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Elevators for the CTF Guangzhou skyscraper under construction in China will transport passengers at a record-breaking 45 miles per hour. Continue reading →
Technology can be used to predict landslides, issue warnings and forecast the time of failure.
When robotics, smart materials, communications, alt-energy and sensors get sewn into clothing, the runway gets interesting.
A new interactive, fan-made map helps fans orient the wide world of Westeros. Continue reading →
Hint: It's 1975, it's in North Dakota and it's still there.
Tech does double duty this week, as we look at floating gardens that clean rivers, houses that produce oxygen and drones that create a Wi-Fi network.
GoogolPlex developers have created a unique Siri hack that makes the voice assistant compatible with third-party apps and connected home devices.
Archimedes would love this axe, which is not a wedge, but a lever. Continue reading →
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