iPhone 13 boasts better cameras, chip, and battery life

Well, it’s time once again for a new iPhone to hit the market, and this time around it’s the iPhone 13. It’s available in four versions, all of which feature a new camera, a “powerhouse chip,” 5G connectivity and better battery life.Continue ReadingCat… Continue reading iPhone 13 boasts better cameras, chip, and battery life

M2NS tech will use robotic arms to autonomously neutralize sea mines

It goes without saying that the neutralizing of underwater mines is a dangerous task – definitely one that you’d avoid sending a scuba diver to do, if at all possible. That’s why Pittsburgh-based RE2 Robotics is designing a robotic system to do the job… Continue reading M2NS tech will use robotic arms to autonomously neutralize sea mines

BAE Systems may build a 660-lb-capable cargo quadcopter

Given that small-ish drones are already being used to deliver small packages, wouldn’t it stand to reason that giant drones could deliver large loads? That’s just what BAE Systems is looking into, with its proposed T-650 Heavy Lift Electric UAS (uncrew… Continue reading BAE Systems may build a 660-lb-capable cargo quadcopter

Edorado 8S e-hydrofoil deploys retractable foils to hit 38 knots

Back in 2016, we heard about Dutch startup Edorado’s planned electric hydrofoil, known as the 7S. Well, the company has now announced development of a bigger and better model, appropriately enough called the 8S.Continue ReadingCategory: Marine, Transpo… Continue reading Edorado 8S e-hydrofoil deploys retractable foils to hit 38 knots

Holoswim goggles are the latest to show wearers their swimming data

Swimming is one of those sports in which stopping to check a smartwatch can be quite disruptive. Because of this, we’ve recently seen a number of performance-tracking goggles hit the market. One of the newest, known as Holoswim, is now on Kickstarter.C… Continue reading Holoswim goggles are the latest to show wearers their swimming data

Study of tiny seashells may lead to adaptive protective clothing

Imagine if there was protective clothing that usually stayed soft and comfortable, but that could instantly harden when needed. Such technology may someday be possible, thanks to a new understanding of a tiny animal’s shell.Continue ReadingCategory: Ma… Continue reading Study of tiny seashells may lead to adaptive protective clothing

Roomba j7 uses a camera to recognize objects – including pet waste

Ever since the first iRobot Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner was introduced, successive models have offered additional features. The new Roomba j7 is particularly interesting, however, in that it uses a visible light camera to identify and avoid obstacles… Continue reading Roomba j7 uses a camera to recognize objects – including pet waste

Dental implant could heal infected gums by generating electricity

While implanted artificial teeth do offer a longer-term alternative to dentures, they may need to be surgically replaced if chronic gum infections occur. Scientists are thus working on a better implant, that would generate electricity via mouth movemen… Continue reading Dental implant could heal infected gums by generating electricity