SlashGear 2023-03-24 22:30:10

Danny Koker, owner of Count's Kustoms of "Counting Cars" fame has been working on cars his whole life. Here are some of the little-known facts about him. … [Read more...]

The Best Hybrid SUVs With 3rd Row Seats You Can Buy In 2023

If you're looking for a plug-in hybrid SUV with third-row seating, the pickings are a little slime, but we have some of our favorites here for you. … [Read more...]

The Experimental French Military Aircraft That Was The First Of Its Kind To Fly In Europe

Launched in the late '90s, the French Air Force launched an experimental program designed to craft the first unmanned UAV and UCAV aircraft in Europe. … [Read more...]

Soft-bodied robot copies a caterpillar to squeeze through gaps

If you're making a small robot that can explore tight spaces, it would be good if that device could also shimmy its way through narrow gaps. An experimental new robot can do just that, by emulating a caterpillar.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: North Carolina State University, Soft Robotics, Biomimicry, locomotion, Caterpillar … [Read more...]

Why Privacy Fears Took ChatGPT Offline This Week

OpenAI's immensely popular ChatGPT was taken offline earlier this week due to privacy concerns. Here's what happened and all the other details to this point. … [Read more...]

Pants made with electronic yarn could transmit exhaustion alerts

Most of us don't really need to wear special pants that let us know when we're exhausted; we're good at figuring that out all on our own. However, when it comes to hardcore athletes, getting an alert when the body starts moving in a way that indicates physical exhaustion could be a good thing. To that end, researchers have developed an electronic yarn that could be used to detect shifts in movement patterns, and alert wearers that it's time to … [Read more...]