Category Archives: Technology

CES 2015: Seagate Seven is the slimmest portable hard drive out there

Seagate launches the world’s slimmest hard drive at CES 2015

Seagate has been expanding its range of storage devices with the launch of three new models: Wireless Mobile Storage, Seagate Seven and Seagate Personal Cloud. Well, of the three, we should agree that Seagate Seven is the most interesting one. In fact, it is the world’s slimmest portable hard drive with an ultra slim body […]

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Mitticool: Clay fridge which runs without electricity

In this article, we are going to talk about a man whom even Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam called a ‘true scientist’. The man is Mansukhbhai Prajapati, who is a craftsman based in Gujarat. He developed a clay refrigerator, called ‘Miticool’. It works without any electricity! He was appreciated in the year 2009, when President Prathibha […]

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3D-printed Exo-prosthetic leg by William Root

There are more than two million amputees in the United States and 90 percent of these involve amputations of the lower limbs. Although the standard prosthetic technology do help the patients to regain most of the functionality they have lost, they are quite expensive. These prostheses are expensive as they require specialized labor to customize […]

Russian Startup Livemap Lands $300K Grant For Its Motorcycle Helmet With Built-In Navigation

Livemap’s Smart Helmet Receives $270,000 Grant Development

Livemap, a small Russian tech startup, has built a distinctive motorcycle helmet. It is a piece of kit which will definitely assist all kinds of bikers. This wearable will come equipped with voice control and built in GPS navigation. Livemap plans to complete the final prototype of its device by next spring and plans to begin […]

Motion-detecting nanosensors could help find life on other planets

£6,000 Nanosensor Could Detect Alien Movement

People often state that the climatic conditions of certain planets do not support the existence of life. However, a team of Swiss scientists from Ecole polytechnique federale de lausne (EPFL) research center have developed an extremely sensitive motion sensor that is capable of detecting even the tiniest movements exhibited by microscopic organisms on distant planets. Up […]