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ThinkGeek's Sonic Foamer uses ultrasonic waves to create a head on beer

ThinkGeek's Sonic Foamer uses ultrasonic waves to create a head on beer

ThinkGeek's Sonic Foamer can create a head on any beer. At the touch of a button ultrasonic waves travel up the liquid and create foam.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Has man's best friend become a PERSON? The way we treat cats and dogs are blurring the line between people and pets - and it could affect laws, claims expert

Has man's best friend become a PERSON? The way we treat cats and dogs are blurring the line...

Cats and dogs are treated more like people than ever before, says author David Grimm in his new book Citizen Canine.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Google Glass technology used at Boston hospital to treat patients

Google Glass technology used at Boston hospital to treat patients

Medics at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre are using the controversial eyewear to keep their hands free, which they see as the ‘holy grail’ of hospital technology.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Are YOUR details at risk from 'heartbleed' hackers? Tool reveals web services that may be vulnerable to security flaw

Are YOUR details at risk from 'heartbleed' hackers? Tool reveals web services that may be...

Virginia-based LastPass' Heartbleed Checker looks to see when a site's secure encryption certificate was last regenerated and warns if the server may be at risk.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Babies don't learn to develop speech - they're BORN with the ability

Babies don't learn to develop speech - they're BORN with the ability

Scientists at Northeastern University in Boston studied brain reactions of newborn babies who listened to 'good' and 'bad' sounds and found they reacted in the same way as adults.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Don't look back in anger! People DO remember the past with rose-tinted glasses - and it's good for our health

Don't look back in anger! People DO remember the past with rose-tinted glasses - and it's good...

Recalling events with fondness might be good for us. People experience a ‘fading affect bias,' where positive memories last longer than negative ones

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Fono solar-panelled DJ decks let anyone prove their skills on the streets

Fono solar-panelled DJ decks let anyone prove their skills on the streets

The technology, dubbed Fono, has been created by Yalp InterActive and has already been rolled out in the Netherlands, Finland, Denmark and Sweden.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Situ smart scales tell you how many CALORIES are on your plate

Situ smart scales tell you how many CALORIES are on your plate

Two inventors from London created the scales, which show the nutritional content of food on an iPad as well as tracking the calorific content of people's meals.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Games console industry at risk if it doesn't adapt to threat of mobile, warn experts

Games console industry at risk if it doesn't adapt to threat of mobile, warn experts

Experts predict only $4 (£2) in every $10 (£6) in 2014 will come from disc-based games, played on consoles including Washington-based Microsoft's Xbox One.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Climate change and rising CO2 levels could be beneficial, claims study

Climate change and rising CO2 levels could be beneficial, claims study

A new report published by the oil-backed Heartland Institute claims that human-caused global warming might not be so bad

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

CT scan reveals spatula lodged inside skull of 2,600-year-old mummy that was used to scoop out his brains

CT scan reveals spatula lodged inside skull of 2,600-year-old mummy that was used to scoop out...

Researchers from London's British Museum made the discovery in the body of a mummified man from Thebes in Egypt dating back to 600BC.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Soyuz Flight VS07 video reveals view as it breaks free from Earth's clutches

Soyuz Flight VS07 video reveals view as it breaks free from Earth's clutches

Recorded last week during its 23-minute mission from France, cameras covered the action from final countdown to separation of the mission’s payload.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Snoop on your lover's DREAMS: App records what your partner says in their sleep to reveal their deepest desires

Snoop on your lover's DREAMS: App records what your partner says in their sleep to reveal their...

The Sleep Talk Recorder app, which was developed in Sweden, listens for noises while people sleep and starts recording when it hears any mumbling during the night.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Land Rover gives drivers X-ray vision: Cameras and displays help drivers see dangers lurking BENEATH their vehicle

Land Rover gives drivers X-ray vision: Cameras and displays help drivers see dangers lurking...

The concept combines cameras in the grille with jet-fighter-style display technology on the windscreen to create the appearance of a ‘transparent’ bonnet.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

'Tetrad' alignment of Mars, Earth and sun could mean end of days is approaching

'Tetrad' alignment of Mars, Earth and sun could mean end of days is approaching

The good news is that the orange looking star you might have spotted in the Tuesday night sky was actually Mars. The bad news is that it marks exactly one week before an event that some Christians believe is the start of the end of days and the second coming of Jesus Christ.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

The $1.5m golden nugget: World's largest single crystal of gold discovered

The $1.5m golden nugget: World's largest single crystal of gold discovered

Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory used a neutron scanner to effectively look inside the 217.78-gram piece of gold, roughly the size of a golf ball, to prove it was real.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

How the Earth got its crust: Tiny grains within rock led to tectonic plates being formed

How the Earth got its crust: Tiny grains within rock led to tectonic plates being formed

Yale researchers say grains within rock caused weak zones across Earth (pictured) to crack and form tectonic plates 4.4 billion years ago.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Scan animations reveal the insides of everyday fruits and vegetables

Scan animations reveal the insides of everyday fruits and vegetables

Andy Ellison, an MRI technologist at Boston University Medical Centre for Biomedical Imaging has been making his moving images since 2010.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

The phone and credit card that can MELT when they get stolen

The phone and credit card that can MELT when they get stolen

Iowa researchers have unveiled an electronic circuit that can melt on demand, rendering itself useless.

dailymail.co.uk (8 days ago)

Could chilling out save your life?

Could chilling out save your life?

New York researchers say they have found a link between people with people likely to forgive themselves for mistakes and damage to their bodies caused by stress.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)

Security alert over web traffic as encryption heartbleed bug discovered leaving two thirds of web traffic exposed to hackers

Security alert over web traffic as encryption heartbleed bug discovered leaving two thirds of web...

Called the 'heartbleed' bug, it allows hackers to eavesdrop on supposedly secure communications

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)

Twitter redesign features "a whole new you"

Becoming more Facebook-esque, Twitter has begun rolling out an update that focuses on images and personalized profiles

cbsnews.com (9 days ago)

The electrical implant that can zap the paralysed into moving again

The electrical implant that can zap the paralysed into moving again

Louisville researchers have already allowed four previously paralyzed men to walk again using the device. The gadget is implanted in the lower back and is believed to help repair a damaged spinal cord.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)

Was this the first ever galaxy? 'Fossilised' star cluster formed not long after the Big Bang 13 billion years ago

Was this the first ever galaxy? 'Fossilised' star cluster formed not long after the Big Bang 13...

Researchers say a small galaxy circling Milky Way could be a fossil from the early universe, and it might even be one of the first galaxies that ever formed.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)

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