"Microsoft researchers have designed a smart bra that can detect stress.
The prototype contains removable sensors that monitor heart and skin activity to provide an indication of mood levels.
The aim was to find out if wearable technology could help prevent stress-related over-eating.”
200 Geeks, 24 Hours: Science Hack Day in San Francisco
What happens when you fill up a giant space with over 200 eager science fans from around the Bay Area for a weekend? You get Science Hack Day San Francisco, a two-day event where a diverse group of “hackers” — from developers and designers to scientists and students — works side-by-side to see what they can quickly create within 24 consecutive hours.
Watch the video and learn more about the event from interactive producer Jenny Oh at KQED Science.
“Just when will gift-bearing octocopter drones show up on your doorstep? Could be within 4-5 years, according to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
Last night, in an interview with 60 Minutes' Charlie Rose, Bezos unveiled a plan to get thatAdventures of Sherlock Holmes DVD box set you impulse-shopped last night straight from the warehouse to your hands, all courtesy of our new postal overlords. “These are effectively drones,” said Bezos, “but there’s no reason they can’t be used as delivery vehicles.”
"A British team is developing a car that will be capable of reaching 1,000mph (1,610km/h). Powered by a rocket bolted to a Eurofighter-Typhoon jet engine, the vehicle will mount an assault on the world land speed record. Bloodhound will be run on Hakskeen Pan in Northern Cape, South Africa, in 2015 and 2016."
Cutting-Edge Cars: Hydrogen Highway Becomes a Reality
“For the last few years, hybrids and plug-ins have been the stars [at the L.A. Auto Show.] This year, the buzzwords are “hydrogen fuel cell.”