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A Danish bicycle maker has developed their first electric car with four engines and an open design.
A Chinese company has developed a device that uses WiFi signals to detect when someone has fallen.
A new type of optical gyroscope could allow mobile devices to shrink even further.
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A new sunshade design could keep buildings cool without using any energy.
An artist has created a calendar that helps users keep track of their goals and accomplishments.
Students in South Africa have developed a way to convert human urine into building materials.
In an event of a fire a new smart device can help direct firefighters to those most in need of rescue.
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A new intragastric balloon can be implanted without the need for expensive surgery.
New, lightweight haptic feedback gloves provide a realistic feeling of lifting and manipulating virtual objects.
Simple mechanical tools can turn many home appliances into smart devices.
A new company offers sports fans the chance to have unique experiences with sports teams and personalities.
A new smart mirror can analyse the users’ face for blemishes, and then recommend products to correct them.
A new travel app uses image recognition to book a holiday based on a photo.
A new company matches autistic workers with jobs that make the most of their unique skills.
Our new Tech Explained brings you up to speed with the future of computing by identifying what makes quantum computing so different and how it can be used to manipulate subatomic particles.
A magazine has developed a low-tech website that uses only solar power.
New smart glasses are controlled through a ring and project holograms into the wearer’s eyes.
Researchers have developed a technique for printing ceramics that can self-reshape.
A new menstrual pad collects period blood for diagnostic testing on a subscription basis.