Lamborghini To Use Carbon Fiber For Next-Gen Prosthetics Research
Like airplane and helicopter, Lamborghini relies heavily on advanced composite materials such as carbon fiber to make its cars as light as possible. It handles every step of the production process in-house; its engineers call this a building block approach.
Apple Begins A Major Expansion In Microsoft´s Territory
Recently, Apple just announced its gigantic office in London and the highly-anticipated Apple´s spaceship, which is going to open in April and will offer beautiful open spaces to the public.
Mortality Rate Update: Your Location Might Just Tell How You’ll Die, How Is That Possible?
Considering the different causes of death of every mortality cases, does a person’s location play a great role in determining how he is likely to die? How accurate can it be? The details, inside
Toyota Boasts Its Smart Key Box Where Your Smartphone Is Now Your Car Key
Toyota introduces an innovation to further its place in the car-sharing market.
Study Reveals Gender And Racial Discrimination By Uber and Lyft Drivers
If an Uber or Lyft driver cancels a ride for you, it may have been driven by discrimination.
Amazon To Sell Kindle Books In Brick And Mortar Stores
Amazon's new brick-and-mortar store is a one stop shop of Kindle books and electronic devices.
The Internet Of Things Gets $9M Sponsorship From GE, Ericsson
A startup from Seattle that helps developers control and monitor activitiy in devices has just scored $9 million in investments from GE Ventures, Ericsson, Aspect Ventures and DFJ.