This Video Aims to be the Least Satisfying One You’ll Ever See

This is easily the world’s least satisfying short film.Seriously, that’s the point. “Unsatisfying” by Parallel Studio released a compilation of the world’s least satisfying sensations. They’re the moments that make you hopeful right before hitting you with disappointment.For any perfectionist, this video could be excruciating.It’s filled with moments (albeit first-world moments) like when your computer freezes at 99...

Germany Debuts Zero-Emissions Train that Releases Only Steam

The Coradia iLint will be the first train of its kind to be zero-emission and powered by hydrogen.The German train gives unique change to the country’s 4,000 diesel trains. The iLink can travel almost 500 miles per day up to 87 mph.“Alstom is proud to launch a breakthrough innovation in the field of clean transportation,” said Alstom CEO...

LudusScope Lets Kids Discover Microbiology with a 3-D Printed Microscope

A Stanford bioengineer created a fun tool for kids to help them understand the microcosmos with a smartphone.LudusScope combines the smartphone with a 3-D printed microscope that allows kids to play with light-seeking microbes. They can observe tiny light-seeking euglenas, single-celled flagellates, and eukaryotes. Moreover, it’s a priceless for kids to learn about experimentation and discovery.“Many subject areas like engineering or...

Engineers Craft a Robot that Eats Living Organisms

A team with the Bristol Robotics Laboratory created a robot that could produce energy by consuming living organisms.The droids eat algae through a polymer membrane mouthpiece. Algae-filled water goes into the robot’s ‘stomach’ that includes a microbic fuel cell. The bacteria dissolves the organic food, and that gives the bot energy. The robot then excretes waste through a...

Microsoft Launches the chat based workspace for Office 365 – Microsoft Teams

Microsoft unveiled Microsoft Teams, a new chat-based workspace that strengthens the collaboration capabilities in Microsoft Office 365.The program brings people, conversations and content all together. It runs on Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS. The Teams app will be available from the App store, Google Play Store and Microsoft App store. It will later be available in 17 additional...

A New Era: Scientists Successfully Transplant Embryonic Neurons

The researchers just took a big step in neuroscience that could change the lives of people suffering from brain injuries, strokes or traumatic damage by transplanting embryonic neurons.Scientists from the Helmholtz Zentrum München and Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology of the Ludwig Maximilians University Munich confirmed they transplanted embryonic nerve cells in mice. The nerve cells were incorporated into a...

SonicPower: ‘World’s Fastest Wireless Charger’ for Your Phone

DESTEK’s SonicPower wireless charger claims to be the fastest wireless charger coming to the market.There’s nothing more frustrating for smartphone users than having a battery die during the middle of an important conversation. The only alternatives are carrying around charging cables with you or small recharge batteries.Cables keep you near an outlet and away from the fun. Portable...

China Develops New World’s Fastest Supercomputer

Chinese engineers just set a new world record in computing.The Sunway TaihuLight supercomputer triples the speed of the previous fastest computer. The engineers used their own chip technology to craft the TaihuLight.“As the first number one system of China that is completely based on homegrown processors, the Sunway TaihuLight system demonstrates the significant progress that China has made...

Scientists Successfully Used a Non-Superconductive Material for Superconductivity

Physicists have done the impossible by conducting electricity with zero resistance in a non-superconductive material.The idea of running electricity through a non-superconductor stems from the 1970s, but it hasn’t been proven until now.Superconductivity is the phenomenon of electrical conductivity with zero resistance. Traditional transmission materials lose as much as 10 percent of energy between the generating source and the...

These $89 Wireless Headphones are Tough Competition for Apple’s AirPods

These sleek new headphones are the next step toward wireless devices.With Apple’s removal of the 35mm headphone jack, wired headphones officially went out of fashion. Since then, developers have been perfecting the art of wireless headphones, waiting for the day when other smart devices follow Apple’s lead.Air headphones by crazybaby hope to be ahead of its time. The...