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Elon Musk Says SpaceX’s Real Goal Is a City on Mars


SpaceX was founded with the goal of going to Mars one day. So Musk and his team developed a simple target: if you’re not going to buy a house here on Earth, why not spend that money on a trip to Mars?

Merging with Machines: Fighting the Common Fate of Humans to Better Life and Beat Death

The Conversation

Transhumanism is the idea that we can transcend our biological limits, by merging with machines. The idea was popularized by the renowned technoprophet Ray Kurzweil, who came to public attention in the 1990s with a string of astute predictions about technology.

Facebook Messenger Can Now Understand Spanish


Facebook has announced that its smart assistant M is now bilingual, offering suggestions in both English and Spanish for all users in the U.S and Mexico.

Nokia to Deploy a New Nation-Wide 4G-LTE, 5G Ready Shared Network in Mexico


The Shared Network is a public-private international partnership that will reach at least 92.2% of the Mexican population.

AirBuddy Lets You Explore Underwater Without a Tank


Dive without SCUBA tanks! Anytime, anywhere. Explore the underwater with AirBuddy, a new innovative dive gear that does not require any air tanks, yet enables diving up to 12m deep for 45 minutes.

Startup Will Give You Blood Transfusions from Young People to Reverse the Aging Process


If you give a mouse a cookie, he’s going to ask for a glass of milk. But if you give a mouse a transfusion of blood plasma from a much younger mouse, you can improve his cognitive and neurological functions - and reverse the effects of aging.

Mexico City’s Ecobici to Offer Shared Electric Bikes

Mexico News Daily

Mexico City’s shared bicycle program is going electric: users will soon have 28 new stations from which they can check out one of the 340 new electric bicycles to be offered by Ecobici.

’SnotBot’ Drones Are Being Used By Scientists to Collect Whale Snot


Whales are in danger from threats like noise pollution, trash, acidification and overfishing. But it’s difficult to collect data from the massive sea mammals to learn more about how these threats are impacting them without disturbing the whales themselves. Enter drones.

New Rules in Mexico Unlock FM Chip on Smartphones


Mexico has a well-documented love affair with radio. There are more than 1,300 FM radio stations in the country, and internet users spend an average of 2 hours 50 minutes listening to radio each day. Yet very few do so on their smartphones. That’s all about to change.

Trump Says Lawmakers Can Talk About a Solar-Paneled Border Wall if They Say It Was His Idea


In a meeting at the White House this week with Republican Congressional leaders, President Trump spent some time talking up ’his’ latest idea for the border wall with Mexico.

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