Technology

5 ways to turn your child into a creative genius

Be creative when you’re around your child. A recent study from our lab found that highly creative parents have highly creative one-year-olds. Previous research has found that this relationship holds even when kids reach adolescence. You may wonder if these relationships exist because of genetics – research has after all linked specific genes to creativity. But twin studies have found ... Read More »

Corona’s anti-virus product market is hot!

This is done with lures of various offers of discounts and freebies on products, or listing of safety measures against the virus, and updated information on Covid-19. Mails are also being used to sell fake medical products like masks, vaccines and Covid-19 testing kits, or push work-from home job offers. Read More »

Sikorsky-Boeing’s SB-1 Defiant Helicopter

Sikorsky and Boeing have been working on this high-speed, long-range, ultra-maneuverable military helicopter design for some time, and now they’ve released the first photos of what is expected to become a highly effective US Army utility helicopter sometime in the 2030s. Read More »

Use of Robots for University Graduation

University graduates in Japan attend ceremony via robot avatars amid the COVID-19 pandemic. A university in Japan found a way to carry out graduation ceremonies without breaking social distance amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a story published on the university blog. The Business Breakthrough University (BBT University) held a graduation ceremony on Mar. 28 at the Hotel Grand Palace, ... Read More »

Inventions You Didn’t Know Were Made By Women

Monopoly The original version of Monopoly was called The Landlord’s Game and was invented by Elizabeth Magie in 1903. In the 1930s, Charles Darrow ripped off her game and sold it to Parker Brothers at Monopoly. When Parker Brothers found out Charles Darrow had stolen the idea for Monopoly, they tracked down Elizabeth and paid her for her patent. Read More »

The best video calling apps

Skype — owned by Microsoft — is available for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac, and offers video and audio calling, as well as a messaging feature. It has an easy-to-use interface, and supports up to 50 people on the same audio call (the number of video callers depends on what device you’re using, according to the company). Skype also lets ... Read More »

Launch of the Surena II Robot

The design and fabrication procedure of the new generation of SURENA humanoid robot with the financial support of Industrial Development and Renovation Organization (IDRO) has been carried out in University of Tehran. Read More »

20 Cleanest of the World Cities

Hamburg is the second-largest city in Germany after Berlin and 8th largest city in the European Union with a population of over 1.8 million. Read More »

How Self-Driving Cars Will Become Our New Offices

Increasingly we’re hearing that the future of driving is likely to be more about riding than actually driving, as autonomous vehicles and services take the wheel for us. The advent of self-driving cars naturally leads the more overwhelmed among us to fantasize about the possibility of reclaiming all those commuting hours and dedicating them to something more productive. Read More »

Six things you don’t know about rabbits

Rabbits eating their own poop is something The Tale of Peter Rabbit didn’t teach you, but it turns out that it’s true. In fact, rabbits eating their own poop is vital to their health. Read More »