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Toilet paper-delivering robots and intestine sensors

Toilet paper-delivering robots and intestine sensors 0

🕔13:07, 13.Jan 2020

The latest in toilet tech has been on show this week at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES), as toilet paper-delivering robots, non-stick pans and intestine sensors caught the eye of visitors. The two-wheeled Charmin Rollbot stands at roughly

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Samsung’s Bot Chef will help you cook dinner; PuduTech’s robot waiter will deliver it

Samsung’s Bot Chef will help you cook dinner; PuduTech’s robot waiter will deliver it 0

🕔15:04, 11.Jan 2020

Everyone needs a helping hand in the kitchen. Samsung’s Bot Chef can provide two. The South Korean tech giant showed off its robot chef at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, demonstrating how it can help chop, cook and

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My what a big baby you have! Mexico zoo welcomes giraffe calf

My what a big baby you have! Mexico zoo welcomes giraffe calf 0

🕔15:03, 11.Jan 2020

After a 15-month gestation period, the newest and one of the tallest additions to Mexico City’s Chapultepec Park Zoo was born on October 23rd : Sicaru the baby giraffe. Sicaru means “beautiful” in the Zapotec language spoken in Mexico’s Oaxaca

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Auto giants showcase futuristic concept cars at Consumer Electronics Show

Auto giants showcase futuristic concept cars at Consumer Electronics Show 0

🕔15:00, 11.Jan 2020

Several of the world’s leading car makers have brought their latest concept cars to the Consumer Electronics Show 2020 in Las Vegas, with the high-tech models showing how cars of the future will move far beyond being just a convenient

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Consumer Electronics Show 2020 kicks off in Las Vegas

Consumer Electronics Show 2020 kicks off in Las Vegas 0

🕔15:09, 8.Jan 2020

Consumer Electronics Show, the annual technology industry show in Las Vegas, opened its doors last Tuesday. The annual convention bring thousands of technology enthusiasts to Las Vegas to get a peek at the latest innovations. This year, Ivanka Trump, the

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‘Liberation from gridlock’ – Hyundai unveils flying car concept

‘Liberation from gridlock’ – Hyundai unveils flying car concept 0

🕔12:46, 7.Jan 2020

Hyundai is joining the race for flying cars to ease urban congestion. The South Korean automaker unveiled its electric flying car concept at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, announcing it will partner with ride-hailing company Uber to jointly

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Robots and AI-powered products return to Vegas for CES

Robots and AI-powered products return to Vegas for CES 0

🕔13:18, 6.Jan 2020

From the Keurig of cocktails and soft, squishy comfort robots to artificial intelligence-fueled projector screens and personalized skincare regiments, more than 200 new products appeared at a media event ahead of the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Scientists create beanless coffee for a more eco-friendly brew

Scientists create beanless coffee for a more eco-friendly brew 0

🕔13:20, 5.Jan 2020

A U.S. start-up has reverse-engineered the coffee bean, producing imitation coffee with the same flavour but without the time, expense and environmental impact of using beans. Based in Seattle famed for its coffee culture Atomo Coffee is the brainchild of

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Ukrainian crafts ‘green’ musical instruments from recycled furniture

Ukrainian crafts ‘green’ musical instruments from recycled furniture 0

🕔12:59, 3.Jan 2020

Ukrainian craftsman Bogdan Todchuk has found an eco-friendly way to craft musical instruments – instead of using raw wood, he searches local landfills for old wooden furniture to turn into guitars, violins and other instruments. Todchuk first started using recycled

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How refugees in Ethiopia are turning weeds into energy

How refugees in Ethiopia are turning weeds into energy 0

🕔13:03, 31.Dec 2019

Prosopis Juliflora trees are designated as undesirable weeds due to their invasive nature, abundance, and the harm they cause to grazing livestock in Ethiopia’s arid south. Locals through a cooperative supported by IKEA are turning the weed into charcoal briquettes

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