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Monkeys Can Type Shakespeare Play “Hamlet” with Brain Implants [New Research]

New research suggests that Monkeys are able to type paras of the Shakespeare play “Hamlet” with brain implants. The research also declares that monkeys type speed remained up to 12 words per minute, with fewer typos than past brain-computer interfaces. It is a good news for human-beings as the new brain implants technique will result […]

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TrackR: A Tiny Cheapest Gadget to Track Your Car and Valuables, 1.5 Million Units Sold Worldwide

Are you looking for a cheapest gadget to find your lost valuables, even for tacking your car; this is the cheapest solution called TrackR and more than 1.5 Million Units of this gadget Sold Worldwide. This becomes quite tease-able and sometimes very dangerous for you when you find that your car has been stolen from a […]

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Swift Playground: Apple Releases App That Teaches Kids How to Code

Apple always does something new and pleasing for tech fans; Swift Playground is one of these apps Apple released today. It is an iPad app that teaches kids how to code in its Swift programming language. Kids are interacted with and tasked with guiding a character called Byte in collecting gems. For playing this game, […]

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Water can remain liquid at temperatures below zero

The change of state in pure water does not always happen at 0 ° C, as taught in school. 0 ° C is the melting temperature. It is known that super cooled water, subjected to a process of cooling below its freezing point without becoming in solid- can remain liquid at temperatures below zero, but until now […]

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Longest Experiment in the World Comes to an End

 The longest experiment in the world comes to an end . But not in Australia, where it was started, but in Dublin, where replicated this crazy idea a few years ago, and have been observed falling drop of pitch. Just over two months ago we told how at an Australian university place had the longest experiment in […]

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Transparent Solar Film adds 20% more Battery in your Smartphone

In the promising field of solar cells adds to the new proposal of the French company SunPartner a transparent solar film positioned on the screen of your mobile phone (screen cover) adds 20% more battery.

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New Technology Allows the Brain to Operate Prosthetic Limbs [Video]

DARPA is currently working on a new technology that allows the brain to handle prosthetic limbs just like our normal states. The method is called TMR (Targeted Muscle Reinnervation) and activates the nerves that are close to a truncated region, allowing the holder of the prosthetic limb to operate directly through the signals of these muscles. Scientists […]

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First Cooling System for Processors that Made Computer Quietest [Video]

Except for the latest generation of low-voltage processors, the majority of CPUs used in our computers require a fan to cool them (OK, there are water cooled, but …). Of course, the more work a processor and the higher clocked, the greater the need for cooling, causing the fan to work more so sounds more intense.

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A Young Man Creates an Extremely Dangerous Homemade Laser

A young man from the United States has created a homemade laser beam is able to burn or pierce virtually everything in its path. All fans of the saga Star Wars will be pleased to see that gradually lightsabers of the film franchise are becoming reality. So far this homemade laser are not thinking to end the soldiers of the Imperial […]

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Supercapacitor can Charge a Smartphone within 30 Seconds [Video]

Eesha Khare, a 18 year old from California, it was confined to the second position Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, however, the invention presented left the public with an open mouth and attracted great interest in Google ! The Khare created a supercapacitor that could charge a battery smartphone within 20-30 seconds and even with further […]

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The World’s Most Trusted Pen with NASA Technology

There are different kinds of pens . Some give us good service for the duration of its life and others begin to fail prematurely. Today we show the world’s most trusted pen . 

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Measure Photons Cubits: First Step Toward The Quantum Computer

A group of Canadian researchers have been able to directly measure the polarization states of photons. Representing a breakthrough in understanding the phenomenon of superposition of cubits  the basic unit of processing in the race to create the first quantum computer. Canadian researchers have made ??the first step towards building the first quantum computer, to be able to […]

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