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Appliances and Gadgets That Will Bring Future into Your Kitchen

October 6, 2017
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It’s 2017, and it seems that every day we’re getting a little bit closer to the world we’ve seen in Futurama. No, you still cannot purchase a robot to do everything instead of you, but you can certainly equip your kitchen with a refrigerator connected to the internet or even Bluetooth-enabled cutlery. Smart kitchen devices […]

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3D Printed Food – The Future of Cooking?

September 21, 2016
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The advent of 3D printing is making new waves of innovation in industries from fashion to biotech. The technology is driving such noble accomplishments as creating custom prosthetics and surgical models in the medical field, new engineering techniques in the world of renewable energies such as wind turbines, and transforming architectural design. There’s even a […]

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Is 3D Printing Really The Next Great Home Tech Revolution?

April 3, 2013
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If you keep an eye on the news, you’re bound to have heard something about 3D printing. From seemingly nowhere, 3D printing has gone from a small hobbyist pursuit to the next big thing in the world of tech, with many people getting very, very excited about the potential of 3D printing. 3D printing is […]

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What Does the Future Hold for Faster Travel to Australia?

March 27, 2013
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Australia is fast becoming one of the top tourist destinations in the world.  With a thriving economy, a world-class arts scene, a status as one of the globe’s leading cultural capitals, sunshine year-round, and seemingly endless beaches, the Land Down Under attracts millions of visitors every year––many of whom are young people between the ages […]

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Bioprinting Infographic

July 23, 2012
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Modern day 3D printers usually create intricate objects such as engineering parts are now being used to create something even more complex and completely awe-inspiring; human tissue & organs. Towards the end of last decade, Organovo realised their concept of the bioprinter; a printer which enables scientists to print human tissue. In 2012 lung tissue […]

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GPS: A Key In Tackling Overpopulation

May 11, 2012
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More and more industries are looking towards innovations like GPS vehicle tracking software to tackle the transportation landscape of the future. Back in February, Bill Ford, chairman of Ford Motor, spoke at the annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where he urged governments, the auto world, and communication companies to work together in solving global […]

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Smart TV: A New Era in Entertainment

April 28, 2012
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Smart TV also known as Connected TV is a new breed of intelligent devices which offer entertainment like never before. Similar to Smart Phones these devices can be hooked up to the internet giving the viewers access to the content earlier available on the computers and the smartphones only. With a Smart TV you can […]

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Do you Receive Calls through a Tattoo?

April 9, 2012
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Confused by the title? Nokia has patented a new Tattoo design that will alert for calls, messages or e-mails. The phrase ‘Technology gets under your skin’ has taken over literally. The goal is to eliminate the odds of missing a call or text message. An impulse is perceived through the tattoo whenever someone is trying […]

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What next for 3D printing?

June 27, 2011
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This article was produced on behalf of PrinterInks – leading suppliers of ink cartridges throughout the UK. A revolution is coming. Ever since 3D Systems, based in South Carolina, pioneered stereolithography, eventually releasing the first commercially available stereolithography machine in 1986, all manner of different 3D processes and machines have been developed. 3D printing technology […]

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Quick! Text 911!

December 3, 2010
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Imagine if you were somehow able to send a text message to 911 emergency services in a dangerous situation.  I’ve actually thought about this before. If an armed burglar is in my home at night and my only option is to make a phone call to get a hold of the police, what’s to stop […]

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Some Salt With That Camera, To Store Your Photos On?

October 19, 2009
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Could salt be a future storage device? Researchers at University of Edinburgh have worked on creating the perfect crystals out of salt. A process not easily accomplished. By using two low-energy lasers, they managed to make use of an old discovery found years ago, that light can be used to create a crystal formation. The […]

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Coin-Sized “Eternity” Batteries With Radioactive Contents

October 17, 2009
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This is some pretty cool stuff. A team of scientists from the University of Missouri reports a break-through in battery technology. The scientists have created a battery with the size of a small coin, able to contain a million times as much capacity than a regular battery and last for hundreds of years. It contain […]

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Microsoft Shows “Minority Report” Look-Alike Office Wall

October 12, 2009
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Microsoft Research just showed a prototype of how our office walls might look like in the future, based on their Microsoft Surface thoughts – having surfaces around us become part of our lives. The system is based on cameras, microphones and touchscreens and works a lot like the systems you would have seen in movies […]

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