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Apr
2016

Gizmag jobs – Mobile Technology Writer

Since 2002, Gizmag has been covering the latest developments in mobile technology, consumer electronics, science and ...

Since 2002, Gizmag has been covering the latest developments in mobile technology, consumer electronics, science and transport. We're now one of the largest independent technology publications in the world, and we're looking for a US-based journalist specializing in mobile tech to join our global team.

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Category: Mobile Technology

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Apr
2016

Who’s been sleeping in my bed? Smarttress takes technology to a new low

Durmet has created a mattress to warn if your partner is cheating on you

We've covered everything from fart-proof blankets to connected wine bottles, but Durmet's latest creation is close to winning a gold in the "most ridiculous idea" stakes. The Smartress is a mattress with an inbuilt "lover detection system" that uses an array of sensors to measure the duration and intensity of any, er, activity undertaken on it, and notifies your phone if anything suspicious is going on.

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Category: Around The Home

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Apr
2016

DARPA VTOL X-plane takes flight in miniature

The flight was conducted using a 1/5 scale model

It may look like a backwards airplane with a collection of fans for wings, but a miniature test version of DARPA's Vertical Take-off and Landing Experimental Plane (VTOL X-Plane) took to the skies recently. According to the builder, Aurora Flight Sciences, the subscale vehicle demonstrator (SVD) prototype of the LightningStrike successfully completed a series of takeoff, hover, and landing maneuvers at an undisclosed US military base.

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Category: Aircraft

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Apr
2016

Slithering serpentine robot snakes its way to seabed inspections

It is hoped that the Eelume robot can carry much of the workload for those performing ...

It looks like something you'd want to steer clear of in a video game, and most likely real life as well, but this menacing mechanical snake isn't out to hurt anybody. Developed to cut the costs of maintaining underwater equipment, the Eelume robot is designed to be unleashed permanently on seabeds where it will glide through tight spaces tending to gear that is difficult and expensive to reach for us humans.

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Category: Robotics

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