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Wireless eyes for the blind

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Numerous people across the world suffer from various eye diseases that can also lead to loss of vision. However, thanks to technology, a solution for this is on its way. E.J.Chichilnisky from Stanford University is planning to take retinal implants to another level by creating a device that can revolutionize …

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New smartphone with ‘holographic display’

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A leading company marked itself the first one to introduce a holographic smartphone costing $1,200. RED Camera is a leading manufacturer of professional digital cinema cameras. Its CEO Jim Jannard disclosed that the company has been working to create the holographic screen with a company Leia Inc, a spin-off from …

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Clothes that can grow with your child

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A researcher just recently altered the way of children clothing by creating clothes that grow with the child. Ryan Yasin, a student from London created a new type of material that grows with kids as they mature. Named as ‘Petit Pli’, the clothes are designed from a pleated water-proof, recyclable …

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Rickshaws to jumpstart all-electric drive in India

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India will roll out nearly 100,000 battery-powered buses and auto rickshaws onto its sulphurous city streets in the coming weeks, setting it on the bumpy road to making new vehicle sales all-electric by 2030. India, one of the world´s most polluted nations, has one of the most ambitious plans to …

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Criticism of Equifax data breach response mounts, shares tumble

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Equifax Inc (EFX.N) faced a storm of criticism on Friday over a hack that may have compromised personal data for some 143 million Americans, with consumers clamoring for answers and cyber security experts questioning the response to the massive breach. Lawmakers and regulators joined the chorus, scrutinizing the company’s follow-up …

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Warm Antarctic caves harbour secret life: scientists

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A secret world of animals and plants — including unknown species — may live in warm caves under Antarctica’s glaciers, scientists said on Friday. The caves, hollowed out by steam from active volcanoes, are light and could reach temperatures of 25 degrees Celsius (77 Fahrenheit), researchers said, raising the possibility …

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