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Use Of Robotics Surgery On The Rise

Use Of Robotics Surgery On The Rise

Tremendous advances are being made in the field of medicine, especially when it comes to surgery, with the help of robotics. Using various combinations of cutting-edge technology, physicians are now able to perform surgeries that are far less invasive than operations using traditional methods. One surgical robotics company has presented itself as …

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Franky Zapata Sets Guinness World Record for Farthest Hoverboard Flight

Franky Zapata Sets Guinness World Record for Farthest Hoverboard Flight

Franky Zapata, the French jet ski champion who invented the Flyboard Air, has set a new Guinness World Record for the farthest hoverboard flight. Zapata achieved the feat Saturday morning off the coast of Sausset-les-Pins in the south of France, riding his Flyboard Air hoverboard for a distance of more than …

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New Puma Robotic Running Companion ‘Beatbot’ Can Keep Pace With Usain Bolt

New Puma Robotic Running Companion Can Keep Pace With Usain Bolt

While wearables have taken off in the past few years to help people track their fitness levels and increase motivation, PUMA shifts the focus to peripheral technology by introducing the BeatBot. The programmable and self-driving robot creates a visual target as it races alongside you, providing a separate cue to beat from …

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Google Files Patent for Electronic Device That Is Injected Into Eyeball

Google Files Patent for Electronic Device That Is Injected Into Eyeball

Merging biology with electronics isn’t a question of if, but when. Some enterprising biohackers have even decided that the time is now. Google-parent Alphabet appears to be preparing for our cybernetic future with a new patent for electronics that can be injected onto your eye. The company has been interested in eyeball tech for awhile, …

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New 2017 Land Rover Makes Sure You Don’t Forget Your Wallet

New 2017 Land Rover Makes Sure You Don't Forget Your Wallet

What if your car could warn you that you were missing something before you pulled out of the parking lot? Lost-item-locator startup Tile and Jaguar Land Rover are teaming up to make this scenario a reality. Tile, a four-year-old company, makes $25 Bluetooth-enabled trackers that you can stick onto your …

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Why Germany’s Direct Approach To Texting Pedestrians Should Inspire All Major US Lawmakers

  Watch out Ampelmann there is a new German crosswalk helper in town, and he is so down to earth he is in the ground (literally)! These days phones are distracting most of us from important things in life. Things like awkward social gatherings, meeting fun new possible murderers on …

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Dead Body Found at Apple’s Headquarters in Cupertino, California

Dead Body Found at Apple's Headquarters in Cupertino, California

Reports are coming in that a dead body has been found at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, CA. Though it appears that neither Apple nor local law enforcements authorities are commenting, Matt Keller, a reporter for ABC7 News out of San Jose, has said that it was a man and a gun …

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Sales of the iPhone Decreases For the First Time in Its History

Sales of the iPhone Decreases For the First Time in Its History

Apple Inc had seen nothing but growth for  13 years, largely because of the sales of its claim to fame, the iPhone. It was a record of success few corporations could rival. That winning streak was snapped on Tuesday. The company made its quarterly report and showed that the sales …

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Solar-Powered Plane Completes Journey Across Pacific Ocean

A solar-powered airplane landed in California on Saturday, completing the first stage of its daunting mission to travel across the world. Pilot Bertrand Piccard landed the Solar Impulse 2 in Mountain View, in the Silicon Valley south of San Francisco, at 11:45 p.m. following a 62-hour, nonstop solo flight without fuel. The plane …

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Google Doodle Honors Prince With a Virtual Purple Rain

Google Doodle Honors Prince With a Virtual Purple Rain

Google commemorated musical artist Prince, who died on Thursday, with a special version of its homepage logo. The Google Doodle for Prince is basically a purple version of the typically multi-colored Google logo, with animated purple rain falling in the background — a reference to Prince’s hit song and 1984 film “Purple Rain.” Click on …

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