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L’Oreal Will 3D Print Skin to Test Cosmetics

The cosmetics giant is now teaming up with 3D bioprinting company Organovo to generate skin to test cosmetics of their very own.

Researchers Develop an Incredible Battery

Researchers at Nanyang Technology University have developed new lithium ion batteries that can reach a 70% charge in only two minutes. That charge alone could then last for over 20 years - several times longer than the what the cells in your current laptop and smartphone are capable of.

Dolby Atmos

There is a good possibility that you haven’t quite yet been able to experience movies to the fullest.  With Dolby’s most recent sound processing engine, Dolby Atmos, you can begin to fully experience the thoughts and visions of directors.  There are currently only a handful of theaters...

These New Breeds of Robot Will Make You Cry

If you've ever dreamt had nightmares of robots becoming too much like their organic counterparts, then prepare to fear some more: these new breeds of robot designed under the principles of Biomimicry will make you pee. your. pants. [caption id="attachment_6564" align="aligncenter" width="970"]...

Google Chromecast vs. Apple AirPlay

Showtime Showdown "Everyone loves their phones, tablets, and laptops," said Google. "Unlike other solutions, we will not force you to have the same operating system on all your devices." Google is throwing a punch at Apple with their new Google Chromecast, a tiny $35 dongle that lets anyone...

Microsoft to dabble in Home Automation

Software giant Microsoft wants you to install Windows in your home. No, not the kind made of glass––the company’s researchers have been busy developing software that will make it easier for homes to be automated, controlled and monitored via Internet connectivity. Although there are many...

Redbox Instant: Taking Over America, One Home at a Time

Redbox Instant by Verizon, a joint venture by Redbox and Verizon, is now coming to a Roku player near you. The video streaming service, developed to compete with Netflix, Hulu and Vudu, is taking a double-punch approach that allows its subscribers unlimited video streaming and four free physical...

Roku 3: the new, fully-loaded streaming player

The era of cable and satellite subscriptions are coming to a screeching halt, and tech giants like Apple and Google are racing to get consumers hooked onto their own media-streaming services in order to keep up with the new norm. [caption id="attachment_6285" align="alignleft" width="620"] The new ...

WWDC and E3: The Tech Toys of the (Near) Future

With the wake of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) and the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) coming to a calm, we have highlighted the biggest and most-anticipated tech toys of 2013:   iOS 7. Arguably the biggest announcement of the year in consumer technology is...

Green Tech Tip: Investing in LED

Energy conservation and energy savings have always gone hand in hand. By making smarter, more eco-friendly choices, not only are you benefiting Mother Nature, but you have the chance to give a little back to your wallet too. There are countless organizations that have helped lend a hand – and...

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