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This self-filling bottle makes clean water out of thin air

An Austrian start-up has revealed plans to start selling a self-filling water bottle that extracts humidity from the air and condenses it into drinkable water at a rate of up to 0.5 litres per hour - provided it’s a really humid day.

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Image: Fontus

Developed by the team at Fontus, the solar-powered device uses hydrophobic surfaces to repel and funnel the drops of condensation in the bottle, which means so...

Honda unveiled its new Hydrogen-Powered Car

Honda Motor Co. announced a new version of its hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) that can travel up to 400 miles and refuel in just three minutes.

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Credit: Honda/ Forbes

The new Honda Clarity Fuel Cell's drive train technology is about one-tenth the cost of Honda's previous FCV the FCX Clarity. The fuel-cell technology is also smaller than in the previous...

The Military Is Two Years Away From Unleashing Its Real-Life Iron Man Suit

The Department of Defense is two years away from unveiling an Iron Man-like suit. Known as the Tactical Light Operator Suit (Talos), it can repel bullets, help lift heavy objects, and provide lifesaving oxygen. The suit also comes with 3D audio; heating and cooling systems; and embedded computers.

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Credit: US Army

Adm. Bill McRaven got the idea of the super suit when a U.S. soldier under his...

Cicret wristband turns your arm into a touch screen

Paris based design company Cicret aims to turn your arm into a tablet device promising a great future for wearables. Coined as "a tablet on your skin", the Cicret bracelet will project your phone onto the skin of your arm.


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Image: Cicret


It will use a tiny 'pico projector' and eight miniature proximity sensors to project an image of your device screen on to...

World’s Most Powerful Digital Camera Sees Construction Green Light | SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

The Department of Energy has approved the start of construction for a 3.2-gigapixel digital camera – the world’s largest – at the heart of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST).

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