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Quay Quarter Tower in Sydney, Australia, will feature a twisted, angled façade

Traditional block high-rises generally only afford residents views of the building opposite. A new building in Sydney, Australia, however, is designed to provide more interesting views for those inside. Quay Quarter Tower comprises five stacked rotated sections that allow residents to see much more.  Read More

The Midnight Scoop is said to make ice cream scooping easier, and reduce strain placed on ... Ice cream can be very difficult to scoop straight from the freezer. Using traditional scoops in this situation can put a strain on the user's wrist without necessarily being that effective. The Midnight Scoop, however, is designed to protect the user's wrist, whilst making the scooping process easier.  Read More

A picture of the band, from Lund University's Malmö Academy of Music, in sound-check

Though musicians could probably point to numerous exquisite examples of custom instruments with relative ease, we'd wager that few would compare to those produced by Olaf Diegel. Now the Lund University professor has taken his creations to the stage for what he claims is the world's first gig using 3D-printed instruments.  Read More

The Confederate Motors X132 Hellcat Speedster is an evolution of the company's original X1...

Confederate Motorcycles has a carved out a reputation for creating strikingly designed hand-crafted bikes. Its latest offering serves only to strengthen that reputation. The X132 Hellcat Speedster is an evolution of the original Hellcat and looks just as mouthwatering.  Read More

The Pneumad is an inflatable portable shelter designed for the nomadic traveler

The speed and ease with which portable shelters can be erected are often two of their key attributes. One recently designed portable shelter promises to be not only quick to erect, but nigh on effortless. The Pneumad folds out from a car trailer and inflates automatically.  Read More

Cloud Citizen is an conceptual interconnected complex of three towers

Use of space and sustainability are key factors in designing the buildings of the future. This is especially evident in the concept designs for a building in Shenzhen, China. Cloud Citizen proposes a sprawling mix of huge interconnected towers, green spaces and environmental features.  Read More

EE has installed interactive LED lighting on the Wembley Stadium arch

Earlier this year, mobile operator EE announced a partnership with the home of the England national soccer team, Wembley Stadium. The six-year deal includes the installation of "state-of-the-art technologies" at the stadium. Amongst these is an LED lighting system that will illuminate the stadium's arch based on fan sentiment on social media.  Read More

Mercedes has released new Saloon (shown here) and Estate models of its AMG C 63

According to Mercedes, the C 63 AMG is the most popular AMG model ever created. Not content to stop at that, the firm has today released new Saloon and Estate versions of the car. As well as being more powerful, faster and greener, the new models include the fastest Mercedes C-Class ever produced.  Read More

A view of Earth captured from the paper airplane at 96,563 feet (Photo: 1st Lt Gary Brown)

For most people, paper airplanes are something you launched across school classrooms as a kid. A team of US Air Force auxiliary volunteers, however, has been taking it far more seriously. The team launched a paper airplane from a high-altitude balloon at 96,563 ft (29,432 m), taking the world record in the process.  Read More

Ciara Judge, Émer Hickey and Sophie Healy-Thow found that Diazotroph bacteria could reduce...

Google has announced the winners of this years Google Science Fair, an annual, worldwide science and technology competition for 13-18 year olds. This year's Grand Prize winner is a project that used bacteria to speed up the germination process of certain crops.  Read More

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