How tech tracks missing people

The case of missing Oregon mom Jennifer Huston has shone a spotlight on technology’s crucial role in locating missing people — as well its limitations. While cellphone location technologies can quickly find people, the trail effectively ends when a device is out ...


NASA Will Make Oxygen From CO2 On the Surface of Mars

NASA just announced what the Mars 2020 rover will carry to the Martian surface, and one of them sounds like pure sci-fi: MOXIE, a machine that sucks in carbon dioxide from the Martian atmosphere and pumps out pure oxygen for use in ...


Bunch O Balloons Makes Water Balloons Easy

Everybody loves a good water balloon fight, however for one to start someone with much more patience than me has to fill up hundreds of balloons, which can take hours. As a result, most water balloons end due to supply ...


Ritot-the World’s First Projection Watch

Let me start off by saying, I’m not a watch guy, I don’t find them that practical since the advent of cell phones, (or wall clocks for that matter), and they annoy the hell out of me to wear. Now ...


Amazon officially announces Kindle Unlimited

Kindle Unlimited It’s official — Amazon has a new service that caters to book lovers, allowing them to freely read over 600,000 Kindle books and thousands of audiobooks. Amazon officially announced the launch of Kindle Unlimited on Friday, after test ...


The Coolest Cooler is the Coolest Cooler Ever

My affinity for awesome coolers is well documented on the site, just look here or here for proof. But I am here to proclaim that the king of coolers has arrived, the “Coolest Cooler” is here to procure it’s crown. The Coolest ...


Novartis Joins With Google to Develop Contact Lens

Google announced on Tuesday a partnership with the European drug maker Novartis to develop a smart contact lens with the potential to monitor the wearer’s blood sugar levels. The agreement is among recent moves into the health care sector by technology giants ...


“Coin” replaces all those credit cards

Kanishk Parashar, Coin co-CEO and co-founder, has taken the stage at Disrupt NY to show off how the Coin actually works. He also confirmed to TechCrunch that our previous report on a $15.5 million Series A round led by Redpoint and Spark ...


Amazon Asks Permission From F.A.A. to Test Drone Delivery System

In some ways, this was not the best week for Amazon. The Federal Trade Commission sued it for improperly billing customers for games used by their children. And it continues to be enmeshed in a nasty public relations battle with the publisher ...


Sneak Peak at the iPhone 6

Leaked information suggest that the newest iPhone will be Apple’s biggest and thinnest phone yet. The dummy phone released for big case-producing companies gives insight into the expected 4.7-inch display screen, extreme thinness, and rounded edges of the newest Apple ...


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