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Google plots radar-sensing tech that could make any object smart

Computer scientists have shown how Google’s Soli sensor can be used to make dumb objects smart. Here's why radar-powered computing could finally make the dream of smart homes a reality. The post Google plots radar-sensing tech that could make any object smart appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Trends, Smart Home, Radar, Emerging Tech, Project Soli, Soli


Google is working on radar-sensing tech that could make any object smart

Computer scientists have shown how Google’s Soli sensor can be used to make dumb objects smart. Here's why radar-powered computing could finally make the dream of smart homes a reality. The post Google is working on radar-sensing tech that could make any object smart appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Trends, Smart Home, Radar, Emerging Tech, Project Soli, Soli


Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: camera with A.I. director, robot arm assistant

Check out our roundup of the best new crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You may not be able to buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk! The post Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: camera with A.I. director, robot arm assistant appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Mobile, Gaming, Wearables, Photography, Crowdfunding, Cars, Trends, Computing, Home Theater, Kickstarter, Smart Home, Health & Fitness, Emerging Tech, Awesome tech you can't buy yet


How long is a day on Saturn? Scientists finally have an answer

The length of Saturn's day has always been a challenge to calculate because of the planet's non-solid surface and magnetic field. But now scientists have tracked vibrations in the rings to pin down a final answer. The post How long is a day on Saturn? Scientists finally have an answer appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Day, Saturn, Cassini, Emerging Tech, Voyager


Tiny animals discovered in Antarctic lake deep beneath the ice

Scientists have made a surprising discovery in Antarctica: the carcasses of tiny animals including crustaceans and a tardigrade were found in a lake that sits deep beneath over half a mile of Antarctic ice. The post Tiny animals discovered in Antarctic lake deep beneath the ice appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Antarctica, Microbes, Antarctic, Emerging Tech, Crustaceans, Tardigrade, Lake Mercer


Scientists successfully grow human blood vessels in a Petri dish

Researchers have managed to grow human blood vessels in a Petri dish for the first time, and even to successfully implant them into live mice. The results could be a game-changer for diabetes. The post Scientists successfully grow human blood vessels in a Petri dish appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Diabetes, Emerging Tech, Organoids


Too buzzed to drive? Don’t worry — this autonomous car-bar will drive to you

It might just be the best or worst idea that we've ever heard: A self-driving robot bartender you can summon with an app, which promises to mix you the perfect drink wherever you happen to be. The post Too buzzed to drive? Don’t worry — this autonomous car-bar will drive to you appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Robot, Self-driving Car, Emerging Tech


Hexbot is a modular robot arm that does everything from drawing to playing chess

Who wouldn’t want their own personal robot arm to do everything from laser engraving to competing against you in a game of chess? That's what Hexbot, a new modular robot, promises to deliver. The post Hexbot is a modular robot arm that does everything from drawing to playing chess appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Kickstarter, Robot, Emerging Tech, Hexbot


Meet Wiliot, a battery-less Bluetooth chip that pulls power from thin air

A tiny chip from a semiconductor company called Wiliot could harvest energy out of thin air, the company claims. No battery needed. The paper-thin device pulls power from ambient radio frequencies like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cell signals. The post Meet Wiliot, a battery-less Bluetooth chip that pulls power from thin air appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Bluetooth, News, Funding, Trends, Semiconductor, Emerging Tech, Wi Fi Bluetooth, Wiliot, Power Source


Fears about kids’ screen use may have been overblown, Oxford researchers find

Many people take it as gospel that digital technologies are harmful to young people’s mental health. But is this true? A recent study from the University of Oxford takes a closer look. The post Fears about kids’ screen use may have been overblown, Oxford researchers find appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Oxford, University of Oxford, Screen Time, Emerging Tech


New brainwave reader tells teachers if students are concentrating

Massachusetts-based startup BrainCo has developed brainwave-reading headbands which can reportedly help reveal if students are concentrating in class. Here's how they're being used. The post New brainwave reader tells teachers if students are concentrating appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: School, News, Massachusetts, Trends, Emerging Tech, Eeg, Brainwave


Glowing space billboards could show ads in the night sky

Look up at the night sky in 2020 and you might see an ad for McDonald's floating among the stars. A Russian startup is working on a project that uses a constellation of small satellites in low-Earth orbit to create glowing ads. The post Glowing space billboards could show ads in the night sky appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Emerging Tech, McDonald, Cubesats, Space Ads, Startrocket


Robomart’s self-driving grocery store is like Amazon Go on wheels

Robomart's driverless vehicle is like an Amazon Go store on wheels, with sensors tracking what you grab from the shelves. If you don't want to shop online or visit the grocery store yourself, Robomart will bring the store to you. The post Robomart’s self-driving grocery store is like Amazon Go on wheels appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Cars, Trends, Online Shopping, Driverless Cars, Emerging Tech, Stop & Shop, Robomart, Driverless Grocery Store


Forget fireworks. Japan will soon have artificial meteor showers on tap

Tokyo-based startup Astro Live Experiences is preparing to launch its first artificial meteor shower over Japan, serving as a showcase of its prowess in the space entertainment sector. The post Forget fireworks. Japan will soon have artificial meteor showers on tap appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Japan, News, Trends, Tokyo, Meteor Shower, Emerging Tech


CERN plans to build a massive particle collider that dwarfs the older one

CERN already has the world's biggest particle accelerator. Now it wants a bigger one. Meet the 9 billion euro Future Circular Collider that will allow physicists to extend their study of the universe and matter at the smallest level. The post CERN plans to build a massive particle collider that dwarfs the older one appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Physics, Cern, Large Hadron Collider, Emerging Tech, Particle Collider


