By the year 2030, the Indian automaker aims to only sell electric cars.
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...
Check Out This “Bold” Leap in Hair-Loss Treatment
Their research shows that with the right information, one could source the cause of hair loss and either slow it down or reverse it.
The Abel Prize, Inspired by the First Woman to Win a ‘Nobel Prize of Math’
Karen Uhlenbeck, a mathematician and former professor at the University of Texas at Austin, became the first-ever woman to win the Abel Prize.
The Finest Vintage Cars of the 1960’s Golden Age
The 1960s ushered in a revolutionary period in the automotive world. Cars were faster, sleeker, and more sophisticated. Luxury models and muscle cars came into their prime,..
Here’s a Fun Look at Clumsy Home Technology During The ’80s
We still have some way with smart technology, but one thing is certain, it's nowhere near to how it was in the '80s.
Humanism: Don’t Lose Your Job To A Robot
It appears that in order to truly adapt to technological changes, our education system must be changed drastically.
You’re Probably Guilty of “Headlining”
Naturally, the headline piques your interest, it's scandalous, controversial, and informative after all. So what do you do?
5 Ways Gesture Recognition Technology May Transform Education
Gesture technology as it is known is quickly developing and leading the way in dynamic learning.
New Communication Technology Is About to Change the World for Deaf People
New technology will now bridge the gap between the deaf and the hearing by translating sign language into words.
Study Finds That Looking Into a Deep Red Light May Improve Eyesight
It seems like there is a way to slow down the deterioration of your vision, and all it entails is just a few minutes of your day.
This Tiny Robot-Beetle Runs on Alcohol
This tiny cyborg creature may one day be used as artificial pollinators during disasters or even for complex medical procedures.
How South Korea Is Using Virtual Reality Technology to Reduce Senior Citizens on the Road
South Korea will employ virtual reality to decide if elderly drivers can continue driving
Your Android Phone Can Now Be Used to Start Your Car
Forgetting your car keys is a thing of the past. Find out how you can use your phone to get your car going!
Elon Musk’s Neuralink Was a Major Milestone
In a live-streamed demo, Gertrude the pig came out with a wireless link in its skull. It got pretty interesting.
Old School Computer Games For Nostalgic Millennials
For young millennials, computer games were a huge hit back then when TV shows and channels were less popular.