From Autodesk: Autodesk' BioNano WorkWhat could happen when the future of making things gets shrunk down to nanoscale? What kind of shapes could be created? What new kinds of techniques could be used to fight disease?Posted by Autodesk on Monday, February 8, 2016
Crystal balls are finally proving useful for genuine medical applications. This is thanks to researchers at Drexel University where materials scientists are producing nano-scale crystal balls designed to distribute drugs within the body. Show More Summary
SlateReview has been the first to review new Vaio Phone Biz. The premium experience starts with the packaging. The handset itself however is also really impressive. It is dual SIM, supporting micro and nano SIMs. The memory card slot supports 64 GB SDXC cards. The microUSB slot supports USB OTG, but Continuum support is wireless-only […]
This new material acts like liquid Play-Doh.
Unlimited high-flying fun awaits in the Ultra-Stealth Nano Drone – the world’s smallest quadcopter, and your new favorite flying toy. This tiny quadcopter is small enough to rest on the tip of your finger, and can easily maneuver through...Show More Summary
Water drops covered in a thin layer of silica can be shaped like Play-Doh and remain transparent, raising the prospect of new types of lens
Nano is a 20-year-old woman from Norway who thinks she's a cat. She meows, purrs, and hisses at dogs. She wears a plush tail and ears and says she hates water. She claims to be able to hear things that others can't, like keys jingling...Show More Summary
These colorful little quadcopters are the perfect indoor timekillers. They’re small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and take flight as soon as you toss them in the air. Flight time is about 5-8 minutes per charge.
Don't get it twisted. Nano, a 20-year-old Norwegian, insists she's not a cat person. She's a cat. H/T NY MAG Kristy Puchko has a lot of questions. None of which were answered by this video....
You throw this drone up into the air, and it’s gone. OK, not really, but it really might look that way. It’s sky blue and will indeed appear to disappear. That’s what makes it awesome. This sunny-day stealth is going for 50% off right...Show More Summary
A video of a human woman in Norway who claims that she is really a cat has taken the Internet by storm this week, but there’s little information available about her. Is the woman identified in the video as a 20-year-old named Nano serious? ...Show More Summary
Like most cats, Nano likes to hunt mice, hiss at dogs, and groom with her paws. Unlike most cats, Nano was born human. I stand with Nano. Read more...
This is a whole new level of cat lady. Nano, a 20-year-old Norwegian woman, is featured by news outlet NRK P3 Verdens Rikeste Land, to reveal that she believes she's a cat trapped in a human's body. See also: San Francisco cat ownerShow More Summary
You might have heard of women who believe that they have been born in the wrong sex, but this young woman believes she was born into the wrong species. Meet Nano, a shy 20-year-old woman from Oslo, Norway, who thinks she is a cat. No, she does not like cats, she thinks she is one.... Show More Summary
Grab this great deal on the compact and expandable KeySmart key organizer, along with two useful attachments: a bottle opener, and a Nano Clip, which makes it easy to clip it to your pocket, bag, or backpack. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.
I have a KeySmart, and I have to say I love it. It’s an organizer for keys, so they’re not aways jangling away in my pocket like I’m a janitor
AMD’s Radeon R9 Nano was the most interesting card in the company’s most recent graphics refresh — not because it was the most powerful (that’d be the watercooled R9 Fury X), but because it was the most efficient, and used its power in a tiny footprint that would fit a Mini ITX motherboard. Now, it’s had a pretty significant price cut in Australia. More »
The problem with carrying several keys inside a pocket is that you get to hear them jingle with every move …
Our friends at TRNDlabs, who sponsored our Weekend of Wonder, have announced the new SKEYE Nano Drone with Camera. This is the world’s smallest camera drone, coming in at just 14 grams (.49 ounce) and measuring 4.0 x 4.0 x 2.2 cm (1.57 x 1.57 x 0.87 inch). Check out more of the SKEYE Nano Drone with Camera here.
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to drones, there are different schools of thought. Some think that these machines should have more regulation, while others do look into the safety aspect of things, especially when there is a risk of losing your eye to one of these machines in an unfortunate accident. Show More Summary