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Verizon Wireless is now offering free access to Apple Music. The music streaming service is available on select Verizon Wireless plans starting on January 17, 2019. Previously, Verizon and Apple offered a free 6-month trial to the streaming service. This comes as Apple is clearly looking for partners to help extend the reach of Apple’s […]

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Categories: gadgets, apple music, verizon, verizon wireless

The underground Museum of the Great Famine by Nizio Design International in Kiev, Ukraine, will be topped by two misaligned green roofs. Read more

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Categories: all, architecture, cultural, museums, cultural buildings, memorials, green roofs, kiev, underground, ukraine

With hundreds of design fairs, conferences and trade shows taking place around the world every year, it can be hard to choose which to attend. To help you out, we've compiled a definitive guide to over 50 of the best events of 2019 for your calendar. Read more

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Categories: all, design, events

We agree with several key analysts that an Intel-AMD merger is a non-starter. The post Rumors Once Again Surface That Intel Could Purchase AMD appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: computing, 10nm, 5g, 7nm, ai, amd, artificial intelligence, cpus, data center, fpgas, gaming, hardware, intel, iot, ryzen

Jaguar Land Rover, Britain’s largest vehicle manufacturer, has reaffirmed its commitment to battery manufacturing plans despite laying off around 10 percent of its workforce. "Later this year, next-generation Electric Drive Units (EDU) will be produced at the company’s Engine Manufacturing Centre in Wolverhampton,” the company said in a statement this month. “These EDUs will be powered by batteries assembled at a new Jaguar Land Rover Battery Assembly Centre located at Hams Hall, North...

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Those who suffer from diabetes could have a new, pain-free tool to monitor their glucose levels thanks to researchers at Washington State University (WSU). A team there led by Arda Gozen and Yuehe Lin—faculty in the university’s School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering—has used 3D printing to develop a glucose biosensor that can be integrated into wearable monitors. The wearable technology could replace glucose meters that require constant finger pricking or other glucose-monitoring...

Source Feed: Design News
Categories: materials & assembly, sensors, 3d printing, materials, medical

What do you get when you put one Internet connected device on top of another? A little more control than you otherwise would in the case of Alias the “teachable ‘parasite'” — an IoT project smart speaker topper made by two designers, Bjørn Karmann and Tore Knudsen. The Raspberry Pi-powered, fungus-inspired blob’s mission is to […]

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Categories: advertising tech, artificial intelligence, europe, gadgets, hardware, privacy, security, alexa, connected devices, github, google, google home, home automation, internet of things, iot, neural network, privacy, smart assistant, smart speaker, speaker

There is consensus that one of the keys to electric vehicle (EV) acceptance will be fast charging. The ability to gain 200-300 miles of EV range in 10-20 minutes of charging time makes it possible to travel cross-country using nothing but electrons. But, there is more to fast charging than simple stuffing more electricity into a battery pack. The lithium ion battery packs that are used to power EVs consist of a positive electrode (cathode) that is usually made from metal oxides that can trap...

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Categories: electronics & test, battery/energy storage, automotive, alternative energy, materials

London-based architect and designer Bastian Beyer's project explores the potential of using knitted textile structures that have been biologically solidified as sustainable construction materials. Read more

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Categories: all, technology, materials, sustainable design, textiles

Using magnetoelectric spin-orbit (MESO) allows for improved switching energy, lower switching voltage, and enhanced logic density compared to CMOS. (Image source: Intel)  According to Ramamoorthy Ramesh, a UC Berkeley professor of Materials Science and Engineering, projections show that the explosion of sensors and computing devices that will constitute the Internet of Things (IoT) – numbering perhaps in the billions – could lead to such an increase in energy demand that electronic devices...

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Categories: electronics & test, artificial intelligence, materials & assembly, iot, automotive, consumer electronics, electronics & test


The Large Hadron Collider has produced a great deal of incredible science, most famously the Higgs Boson — but physicists at CERN, the international organization behind the LHC, are already looking forward to the next model. And the proposed Future Circular Collider, at 100 kilometers or 62 miles around, would be quite an upgrade.

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Categories: europe, gadgets, government, science, cern, colliders, large hadron collider, lhc, particle colliders, particle physics, physics

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the launch of a "Green New Deal" initiative Tuesday, responding to pressure for bold climate action from progressives and clean energy advocates. The plan, outlined in Cuomo's 2019 Justice Agenda, calls for a "globally unprecedented" ramp-up in renewable energy deployments as New York seeks to achieve 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2040, and ultimately eliminate its entire carbon footprint.  “Amidst the Trump Administration’s assault on the...

