|New Apps, Devices Designed to Aid Mexican Motorists|
Mexico News Daily
Mexican ingenuity has produced new apps and devices to aid motorists. One is designed to help get better mileage and the other is a rating system for gas stations along with a system that verifies that consumers are getting the quantity of fuel they are paying for.
|After You Die, MyTrustedWill Sends Pre-Scheduled Calls, Videos & Texts to Your Loved Ones|
The answer to the question, “What happens after you die?” is becoming less and less ambiguous with more and more technology.
|Could Evidence of Life on Mars be Found in a Crater?|
Radio Canada International
It’s one of many questions scientists are asking as they study core samples taken last year from the giant Chicxulub crater in Mexico.
|A Commuter's Dream: Inventors and Entrepreneurs Race to Develop Flying Car|
The Associated Press
Spurred by technology advances and demand for transportation alternatives in increasingly congested cities, entrepreneurs around the globe are vying to become the first to develop a commercially viable “flying car.”
|Israeli Border Tech May be Model for US-Mexico Wall|
US lawmakers are looking at the Israel-Egypt border wall to see if a similar wall can be built in the southern US Border.
|Atomic Scientists Push 'Doomsday Clock' 30 Seconds Closer to Midnight|
According to experts, the apocalypse is nigh. On Thursday, the scientists behind the Doomsday Clock moved its hands to 2 1/2 minutes to midnight — almost as close to the end of the world as we were during the Cold War.
|UAEM Student Participates in World Robotic Olympiad|
Marco Antonio Moran Caballero, a junior at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico’s UAEM high school, represented his country in the last World Robotics Olympiad in India, a competition for students that has been held since 2004.
|Are Motorized Surfboards the Next Big Wave of Recreation Technology?|
The Baltimore Sun
Fast, cutting-edge and pricey, the $12,000 motorized playthings have already wowed the rich and famous as manufacturers seek to widen their appeal among everyday thrill-seekers and would-be James Bonds.
|New NOAA Satellite Reveals Earth in Stunning Detail|
This week, NOAA gave the public a first look at what a new satellite, called GOES-16, is sending back from 22,300 miles up - and the images are breathtaking.
|Scientists with 'Citizen Sleuths' Claim Breakthrough in DB Cooper Mystery|
The Daily Telegraph
Even after the FBI shut the book on the mysterious case of DB Cooper, armchair detectives have refused to give up the search for answers. And now they’ve stumbled across an exciting new lead.
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