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Dyson and Gtech answer UK call for ventilator design and production to support COVID-19 response

Companies various regions of the world are altering production line and business frameworks to address the needs of governments and healthcare agencies in their efforts to slow the spread of COVID-1 9. Two companionships rebutting that call are Dyson and Gtech, both of which are working on ventilator hardware, leveraging their experience building vacua and […]

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Oura partners with UCSF to determine if its smart ring can help detect COVID-19 early

Startups continue to find new ways to contribute to ongoing efforts to fight the world spread of COVID-1 9 during the current global coronavirus pandemic, and personal health hardware-maker Oura is no objection. The smart-alecky ring startup shall cooperate with the University of California, San Francisco( UCSF) on a new study to see if its […]

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Kinsa’s fever map could show just how crucial it is to stay home to stop COVID-19 spread

Smart thermometer maker Kinsa has been working on building accurate, predictive examples to seeing how seasonal maladies like the influenza pas in and among parishes — and its excitement map is finding brand-new practicality as the tale coronavirus pandemic changes globally. While Kinsa’s US Health Weather Map has no way of moving the spread of […]

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SpaceX and Tesla are ‘working on’ ventilators, Elon Musk says

Elon Musk tweeted Friday that Tesla and SpaceX staff members shall be” “workin on” ventilators” even though he doesn’t believe they will be needed. His confirmation on Twitter that both of the companies he guides are working on ventilators comes a day after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasiomade a direct plea to Musk […]

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Open-source project spins up 3D-printed ventilator validation prototype in just one week

In a great example of what can happen when smart-alecky, technically-oriented beings come together in a time of need, an open-source hardware project started by a group including Irish entrepreneur Colin Keogh and Breeze Automation CEO and co-founder Gui Calavanti has rendered a prototype ventilator consuming 3D-printed parts and readily available, inexpensive material. The ventilator […]

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iPads become more laptop-like with the arrival of full mouse and trackpad support

Apple really dropped a assortment of hardware news online via press release. That’s really the world we live in right now. We’ll probably get to see a whole lot of this in the coming weeks and months, as companionships adjust to the brand-new online actuality. Along with with a new MacBook Air and inform to […]

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Visual One smartens up home security cameras with object and action recognition

“Smart” cameras are to be found in millions of homes, but the truth is they’re not all that smart. Facial recognition and motion detection are their main tricks… but what if you want to know if the dog jumped on the couch, or if your toddler is playing with the stove? Visual One equips cameras […]

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Immutouch wristband buzzes to stop you touching your face

In the age of coronavirus, we all have to fight the urge to touch our faces. It’s how the virus can jaunt from doorknobs or other objectives to your mucus tissues and get you sick. Luckily, a startup announced Slightly Robot had already developed a wristband to stop another type of harmful touching — trichotillomania, […]

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Desperate to exit, a $10B price tag for Magic Leap is crazy

Augmented reality headset maker Magic Leap has contended with the law of physics and failed to get to market. Now it’s seeking an acquirer, but talks with Facebook and medical goods giant Johnson& Johnson headed nowhere are in accordance with a new report from Bloomberg’s Ed Hammond. After raising over$ 2 billion and being valued […]

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Relativity Space expands its rocket-printing operations into an enormous new Long Beach HQ

Building a projectile is a big operation, even when you’re publishing them from the ground up, like Relativity Space. The opening startup is graduating from its initial role, which is a bit cramped for assemble projectiles, to a huge space in Long Beach, where the company will go from paradigm to first flight. We recently […]

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