5 Futuristic and Mind Blowing Products Made of Nano-Materials

Nano technology is becoming more useful every day. The tech has been used in medicine, construction and even fashion. There is an increasing demand for nano-materials that will help produce new tech that could change people’s lives for the better. According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, “nano-sized particles exist in nature and can be created from a variety of products, such as carbon or minerals like silver, but nano-materials by definition must have at least one dimension that is less than approximately 100 nanometers. Most nano-scale materials are too small to be seen with the naked eye — even with conventional lab microscopes.” These materials can help improve other organisms in the long run.




In recent years, researchers have created nano-needles that act the same way larger needles do on lab mice. The tiny needles stay inside the body and then over a short period, they began to bio-degrade. This type of tech will be used to help burn victims with skin treatment, organ transplants and cell regeneration.

10 Best (and Worst) Apple Watch Accessories


Nomad’s Pod

Price: $59.99

This portable battery pack will extend the life of your Apple Watch. Even though the Apple Watch can be functional up to 18 hours, if you talk on the phone for up to three hours, the watch dies. Nomad will start shipping June 15. The Nomad’s Pod can also charge other USB-powered devices and the all-new MacBook model. This is one of the good accessories out there.

apple-watch-reserve-strapReserve Strap

Price: $249.99

The Reserve Strap will boost the watch’s standard battery life. This is a very useful accessory, but there is very little information to go on. There is no real release date, however, you can preorder the product.

This Innovative Humanoid Robot Will Make 2015 Look Like Something Out of the Movie ‘I, Robot’

Pepper is a humanoid robot by Aldebaran Robotics and SoftBank Mobile designed with the ability to read emotions. It was introduced in a conference on June 5 and has been showcased to the public at Softbank Mobile stores in Japan since June 6. It will be available in February 2015 at a base price of JPY 198,000 ($1,931) at Softbank Mobile stores. Pepper’s emotion comes from the ability to analyze expressions and voice tones.

Source: Conscious AI



10 Ways Technology Has Changed the Way We Do Everyday Functions During the Past Decade



With Internet speeds becoming faster, anyone with a laptop can create a business and sell a service or product. The number of home-based jobs has been on the rise in the last decade because companies have found that to be cheaper and more profitable than having a physical location for all workers.


Events like Black Friday have become less meaningful because the Internet has made shopping easy. From your phone or laptop, you can get anything you want. Many sites like Amazon offer free shipping; so stores seem like they could become a thing of the past.