Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


Researchers develop nanodiscs to deliver personalized cancer therapy

Researchers develop nanodiscs to deliver personalized cancer therapy

Researchers from the University of Michigan have reported success in cancer research with mice using a new delivery method for therapies called nanodiscs. The researchers were able to use the nanodiscs to deliver a customized therapeutic vaccine for the treatment of colon and melanoma cancer tumors. Personalized immunotherapy is a growing field of research for cancer treatments.

Continue Reading

Yi Technology Erida drone is a tricopter with 4K 60fps video capability

Yi Technology Erida drone is a tricopter with 4K 60fps video capability

Yi Technology has announced that it will be at CES 2017 kicking off in a few weeks and at the show it will unveil a new tricopter drone called the Erida Drone. The company says that the Erida will be the world's first mainstream, full carbon fiber smart drone that has strength, speed, and the Yi 4k action camera attached. While most drones have quad rotors today, the Erida has three making it a tricopter.

Continue Reading

Ford shows off next-gen autonomous Fusion development

Ford shows off next-gen autonomous Fusion development

Ford has been working on autonomous vehicle tech for a while now and the automaker is talking up its next generation Fusion autonomous vehicle. The new vehicle uses the current Ford autonomous platform but adds in more processing power with new computer hardware inside. Ford also notes that the tech used in the car is more production ready.

Continue Reading

Self-assembly process builds nanowires with tiny 3-atom wide copper-sulfur crystalline core

Self-assembly process builds nanowires with tiny 3-atom wide copper-sulfur crystalline core

Stanford University researchers with help for the US Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have created a new self-assembly process that that uses something called diamondoids to create tiny nanowires that have a solid core. That solid core inside the tiny nanowires is made from a 3-atom wide copper-sulfur crystalline material and is the smallest core possible. The tiny nanowires have superior electrical properties due to the lack of defects in the solid crystalline core.

Continue Reading

NASA’s space laser is used to study phytoplankton

NASA’s space laser is used to study phytoplankton

NASA has a laser inside a satellite orbiting the Earth and the laser is being used to study the boom-and-bust cycle of polar ocean plants. Specifically the laser is being used to study the peak and decline cycles of phytoplankton in the ocean. NASA says that its findings will supply data for ecosystem management, commercial fisheries, and help our understanding of the climate and key ocean ecosystems.

Continue Reading

Gionee M2017 smartphone has dual curve display, huge 7000mAh battery

Gionee M2017 smartphone has dual curve display, huge 7000mAh battery

A new smartphone has turned up out of China called the Gionee M2017 and the device has some nice features and a very attractive style. The smartphone has a screen with dual curved edges similar to the Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone. That screen is a 5.7-inch AMOLED unit with 2K resolution and 518 PPI.

Continue Reading

Asus C302CA Chromebook packs 4GB RAM, 12.5-inch screen, and Core M3 CPU

Asus C302CA Chromebook packs 4GB RAM, 12.5-inch screen, and Core M3 CPU

Back in October a new Chromebook from Asus passed through the FCC and it was called the C302CA. With the machine making its way through the FCC we expected to see the device launch shortly thereafter, but that launch never happened. At the time the machine crossed the FCC, the price was tipped at around $800 for the powerful Chromebook. Recently that C302CA Chromebook turned up on Newegg for ordering.

Continue Reading

China plans to soft land probe on far side of the moon by 2018

China plans to soft land probe on far side of the moon by 2018

China has announced its space ambitions for the coming years and it has some big plans. The first thing that China plans to do is place a probe on the far side of the moon. China wants to soft land a probe on the far side of the moon by 2018 and accomplishing this feat would make it the first country to do so.

Continue Reading

Double Dragon IV lands on PC and PS4 January 30

Double Dragon IV lands on PC and PS4 January 30

A new video game has been announced that fighting game fans will be excited about. The game is the 30th Anniversary version of Double Dragon IV. The game will launch on January 30 and will be available for the PS4 and on Steam. This game marks the first update in the franchise since the 2012 Double Dragon Neon title.

Continue Reading

Firefox support for XP and Vista users may end in 2017

Firefox support for XP and Vista users may end in 2017

Computer users out there who are still running Windows Vista or XP have been left behind by most major software makers, including Microsoft. Mozilla plans to continue to support Vista and XP users and has announced that in approximately March 2017 XP and Vista users will be moved to the Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR). Mozilla says that Firefox is one of the few browsers out there that will continue to support XP and Vista users.

Continue Reading

Elon Musk teases Supercharger V3 that packs over 350kW of power

Elon Musk teases Supercharger V3 that packs over 350kW of power

Elon Musk is a busy man between Tesla and SpaceX, he also likes to tease company plans via Twitter and has recently teased a coming version of the Supercharger. If you are unfamiliar, the Supercharger network is a network of high-powered charging stations intended to combat range anxiety and allow freer EV travelling. Elon Musk recently teased Supercharger V3 and it sounds like a serious update.

Continue Reading

Kissenger Robotic kisser lets you make out from afar

Kissenger Robotic kisser lets you make out from afar

There are people all around the world who are far away from loved ones or in long distance relationships with someone they love. A new device called Kissenger has been developed that aims to allow you to share kisses with your loved ones from afar. This device allows you to send kisses by smashing your lips against a rubber pad that is attached to your smartphone.

Continue Reading

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next