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Michael Phelps blames you for your unrealistic expectations of his shark race

People were pretty annoyed when Michael Phelps didn't risk his life by jumping in open water to race a shark that was expected to swim in a straight line on television. Discovery Channel's "Phelps vs Shark" might not have gone the way some folks expe.....»»

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Google Maps and Search will show crisis information via SOS Alerts

Google's SOS Alerts feature, which will begin appearing in the company's Maps and Search apps, highlights real-time information in a crisis. It surfaces websites, maps, top stories, and other resources that might come in handy after a disaster. The p.....»»

Source:  DigitaltrendsCategory: Top8 hr. 59 min. ago Related News

The world’s first smart, electric, self-inflating stand-up paddleboard

Take all the hassle and heavy lifting out of paddle-boarding. SipaBoard makes it easy to get your entire family out on the water in less time than it takes to inflate one board with a traditional hand pump. The post The world’s first smart, ele.....»»

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Woman gave birth in the back of an Uber and got $220 worth of credits

Now you know what's in store, should you ever have to give birth in the back of an Uber. Siti Halimah Mahamud was in labour, trying to make her way to a hospital in Singapore, when her water broke. SEE ALSO: Jamie King Relied on Uber to Get Her to th.....»»

Source:  MashableCategory: Top12 hr. 43 min. ago Related News

Woman gave birth in the back of an Uber and got $220 worth credits

Now you know what's in store, should you ever have to give birth in the back of an Uber. Siti Halimah Mahamud was in labour, trying to make her way to a hospital in Singapore, when her water broke. SEE ALSO: Jamie King Relied on Uber to Get Her to th.....»»

Source:  MashableCategory: Top14 hr. 51 min. ago Related News

We"ll have blown through our share of the Earth"s resources for all of this year by next week

Humankind will have used up its allowance of planetary resources for 2017 by August 2, say environmental groups. The Earth is a pretty amazing thing. Every year, it regenerates an enormous amount of the environmental resources – water, s.....»»

Source:  TechradarCategory: Top14 hr. 51 min. ago Related News

We"ll have already used up the Earth"s resources for this entire year by 2 August

Humankind will have used up its allowance of planetary resources for all of 2017 by next week. The Earth is a pretty amazing thing. Every year, it regenerates an enormous amount of the environmental resources - water, soil and clean air - that.....»»

Source:  TechradarCategory: Top15 hr. 23 min. ago Related News

Google"s new SOS Alerts can provide critical information during emergencies

Google augments search and Maps to bring news, updates, alternative routes and more when there's a crisis. To help people keep tabs on what's happening during a crisis, Google is rolling out SOS Alerts – a new batch of features to a.....»»

Source:  TechradarCategory: Top15 hr. 43 min. ago Related News

Google’s Newest Feature Will Help People Looking for Help After a Crisis or Natural Disaster

By providing more information in search results and Maps When Yossi Matias was working out of Google’s Haifa, Israel-based office one day seven years ago, he noticed a massive smoke cloud in the distance. There was a devastating fire happ.....»»

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New study reveals that the surface of Moon contains high amounts of water trapped in deposits

Numerous volcanic deposits distributed across the surface of the Moon contain unusually high amounts of trapped water compared with surrounding terrains. The post New study reveals that the surface of Moon contains high amounts of water trapped in de.....»»

Source:  Tech2Category: AsiaJul 25th, 2017Related News

Google just announced a new safety feature to keep you safe and informed during a crisis

Another tech company is working to keep you safe during times of crisis. Google announced a new set of safety features called "SOS alerts" in a blog post on Tuesday. With SOS alerts, which the company will add to Google Search and Google Maps, Google.....»»

Source:  MashableCategory: TopJul 25th, 2017Related News

Google"s new SOS Alerts look to provide critical information during emergencies

Google augments search and Maps to bring news, updates, alternative routes and more when there's a crisis situation. To help people keep tabs on what's happening during a crisis, Google is rolling out SOS Alerts — a new batch of fea.....»»

Source:  TechradarCategory: TopJul 25th, 2017Related News

Ingenious pipeline could be a much-needed lifeline for dying coral reefs

Coral reefs are highly susceptible to an array of environmental factors most notably being temperature fluctuations. This ingenious pump and pipeline could deliver cool water to colonies at risk due to climate change. The post Ingenious pipeline coul.....»»

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How Phyn Is Bringing The World Of High Tech To Water Conservation, With Ryan Kim

The world of plumbing is not known for its high tech products. However, that makes it an area ripe for technology innovation. We spoke this morning with a Los Angeles startup, Phyn (www.phyn.com)--which recently spun out of Belkin in a joint venture.....»»

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IDG Contributor Network: Making smart cities a smarter way

Almost everywhere I travel these days I hear someone talking about making their city a "smart city." I personally put the most faith in those initiatives that have determined what they want "smart" to accomplish whether it be zero net water consum.....»»

Source:  NetworkworldCategory: NetworkJul 25th, 2017Related News

A limiting factor on producing electricity in a warming world? Water.

Without planning and cooperation, EU countries could be up against a water problem. Enlarge / Thermal power plant with sun in Genoa, Italy. (credit: Getty Images) Unless you work at a coal, gas, or nuclear plant, you may not think about wate.....»»

Source:  ArstechnicaCategory: TopJul 25th, 2017Related News

A New Study Shows the Moon"s Interior Could Contain Water

A new study from Brown University shows the moon might be flowing with more water than we thought, thanks to ancient volcanic deposits. NPR reports: Using satellite data, scientists from Brown University studied layers of rock on the moon that likely.....»»

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Lose weight and save money with the Asakuki 2017 Bluetooth Body Fat Scale

Measure and keep track of your visceral fat, muscle mass, body water percentage, basal metabolic rate, bone mass, and body mass index with this Asakuki 2017 Bluetooth Body Fat Scale that's discounted to $31 on Amazon, saving you $69. The post Lose we.....»»

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Get free Wi-Fi and melatonin-laced water on Cabin, a new luxury bus

Cabin is a new bus service that's more of a boutique hotel, and for now, it's only operating between Los Angeles and San Francisco. It comes with free Wi-Fi, melatonin-laced water, and more. The post Get free Wi-Fi and melatonin-laced water on Cabin,.....»»

Source:  DigitaltrendsCategory: TopJul 23rd, 2017Related News

Cabin transforms long-distance bus rides with sleeping pods and free Wi-Fi

Cabin is a new bus service that's more of a boutique hotel, and for now, it's only operating between Los Angeles and San Francisco. It comes with free Wi-Fi, melatonin-laced water, and more. The post Cabin transforms long-distance bus rides with slee.....»»

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