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AACUS-equipped autonomous helicopter makes first cargo delivery to US Marines

Aurora Flight Services' Autonomous Aerial Cargo Utility System (AACUS) took another step forward as an AACUS-enabled UH-1H helicopter autonomously …

Military

How a VPN download can save you a lot of money

Using a virtual private network (VPN) has a lot of advantages. It can keep your data safe, your online activity anonymous, and let you access geo-restricted websites and social media. However, did you know that using a VPN download can also help you save a lot of money? Here’s how!<p>What is a VPN?<br>• How …

Information Systems

Dinner Is Never Boring with Garlicky Steak and Potatoes — Delicious Links

<i>Kitchn's</i> <i>Delicious Links</i><i> column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our …

Cooking

2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Gets 2.7-liter Inline-Four Option

New four-banger makes 310 hp and 348 lb-ft of torque<p>Chevy gave us the basic facts of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500’s engine lineup when the truck debuted in Detroit earlier this year, but the automaker kept specs and other technical details close to the vest. Now, GM has given us a lot more …

Chevrolet Corvette

Oral insulin proving successful in human clinical trials

For decades researchers have worked to find a way to orally administer insulin effectively to patients with diabetes. Now this game-changing …

Biotechnology

World's largest metal 3D-printer scales up additive manufacturing

Australian company Titomic has unveiled what it claims is the world's largest metal 3D printer at its fully automated Melbourne facility. Utilizing a …

Shipbuilding

Cutting-edge migraine treatment cleared for public use by the FDA

After successful and safe clinical trials, the FDA has approved a first-of-its-kind migraine preventative medicine. It's the first in an entirely new …

Biotechnology

Blocking anti-aging enzymes makes cancer die of old age

At the cellular level, aging and cancer are two sides of the same coin. The mechanism that limits a cell's lifespan can be slowed down, but that can …

Anti-aging

New antibiotic found in tobacco flowers tears into superbugs

The world is in desperate need of new antibiotics, as bacteria continue to evolve and develop resistance to the ones we have. Now, researchers at La …

Nature Communications

River Bank modular powerbank offers plane-friendly power

The heart of the River Bank is the Main Module, which weighs 2 lb (0.9 kg) and measures 5.28 x 3.45 x 1.02 in (17.6 x 11.5 x 3.4 cm). It packs a …

Gear & Gadgets

New research confirms energy needs can be met by renewables

Could renewable sources meet 100 percent of our energy demand? Yes, according to new research which scrutinises the arguments against. "There are no …

Renewable Energy

OnePlus 6 smartphone launches with bigger image sensor and OIS

Sticking to its usual 6-month product cycle, Chinese manufacturer OnePlus today announced its latest flagship device, the OnePlus 6. Compared to its …

Phones

Device goes up the nose to permanently improve breathing

If you have chronic nasal congestion, it could be due to an obstruction caused by the shape of your internal nasal valve. A new device is designed to …

Medicine

Bell V-280 goes into first cruise flight

Bell's experimental V-280 Valor has made its first cruise flight. A video released by the company shows the tilt-rotor aircraft flying with its …

Aviation

Researchers turn low-level nuclear waste into glass

The Cold War left behind significant amounts of low-level nuclear waste, but the future may be a bit cleaner thanks to a team of scientists at the US …

Nuclear Waste

EV street charger pops up when needed, sinks down when not

With most major car manufacturers now invested in EV development, it looks like everyone but diehard petrol-heads will be quietly getting from A to B …

Electric Vehicles

A better way of detecting bogus coffee beans

If you've seen even one advertisement for premium coffee, then you've probably heard someone going on about "100 percent pure Arabica beans" … but …

Coffee

A 247-hp Hyundai Kona N crossover could be a thing

It'd reportedly borrow the 2.0-liter engine from the i30 N<p>Hyundai's N Performance sub-brand has its sights on the Kona, the automaker's brand-new compact crossover, for its possible next makeover. If it meets with the approval of Hyundai brass, it'll reportedly do 247 horsepower courtesy of the …

AOL

X-ray laser boils water into strange plasma state hotter than Earth's core

Waiting for water to boil is a minor inconvenience that we've all experienced, but maybe we're just using the wrong tools. Instead of a kettle, next …

Chemistry

Delving into the uncanny valley with the mind behind the first Arabic-speaking robot

Mavridis was a research assistant at MIT Media Lab throughout the early 2000s, investigating human-robot interactions through language, vision and …

Robotics

Largest ever microbiome study offers novel insights into gut bacteria and human health

The American Gut Project – a global, crowdsourced citizen science effort – has published the first results from one of the biggest gut microbiome …

Biology

German startup rides out on 3D-printed bicycle tires

The bicycle tire prototype was developed to "demonstrate the ease and speed at which flexible spare parts can be 3D printed," while also serving to …

Prototyping

OnePlus 6 launches with powerful specs and a huge display

Since 2014, OnePlus has been launching smartphones that combine top specs with prices that are more in the mid-range. Though it hasn't always got the …

Mobile Technology

Tiny dimples could make for longer-lasting artificial hips

Although artificial hips allow many people to remain mobile, the things do wear out after a while, often requiring replacement surgeries. The need …

Hips

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