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View of the showcase of a 'Sex Shop'.

Sex toys are making a comeback to CES 2020

Lora Dicarlo, a sex tech company banned in 2019 from the Consumers Electronic Show, is making a comeback this year. 

Section of a prototype accelerator on a chip, magnified 25,000 times.

Stanford researchers build a particle accelerator that fits on a chip

A Stanford team has prototyped a silicon chip that packs some of the punch delivered by ginormous particle accelerators

The surface of a multicillated cell.

How cells learn to 'count'

Trillions of mammalian cells achieve this uniformity but some consistently break this mold to fulfill unique functions.

View of an operating room in a hospital.

How can healthcare achieve real technology driven transformation?

Real transformation in healthcare through the adoption of artificial intelligence, robotics, telecommunications, and other advanced technologies could provide significant improvements in healthcare quality

The first image of a black hole

Science's 2019 breakthrough of the year: the first image of a black hole

Honoring a feat that was once considered impossible, Science has named the Event Horizon Telescope's image of a supermassive black hole as its 2019 Breakthrough of the Year

Person holding a paper with Wifi symbol

Facts About Illegal WiFi Hotspots in Cuba

The Internet in Cuba was introduced in the late ’90s, but it wasn’t until 2007 that it’s greatly improved

Man driving a car.

How vulnerable is your car to cyberattacks?

The emergence of smart cars has opened the door to limitless possibilities for technology and innovation - but also to threats beyond the car itself

Electric seaplane.

The future takes off from the water in Canada

On December 10th, a fully electric plane made its first flight.

Smartphone showing the apps.

Teens must 'get smart' about social media

New research indicates that social media is leading young adolescent girls and boys down a worrying path towards developing body image issues and eating disorder behaviours

Folding cell in honor of Pablo Escobar.

How is the new Pablo Escobar's smartphone?

The brother of the Colombian drug trafficker launched a folding smartphone in honor of Pablo Escobar .

Person holding on a cellphone showing applications.

Try these 10 Google apps

Beyond Gmail or YouTube, Google has developed applications that will certainly help in your daily life.

Woman holding a smartphone.

Five co parenting apps you need to know about

We understand that parenting may be challenging for you and your partner, but help is out there as an app

Is it worth leaving Facebook for WT: Social?

We have already tried the new social network of Wikipedia and here we give you our first impressions.

San Andreas Fault and Plate Boundaries

Can a UNICORN outrun earthquakes?

The new solver can be used as a tool to aid scientists in the arduous task of long-term earthquake forecasting.
 

Man holding the steering wheel while driving.

Listening to music while driving reduces cardiac stress

A study by Brazilian researchers suggests that cardiac overload due to the stress of driving in heavy traffic can be attenuated by listening to instrumental music

Plants may be better than technology at mitigating air pollution, a new study shows.

Nature might be better than tech at reducing air pollution

Adding plants and trees to the landscapes near factories and other pollution sources could reduce air pollution by an average of 27 percent, new research suggests

Woman browsing on her laptop

Digital gender divide is growing, What can we do?

52 percent of women in the world are not connected.

Plastic brain model.

How your friends' brain look like while thinking of you

If you ever wondered what's going on in your friends' brains when they think about you, new research may provide a clue.

World Wide Network Of Women

Everything you need to know about the World Wide Network Of Women

Every year we gather with both men and women in related industries to collaborate and strengthen our relationships with key partnerships and notable individuals

Hands of an elderly man on a cane

Machine learning leads to novel way to track tremor severity in Parkinson's patients

There is an urgent need for an approach that can continuously measure tremors accurately without the need for patients to perform specific tasks

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