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Homemade Device Capable of Printing Stem Cells?

Now that 3-D printing is old news, 3-D bioprinting is the new tech craze. And the latest innovation comes out of Heriot-Watt University, where a team of scientists developed human embryonic stem cells using a homemade 3-D printer. Seriously. “What we have here is our brand-new, in-house built cell printer which I built from scratch...

Real-Life Jurassic Park Coming Soon?

Scientists at the University of Newcastle are conducting experiments to revitalize a species that’s been classified as extinct since 1983 – the gastric-brooding frog. They’re taking DNA from frozen cell samples and planting them inside eggs of a distant relative. Yup, that’s pretty much how dinosaurs were brought back to life in the movie, Jurassic...

Another Giant Step for the Real Estate Recovery

On Tuesday, we discussed how the low inventory in the real estate market is a sure sign that the housing recovery is in full swing. Well, when inventory is low, there’s only one thing to do, right? Build! Indeed, according to the latest data from the U.S. Commerce Department, builders have begun construction on 917,000...

Supply Crunch Hits the Housing Market

Louis Basenese has been saying it for a while now. But many analysts are now in agreement, that this housing rebound is the real deal! One major indicator is inventory. As one real estate broker in Riverside, California says, “Inventory in our area is very short. We average in our good years about 2,200 listings...

Threats Against the U.S. Power Grid Spark Fear in Capitol Hill

The threat of cyber warfare continues to mount. James Clapper, U.S. Director of National Intelligence, says, “When it comes to distinct threat areas, our statement this year leads with cyber, and it’s hard to overemphasize its significance.” The main area of concern? The U.S. power grid. As Jeffrey Carr, author of Inside Cyber Warfare, says,...

Look Out Apple, Samsung is Out for Blood

Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy S4 smartphone in New York City on Thursday. Is the device a game-changer? Not exactly. But since the device will be able to run on more carriers, sales should ramp up, nonetheless. As Kwon Sung Ryul, an analyst at Dongbu Securities, says, “There was no ‘Wow’ factor, it only proved...

Motorists Finally Catch a Break This Year

U.S. gasoline prices fell for the first time this year – down more than $0.05 in the last two weeks. The move comes as oil refiners have been cutting wholesale prices. It might be only a nickel. But the impact could be more noticeable than you think… According to Patrick DeHaan of GasBuddy.com, “We are...

The End of the Motorcycle As We Know It?

Toyota’s (TM) latest innovation is certainly turning heads at this year’s Geneva Car Show. The company’s new vehicle, called i-ROAD, is essentially an enclosed, three-wheel motorcycle. And it sports a feature called Active Lean Technology. This never-before-seen technology helps the vehicle lean into bends just like a real motorcycle. The result is both amazing and...

BlackBerry Finally Gets Some Love… in Nigeria

BlackBerry (RIMM) might be struggling to gain market share in the United States, but that’s not the case in Nigeria. Of the four million smartphones owned in the country, two million (HALF!) are BlackBerrys. Why does the company have such a large presence there? Its free text messaging service, BlackBerry Messenger, has a lot to...