Devices ‘Eat’ Bad Cholesterol

Devices ‘Eat’ Bad Cholesterol

A Russian inventor has dreamt up a new concept to fight against arterial plaque buildup. This plaque causes narrowing of the arteries, which can lead to heart disease and stroke. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. 00

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Wide Screen iPhone 7

Wide Screen iPhone 7

This is something different. Must watch. 00

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Crazy Face Swap App

Crazy Face Swap App

An iPhone app called Face Swap Live lets you trade faces with your friends, celebrities or pretty much anyone you can imagine. It’s a lot of fun but also very disturbing. Here’s a quick look at what you can do with it. 00

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The New iPhone 5se Features

The New iPhone 5se Features

Apple is expected to announce a new special edition of their iPhone 5 sometime in March. It’s rumored to be the same size as the 5 but with internal and external upgrades on par with the 6S. Here’s a roundup of everything we’ve heard about the phone, including a supposed...

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Ecocapsule: A Self-Sustained Home

Ecocapsule: A Self-Sustained Home

Slovakian architects have designed a completely self-sustained home called the “ecocapsule.” 00

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New Apple Products In 2016

New Apple Products In 2016

We expect Apple to release a slew of new products in 2016, including the iPhone 7, the iPhone 5se, and a live streaming service for the Apple TV. 00

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Human Cyborg On His Favorite Color

Human Cyborg On His Favorite Color

Neil Harbisson is considered the world’s first human cyborg. Born colorblind, he uses an antenna to “hear” colors. But, his favorite color is one that even you can’t see. 00

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Students Make A Jacket That Transforms Into A Sleeping Bag

Students Make A Jacket That Transforms Into A Sleeping Bag

Students in the UK came up with a 3-in-1 jacket that transforms into a sleeping bag and a tent. They want their “wearable shelters” to be distributed among refugees arriving in Europe. 00

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Myo Gesture Control Armband

Myo Gesture Control Armband

Harry Wallop tries out a piece of wearable technology that lets you browse the web with just a flick of the wrist. 00

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This is What It’s Like to Race a Drone at Full-Throttle

This is What It’s Like to Race a Drone at Full-Throttle

If you’re not crashing, you’re not flying. At least that’s the idea behind the Drone Racing League—a relatively new organization where drone pilots compete by racing high-performance aircrafts through tight and intricate courses. Find out what it’s like to fly one of the technically advanced drones from the pilots who...

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How to Dismantle a Bridge

How to Dismantle a Bridge

The Bay Bridge, which links San Francisco and Oakland, is being methodically dismantled, piece by incredibly heavy piece. Here’s how 2,500 ton truss supports will be removed. 00

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Smart Rings to Rule Them All

Smart Rings to Rule Them All

Until truly great natural-recognition gesture tech catches on and we get RFID chips embedded in our forearms, smart rings could be the closest thing to truly seamless wearable technology. 00

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An AR Rock Climbing Game

An AR Rock Climbing Game

Jon Cheng and the Brooklyn Boulder Gym are working together on a real life video game for rock climbers. 00

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Make Your iPhone 100 Times More Secure

Make Your iPhone 100 Times More Secure

Since the dawn of locks, criminals have been breaking past them; and iPhones are no different. IBM executive security expert Etay Maor tells us just how easy it is to get past its lock screen. 00

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How To Ride A Hoverboard

How To Ride A Hoverboard

These two-wheeled, electric vehicles are everywhere these days. And while they may look like a lot of fun, but they’re harder to use than you might think, illegal on the streets of New York, and there have been multiple reports of the personal scooters exploding and catching on fire. Before...

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We Tried The $100 Golden Donut

We Tried The $100 Golden Donut

You can now buy a donut made out of 24-Karat gold and Cristal champagne, if you are craving a luxury snack and have $100 burning a hole in your pocket. We decided to taste one of the viral treats to see if it was really worth all that dough. 00

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Facebook Messenger Tricks

Facebook Messenger Tricks

Facebook Messenger is a pretty great way to stay in touch with your friends. But it has a few other great tricks, like ordering an Uber and sending money. 00

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Samsung’s New Smart Fridge

Samsung’s New Smart Fridge

One of the more surprising finds at CES this year wasn’t a futuristic car or a new drone. It was an update to something we weren’t expecting. Samsung’s Family Hub refrigerator features a 21.5 inch touchscreen interface that allows you to see a live photo taken from the inside of...

