Scientists Demonstrate Method of Turning Spinach Leaves Into Human Heart Tissue 

Spinach has long been understood to be good for your heart. But researchers have demonstrated that some day spinach could actually be your heart. Specifically, it could be used to repair damaged tissue by giving human heart tissue a plant-infused vascular system.

MIT scientists built a 3D-printed robot ‘skin’ that changes color with stimuli

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have created an insect-inspired, 3D-printed robot “skin” capable of changing color in response to the physical stimuli that it receives.

Researchers develop an artificial lung that fits in a backpack

Engineers at the University of Pittsburgh have developed an artificial lung that can be carried in a patient’s backpack and could offer relief and mobility for people who suffer from lung failure.

Artificial blood breakthrough using immortal stem cells

Researchers from the University of Bristol used early-stage stem cells to 'grow' unlimited blood in the lab. Artificial supplies could be used to help patients who have rare blood types.

World's largest artificial Sun rises in Germany

Germany isn't exactly famous for its sunshine, so to help with the country's commitment to investigating renewable energy, the German Space Center (DLR) has constructed the world's largest artificial Sun.

Drones are revolutionising dinosaur research by mapping giant footprints by air

Along the northwest Australian coast lies a dinosaur highway. With the Indian Ocean eating away at the rock, the red cliffs of the Kimberley have revealed hundreds of prehistoric footprints.

Hackers still threaten a remote wipe of iPhones, despite Apple’s statement

After news had emerged earlier this week that a hacker group called Turkish Crime Family (TCF) is holding millions of Apple ID accounts for ransom, Apple said that its servers and databases were not hacked.

How to make sewage drinkable

Technology The water (re)cycle Some U.S. cities, like the perpetually parched San Diego, are beginning to combat drought by reclaiming millions of gallons of would-be waste daily.

Solar-powered synthetic skin could give prostheses a sense of touch

For years Ravinder Dahiya has been developing thin and flexible electronics, the kind that could be used for synthetic skin, and for years the material scientist has wrestled with various obstacles.

Master & Dynamic MW50 review: Superlative wireless headphones that sound as great as they look

New York-based brand Master & Dynamic wants to prove that function, style and high-end performance can indeed come together in a portable package, with its recently released MW50 wireless supra-aural (on-ear) headphones.

Dell’s next-level 8K monitor is now on sale for $5,000

Dell announced its 32-inch 8K desktop display — the UP3218K — at CES this year, which promises a resolution of 7680 x 4320 with a pixel density of 280ppi. Today, that monitor is available to order through Dell’s website for $4,999.99.

Google adds audio call update to Duo

Google said it would offer an audio-only option on its Duo video calls service to help in times of poor connection, and was adding a feature to permit file sharing in group chats on Allo.

Surging Bitcoin prices inspire a wave of scams

New research from the security firm ZeroFox shows a surge in Bitcoin-related crimes during the first three weeks of March, just as the cryptocurrency was moving to integrate into conventional financial markets.

Fossil unveils more than 300 new smartwatches and no, this isn't a typo

Fossil Group, known for its several high-profile watch brands, such as Fossil, Skagen, and Misfit, claims to have "reinvented the watch" with its latest lineup of more than 300 smartwatches set for release throughout 2017.

Nearly Two-Thirds of Cancers Are Due to Random DNA 'Mistakes'

Cancer is a disease cause by mistakes in DNA, and now a new study finds that majority of these mistakes are completely random — they're not due to heredity or environmental factors, but rather the result of random errors.

Google is (slowly) fixing the biggest problem with Android

Google's biggest Android problem remains a huge issue but it's slowly improving. At least that's the takeaway from Google's Android Security Year in Review, the latest update on the company's ongoing plan to get phone makers to adopt security updates more quickly.

Self-sustaining bacteria-fueled power cell created

Researchers have developed the next step in microbial fuel cells (MFCs) with the first micro-scale self-sustaining cell, which generated power for 13 straight days through symbiotic interactions of two types of bacteria.

Scammer Tricked Two US Tech Companies Into Wiring $100 Million, Officials Say

A Lithuanian man was charged for tricking two U.S. tech companies into wiring $100 million through a phishing scam, the Justice Department said Tuesday. The scammer, Evaldas Rimasauskas, who was arrested late last week, deceived the companies from at least 2013 until 2015, officials said.

NASA’s origami-inspired robot can crouch, crawl, and climb serious inclines

Engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California are developing a small scout robot called the Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot (PUFFER) to accompany the next generation of Martian rovers.

Netflix’s new Los Gatos campus is made of self-tinting smart glass for optimal lighting

Netflix’s Los Gatos employees will soon be working behind so-called “smart glass,” as the developers behind its newly built campus have enlisted the services of View to ensure workers can enjoy a bright and airy environment.