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This Wireless Desktop Could Foreshadow Our Future Without Cords

Wireless charging promises a cord-free future, one that offers freedom from being tethered to the end of a charging cable. One company might have its finger on the pulse for this wirelessly powered future. Alexander Lidow is the CEO and founder of Efficient Power Conversion, a company looking to expand upon its namesake. EPC most notably displays how...

AI Neural Network Picks Hilariously Wrong Names for New Paint Colors

Finding the perfect background and highlight shades for painting your home often lead to days, or even weeks, of indecisive color hunting. Maybe this is due to our vision’s capability to identify millions of distinct hues that present a wide arena of color tones. So, when it comes to pinpointing various shades of color, this AI neural network was...

Build Your Own Flamethrower Skateboard With These Simple Instructions

Getting bored of the usual ollies and kickflips as you skid around with that mediocre skateboard? Why not tweak that deck up with a flamethrower that would surely spark your usual path and leave a blazing trail behind you. This DIY segment would surely turn you into the cool kid with a skateboard flamethrower once you’ve correctly followed the...

New Leaked Photos of iPhone 8 Reveal Dual Back Cameras

Apple iPhone’s 10th year launch anniversary in the fall of 2017 is expected to be celebrated by revealing a new premium model in a few months time. Yes, you guessed that right, the next-in-line iPhone 8 model. And just to stir up some hype with iPhone fanatics, raw photos of the new model were leaked online with some...

25 Extremely Embarrassing Architectural Failures

Welcome to our list of 25 incredible architectural failures throughout history. The following collection of architectural failures is an eclectic mix. They range from the most poorly designed, ugly or downright dangerous architectural projects throughout history. Our list is far from exhaustive and not intended to be definitive. They are also in no particular order. Enjoy!1. The Leaning...

Mice With 3D Printed Ovaries Successfully Give Birth to Healthy Offspring

Updates in 3D printing continue to truly revolutionize any number of fields, including the medical fields. Researchers successfully printed organs, bones, and prosthetics. Now, a team from Northwestern University in Chicago 3D printed ovaries.A collaborative study from the university’s Feinberg School of Medicine and McCormick School of Engineering details the team’s success. The researchers removed a female mouse’s...

9 Coolest NASA Inventions That Improved Your Everyday Lives

When one typically thinks of NASA’s greatest accomplishments, it probably includes putting men on the Moon. Maybe they’ll think of Mars rover expeditions like Curiosity. We doubt most would immediately recognize digital cameras or memory foam mattresses as NASA achievements. However, those frequently-used items and more come thanks in part (or in whole) due to NASA research and...

The Origins and History of IQ Tests

We’ve all heard of IQ tests. Perhaps you’ve taken an official test or anonymously taken many of the ones shared on social media. But what exactly do they mean? Where do they come from? Are they even accurate or representative of “intelligence”? Join us as we take a very quick tour of IQ tests. The following article is...

This Multifunctional Zip Tie is What You Didn’t Know You Needed

Zip ties are those needed bits of plastic that you hate to run out of. It’s frustrating when you’re working on a project, have to undo a zip tie, and then go to fasten something with a new zip tie only to find you’re fresh out. This new zip tie is not only just as durable as the...

College Students Can Now Take Martian Architecture Courses

There have been hundreds of concepts for what buildings in space will look like one day. This assumes, of course, that humanity gets that far. Designing buildings for Earth already provide any number of hurdles to be overcome by architects. However, one university is trying to prepare its students to build for an out-of-this-world space — Mars.The University...