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The newly-built Levi's Stadium utilizes both technologically and environmentally advanced ...

You might expect a major new sports stadium built in Silicon Valley to be super cutting edge – and you'd be right. The newly-built Levi's Stadium is home to the San Francisco 49ers. It seats 68,500 people and is one of the most technologically and environmentally innovative stadiums in the world.  Read More

Acer's new Chromebox is small, capable and well connected

Acer’s latest system doesn’t do anything too drastic with the tried and tested Chromebox form factor, but presents a well thought out, focused take on the hardware category. The Chromebox CX1 Series offers solid specs, good connectivity and is designed to feel right at home in small offices, schools and colleges.  Read More

The LeadaHose aims reduce the hassle of cleaning up a muddy dog

If your dog is anything like mine, when it sees a puddle, it jumps right in and soon looks more like a mud-covered warthog than man's best friend. LeadaHose aims to reduce the hassle of cleaning up – and perhaps help cool the dog down in hot weather too – by offering a leash that sports an integrated hose and connector.  Read More

Pure electrics like the Renault Zoe will take part in the 2014 MPG Marathon

The MPG Marathon, now in its fourth year, aims to demonstrate how fuel-efficient cars, route planning technology and eco-friendly driving skills can help to manage the rising cost of fuel. This year, electric vehicles, alongside range extenders and plug-in hybrids, will take part for the first time in its history.  Read More

Nuship Canberra transiting the waters of Jervis Bay, New South Wales (Photo: RAN)

The largest ship ever built for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has taken to sea as it begins its final contractor trials. The 27,800 tonne (30,600 ton) Nuship Canberra is the first of two Land Helicopter Dock (LHD) ships under construction for the Australian Defence Force and is billed by the RAN as “one of the most capable and sophisticated air–land-sea amphibious deployment systems in the world.”  Read More

A new system developed at Princeton University allows diabetics to check blood glucose lev...

Finger-prick tests to monitor blood glucose levels can be the bane of a diabetic's life. In a move that could put an end to such tests in the future, researchers at Princeton University have developed a non-invasive way to test blood glucose levels using a laser.  Read More

Gizmag puts the BMW S1000R through its paces in our video review (Photo: Chris Blain)

After giving the rundown on BMW's latest, greatest super-naked motorcycle, the S1000R, in our write-up a couple of days ago, it's time to sing the praises of the brother to BMW's S1000RR superbike with our video review.  Read More

Fusing 3D-printed beads with antibacterial or chemotherapeutic compounds provides the pote...

A great strength of 3D-printing in the field of medicine is the ability to provide low-cost, personalized implants molded to a patient's anatomy. Researchers from Louisiana Tech University have now taken the technology one step further, loading these custom implants with cancer-fighting and antiobiotic compounds as a means of better targeted drug delivery.  Read More

The one-of-a-kind BMW i8 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Edition

BMW celebrated the US launch of its all-new i8 plug-in sports car in style this past weekend. With the help of Jay Leno, the German automaker auctioned off a one-of-a-kind i8 at the Concours d'Elegance in Pebble Beach. When all was said and done, the specially treated i8 fetched the better part of a million dollars.  Read More

Whoosh Innovations has developed a 'fish gun' to help salmon bypass man-made obstacles whe...

If you live in an area where salmon spawn, then summer treats you to a free nature drama as the fish battle against currents, fight through rapids, struggle up tiny streams, and leap up waterfalls to return to the calm pools where they were born. Unfortunately, however intrepid the odd salmon is, they weren't built to take on a 300-ft tall hydroelectric dam. That's why Whooshh Innovations has developed a system that sucks the fish up through a plastic tube and shoots them over obstacles low and tall like so many piscatorial projectiles.  Read More

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