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Stepping up its game, New Balance just 3D-printed running shoe components

New Balance has just launched its first ever 3D-printed running shoe. Taking its cue from Adidas, New Balance has announced a very high-tech update to its Fresh Foam Zante model, which will now feature a 3D-printed midsole.

With the ShareTheMeal app, your 50-cent donation can help end world hunger 0:55

Thanks to the ShareTheMeal app from the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), you can use your smartphone to help feed a child, one 50-cent donation at a time. Already, the app has garnered 81,000 new users and 600,000 shared…

Volvo wants to take car buying virtual with Microsoft’s HoloLens

Volvo is partnering with Microsoft on multiple projects, including the use of HoloLens "mixed-reality" tech in dealerships. Customers could use it to see virtual cars before they buy, Volvo says.
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Bosch’s new weed-murdering robot could eliminate the need for herbicides

Startup Deepfield Robotics is working with German technology company Bosch in order to develop the ultimate farm hand -- a robot that can weed, check water levels, and monitor crop growth.
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LG marks its home turf with monstrous 42-foot OLED panels in Seoul’s airport

LG shows off its latest ode to OLED at South Korea's Incheon International Airport in the form of two monstrous OLED structures. Composed of 140 individual curved displays, the structures are 13 meters tall, and 8 meters across.
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The world’s first supersonic private jet will be ready to hit the skies in 2023

Flexjet, a private luxury jet company, just announced it plans on buying 20 AS2 supersonic jets from the Texas-based airplane manufacturer, Aerion. The companies expect the jets to be functional by 2023.
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This is the Qylatron — the next generation in security and bag check

Your TSA pre-checked status may not carry as great of an advantage thanks to Qylur's brand new Qylatron Entry Experience Solution, the more efficient way of getting through airport security.
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MIT's ingestible tracker works like a high-tech stethoscope to measure vital signs from inside the body

MIT has developed an ingestible tracker that monitors vital signs from inside the digestive tract. It records heart and breathing rates, in addition to internal body temperature. It could be useful for future applications in the…
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Flame on! This discreet wristband lets you shoot fireballs from your bare hands

Pyro Mini is a discrete device that allows you to trigger impressive fireballs that shoot up to 40 feet in the air. The device runs on a rechargeable battery and can be controlled remotely for dramatic surprises.
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Forget batteries, Canada plans to store energy in giant underwater balloons 1:42

Canada's Hydrostor has developed an energy storage solution using balloons. It plans to store energy as compressed air and then house the air underwater in giant balloons.

Out of desperation, Sharp begs its own workers to buy Sharp products

Struggling Sharp has told its workers to buy a load of Sharp stuff this holiday season to help dig it out of its financial mess. The Japanese electronics maker has even offered guidelines suggesting how much money different types of workers…