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This Trick Helps You Peel Garlic In Seconds (It Really Works!)

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Category: opensourceSource:  lifehackJan 12th, 2017

Redecorating the secret lair? Bodyfriend Aventar massage chair will fit right in

The Bodyfriend Aventar massage chair is smart enough to scan your body for health stats but also works as a gaming chair. It can react to VR videos or games, vibrating along to add an extra dimension. The post Redecorating the secret lair? Bodyfrien.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 14th, 2017

Mindfulness May Intervene Childhood Obesity, Study Claims.

A new study reveals that being mindful can help children prevent obesity as it helps them control overeating impulses......»»

Category: scienceSource:  sciencetimesRelated NewsJan 14th, 2017

Swiss clockwork pacemaker gives your heart the Rolex treatment

Researchers in Switzerland are working on a clockwork pacemaker with all the mechanical ingenuity of a high-end Swiss watch. Here's how it works, and why it may be vastly superior to other options. The post Swiss clockwork pacemaker gives your heart.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

The key to smaller cameras that don’t suck could lie in this incredible material

Researchers recently used graphene to develop a tiny camera sensor with a high resolution -- and low noise levels. The supermaterial helps the smaller sensors to manage more pixels without degrading image quality. The post The key to smaller cameras.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

Paper centrifuge can spin at an astonishing 125,000 revolutions per minute

Manu Prakash, professor of bioengineering at Stanford University, has built a low-cost paper centrifuge based on a classic children’s toy, the whirligig. Here's how it works -- and why it's so awesome. The post Paper centrifuge can spin at an aston.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

Clockwork pacemaker powered by the beating of your heart helps keep it ticking

Researchers in Switzerland are working on a clockwork pacemaker with all the mechanical ingenuity of a high-end Swiss watch. Here's how it works, and why it may be vastly superior to other options. The post Clockwork pacemaker powered by the beating.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

Low-cost paper centrifuge needs no electricity, may boost access to devices

Manu Prakash, professor of bioengineering at Stanford University, has built a low-cost paper centrifuge based on a classic children’s toy, the whirligig. Here's how it works -- and why it's so awesome. The post Low-cost paper centrifuge needs no el.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

New heat storage system uses chemical reaction to bottle up the summer sun

Swiss researchers have come up with a smart process that allows people to store heat in the warmer months of the summer for use during the colder parts of the year. Here's how it works. The post New heat storage system uses chemical reaction to bottl.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

Swiss researchers invent method for bottling up summer sun for the winter

Swiss researchers have come up with a smart process that allows people to store heat in the warmer months of the summer for use during the colder parts of the year. Here's how it works. The post Swiss researchers invent method for bottling up summer.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

Update: Ludicrous+ sends Tesla Model S P100D to 60 mph in 2.41 seconds

Tesla has released an over-the-air software update for the P100D variants of the Model S and the Model X. The update adds a new mode named Ludicrous+ that lowers the 0-to-60 time of the Model S to 2.4 seconds. The post Update: Ludicrous+ sends Tesla.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

The Complete Works of “Weird Al” Yankovic Will Come in a Delightful Fake Accordion

Can you believe “Weird Al” Yankovic has been parodying popular music for 33 years now? It’s a testament to his talents as a musician and songwriter that he’s still around all these years later, and if you’re as big a fan of “Weird Al” n.....»»

Category: topSource:  gizmodoRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

Scientists genetically modified salmonella to eat cancerous tumors

A new research project carried out by biomedical engineers at Duke University shows how salmonella food poisoning can be modified to become a cancer-seeking missile. Here's how it works. The post Scientists genetically modified salmonella to eat canc.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

Apple Watch stand turns your favorite wearable into a mini Macintosh

Christmas is over, but a $15 silicone smartwatch stand could still stuff your stockings if you’re one of millions of lazy people who have yet to take them down. The Elago W3 stand looks like a miniature Macintosh and works with Series 1 and Series.....»»

Category: topSource:  thenextwebRelated NewsJan 12th, 2017

Scientists trained genetically modified salmonella to eat cancerous tumors

A new research project carried out by biomedical engineers at Duke University shows how salmonella food poisoning can be modified to become a cancer-seeking missile. Here's how it works. The post Scientists trained genetically modified salmonella to.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 12th, 2017

Biologists discover how viruses hijack cell"s machinery

Biologists have documented for the first time how very large viruses reprogram the cellular machinery of bacteria during infection to more closely resemble an animal or human cell -- a process that allows these alien invaders to trick cells into prod.....»»

Category: biomedSource:  sciencedailyRelated NewsJan 12th, 2017

‘Series of Unfortunate Events’ season 2 in works despite not getting an OK yet

Netflix hasn't renewed Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events for season 2 yet, but the show's writers are definitely "optimistic." They're hard at work on the second season already. The post ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’ season.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 12th, 2017

Hack reveals data company Cellebrite works with everyone from US cops to Russia

Cellebrite unaware of "increased risk to customers as a result of this incident." Enlarge / Leeor Ben-Peretz is the executive vice president of the Israeli firm Cellebrite. (credit: JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images) On Thursday, Vice Motherboard rep.....»»

Category: topSource:  arstechnicaRelated NewsJan 12th, 2017

Vampire bats now snacking on human blood - CNET

Garlic won't save you. Some vampire bats in Brazil surprised scientists by adding human blood to their diets......»»

Category: gadgetSource:  cnetRelated NewsJan 12th, 2017

Biologists discover how viruses hijack cell"s machinery

Biologists at UC San Diego have documented for the first time how very large viruses reprogram the cellular machinery of bacteria during infection to more closely resemble an animal or human cell—a process that allows these alien invaders to trick.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated NewsJan 12th, 2017

Researchers’ new algorithm helps computers distinguish between people with the same name

Teaching computers to do anything takes time and effort, but teaching them how to tell the difference between people with the same names has proved a real challenge. Now though, university researchers believe they may have cracked it. The post Resear.....»»

Category: topSource:  digitaltrendsRelated NewsJan 12th, 2017