in a person from their hair color to body build down to their..
The Japanese Government Will Hack Its Citizens
In preparation for the 2020 Summer Olympics, Japan government is set to test more than 200 million devices for security purposes. Despite the integrated science and technology,..
How Did They Build The World’s Longest 3D-Printed Bridge?
The Zhaozhou Bridge stands in Zhao County. It was built from A.D. 595 to A.D. 605, and is now the oldest bridge in China. But it only took 18 days to build a new bridge referenced..
Zuckerberg Says Facebook Will Shift Focus on Private Communication Development
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook Inc., announced that there is going to be a major change in the biggest social media network’s future in terms of building up new products. Where..
What You Should Know About Beyond Meat
It sizzles, browns, and even drips sappy juices onto your fingers. What's more, it tastes like a tasty beef patty — but without any of the beef. This is the Beyond Burger, and..
Napster Gets a Major Revamp By a Leading VR Company
Napster is no stranger to controversy. The piracy turned streaming site was recently acquired by the VR experience company MelodyVR for $70 million. The company will take over..
Ultrasound Machines With Old Software Can Be Easily Hacked
Ultrasound machines that are running on outdated software, like Windows 2000 or later, allow an easy entry for hackers. These perpetrators can steal all the sensitive patient information..
Flying Taxis? We’re Here for It!
The newest passenger air vehicle or PAV is upon us. Boeing has recently tested a rather strange-looking aircraft that you may have caught hovering above the Manassas Regional Airport..
Mark Zuckerberg to Unify Facebook’s Biggest Apps
Facebook is set to reach greater heights as Messenger can soon send messages to Instagram and Whatsapp In an attempt to connect people across the globe better, Mark Zuckerberg,..
U.S. Air Force Has Integrated 3D Printing In Order To Install A New Titanium Piece For The F-22 Raptor Stealth Fighter
A new metallic piece with laser beams replaced an aluminum part of an F-22 Raptor. It’s no surprise that the U.S. Air Force is integrating 3D printing on their fleet. The F-22..
Humanism: Don’t Lose Your Job To A Robot
What we may have only experienced in movies about robots taking over our jobs is now at the verge of becoming a reality all over the world. A study conducted by McKinsey on ten..
Las Vegas Tourist Officials Push For Elon Musk Tunnel Transit System
LAS VEGAS — The city's tourism agency expressed their interest in reviving a contract to develop and operate an underground tunnel system with Elon Musk. The tunnels would transport..
Top Luxury Cars Your Favorite Stars Love to Drive
It's should be no surprise that when you're Tom Cruise or Leonardo DiCaprio, you can pull whatever you want out of your driveway. With the millions...or even billions of dollars..
Here’s a Fun Look at Clumsy Home Technology During The ’80s
Smart home technology is great but it's not entirely there. We still have some way to go until it reaches total efficiency, but one thing is certain, it's nowhere near to how it..
This Tiny Robot-Beetle Runs on Alcohol
A microbot inspired by a tiny beetle has been created. These tiny cyborg creatures may one day be used as artificial pollinators during disasters or even for complex medical procedures...
Study Finds That Looking Into a Deep Red Light May Improve Eyesight
A drop in vision is a normal part of aging; whether you want to come to terms with it or not, everyone loses some degree of eyesight as they grow older. Thanks to a new study,..