Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Self-cleaning gym bags and coffee table Pong
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You can't technically buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk! The post Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Self-cleaning gym bags and coffee table Pong appeared first on Digital Trends....
Innovative bicycle shock absorber offers to smooth the way for you
The Rinsten Spring installs under the seat of practically any bicycle and absorbs shocks in three dimensions. This keeps the ride comfortable while avoiding excess stress on the rider's body. The post Innovative bicycle shock absorber offers to smooth the way for you appeared first on Digital Trends.
Student’s VR therapy tool combats social anxiety and speech disorders
24-year-old Product Design student Gareth Walkom has developed VR software designed to help individuals work through social anxieties and speech disorders by confronting a range of virtual scenarios. The post Student’s VR therapy tool combats social anxiety and speech disorders appeared first on Digital Trends.
Don’t eat this spinach: Scientists grow heart tissue on Popeye’s favorite greens
What's the best platform for growing healthy heart tissues in a lab? According to a new bioengineering research project, it may be good old fashioned spinach leaves. Popeye would be proud. The post Don’t eat this spinach: Scientists grow heart tissue on Popeye’s favorite greens appeared first on Digital Trends.
NFL games may have fewer commercials next season in bid to speed things up
While NFL teams are changing up their rosters, the league itself is planning to make adjustments. Commissioner Roger Goodell revealed that the NFL may scale back on commercials to speed up games. The post NFL games may have fewer commercials next season in bid to speed things up appeared first on Digital Trends.
Ditch the itch: Here are the best wool brands for any adventurer or weekend warrior
Although wool consistently gets a bad rap due to its occasionally-itchy properties, modern blends are as soft as any other fabric. These brands offer quality wool that's suitable for any kind of adventure. The post Ditch the itch: Here are the best wool brands for any adventurer or weekend warrior appeared first on Digital Trends.
Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Lego tape and a platform that levitates your stuff
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 it sure is fun to gawk! The post Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Lego tape and a platform that levitates your stuff appeared first on Digital Trends.
Smartgolf’s new gadget is perfect for ‘that guy’ who practices his swing at the office
Most people aren't able to go golfing more than a few times in a year. SmartGolf is a product built to accommodate your schedule. With it, you can practice your swing whenever and wherever you want. The post Smartgolf’s new gadget is perfect for ‘that guy’ who practices his swing at the office appeared first on Digital Trends....
UK watchdog “close” to verdict in DeepMind Health data consent probe
 The UK’s data protection watchdog has said it’s “close” to concluding a 10-month+ investigation into consent complaints pertaining to a patient data-sharing agreement inked between Google-owned DeepMind and the Royal Free NHS Trust which operates three hospitals in London. Read More ...
Some Nutribullet owners report being burned by overheating, explosions
If you have a Nutribullet, be wary of it overheating. That's the warning coming out of a news report which cites a number of consumers who have been burned by exploding and overheating blenders. The post Some Nutribullet owners report being burned by overheating, explosions appeared first on Digital Trends.
Google is using your health data to make Fit a better personal assistant
Google is using your health data to make Google Fit better and that is only going to continue as the app becomes more of your personal assistant, at least according to a recent interview. The post Google is using your health data to make Fit a better personal assistant appeared first on Digital Trends.
Google will use your health data to help make Fit a better personal coach
Google is using your health data to make Google Fit better and that is only going to continue as the app becomes more of your personal assistant, at least according to a recent interview. The post Google will use your health data to help make Fit a better personal coach appeared first on Digital Trends.
Apple’s ResearchKit may be a viable alternative to traditional studies
Asthma researchers used Apple's ResearchKit to collect tens of thousands of responses from smartphone users. They conclude that the platform has potential as an alternative to traditional studies. The post Apple’s ResearchKit may be a viable alternative to traditional studies appeared first on Digital Trends.
New Vitamix Ascent Series blenders make sure you use the correct container
Vitamix Ascent blenders use NFC wireless to detect the container size you're using to give you the correct ingredient portion for that size. Two of the four models have preprogrammed settings for commonly blended recipes. The post New Vitamix Ascent Series blenders make sure you use the correct container appeared first on Digital Trends....
Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: AWD electric skateboards and anti-surveillance shades
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 it sure is fun to gawk! The post Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: AWD electric skateboards and anti-surveillance shades appeared first on Digital Trends.
Cyclists can record what is happening behind them with the Hexagon camera
The Hexagon is the ultimate safety addition to any bicycle. All in one package, it combines a tail light, rear-view camera, brake lights, turn indicator, and more. This way, everyone can easily see the biker's intentions. The post Cyclists can record what is happening behind them with the Hexagon camera appeared first on Digital Trends....
Low-speed street racing: A $400 Lamborghini was made for your feet
Owning a Lamborghini is outside most anyone's reach as prices for the luxury sports cars are usually in the six figures. But for anyone who really loves the Italian auto manufacturer, there may be another way to own a Lamborghini. The post Low-speed street racing: A $400 Lamborghini was made for your feet appeared first on Digital Trends....
DeepMind says no quick fix for verifying health data access
 Why should you trust an advertising giant with the most sensitive personal data you possess: aka your medical records? That’s the hugely sticky issue Google-owned DeepMind is facing as it seeks to embed itself into the UK’s healthcare space — a big push publicly announced in February last year. Read More ...
Chemists develop cheaper snake antivenom, may work for spiders and scorpions
New research from a team of chemists at the University of California, Irvine offers a procedure through which antivenom can be fabricated more easily and cheaply than conventional methods. The post Chemists develop cheaper snake antivenom, may work for spiders and scorpions appeared first on Digital Trends.
Fitbit uses machine learning to give sleep insights with new Alta HR
Fitbit's latest fitness wristband -- the Alta HR -- will be the first to have the new Sleep Insights and Sleep Stages features. Both features use machine learning to track your sleep stages and recommend how to improve your sleep. The post Fitbit uses machine learning to give sleep insights with new Alta HR appeared first on Digital Trends....