Today, Macy’s introduces mstylelab, a new platform that combines the physical and digital worlds to create innovative fashion experiences. mstylelab aims to redefine fashion by blending technology and immersive environments to enable discovery, self-expression, and connectivity.
Apple has unveiled the latest version of its best-selling watch, the Apple Watch Series 9. The new version boasts a more powerful S9 SiP, which enhances performance and capabilities. It also comes with a new double tap gesture, brighter display, faster on-device Siri, which now has the ability to log and access health data. Additionally,…
Check out the Drinkmate instaFizz water bottle, a new innovation in sparkling beverages. This reusable water bottle uses Drinkmate’s proprietary fizz infuser technology to add carbonation to any cold beverage of your choice.
A new material has been developed that can block microwaves, infrared (IR) heat, and light, and can also become transparent by being stretched or contracted. The inspiration for this material comes from the properties of squid skin.
IBM has announced a significant advance in quantum computing, which has been published in the scientific journal Nature. The study shows that quantum computers can produce precise results, even at a scale of over 100 qubits, which surpasses classical computing methods.
NASA and Boeing announced on Monday that the aircraft created through the agency’s Sustainable Flight Demonstrator project has been given the designation X-66A by the U.S. Air Force.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, in partnership with content blockchain pioneer Eluvio, has announced the release of the next installment of the WB Movieverse with the iconic DC Super Hero film Superman Web3 Movie Experience.
Could architects and engineers learn from the ways of termites if they were to study them? Indeed, a new study in Frontiers in Materials shows how scientists can use termite mounds to make buildings comfortable without the carbon footprint of air conditioning.
The Bee++ prototype features four wings crafted from carbon fiber and mylar, along with four lightweight actuators that control each wing.
Researchers have shown through the use of optical traps that they can throw and catch individual atoms using light on the smallest field imaginable.