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Tech of the Week: The Future of 3D “Bioficial” Hearts

Much like augmented reality technology is advancing across industries like construction and education, the healthcare industry is learning to harness 3D technology. Scientists are hoping to create organs using this technology for patients who would otherwise become terminal. Recently, there have been successful cases of implanting artificially printed windpipes and other small body parts into […]

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Tech of the Week: Amazon 3D Smartphone

Augmented reality software has been taking the technology world by storm and soon it will become easier than ever to hold that power in the palm of your hand. Amazon showcased their first line of smartphones with never before seen features on June 18th. “The most novel aspect of Amazon’s upcoming smartphone is its 3D […]

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Tech of the Week: Imogen Heap’s Mi.Mu Gloves for Creating Music

No matter where you live or who you are, chances are music is a part of your life. Advances in technology are improving how music is created and performed all over the world. Up until now, however, electronic music performers have been constrained to just using their laptops and equipment during shows. Thanks to singer-songwriter […]

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Tech of the Week: Charge Your Phone in 30 Seconds with StoreDot

The time it takes to charge a smartphone has long annoyed consumers. StoreDot is solving this problem by creating a prototype charger that can charge a Samsung Galaxy S4 in 30 seconds. StoreDot, created out of the nanotechnology department at Tel Aviv University, has been developing biological semiconductors that can charge significantly quicker. “The prototype […]

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Innovative Technology of the Week: New Smart Bandages Deliver Medication

Advances in medical research and technology are beginning to provide ways consumers can be active in becoming healthier and more independent of health care facilities. Patients suffering from disorders such as Parkinson’s disease will soon find relief from the “drug patch” researchers at MC10, a startup in Cambridge, Massachusetts, are currently developing. This type of […]

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Tech of the Week: CHAT Device Translates Dolphin Communication

Dolphins are known as incredibly intelligent creatures of the sea, but exactly how much they can comprehend has been somewhat of a mystery until now. A “dolphin translator” is now being developed and tested by researchers at the Wild Dolphin Project to start deciphering dolphin whistles into communications humans can understand. “The whistle picked up […]

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Innovative Technology of the Week: Computer That Detects How You Are Feeling

Dell Research is investigating how the presence of technology in our everyday lives can affect our state of being. “Dell Research, a new division of the recently privatized Dell, is conducting early experiments with brain and body sensors to detect a person’s mood for use in computers involved with education and communications. It could also […]

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Innovative Technology of the Week: Bluetooth Ring that Turns Your Hand Into a Wireless Controller by RHL Vision

With technology running rampant, consumers are seeking easier ways to control their devices. That is exactly what RHL Vision has solved with their Bluetooth ring, Fin. Fin allows your hand to become a wireless controller for your smartphone, TV, and other devices. “Fin is worn on your thumb and has a tiny optical sensor that […]

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