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VetiGel can stop bleeding in little as 20 seconds

Created by Brooklyn-based biotech startup, Suneris, VetiGel, made from plant-based polymers that stop bleeding in little as 20 seconds when applied to a wound, working along the human body’s natural healing process.

K computer wins supercomputer award

RIKEN, based at the University of Tsukuba and Fujitsu, has received top ranking from the 2014 HPC Challenge, which evaluates computing power. This was for the university’s “K” supercomputer.

New 3D-printed hand set to change prosthetics

A company based in Bristol, UK, has combined 3D scanning and 3D printing techniques to produce a revolutionary new prosthetic hand that could transform available solutions for amputees with improved-quality, lower-cost functionality.

Review: Korean educational meeting app PingPong preparing to go global

Technical innovations have come so quickly over the last couple of years that unless something is truly revolutionary, it garners little attention.

The belt and buckle cell phone battery charger is with you always

Perhaps the greatest thing about Nifty's upcoming cell phone battery charger that is also a belt and belt buckle, is that it looks like, well, a belt and a belt buckle. It's not massive, not cumbersome, just a belt and belt buckle.

Musi presents a new way to listen to music

A new iPhone app that is now competing with YouTube Music Key, Songza and Spotify. The streaming service is called Musi, and it aims to provide something different.

Developer describes major flaw of Apple Watch

Apple on Tuesday released WatchKit, the company's software building tool for Apple Watch, and developers have already discovered a flaw in the operating system's design.

Man known for spy gadgets selling Airbnb party protection kit

2014 has been an amazing year for Airbnb. The site that lets you rent your home to strangers over the internet has become insanely popular, serving over 20 million guests in 800,000 listings in 34,000 cities.

New video game console: Mario

This new video game cube is known as Mario. Of course, it looks nothing like the Mario you and I grew up with. But I promise you, it is in fact a video game, and you can play one move a day with it.

Taiwan chip designer produces low-priced smartphone

Smartphone chips manufactured by Taiwan’s MediaTek Inc. were mostly looked over by the big phone brands throughout the past decade.

Apple gives a big win to Samsung

Samsung will make the majority of chips for future iPhones and iPads starting in 2016, according to Korea Times. This is a big win for Samsung.

Skype rolls out web version of the application

Skype, the telecommunication software that enables voice calls and real-time messages over the Internet once again garnered the attention of the world by releasing a web version of the application.

Now you can see yourself 20 years into the future

We all always wonder what our lives will be like in the future. Will I have children? Will I get married? What will the world be like 10 years from now? A new website attempts to predict the future, narrated by your future self.

Review: nPlayer becomes the latest all-purpose video player on iOS

A new way to stream and watch your favourite videos on the iOS, nPlayer from Newin Inc., is all about capability and convenience.

The Prynt case turns your smartphone into an instant print camera

Over the years, smartphones are always upping the ante. Especially when it comes to how well the device takes the pictures. Luckily, companies such as Prynt are slowly realizing that.

Op-Ed: It'll come as no surprise U.S. privacy confidence is at a new low

Last month I entered a bank to enquire about a new savings account it was offering. A staff member at the bank arranged a meeting, took my mobile phone number and name. Within a day my phone was hot with cold callers.

Op-Ed: 5 year old passes Microsoft Certification exam — Kids rule, again

Coventry - Ayan Qureshi, a 5 year old in the UK has left Microsoft flabbergasted but fascinated after passing their “difficult but enjoyable” Certified Professional exam. His father is an IT consultant.

Op-Ed: EMV vulnerabilities for IT professionals

Atlanta - 2015 has a few payment processing milestones that merchants will need to address. If you are an IT project manager working in retail management and haven’t been defining projects for new hardware and software; you are way late my friends.

iPhone 6 sales are exceeding expectations

In the first 30 days after its release the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have sold better than expected, with sales surpassing all other iPhone models.
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