Assistive tech may let locked-in users communicate via “ear-clicks”

Although there are systems that allow physically challenged users to communicate by twitching facial muscles, for some people even those muscle movements are impossible. A new setup offers a possible alternative, however, by going into the ear.

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Brembo lights up 60th anniversary with New G Sessanta brake concept

The Italian master of braking systems, Brembo, has unveiled its vision of the future in the shape of the New G Sessanta concept brake caliper. It's equipped with customizable LEDs and potentially groundbreaking connectivity features.

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Citroën puts tiny electric pod to work with My Ami Cargo edition

Back in early 2019, Citroën shared a vision for inner city micromobility with the Ami One electric concept. The tiny two-seater was launched in Europe last year and now it's being joined by the My Ami Cargo, an electric microvan for small businesses.

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The best US-based studios celebrated with 2021 AIA Architecture Awards

The AIA has revealed the winners of the 2021 Architecture Awards. The prestigious prize has been awarded to a number of impressive projects, including a winery built on a challenging site and a low-tech school in rural Africa.

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Review: In&Motion motorcycle airbag vest with road/track/trail modes

Motorcycle airbags have come a long way since Honda first put airbags on the Goldwing. We've spent a month riding in a lightweight vest that can detect crashes as they happen and fully inflate a protective airbag in just six hundredths of a second.

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Ferrari 812 Competizione V12 supercar screams its way to 9,500rpm

Ferrari has introduced a new version of its V12 supercar based on the 812 Superfast, which simultaneously sheds a little weight and beefs up output to a maximum 610 kW while revving to a formidable, if not quite Murray T.50 level, 9,500 rpm.

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