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The first color image of Pluto snapped by New Horizons (Photo: NASA/Johns Hopkins Universi...

As it edges ever closer to its landmark flyby of Pluto in July, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has returned its first color image of the dwarf planet and its largest moon Charon. This first blurry image marks the beginning of what will be an extensive and informative color photo series of the as-yet unexplored planet.  Read More

The Transmitr system includes a headlight, wireless remote, and tail light Headlights, tail lights and even turn indicators certainly make cycling safer, but reaching around to operate all those devices at once could be a bit awkward. That's why Bontrager has announced its new Transmitr system. It allows multiple lights to be controlled from one handlebar-mounted remote, via the ANT+ wireless protocol.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the best smartphones you can buy in early 2015

With the first round of 2015 flagship phones hitting store shelves, we thought this would be a good time to revisit our Smartphone Comparison Guide. Join us as we run down the features and specs of some of the top phones you can buy today.  Read More

The AWIRE keeps two-way radio communications at the ready

Mobile phones are great, but they're not ideal for every communications needs. When you're skiing down a mountain, the last thing you want to do is carve to a stop, dig around your triple-layer winterwear for your phone, and answer just to hear your buddy tell you he's waiting in the lodge – which is where you were skiing down to to meet him. The AWIRE wearable two-way radio promises to deliver that type of conversation in mere seconds so you can get on with your life. It also pairs with your smartphone to route calls and music directly to your ears.  Read More

The Micra TPS (bottom right) as compared to a conventional pacemaker (Image: Medtronic)

Two years ago we heard about the Nanostim, a pacemaker that's less than 10 percent the size of a regular model. While it's pretty darn small, Medtronic's just-announced Micra TPS (Transcatheter Pacing System) is reportedly even tinier. Billed as the world's smallest pacemaker, it's described as being the size of a large vitamin capsule – and it can be implanted using a catheter.  Read More

Crispin Sinclair Innovation's Babel Bike on London's Tower Bridge

While inclement weather and exertion are certainly factors, one of the big reasons that many people don't commute by bike is the fear of getting hit by cars. London-based Crispin Sinclair Innovation has set about addressing that fact, with its new Babel Bike. Offering features such as a protective cage around the rider, it's being promoted as "the world's safest bicycle."  Read More

Sony has revealed new compact travel cameras which all pack in a big 30x zoom lens

Sony has updated its line-up of point-and-shoot cameras with three new super-zoom models, including two which feature a pop-up OLED viewfinder and lens control rings. The HX90, HX90V and WX500 all use the same 18-megapixel sensor, 30x zoom lens and BIONZ X image processor, but there are a number of important distinguishing features between the cameras.  Read More

T cells attack a cancer cell  (Image: Shutterstock)

A team of MIT researchers has developed a new approach to attacking cancer, creating a method that allows two major branches of the immune system to work together. The new technique, which is known as cancer immunotherapy, has already proved successful in tests on laboratory mice.  Read More

The stylish Faraday Porteur electric bicycle offers 20 miles (32 km) of pedal-assist Almost three years have passed since we originally reported on the Faraday Porteur electric bicycle, and following a successful Kickstarter campaign, it has finally hit the market. The stylish e-bike is available in British Racing Green and Classic White, and will set you back US$3,500.  Read More

Mazda's Bike by Kodo concept is said to be a reimagining of the modern racing bicycle (Pho... Japanese carmaker Mazda has applied its Kodo design philosophy to two new artworks. The firm has unveiled its Bike by Kodo and Sofa by Kodo concepts as part of Milan Design Week. The designs seek to portray the "effortless and powerful" movement of wild animals.  Read More

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