Make your next ski trip to Aspen easier with the new Snowmass App
Hitting the slopes can be one of the most entertaining ways to spend your vacation. Planning it can be a completely different story. Aspen Snowmass has launched a new app to ensure that a trip to their mountains is an easy one. The post Make your next ski trip to Aspen easier with the new Snowmass App appeared first on Digital Trends.
Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: LED guitar tutors, electric scooters, and more
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but there's no denying that it's fun to gawk! The post Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: LED guitar tutors, electric scooters, and more appeared first on Digital Trends....
Scientists trained genetically modified salmonella to eat cancerous tumors
A new research project carried out by biomedical engineers at Duke University shows how salmonella food poisoning can be modified to become a cancer-seeking missile. Here's how it works. The post Scientists trained genetically modified salmonella to eat cancerous tumors appeared first on Digital Trends.
DNA sequencing for under $100? Company now says it will soon be possible
Illumina — a DNA sequencing company — unveiled a machine called the NovaSeq at the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference this week. With it the company hopes to bring down the price of sequencing to less than $100. The post DNA sequencing for under $100? Company now says it will soon be possible appeared first on Digital Trends.
The ‘Fitbit of alcohol’ will tell you when you’ve had too much to drink
Put the breathalyzer away! Proof is a wearable device that will tell you when you’ve had too much to drink. Picture a Fitbit for the craft beer set and you won’t be far off. Here's how it works. The post The ‘Fitbit of alcohol’ will tell you when you’ve had too much to drink appeared first on Digital Trends....
New hybrid composite bike frames shed weight without shattering on impact
For a competitive cyclist, carbon fiber is an important way to shed some unnecessary weight in a bike's frame. This benefit comes at the cost of durability. Some new composite materials are looking to combine the best of both. The post New hybrid composite bike frames shed weight without shattering on impact appeared first on Digital Trends....
The new G-Vert fitness tracker measures workout intensity to keep you pumping
The G-Vert fitness tracker helps athletes compete to their maximum with a new intensity tracking that measures not only how long their workout is, but how intensive it is as well. The post The new G-Vert fitness tracker measures workout intensity to keep you pumping appeared first on Digital Trends.
Deeper Lock is back with a new and improved smart bike lock featuring GPS tracking
Meet the Deeper Lock, a "tech-powered bike security system" that promises to bring together a host of anti-theft features to keep you safe from even the most determined of ne'er-do-wells. The post Deeper Lock is back with a new and improved smart bike lock featuring GPS tracking appeared first on Digital Trends.
Hyundai wants to use its manufacturing skills to make exoskeleton tech more affordable
If you were heading up the R&D budget of famed automaker Hyundai, what would you invest in? That’s right: the obvious answer is clearly a series of Iron Man-style robotic exoskeletons. The post Hyundai wants to use its manufacturing skills to make exoskeleton tech more affordable appeared first on Digital Trends.
The Onitor Track fitness band tailors workout routines to your physiology
The Onitor Track, a new weight loss wearable powered by artificial intelligence, tailors exercise routines to a wearer's individual physiology, progress, and other measurable factors. The post The Onitor Track fitness band tailors workout routines to your physiology appeared first on Digital Trends.
Smith Lowdown Focus: Our First Take
Ever wished you didn't lose concentration, and were more focused? Sunglass brand Smith and brain-sensing experts Muse have created a pair of EEG-equipped sunglasses to help achieve that focused state on demand. The post Smith Lowdown Focus: Our First Take appeared first on Digital Trends.
PIQ, Everlast team up on AI that helps boxers train, deliver a knockout punch
Artificial intelligence has been making its way into sports wearables thanks to PIQ Sport Intelligence. By teaming up with Everlast, the world leader in boxing gear, PIQ is bringing its technology to boxing. The post PIQ, Everlast team up on AI that helps boxers train, deliver a knockout punch appeared first on Digital Trends....
Connect Polar heart sensors to a GoPro to showcase your athletic achievements
With GoPro, sharing epic moments has never been easier. Still, there is always more you can do to really showcase your adventure. Polar heart rate sensors allow you to put more information directly into the videos. The post Connect Polar heart sensors to a GoPro to showcase your athletic achievements appeared first on Digital Trends....
Unicorn smartbike from SpeedX helps even amateur cyclists train like the pros
Launched on Kickstarter, the new Unicorn smartbike from Speed X comes with a built-in power meter to help cyclists train more efficiently. SpeedX raced past its Kickstarter goal of $50,000, raising $370,000 in just two days. The post Unicorn smartbike from SpeedX helps even amateur cyclists train like the pros appeared first on Digital Trends....
3D-printed bionic hand is phase one of a modular humanoid project
Created by Italian engineer Federico Ciccarese, Youbionic is a 3D-printed bionic hand controlled by muscle movement, making it a potentially useful tool for people with missing or partially functioning hands. The post 3D-printed bionic hand is phase one of a modular humanoid project appeared first on Digital Trends.
The secret to the perfect synthetic thread? Coconut charcoal
37.5 fabrics incorporate active carbon molecules that not only fight the accumulation of odors in athletic apparel, but also dry fabrics much faster as well. This has been shown to improve performance by as much as 26% in a blind study. The post The secret to the perfect synthetic thread? Coconut charcoal appeared first on Digital Trends....
Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Submersible backpacks, magnet lamps, and more
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but there's no denying that it's fun to gawk! The post Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Submersible backpacks, magnet lamps, and more appeared first on Digital Trends....
5 tech trends that will change the world in 2017
What can you expect to be talking about -- and lusting over -- in 2017? Here's our list of five technology trends that we'll be watching in the New Year. The post 5 tech trends that will change the world in 2017 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Weekly Rewind: Festival tents, Super Mario in real life, losing a Princess
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this week. The post Weekly Rewind: Festival tents, Super Mario in real life, losing a Princess appeared first on Digital Trends....
Stanford’s Laboratory for Cell and Gene Medicine aims to ‘cure the incurable’
Stanford University's amazing new Laboratory for Cell and Gene Medicine is a cutting-edge, 25,000-square-foot facility dedicated to tackling the world’s most challenging medical problems. The post Stanford’s Laboratory for Cell and Gene Medicine aims to ‘cure the incurable’ appeared first on Digital Trends....