Robots are being developed all the time to do what we wish and to go where we can’t.
Nothing beats “mailbox money” when it comes to boosting your bottom line.
In pursuit of such goals, Capetonian Roger Matthews, a master plumber, retreated to his study for two years to devise a system that could help the poor, travellers or even the elite.
Seeing potential in the product and brand, the two women began working on the concept in 2007, at a time when Rachelle and husband Kenji had an infant (Stella, now 6) and a toddler (Sam, now 9) at home.
Called the “GoodDrivR,” the tool is a small, hand-held device that can help drivers —especially inexperienced teens — time themselves for the 200-yard (or three-second) “minimum safe following distance” rule.
A company called Kite Bricks is out to disrupt the construction business starting with the humble brick.
Grade-school students in a northeastern Brazilian city are using uniforms embedded with locator chips that help alert parents if they’re cutting classes, the city’s education secretary said Thursday.
Johnson’s latest JTEC prototype, which looks like a desktop model for a next-generation moonshine still, features two fuel-cell-like stacks, or chambers, filled with hydrogen gas and connected by steel tubes with round pressure gauges.
We present a throwable panoramic camera that solves these problems.