There are some great examples of businesses using sensors throughout manufacturing plants to refine and improve the production process by crunching the data they produce. Stage 2: Yoke two or more smart
Harry Brignull is a London, UK-based independent user experience designer with a PhD in cognitive science. He is also the founder of Dark Patterns, which is dedicated to, in his words, "naming and shaming
Despite many warnings, no major attack has taken place on the United States. So it is logical to ask why this hasn’t happened yet, and if it ever will. For the past few years, US officials have warned
Be still my heart. A team of scientists from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine has created lab-grown human heart tissue that can beat on its own, according to a new study in Nature Communications.
The Pirate Bay may be many things, but one that it is not, is a pushover. It's moved location, received continuous heat from various courts, and, of course, done some time. But still, it doesn't give The
Marine mammals can remember their friends after 20 years apart, study says. Sorry, elephants: Dolphins have taken the top spot for best memory, at least for now. New experiments show that bottlenose dolphins
Even humans have trouble remembering the names of people they met 20 years ago. But not dolphins! Last month, a study indicated that dolphins call each other by names, of a sort: they have a particular
Welcome to the age of bioprinting, where the machines we've built are building bits and pieces of us. A device the size of an espresso machine quietly whirs to life. The contraption isn't filled with pungent
With the Discovery Channels Shark Week in full swing, shark admiration is alive and well. But why should they hog the limelight? PopMech takes a look at seven other predators that deserve seven days in
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