Now that we know that Dubai is set to see flying cars soon, residents are amazed that this thing of science fiction is now turning into reality. Continue reading 5 ways how flying cars will end road rage in Dubai
As the US space agency NASA prepares to send its next Mars 2020 mission in search of signs of life on the Red Planet, a Pasadena-based company is busy developing the rover’s robotic arm which, it says, will be more efficient than the one currently deployed on the Curiosity rover. Continue reading Mars 2020 rover set to sport more efficient robotic arm
Have you ever thought of having a Tablet that can be stretched from small to a large size, or a wall paper that turns a wall into an electronic display? This imagination may soon be a future reality. Continue reading Stretchable tablet may be future reality
A team of Australian scientists are using a world-first approach combining three-dimensional (3D) printing and virtual reality (VR) to bring a dinosaur “back to life”. Continue reading 3D printing, virtual reality used to bring dinosaur to ‘life’
Google has announced that it was “years closer” to deliver internet to remote parts of the world using high-flying balloons. Continue reading Google to soon provide internet in rural areas through balloons
Researchers have developed an app that could help people speak the language of eyes—literally. Continue reading This smartphone app can help speak language of eyes!
A team of scientists has developed small, soft biological robots—bio-bots—that can walk and swim on their own or when triggered by electrical or light signals. Continue reading Scientists develop humanlike biological robots
We’ve all have heard of last-minute travel planning, but is it really possible to plan your travel just minutes before jumping on the plane?
Yes indeed, and there’s an app for it. Continue reading The Uber for private jets is no flight of fancy
Dubai is a ‘smart’ city, but you may ask: what’s so smart about getting stuck in traffic every day, at times for hours? Continue reading Flying cars: Dubai’s answer to your daily traffic struggle
A smartphone app that records bumps, bangs and vibration data on trains has the potential to improve train ride comfort and railway safety, says a study. Continue reading Smartphone app to improve rail safety, ride comfort