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Looking for an extremely affordable PC monitor? Dell is currently selling a 24-inch UltraSharp IPS display with LED lighting and three different inputs for just $250. And since it comes with a $100 bonus gift card, you'll be saving big on your next purchase as well. The post ET Deals: Save 25 Percent on Dell UltraSharp Monitors with $100 Dell Gift Card appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: deals, et deals

An experimental module on the lander filled with seeds has succeeded in growing the first Earth plants on another world. The post First Plants Sprout on Moon Aboard Chang’e 4 Lander appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: extreme, chang'e 4, china, moon, plants, science, space

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai will not meet with Congress to discuss the sale of AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint location data to third-party data brokers. Not while the government shutdown continues. The post Ajit Pai Won’t Brief Congress on Carrier Privacy Violations During Shutdown appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: mobile, ajit pai, at&t, data broker, fcc, fcc chairperson, jessica rosenworcel, sprint, t-mobile, verizon

A YC startup called GBatteries has come out of stealth with a bold claim: they can recharge an electric car as quickly as it takes to fill up a tank of gas. Created by aerospace engineer Kostya Khomutov, electrical engineers Alex Tkachenko and Nick Sherstyuk, and CCO Tim Sherstyuk, the company is funded by the […]

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Categories: automotive, greentech, startups, tc, aerospace, airbus ventures, artificial intelligence, ces 2019, electric car, electronics, energy, inductive charging, initialized capital, lithium-ion battery, rechargeable batteries, sv angel

Wind power is on track to surpass hydropower as the U.S. grid’s largest source of renewable electricity in 2019, according to Energy Information Administration data. Hydro had a century-long head start, and plants like the 2,000megawatt Hoover Dam and 6,800-megawatt Grand Coulee Dam still outsize any other generating stations. However, the country has added hardly any new hydro capacity over the last 20 years, due to difficulty siting and building new plants in a system of modern...

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Under a set of proposed rules, commercial drone operators could fly aircraft at night and use them over populated areas. The post FAA Considers Loosening Drone Regulations appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: electronics, amazon, drones, faa, flight, google, government, prime air

China is planning a 6-gigawatt subsidy-free wind complex to help power the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, according to China’s State Power Investment Corporation. The Ulanqab Municipal Development and Reform Commission approved the first phase of the ¥42.5 billion ($6.3 billion) project, which was given planning approval in March last year, at a meeting held late December.  “After the project is put into production, it could deliver about 18.9 billion kilowatt-hours of green electricity to the...

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Amazon is giving its Fire TV Stick an upgrade. The company announced today it will now ship the Fire TV Stick with the new version of the Alexa Voice Remote launched last fall. The remote allows users to control other devices besides their Fire TV, thanks to its support for both Bluetooth and multi-directional infrared. […]

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, tc, alexa, amazon, cord cutting, fire tv, streaming, streaming media player, voice, voice assistant

Almost every word in the name of TAG Heuer’s new watch – the Carrera Calibre Heuer 02T Tourbillon Nanograph – is important. Carrera connects it to TAG’s long history of chronographs while Calibre suggests a handmade watch made with some technical prowess. Tourbillon means you can expect this thing to cost more than a car […]

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Categories: gadgets, tc, carrera, chronograph, clocks, culture, luxury brands, tag heuer, time, tourbillon, watches

For the third time in as many weeks, the IoT alarm system deployed in my home decided to go on the fritz. The first time, sensors started to chirp annoyingly right after I had gotten the kids to bed. A simple battery change seemed to resolve the problem. The second time it happened, I was boarding a red eye flight from the west around 2 a.m. PDT, which left my wife scrambling to find, lift, and use my extension ladder to silence the devices before the noise woke the kids. Finally, tonight...

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Categories: iot

The “Big Arse Toilet” could provide toilet facilities and electricity for up to eight dwellings. (Image source: Spark Architects) One of the many things the developed world takes for granted is the toilet. It doesn't matter if it’s indoor or outdoor; shared or private; chemical, water-flushing, portable, or just a deep pit in the ground; or simple or glamorous. It’s a critical piece of equipment for public health and sanitation, as it disposes of human waste properly and reduces the risk of...

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Categories: materials & assembly, sustainability, recycling, 3d printing, materials & assembly, alternative energy, medical

This weekend, I finished reading Oliver Morton’s The Planet Remade (thanks to reader Eliot Peper for recommending it). Morton has a multitude of goals with the book, but there were two I think are deeply valuable. First, geoengineering is a plausible approach to solving our climate problems this century, and second, engineering the climate generates […]

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Categories: asia, book review, europe, government, greentech, policy, science, automattic, china, huawei, pg&e, poland, wordpress

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Categories: digital-design, animation, 3d-design



Investors are still pouring millions into scooter startups, albeit sometimes at flat valuations. At the same time a little cash is flowing the other way, in cases where cities have realized the importance of prioritizing the needs of the local environment and its citizens, over and above the ambitions of VCs for a swift and lucrative […]

