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Significant improves have been made to the cell sorting technique since its announcement i...

A team of researchers from MIT, Pennsylvania State University and Carnegie Mellon University has announced key improvements to its acoustic wave-harnessing cell sorting method unveiled last year. The device, which is intended for use in the detection of cancer cells in the bloodstream, is now able to obtain accurate results from a patient sample in as little as five hours.  Read More

The attached hardware allowed the blind rats to regain spatial awareness (Image: Norimoto/...

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have successfully used geomagnetic compasses to help blind rats navigate with a similar level of success to their fully-sighted counterparts. The team believes that the technology may be useful in helping blind people move around more freely.  Read More

HTC attempts to breathe new life into its 2014 flagship with the M8s Though HTC's glossy new One M9 handset might have been have only been in our hands for a short time, the company has already announced its next new device – the mid-ranged One M8s. The handset offers a few spec changes from the 2014 flagship, switching out the camera module, processor and battery.  Read More

The new tool is designed to be clinically beneficial and socially engaging (Image: Christi...

A combined research effort between MIT and Northwestern University has led to the development of a new socially engaging tool designed to help people cope with depression. Focusing on a technique known as cognitive reappraisal, the application allows members to both receive help from others, and offer it themselves.  Read More

The latest Galileo satellites were launched on March 27 aboard a Soyuz rocket (Photo: ESA/...

Two new Galileo satellites have been successfully placed in orbit, joining the existing six probes in the constellation that aim to provide a European alternative to GPS and Glonass networks. The operation went off without a hitch – something that can't be said for the troubled assent of the fifth and sixth Galileo satellites.  Read More

The Volvorii Timeless pack E Ink panels and link to iOS and Android devices

iShuu Tech's Volvorii Timeless shoes aim to continue the trend of bringing E Ink technology to fashion, integrating a user-customizable, flexible panel into a pair of high heels. The product is currently seeking support through a crowdfunding campaign.  Read More

The technique uses satellite radar imagery to observe ground displacement, giving research...

Researchers from the University of Iowa and United States Geographical Survey (USGS) have developed a method of using satellite and GPS data to characterize earthquake fault lines in real time, helping to deliver aid more accurately and with greater speed than current systems allow.  Read More

The kSafe is a smart safe designed to help users manage their temptations

The kSafe is a smart safe designed to turn temptation into motivation by locking items away until the user has earned them through either hitting an activity goal, spending time at a specific location such as a library, or simply waiting until a pre-determined time for the lid to unlock. The device is currently the subject of a crowdfunding campaign.  Read More

Gizmag headed to Baselworld 2015 to take a look at the latest the watch and jewelery world...

Given the premier nature of Switzerland's watchmaking industry, the level of excitement, glitz and glamor that surrounds Baselworld should come as no surprise. The town of Basel, nestled as it is just minutes from the French and German borders, was littered with banners, flags and posters this month, signalling the arrival of the biggest event on any watchmaker's calendar. Once again, Gizmag joined the thousands of trade, press and public attendees in search of the latest and greatest in wrist-worn fashion and innovation.  Read More

The watch offers industrial styling and an unconventional representation of time (Photo: C...

The Timeburner is a novelty timepiece designed as a tribute to early combustion engines. It features a piston-driven representation of time, and comes in an industrial-looking, distinctive case. Gizmag took a look at the timepiece at Baselworld 2015.  Read More

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