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Sillicon Valley Designer’s New Wave Of Innovation

Sillicon Valley Designer’s New Wave Of Innovation

Fuseproject founder and head designer, Yves Behar, creates products that blend seamlessly into human experience. Best known for the Sayl Chair by Herman Miller, the AUGUST Smart Lock and One Laptop Per Child, his approach reflects the environment and culture of San Francisco. Making him one of the most sought...

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Virtual Reality Treadmill

Virtual Reality Treadmill

While at CES, we got to try out one of the coolest developments in virtual reality. The Infinadeck is an omnidirectional treadmill that moves according to your motions, to re-create the illusion of moving in a virtual environment. 00

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Smart Dog Bowl

Smart Dog Bowl

At this year’s Consumer Electronic Show, we saw one of the coolest inventions. A video game console for your pet called: CleverPet. 00

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Incredible Candy Art

Incredible Candy Art

New York designer Maayan Zilberman is making grownups feel like kids again, by turning objects from their past into edible treats. At her shop, Sweet Saba, customers can purchase custom mixtapes, Rolex watches, jewelry, lipstick, crystals, and even Sharpie markers that are all safe to eat… and delicious. Here’s a...

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The Electric UScooter Is as Cool as a Push Scooter Can Be

The Electric UScooter Is as Cool as a Push Scooter Can Be

Slice through traffic jams aboard the $999 electric UScooter, which cruises at 18 miles per hour, charges while braking, and folds for quick storage on a bus, train or under the desk. Yeah, it’s a kick scooter but it’s the coolest kick scooter on the road. 00

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Dry Cleaning Home Closet

Dry Cleaning Home Closet

At the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, LG showed off their Styler, an at home steam closet. LG claims the device de-wrinkles, sanitizes, and dries hard to clean fabrics to reduce trips to the dry cleaners. However, some reviewers are not so impressed. 00

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$100,000 Massage Chair

$100,000 Massage Chair

There are a ton of massage chairs out on the market, but when a company advertises their high-tech chair as “The World’s Most Advanced Massage Chair”, we had to give it a try. This is what it’s like to sit in Inada’s $10,000 DreamWave massage chair. 00

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$55,000 Headphones

$55,000 Headphones

When rating anything, it’s difficult to say that anything is the absolute “best” as everything is subjective. However, it’s undeniable that Sennheiser ‘s latest Orpheus headphones are the pinnacle of headphones. We tried them at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show, and the quality was astounding. But, that quality and luxury...

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What Sleep Position Gives You Nightmares

What Sleep Position Gives You Nightmares

Scientists are exploring the link between the side we sleep on and the types of dreams we have. 00

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Belt Knows When You’re Overeating

Belt Knows When You’re Overeating

At the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung unveiled a new “smart belt” called WELT, short for “wellness belt.” WELT monitors your eating habits and can help you lose weight. 00

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Massage Sweatshirts

Massage Sweatshirts

Massage chairs were all the rage at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show. But why not take that a step further and just invent a massage sweatshirt? That’s exactly what Singapore based company TWare did — and it was interesting to say the least. It’s called the AiraWear and it costs...

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What If Paper Could Store Electricity?

What If Paper Could Store Electricity?

It’s electric. Electric paper, that is. This powered paper can store enough electricity to rival many traditional products on the market. Scientists at the University of Linköping in Sweden are engineering innovative ways to create more powerful batteries 00

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Science Of The Death Star Destruction

Science Of The Death Star Destruction

One of the most persistent theories in the Star Wars universe may have some grounding in reality. We asked Astrophysicist Dave Minton about the ‘Endor Holocaust’, the fan theory that the exploding Death Star would have annihilated the moon forest of Endor at the end of ‘Return of the Jedi’....

