‘Sci-fi’ electrode sleeve offers new hope for millions of paralysis patients

Cutting-edge technology is giving new hope to millions of people living with paralysis across the United States. Researchers at The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research have successfully developed a light-weight, wearable electrode sleeve that regulates and triggers finger movement in … Read more…

China food delivery firm Meituan posts second straight quarterly profit since listing

Chinese food delivery giant Meituan Dianping beat market expectations to record a 44% jump in third-quarter revenue and post a second straight quarterly profit, as it gained market share and cemented its dominance in the business. Reuters: Technology News BEST … Read more…

Facebook, YouTube censor mentions of ‘whistleblower’ in Trump-Ukraine scandal

Social media companies are removing any mentions of the whistleblower in the Trump-Ukraine scandal, according to a report. Though the whistleblower’s name has been percolating online — including in the widely-read Drudge Report — Facebook said publishing the name on … Read more…

! iPhone 6/6s Tough Case

Shatter-proof, scratch-resistant hardshell with a cushioned rubber insert to provide superior protection for your phone Easy access to all ports and controls Apple” and “iPhone Shatter-proof, scratch-resistant hardshell with a cushioned rubber insert to provide superior protection for your phone … Read more…

Air Force tests plasma reactor to destroy ‘forever chemicals’ in contaminated groundwater

The Air Force is testing a plasma reactor to destroy harmful chemical compounds in contaminated groundwater. The manmade compounds, which are called per- and polyfluoroalykyl substances, or PFAS, have seeped into groundwater at a number of military bases as a … Read more…

World’s largest robotics contest challenged students to find solutions to ocean pollution

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Seeking to bolster its image as a forward-looking metropolis, Dubai hosted the largest-ever international robotics contest this week, challenging young people from 190 countries to find solutions to global ocean pollution. Event organizers say their … Read more…