logo

Category: Technology

Sony Is Creating Contact Lenses To Allow Users To Record Videos

Recently, we heard of contact lenses that would allow the ‘wearer’ to take pictures with the blink of an eye. Sony inventors have now gone a step further with smart contact lenses that will record and play back videos. The brains behind this innovation are from Japan. They have applied for a patent for the smart

… Read more »

Bitcoin’s Creator Finally Known! He is Craig Wright

We finally know who is the creator of the Bitcoin currency! He’s an Australian! An entrepreneur from Australia, Craig Wright, has come out today, May 2, as the brain behind the virtual currency called bitcoin. He is reported to have revealed himself to the BBC, The Economist, and GQ Magazine. Is it really proven that

… Read more »

‘Gold’ Batteries, Which Might Last For A Lifetime, Made By Researchers

A system to boost the lifetime of batteries by 400 times has been ‘discovered’ by accident by a team of researchers. Their work is published in the journal Energy Letters. The best batteries currently available might soon be surpassed by a revolutionary system that would make them last up to 400 times longer. The efficiency of

… Read more »

Smart Contact Lenses Take Photographs With Blink of an Eye

Samsung’s smart contact lenses serving as cameras might be the next technological hype! Myopic people must dread the thought of living in an era when glasses and contact lenses did not yet exist. Thankfully, science has undergone much headway that allows for them to see. If this was not already enough, researchers want to push

… Read more »

Humans Turned On By Touching Robots

Touching robots in their ‘intimate’ areas might arouse humans, says a new study conducted by researchers from Stanford University. The results will be presented at the International Communication Association in Japan. Robots might be non-living, but they will still elicit responses in humans. This is what was concluded from a series of experiments involving a

… Read more »

YouTuber Creates Home-Made Thermite-Launching Cannon

A guy from YouTube has recently developed a home-made, metal-launching cannon with thermite. Yea, no big deal. If you’re familiar with Youtube-entertainers, you will surely know Colin Furze, and you will have heard of his mad-scientist ‘experiments’ which get crazier and crazier. Remember when he was walking on ceilings with magnetic shoes? Well, wait till

… Read more »

Using Light To Retrieve Lost Memories For Alzheimer’s Patients

Lost memories might be brought back by light stimulation of brain cells. The paper is published in Nature. While Alzheimer’s disease is characterised by great memory deficits, it is unclear as to whether the memories in question are forever lost. Nor is the causal reason of the disease documented: is it the consequence of faulty

… Read more »

Tiny Glass Disc Stores 360TB of Data for 13.8 Billion Years

We might finally have a solution for the storage of all of our combination of ones and zeros that make up our data: researchers from the UK have created a 5D digital data disc — the Superman memory crystal — that is able to save 360 terabytes of data for a duration of 13.8 billion

… Read more »

Fastest Rate of Data Transmission Achieved At 1.125 terabits per second

The fastest rate for the transmission of data between a single transmitter and receiver has been achieved at 1.125 terabits per second by a team of researchers from the UK. The findings are documented in Scientific Reports. The newest record for data transmission speed was made using an optical communications system. The researchers describe their

… Read more »

Robot-Run Farm To Grow Lettuce Independent of Humans

World, get ready for lifeless and emotionless farmers! A firm based in Japan will soon develop a robot-run farm to grow lettuce containing more beta carotene than the conventional farm-grown one —  mostly without constant human assistance. Technology has replaced cattle for the plowing of land. Machines have also rendered men of certain professions redundant.

… Read more »

Pin It on Pinterest