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New York’s Momofuku Nishi is the first restaurant to serve veggie burgers that ‘bleed’ like real beef

As of today, New York’s Momofuku Nishi restaurant has become the first eatery to serve Impossible Foods’ “animal-free” burger as part of its regular restaurant menu. These burgers taste just like the real thing -- right down to the…
Product Review

CogniToys Dino Toy Review

Powered by IBM's Watson AI, this talking dino is the smartest toy we’ve ever seen.
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Belgian scientists just built a solar-powered machine that turns urine into drinkable water

A team of truly resourceful scientists at the University of Ghent claim to have created a machine that transforms your urine into drinkable water. That's right. We may soon be drinking our pee.
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A British artist spent 10 years teaching this robot how to draw, and it totally shows

London artist Patrick Tresset has turned to robots for his artistic expression, creating a system that is "artistic, expressive, and obsessive." Tresset's robots are so refined that they are capable of creating actual works of…
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This homemade flying chair is the stuff dangerous dreams are made of

Swedish engineer Axel Borg, a.k.a. the brains behind YouTube channel Amazing DIY Projects, has built his own homemade flying machine. And it's all kinds of awesome -- albeit somewhat dangerous-looking.
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MIT is developing vibrating space boots that warn astronauts of tripping hazards

A team of researchers have developed vibrating boots which could sense obstacles and vibrate to warn their wearers ahead of time -- whether those are astronauts, firemen, or the elderly.
Computing

Apple's latest patent could make the humble stylus a jack of all trades

If you like the idea of needing just one peripheral to do most jobs for you, Apple's new stylus design could well be what you're after. Although far from a finished product, the stylus could also be used as a mouse or even a joystick.
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Lockheed Martin’s ‘spider’ robot searches airships for tiny holes, then patches them 1:47

Airships are very efficient ways of moving around, but they do have the downside of an enormous, somewhat flimsy structure - that's where the SPIDER comes in. It's autonomous and can detect and repair any holes it finds as part of…
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Explosive new findings: Farting shown to play a role in regulating your brain and behavior

Fart and you will be happy. According to research published in the journal Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease, the gasses in your farts may be acting as "gasotransmitters that affect your brain, mind, and behavior."
Computing

The 6 best women’s gadget bags for form, function, and fashion

People should be able to judge your (Mac)book by its cover. Check out our picks for the best gadget bags for women, so you can finally pick up a purse that combines form, function, and undisputed style.
Health & Fitness

Tiny exoskeleton helps babies avoid cerebral palsy, makes them look like Dr. Octopus

Infants at risk of cerebral palsy are getting a bit of support from a skateboard, robot, and machine-learning algorithm at the University of Oklahoma, where a team of researchers have embarked on the third version of an innovative effort.
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Ice Bucket Challenge shows real-world value by funding new ALS-related gene discovery

After raising some $115 million in donations, the Ice Bucket Challenge funded six ALS studies. One of the studies has identified the NEK1 gene and its association with the disease in a discovery that makes the viral trend seem all the more…