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NASA’s Lunar Space Station Is Almost Here

NASA’s goal of returning to the moon should see a major push in early 2019, when the agency awards its first contract for the lunar “Gateway” program.<p>…

Space Exploration

Bill Gates Backs Plan to Surveil the Entire Planet From Space

EarthNow is a new company looking to provide satellite imagery and live video in virtually real-time. Its unsettling pitch describes a network of …

Bill Gates

Robot to run for mayor in Japan in 'world first' promising 'fairness and balance' for all residents

A robot has been nominated to run for the position of mayor in Tokyo, promising to be "fair and balanced" to all its constituents.<p>The mayoral …

Artificial Intelligence

Suicide machine that kills users in the blink of an eye sparks euthanasia debate

In April 2012, Tony Nicklinson was seven years into a battle to kill himself. The father of two suffered from locked-in syndrome - the result of a …

Assisted Suicide

MicroLED is the first new screen tech in a decade. Can it beat OLED?

If Samsung and Apple get their way, an array of millions of tiny LEDs could oust OLED as the next big display technology. But it won't be easy.<p>At CES 2018, Samsung wowed the crowds with a wall sized TV, using a technology called "MicroLED." This wasn't the first time we've heard about the tech. …

Televisions

A robot can build this $10,000 house within 12 hours — take a look inside

Building a house by hand can be both time-consuming and costly — so some homebuilders are now automating part of the construction process.<p>The homebuilding startup ICON uses a 3D-printing robot that can make parts for houses. The machine can print the walls, roof, and floor of a 650-square-foot …

SXSW

SpaceX's satellites for beaming internet access to earth are now in orbit

SpaceX is now one step closer to delivering broadband access via satellite, as it’s successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket (seen above) that delivered two Starlink demo satellites into low-earth-orbit.<p>The company’s been working on this for some time now, and the two Starlink satellites will help …

Skid Skins: 8 Best Leather Motorcycle Jackets

Motorcycle jacket design is driven by many factors – how the garment feels when on the bike, the look of the coat off the bike, but most importantly, …

Jeff Bezos Begins Installation of His Bonkers 10,000 Year Clock

Depending on the day, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is either the richest or second richest human on Earth. And while he’s trying to figure out how to …

Moment robodog fights off human owner to escape laboratory

This is the moment a robotic dog used brute strength to overcome a human's attempts to stop him escaping from a laboratory room.<p>The bizarre - and slightly terrifying - clip features robotics company Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robot, which has four legs, a long trunk and a peculiar extendable claw …

The eCub 2 – A Retro Electric Motorcycle by Shanghai Customs

Reading time: about 3 minutes.<p>Motorcycles<br>• Retro<p>The eCub 2 is a retro electric motorcycle from the international team at Shanghai Customs, it combines …

Uber Express Pool: cheaper rides, as long as you don't mind walking

Uber just discovered a new activity to integrate into its app: walking.<p>Yes, using your feet is an essential ingredient in Uber Express Pool, a new …

Tokyo to build world's tallest timber tower

<b>(CNN) —</b> A Tokyo skyscraper is set to become the world's tallest wooden building. Japanese company Sumitomo Forestry says its 1,148-feet-tall timber tower will be completed in 2041, to mark the 350th anniversary of the business that year. The W350 tower will cost an estimated 600 billion yen ($5.6 …

Skyscrapers

3D-printed smartphone microscope is good enough for scientists

Your smartphone could soon be a fully functional microscope capable of examining samples as small as 1/200th of a millimeter. Australian researchers have developed a clip-on device that requires no external light or power sources to produce a clear picture of microscopic organisms and cells from …

Uber says flying taxi service could be here in 5-10 years

The ride-hailing company previously said it planned to have flying taxis running in Los Angeles by 2020.<p>Uber still has its eyes on the skies and it looks like flying Ubers could be commercialised within five to 10 years.<p>CEO Dara Khosrowshahi made the prediction at an investment forum in Tokyo, …

Transportation

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Is Reviving Albert Einstein’s Favorite Leather Jacket

How smart was Albert Einstein? One of the first things he purchased after coming to the United States in 1933 was an unlined brown leather jacket by …

Liam Gallagher: ‘The German police pulled my teeth out with pliers’

The former Oasis singer is up for a Brit this week and riding high with a hit solo album. He may be ‘very zen’ at the moment, but he’s still got plenty to say about everything – including an infamous 2002 bar brawl and, of course, his brother Noel. Photograph by Richard Saker<p>In the middle of the …

Trespassing

Saturn’s tiny moon ‘has far bigger oil and gas reserves than Earth’

A tiny moon orbiting Saturn contains oil and gas reserves many times bigger than all known reserves on Earth, a NASA probe has shown.<p>The Cassini …

Google’s Big Ad-Blocking Update Comes to Chrome: Here’s What We Know

It’s been in the works for nearly a year and Google’s great ad-pocalypse is now upon us. On Thursday, the Chrome browser will begin to automatically …

Ad Blocking

Uber Looks Great When the Police Barge In

The company remotely locked down its offices during raids, shutting off computers storing sensitive information.<p>Here's what happened when Canadian authorities raided Uber Technologies Inc.'s Montreal office looking for evidence of tax evasion:<p>Like managers at Uber’s hundreds of offices abroad, …

San Francisco

Online Game "Blue Whale" Blamed for Suicides Amongst Players

India’s Supreme Court is holding hearings by advocates who want the online game “Blue Whale” banned after blaming it for 100 suicides throughout the …

Blue Whale

This Gorgeous New E-Bike Is Inspired by Classic Board Track Racing Motorcycles

The Avionics V1 features an abundance of wood and steel components to lend it an authentic vintage look.<p>You could be forgiven for not knowing much …

Motorcycles

Hydrogen Cars: Water Is The Only Emission Of The Fuel That Could Solve Britain's Lethal Air Pollution

With a new deadline to kill off petrol, carmakers renew their clean fuel efforts.<p>HuffPost UK<p>The only emission from the Toyota Mirai is water. Large …

Alternative Fuel

Indian's New Bobber Beats Harley's Ducati Dreams

Polaris' new model built on the popular Indian Scout platform is targeted to the emerging new rider demographic.<p><b>Harley-Davidson</b> (NYSE:HOG) may still …

Investing

How 12 guys used peanut butter to escape from jail...y

El Chapo famously escaped from a maximum-security prison through a deep, high-tech, 1-mile tunnel. These guys, instead, just used peanut butter.<p>The …

Crime

Automation, Artificial Intelligence to make many IT jobs obsolete over next 5 years, says survey - Firstpost

The Information Technology has never had it so bad as it has since a year ago when job cuts and summary dismissals have been the order of the day. No …

Artificial Intelligence

With its new feed, Google is preparing for the end of search

Google recently launched a personalized news feed on the company's flagship app, and it will soon rollout to browser versions of <i>google.com</i>.<p>The update …

Top-Secret NSA Report Details Russian Hacking Effort Days Before 2016 Election

The report indicates that Russian hacking may have penetrated further into U.S. voting systems than was previously understood. It states …

Cybersecurity

The problem with our maps

Maps shape our understanding of the world - and in an increasingly interconnected and global economy, this geographic knowledge is more important than ever.<p>The funny thing is, almost everyone actually has a skewed perception of the true size of countries thanks to a cartographic technique called …

Maps

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Update: We are now AKQA R&D for the latest developments on this project visit antiaiai.info<p>Anti AI AI — Wearable Artificial Intelligence<p>The …