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Zacua Introduces the First Electric Car from Mexico


You might not know about Zacua, but the company is making headlines on both sides of the border – with the first electric car made in Mexico by a Mexican company.

Telmex Blames Service Cut in US and Fiber Optics Cable Damage in Mazatlan for 3-Hour Outage

Mexico News Daily

It wasn’t just the sun that was blanked out yesterday. Across Mexico, internet users were cut off by a service failure at Telefonos de Mexico.

Artificial Intelligence Companies Help Cut Down Crime


New Jersey-based, Deep Science AI has developed a technology that merges artificial intelligence with current business surveillance and security systems in an attempt to spot and prevent crime.

450 Scientists Present Stunning Rebuke of Trump’s Climate Science Denial


A massive new report by more than 450 scientists, confirms that the Earth warmed to a new record in 2016, driven by a record increase in carbon dioxide levels.

Teacher Helps Mexican Indigenous Women Get Online

Gears of Biz

Miroslava Silva is a teacher, social scientist and activist who has dedicated much of her career to studying the digital literacy gap and its ramifications.

Total Solar Eclipse 2017: What Scientists Can Learn from the Spectacular Blackout


For most, the total solar eclipse on August 21 will be a piece of celestial entertainment. For scientists across the nation, however, the event will be an unmissable opportunity to learn about aspects of space and the sun they can’t study properly at any other time.

SpaceX Rocket Sends Ice Cream to Astronauts in ISS


SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, which was launched on Monday, had a very unlikely cargo. Along with 6,400 pounds of cargo, live mice and science experiments, one sweet treat for the six International Space Station astronauts is also there.

‘Walls That Work:’ Can Israeli Tech be U.S. Solution for Mexico Border Security?

The Trump administration reached a new contract with the Israeli defense electronics company Elbit Systems to implement advanced security systems on the U.S. border with Mexico, similar to the security technology utilized along Israel’s borders.

Echolocation-Based Smartwatch Aids Sightless Steps

Ars Technica

As some Fitbit wearers find amusing ways to skip steps - attaching the devices to hamster balls, ceiling fans, and power tools - a new wrist gadget aims to make sure others never miss one.

Virtual Reality and the First Human Head Transplant: Bet You Didn’t See This Coming


Dr. Canavero plans to enlist the help of Inventum Bioengineering Technologies to implement a part-virtual-reality-part-jolly-jumper system that will prepare the patient for the “new world that he will be facing with his new body.”

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