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World’s First ‘Solar Road’ is Generating More Power Than Expected

Just imagine if our roads could act as solar panels and are able to generate power for our houses as well as charge the electric vehicles that drive on them. The Netherlands built the world’s first solar road in Krommenie, dubbed as SolaRoad, a year ago. It is an experimental bike path that functions as a giant solar […]

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Futuristic Flying Vehicles Will Deliver Goods Then Poof Out of Existence

It sounds like an engineering fantasy or a scene out of a Harry Potter movie, but it is real that Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), a branch of the U.S. Department of Defense, is developing unmanned, single-use, unpowered air vehicles that do their job and then just disappear. Building on recent innovations in the Vanishing Programmable […]

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Tesla’s Controversial Autopilot Mode Disabled for Hong Kong Owners

According to International Business Times, Tesla has been forced to disable its controversial autopilot mode for Hong Kong owners after city officials requested the opportunity to perform a thorough safety review of the autonomous features. Obviously, it makes sense for Hong Kong officials to be a bit cautious when it comes to an autopilot mode […]

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Adidas 3D-Printed Shoe Prototype is Made of Plastic Waste From the Ocean

Adidas collaborated with Parley for the Oceans to create a new 3D-printed shoe concept that is made out of plastic waste from the ocean. The prototype features a 3D-printed midsole made from recycled polyester and fishing nets in addition to the upper part of the shoe which is comprised of “ocean plastic content.” Adidas says […]

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Ford Receives Permit From California to Test Autonomous Cars Next Year

The California Autonomous Vehicle Testing Program has granted Ford a permit to begin testing its autonomous cars on public roadways next year. California continues to be an extremely popular location to test autonomous cars as Ford joins the likes of BMW, Honda, Mercedes, Nissan, Tesla, Volkswagen, and Google when it comes to companies with self-driving […]

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More PLC Courses Being Offered as Demand for High Tech Jobs Increases

More and more colleges and universities across the country are adding new courses to keep up with the improving economy and increasing demand for high tech jobs. Many facilities deal in high-volume work with automated equipment, but they also need employees highly proficient in computer training in order to ensure their complex systems are safe […]

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Oak Labs & Ralph Lauren are Testing an Interactive Fitting Room With a Smart Mirror

New York-based startup Oak Labs is teaming up with the Polo Ralph Lauren flagship store in New York City to unveil its new smart, interactive fitting room. No matter how you look at shopping, fitting rooms are still an extremely pertinent part of the in-store experience, allowing shoppers to get the perfect fit they might […]

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Vision Tokyo is a Flashy Autonomous Car Concept From Mercedes-Benz

The latest autonomous concept car from Mercedes-Benz, called Vision Tokyo, was recently introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show. The company proclaims its new self-driving car idea is “a chill-out zone in the midst of the megacity traffic mayhem.” And who am I to argue with that description, because after all, the design, including the exterior […]

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International Space Station Has Experienced a Small Electrical Fault With No Quick Fix

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station will have to do without one power channel for the time being due to a small electrical fault, NASA has announced. NASA says the fault reduces the available power channels from 8 to 7, which happened as a result of a short circuit on equipment on the station’s framework. […]

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Martin Aircraft Gains Approval for World’s First Commercial Personal Jetpack

The world first saw the personal jetpack in the 1965 James Bond movie Thunderball. Now, 51 years later, the technology finally looks ready for prime time. The Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand has just granted Martin Aircraft, founded by Kiwi inventor Glenn Martin, approval for its latest model jetpack for manned flight. Martin’s Prototype 12, […]

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