If you’ve ever camped, you know how difficult it can be to stay organized. There’s so much gear that you need just to eat, sleep and relax, and if you lose just one piece, it could ruin your whole trip. My Camp Kitchen is a kitchen storage solution that keeps all your cooking and eating gear in one neat package.
It has been predicted for years, but phones and tablets are finally starting to replace PCs and laptops rather than just supplement them.
An Ofcom study has found 16 per cent of adults now exclusively use smartphones or tablets to go online, a 10 per cent increase on last year.
The US Army and Marine Corps are set to test tanks with a new version of the iron dome’ system developed by the Israeli government.
The Trophy Active Protection System (APS) uses sensors to detect an anti tank missile is coming.
It then fires small rounds to deflect them, and can also use jammers to mislead the enemy.
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People paralysed from the neck down will soon be able to move robotic arms by thought alone thanks to wi-fi, according to a world-leading expert.
The first patients will be implanted with the devices by 2018, Professor John Donoghue told The Mail on Sunday.
Researchers have developed a sheet camera with a flexible lens array which could be wrapped around everyday objects, turning them into cameras. The project, which uses elastic optics, could also see the development of credit card-thin cameras which a photographer simply bends to change the field of view.
It took Voyager 1 over 30 years to reach interstellar space, but NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama is testing a new technology that could cut that time by two thirds. The Heliopause Electrostatic Rapid Transit System (HERTS) or E-sail concept is a novel form of propellant-less propulsion that catches the solar winds on electric sails and holds the promise of cutting the travel time from Earth to the heliopause – about 123 AU (18 billion km, 11 billion mi) from the Sun – to under 10 years.
Franky Zapata’s water-jet Flyboards have very quickly become a popular vacation experience, but the French jet ski champion has bigger goals in mind. Over the weekend, he released the first video that claims to show his new Flyboard Air in action. The Air ditches the water jet for what appears to be a jet turbine engine, and allows him to fly untethered through the sky to a maximum height of 10,000 feet and a maximum endurance of 10 minutes. It’s early days yet, but we humbly propose a jet race againstDavid Mayman and his JB-9 Jetpack.
Outside of China, Huawei isn’t one of the first names that springs to mind when it comes to smartphones, but the company wants to change that — and the new P9 and P9 Plus, co-engineered with photography expert Leica, are leading the charge. The two flagship phones were shown off at a media event in London today and we were there to take a look.