Timex’s new GPS smartwatch pairs 25 day battery with a surprising price

Timex has revealed its latest GPS smartwatch, with the Ironman R300 GPS putting the focus mainly on fitness rather than just reminding you of all your unread messages and emails. While it may not look like much from the outside, with its tough rubber body, the wearable should deliver on battery life.

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Vivo APEX 2020 concept packs astounding zoom and wireless charging you won’t believe

It’s that time of year again, as Vivo has revealed its APEX concept smartphone for 2020. As this is a concept, you won’t be able to buy the APEX 2020 and use it as your daily driver, but it could be our clue into some of the technologies Vivo will implement in its consumer smartphones throughout the year. If nothing else, Vivo’s APEX concepts show us what kind of flagship we might get if cost…

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Astronomers couldn’t believe this record-breaking black hole explosion – until now

It’s no Big Bang but it is a very big bang. NASA says it has spotted a record-breaking explosion, as a distant black hole erupts with galaxy-scale results. Luckily for us, though, the huge jets from the supermassive black hole occurred around 390 million light years away from Earth.

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Study finds similarities in bee brains and human brains activity

A new study from the University of Otago has found a link between activity in the brain of bees and humans. The team found that the alpha oscillations in bees have similar properties to the human brain. Alpha oscillations are associated with brain functions like attention, memory, and consciousness.

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An octopus-inspired robot arm can handle varied objects

One of the challenges that researchers in robotics face is creating robotic arms and gripers that can handle objects of varied sizes and shapes. Researchers at Harvard have developed a robot that can grip, move, and manipulate a wide range of objects. The team took inspiration from an octopus and its ability to grasp and manipulate objects of different sizes.

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