CERN plans to build a massive particle collider that dwarfs the LHC

CERN already has the world's biggest particle accelerator. Now it wants a bigger one. Meet the 9 billion euro Future Circular Collider that will allow physicists to extend their study of the universe and matter at the smallest level. The post CERN plans to build a massive particle collider that dwarfs the LHC appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Physics, Cern, Large Hadron Collider, Emerging Tech, LHC, Particle Collider


A Japanese hotel fires half its robot staff for being bad at their jobs

Japan’s oddball Henn na Hotel has fired half of its 243 robot staff. The reason? Because these labor-saving machines turned out to be causing way more problems than they were solving. The post A Japanese hotel fires half its robot staff for being bad at their jobs appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Japan, News, Trends, Robots, Emerging Tech, Henn na Hotel


Want to know which drones are flying near you? There’s an app for that

Want to know what that mysterious drone buzzing over your head is up to? A new system developed by AirMap, Google Wing, and Kittyhawk.io could soon tell you -- via a map on your phone. The post Want to know which drones are flying near you? There’s an app for that appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Drones, Emerging Tech, Kittyhawk, AirMap Google Wing


CES 2019 recap: All the trends, products, and gadgets you missed

CES 2019 didn’t just give us a taste of the future, it offered a five-course meal. From 8K and Micro LED televisions to smart toilets, the show delivered with all the amazing gadgetry you could ask for. Here’s a look at all the big trends, and when expect they’ll arrive. The post CES 2019 recap: All the trends, products, and gadgets you missed appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Trends, Computing, Home Theater, Smart Home, Emerging Tech, LG OLED, CES 2019, Samsung Micro Led


Ford’s sweaty robot bottom can simulate 10 years of seat use in mere days

Ford has developed 'Robutt,' a sweaty robot bottom that's designed to simulate the effects of having a pair of human buttocks sitting on its car seats for thousands of hours. Check it out. The post Ford’s sweaty robot bottom can simulate 10 years of seat use in mere days appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Ford, Robot, Emerging Tech, Robutt


In a first for humankind, China is growing plants on the moon

Having recently landed a probe on the far side of the moon, China announced that it managed to grow the first plant on the moon, too. Here's why that matters for deep space travel. The post In a first for humankind, China is growing plants on the moon appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, China, Trends, Space Travel, Moon, Emerging Tech


Yamaha’s new app lets you tune your motorcycle with a smartphone

It used to be that if you wanted to tune your motorcycle’s engine and tweak its performance, you needed specialized tools and even more specialized knowledge. Yamaha’s new Power Tuner app changes that. The post Yamaha’s new app lets you tune your motorcycle with a smartphone appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Trends, Features, Emerging Tech, Yamaha, Power Tuner


Short film celebrates New Yorker’s amazing robot costumes

New York City resident Peter Kokis creates stunning robot costumes out of household trash. His designs are huge, heavy, and extremely intricate, and never fail to turn heads when he's out and about. The post Short film celebrates New Yorker’s amazing robot costumes appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, New York City, Trends, Robots, Peter Kokis, Emerging Tech, Robot Costume


Drones: New rules could soon allow flights over people and at night

With commercial operators in mind, the U.S. government is looking to loosen restrictions on drone flights with a set of proposals that would allow the machines greater freedom to fly over populated areas and also at night. The post Drones: New rules could soon allow flights over people and at night appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Business, News, Trends, Drone, Drones, Faa, Emerging Tech, Drone Rules


Why wait? Here are some CES 2019 gadgets you can buy right now

Companies come to CES to wow us with their cutting edge technology, but only a few products are slated to hit the market right away. Here is our list of the best CES 2019 tech you can buy right now. The post Why wait? Here are some CES 2019 gadgets you can buy right now appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Emerging Tech, CES 2019


Researchers discover a way to make 3D printing 100 times faster using light

Researchers at the University of Michigan have invented a new method of 3D printing which is up to 100 times faster than conventional 3D-printing processes. Here's how it works and why it could prove a game-changer for 3D printing. The post Researchers discover a way to make 3D printing 100 times faster using light appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, 3d Printing, University Of Michigan, Emerging Tech


Lasers and bovine breathalyzer help determine how much methane cows produce

Cow farts and belches don't sound like catastrophic threats, but they contribute to the massive amounts of methane in the atmosphere. Recently, scientists set out to establish the numbers. The post Lasers and bovine breathalyzer help determine how much methane cows produce appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Lasers, Methane, Emerging Tech


Face-scanning A.I. can help doctors spot unusual genetic disorders

Facial recognition can unlock your phone. Could it also be used to identify whether a person has a rare genetic disorder, based on their facial features? New research suggests it can. The post Face-scanning A.I. can help doctors spot unusual genetic disorders appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Facial Recognition, Health & Fitness, Emerging Tech, Genetic Diseases


The enormous ‘Flying Bum’ moves toward a commercial design

A prototype of the world's largest aircraft is being retired as the company behind it prepares to build a production model. The new Airlander 10, also known as the "Flying Bum," could be ready for commercial use by 2025. The post The enormous ‘Flying Bum’ moves toward a commercial design appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Business, News, Trends, Aircraft, Emerging Tech, Airlander, Airlander 10, Hybrid Air Vehicles


SpaceX nails its first launch and landing of 2019, but job cuts loom

SpaceX has nailed its first launch and landing of 2019 with a mission that deployed more satellites for Virginia-based Iridium Communications. But the success was soured somewhat by reports of upcoming job losses at the company. The post SpaceX nails its first launch and landing of 2019, but job cuts loom appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Business, Spacex, News, Virginia, Trends, Job losses, Rocket Launch, Emerging Tech, Iridium Communications



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