Aptera opens orders on 1,000-mile solar EV that never needs charging

With three square meters of solar panel on the roof, and a body so ludicrously efficient that it can squeeze up to four times as much range out of a kilowatt-hour as other EVs, the new Aptera becomes the first EV you can drive daily and never charge.

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Folding electric scooter can be carried in the hand or in a backpack

Micro-mobility startup WheelKinetic has launched a squat little electric scooter called the BooZter which folds down to a portable package that can be carried by hand or thrown in a backpack.

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Razer brings noise cancellation to true wireless gaming earphones

For its second true wireless earphones release, gaming gear company Razer has added active noise cancellation and THX certification to a recipe that already boasted low-latency wireless connectivity.

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Watch-like device transmits data through the body and out the fingertips

Over the past few years many of us have become accustomed to unlocking phones and computers with our fingerprints, but a prototype device from a team at Purdue could one day allow payments, passwords and photos to be sent via touch.

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Tabletop device tracks water diffusion in the liver to detect fibrosis

Fatty liver disease is difficult to detect before symptoms appear, but a new device could offer a way forward, with the ability to non-invasively detect signs of the condition in mice with a high degree of accuracy.

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Triton’s latest submarine puts six people in a bubble, 3,300 feet under

Triton has turned its attention back to the luxury sector with a new six-person sub designed to launch from the garage of your mega-yacht. Its giant 2.5-m diameter spherical acrylic pressure hull is the biggest ever, giving panoramic views for six.

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Hispano Suiza hypercar paints asphalt in retro grandeur

Earlier this year, the Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne became a favorite in the retrolectric hypercar trend, seamlessly bringing together modernized Dick Tracy-era looks with a ferocious 1,100-hp electric powertrain. Now we see it in action.

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UK seeks site for world’s first commercial fusion power plant

The UK government is looking for a site on which to build the world's first prototype commercial fusion power plant, which it hopes to have operational by 2040. If you think sounds ambitious, you're right.

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Hubble catches nebula fizzling out faster than thought possible

Planetary nebulae are basically slow-motion explosions in space, expected to expand and then fade over tens of thousands of years. But in an unprecedented show, Hubble has witnessed a nebula fading and shrinking dramatically within just 20 years.

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