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Kohler's new toilet seat de-stinks the bathroom, but may turn you off of avocados


If you're like most people, you probably don't like leaving the bathroom smelling of "what you've done" after using the toilet.

BAE Systems develops advanced radar for Eurofighter Typhoon


BAE Systems is in the process of developing and testing a next-generation radar system for the Eurofighter Typhoon.

Blu-ray discs could help make better solar cells


Blu-ray discs have proven themselves superior to DVDs as storage media in light of their high capacity, high definition, and higher transfer rate.

2014 Best Kids' Tablets Buying Guide


Are you fed up with handing over your tablet every time your child wants to play their favorite game, or use it with their latest tech toy?

Pinć wants to bring virtual reality to mainstream computing


While most virtual reality headsets place an emphasis on gaming, Canadian company Cordon Media believes that the technology is suited to everyday computing tasks such as browsing the web or watching video.

Samsung eye-tracking tech lets disabled users browse the web


Samsung has announced a new, updated version of its eye-tracking mouse. Known as Eyecan+, the technology uses a combination of hardware and software to allow people with disabilities to browse the web, as well as compose and edit documents.

Smart Kapp whiteboard shares content in real time


At times it may feel like the only thing less interesting than the meeting you're in is the whiteboard on which notes are being made.

Flow is designed to pick up where the mouse leaves off


When it comes to interacting with our devices, the mouse and the touchscreen are the predominate methods.

Third Qatar 2022 World Cup stadium will keep pitch at 26 degrees Celsius


With the Al Wakrah and Al Bayt stadium designs already announced, a third design has now been unveiled for use at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Underwater robot provides first detailed, high-resolution 3D maps of Antarctic sea ice


Antarctic scientists have combined measurements provided by an underwater robot with existing satellite data to show that Antarctic sea ice may be thicker than previously thought.

Hush earplugs send you to sleep with soothing sounds


Trying to get to sleep when there's unwanted noise in the background can be a fruitless and frustrating experience.

British artist pledges 28 days in isolation wearing a VR headset


In a attempt to look at how our relationship with technology can potentially change our inherent identity, British artist Mark Farid is pledging to spend 28 days isolated inside virtual reality, seeing only footage of someone else's life.

The 10ft Apple-Certified MFi Lightning Cable


Most people would agree that Apple is really quite good at technology. Sadly, that expertise doesn’t stretch — pun intended — to cables.

The 10ft Apple-Certified MFi Lightning Cable


Most people would agree that Apple is really quite good at technology. Sadly, that expertise doesn’t stretch — pun intended — to making decent cables.

Kairos TBand turns almost any watch into a smartwatch


Smartwatches may be to the time-and-date mechanical timepiece what the smartphone is to the landline candlestick job, but not everyone likes digital watches, much less smart ones.

Kairos TBand turns almost any watch into a smartwatch


Smartwatches may be to the time-and-date mechanical timepiece what the smartphone is to the landline candlestick job, but not everyone likes digital watches, much less smart ones.

Protein that wakes up the brain could provide target for Alzheimer's prevention


In recent years, research has linked sleep problems to Alzheimer’s disease. This relationship involves a neurotransmitter called orexin that awakens the brain from sleep and has shown to be heightened in moderate to severe sufferers of Alzheimer’s.

Green living: Gizmag's Top 10 sustainable houses


The cost of a house can be counted in dollars, but the construction and running of a house takes a toll on the environment that's harder to measure.

Magnetically-directed nanoparticles could help heal broken bones


When a bone is severely broken in the human body, or a bone-fused prosthesis is implanted, a bone graft is also often required to ensure a solid mechanical repair.

Helios Bluetooth solar-powered headphones aim to cut the cord for good


We first came across the idea of solar-powered Bluetooth headphones back in 2009. Five years later, the proliferation of Bluetooth LE and the capability of today's solar cells has given London-based startup Exod the tools needed to turn the concept into reality.


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