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New iPhone Screen Light

New iPhone Screen Light

The blue glow of an iPhone’s screen isn’t good for our bodies at night – it suppresses the brain’s release of melatonin, which throws off your body’s sleep. Thankfully, the next iPhone update will change that. 00

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111-inch, Double-Sided TV

111-inch, Double-Sided TV

At the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, LG showed off a dual-sided OLED TV. With a screen on each side, the TV would be perfect for commercial settings like a mall or subway platform. But there’s one catch: the TV isn’t for sale. 00

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Headphones Turn Into A Personal TV

Headphones Turn Into A Personal TV

The “Glyph” is a pair of over-the-ear headphones that turns into a personal viewing display. You basically put it on like a pair of glasses, and you can watch anything on your phone, tablet, or laptop. While it might look awkward from the outside, the Glyph really surprised us when...

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Segway’s Hoverboard Killer

Segway’s Hoverboard Killer

Segway display their “hoverboard killer” at the 2016 Consumer Electronic Show. It can even be driven without a rider on it. 00

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Smart Construction Helmet

Smart Construction Helmet

While VR may be the big trend at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show, augmented reality is not far behind. When Microsoft unveiled its Hololens headset last year, people were amazed by its potential. Now other companies like DAQRI are taking AR to the next level. Their AR helmet is geared...

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Eye-Tracking Technology

Eye-Tracking Technology

This 7-year-old might not be able to speak, but he talks with his mom all the time thanks to an eye-tracking computer. 00

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Coffee Art Printer

Coffee Art Printer

As a self-professed coffee lover, I was ecstatic to find some coffee tech at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Forget about 3D printing, Ripples uses coffee extract to “print” any image you want onto of your cappuccinos or lattes. So, I had Ripples CEO Yossi Meshulam show...

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Giant VR Simulator

Giant VR Simulator

At this year’s Consumer Electronic Show, virtual reality headsets were one of this year’s big trends. With company’s like Oculus, the Disney backed Littlstar, HTC, and even Lowes having big VR ideas; but, the company with the biggest virtual reality idea at the show (literally), was KRUSH with its 360...

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Coming Soon for Artificial Intelligence? Coaching Football

Coming Soon for Artificial Intelligence? Coaching Football

The application of artificial intelligence to play-calling is already upon us. Last spring, two students at North Carolina State built a model to predict whether an NFL team would pass or run, information that would hugely benefit defensive coordinators. 00

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A Tech-Lover’s Travel Guide

A Tech-Lover’s Travel Guide

Robot museum guides, bitcoin ATMS, and levitation trains – no this isn’t a sci-fi movie, its a travel guide. In this episode of Good As Gold, we give tech-lovers the thing they’ve been missing: tech-centric travel recommendations. Get a closer look at two of the most advanced cities in the...

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App Scans Food For Calories

App Scans Food For Calories

This year’s Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas has shown us one thing, that we’ve firmly arrived in the future of the quantified self. Apps and products all promising to measure and collate certain data about your personal habits spewed the show floor. But one product in particular stood out...

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Impossible To Crash Drone

Impossible To Crash Drone

We got a close look at Intel’s Yuneec Typhoon H Drone at CES. It stands to be one of the best options for professional drone pilots. The whole system can fold up to be stored in a backpack case. It features a camera capable of filming 4k video and 12...

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Scientists Seek To Crash Into Asteroid To Save Earth

Scientists Seek To Crash Into Asteroid To Save Earth

No asteroid is heading toward the earth for another couple of centuries, but experts stress the importance. 00

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Chinese Self-Flying Taxi

Chinese Self-Flying Taxi

A Chinese company called EHang unveiled a new personal AAV (autonomous aerial vehicle) at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, which can transport one person around with just the push of a button. It’s basically a giant, self-flying taxi. Would you take a ride in one? Here’s a quick look at...

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‘Detachable Cabin’ To Save Lives In Plane Crash

‘Detachable Cabin’ To Save Lives In Plane Crash

Inventor unveils ‘detachable cabin’ concept to save lives in plane crash 00

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