Category Archives: Science and Technology

Are You Ready For The In-Home Machine That Folds Your Clothes? Here Comes The FoldiMate [VIDEO]

Most people find the folding of clothes to be the most tedious part of the washing process.  Most can get them to the washer, then the dryer but, then…to the laundry basket, couch, or bed they go and sit…and sit…and sit. Other Science and Technology These Are The Two Heroes Who Stopped Texas Church Shooter Devin Patrick Kelley [VIDEO]Nov 7, […]

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How the FAA Shot Down “Uber for Planes”

Imagine traveling from Boston to Martha’s Vineyard in under an hour and for less than $70. Believe it or not, this option was available from Flytenow’s website or app, by looking for a general aviation pilot who was making that trip, and then splitting the cost with that pilot and whoever else was sharing the flight. Entrepreneurs were bringing private […]

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Forget Big Brother, Facebook Is Watching (And Listening) To Everything You Do [VIDEO]

It’s irresistible, enticing and addicting.  And, as reports, it’s available 24-hours a day all over the world to billions of people. Facebook beckons to users seemingly with a two-prong approach – both the pressure and pleasure to post. We share stories, photos, triumphs and tragedies. It is ingrained into our daily lives so deeply that studies show people check […]

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Google Releases Its Robotic Dog In The Wild, Leads To The Following “Close Encounter” [VIDEO]

One week ago we showed a clip by Google-owned Boston Dynamics in which a 5’9″, 180lbs humanoid robot called Atlas engaged in various human activities, such as walking, picking itself up, opening doors, and carrying heavy loads. The robot in question, clearly an old prototype (which prompted many to wonder just how far advanced is the underlying technology now if […]

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One Step Closer To Fusion Power [VIDEO]

One of the biggest obstacles to making fusion power practical — and realizing its promise of virtually limitless and relatively clean energy — has been that computer models have been unable to predict how the hot, electrically charged gas inside a fusion reactor behaves under the intense heat and pressure required to make atoms stick together. Share This Article

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