Source Feed: GreenTech – TechCrunch
Categories: collaborative consumption, europe, greentech, startups, tc, transportation, barcelona, berlin, madrid, micro-mobility, reby, scooter sharing, scooter startups, sharing economy, spain


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Carbon Engineering, a Canadian company developing technology to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and process it for use in enhanced oil recovery or in the creation of new synthetic fuels, has locked in financing from two big industry backers — Chevron and Occidental Petroleum — to bring its products to market. The undisclosed amount […]

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Categories: greentech, tc, bill gates, breakthrough energy ventures, california, carbon dioxide, carbon sequestration, chemicals, chemistry, chevron technology ventures, climate change, energy, energy storage, jack ma, jeff bezos, marc benioff, masayoshi son, meg whitman, michael bloomberg, microsoft, nature, oil and gas, plastics, renewable energy, richard branson

While the U.S. wind energy installation outlook looks bright — more than 23 gigawatts in new capacity forecast over the next two years — looming unforeseen supply chain bottlenecks could lead to project cancellations and postponements. This could put as much as $2.1 billion of revenue at risk, according to a new study by Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables. “Between 2019 and 2020, we anticipate strong growth in wind energy installations as the industry rushes to meet deadlines for U.S....

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FloWater, an eight-year-old, Burlingame, Calif.-based company whose reusable water bottle refilling stations produce purified water, has raised $15 million in its first major round of funding. Bluewater, a Swedish company that sells water purifiers, among other things, led the round. FloWater caters to schools, colleges, fitness centers, hotels and offices, and, in the words of […]

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Categories: greentech, hardware, recent funding, startups, tc, flowater

A multi-faceted range for indoor lighting, consisting of: Pendant luminaires, Ceiling and wall luminaires, Recessed ceiling and wall luminaires -The luminaire is timelessly elegant and fully integrates in architectural surroundings - The stainless steel base and the glass create an impression of unity - The cover made of mouth-blown, satin-finished three-layer opal glass is -available in two different sizes - Two different light colours 830 and 840 - Good colour consistency within 3-steps...

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The Heimtextil trends 2019/2020 describe a world in which we live according to new standards. We try to escape complex lifestyles and have a desire for deeper relationships, spiritual confirmation and greater meaning. "We live in an era of uncertainty and mistrust in the established order. As a reaction, we try to live a meaningful, conscious life based on positive relationships. We take responsibility for our lives and look for ways of life that fulfil our value system in search of a new...

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All signs point to a successful DOMOTEX 2019 (11–14 January, Hannover, Germany) – the world’s leading trade show and biggest innovations and trend platform for the flooring industry. The fair’s new keynote theme, “CREATE’N’CONNECT”, is a bold statement that puts the spotlight on the current connectivity megatrend. Connectedness is an important aspect of flooring in the sense that floors are unifying, connecting elements of room design. Floors and flooring provide the very foundation for the...

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Europe, alongside countries such as Japan, is going through a profound demographic shift: stagnating birth rates and increasing life expectancy mean the proportion of older adults is increasing. It is estimated that by 2050, people above 65 years of age will comprise more than 30% of the population of Great Britain, 35% in Germany, and over 40% in Spain. In addition, this age group is increasingly healthy into old age, meaning that even when they move into a care home, they want stimulating...

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Anniversaries provide an opportunity to reflect on the past, celebrate the present, and look forward to the future. For Italian furniture manufacturer Pedrali, 2018 marks ten years since it began two of its most successful collaborations, with designers Odo Fioravanti and Jorge Pensi. The important anniversary was marked by an event in September at the company’s headquarters in the province of Bergamo, where the designers talked about their ongoing relationship with the brand. Pedrali was...

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The perennially popular open-plan interior appeals for allowing natural light to permeate a house or apartment and for making it feel more spacious. Multifunctional rooms that amalgamated all reception rooms first emerged in the late 19th century. But even radically open-plan spaces – espoused by Frank Lloyd Wright and modernist architects in the 1930s – sometimes incorporated sliding doors. Sliding doors and partitions, of course, bring an almost immeasurable number of practical advantages to...

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Design contracts and new project inquiries reached their highest point in May, and have stayed in positive territory every month in 2017.

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Categories: business, economics, economic conditions, kermit baker, aia, american institute of architects

The current pace of job additions is nearly three times the rate that the labor market is growing, and professional and business services made the biggest monthly increase since 2014.

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Categories: economic conditions, economics, business, mark zandi, adp


Mid-sized businesses accounted for a majority of the payroll gains last month, and construction had a weak April.

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Categories: economics, economic conditions, business, ahu yildirmaz, mark zandi, moody's analytics, adp


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