• Thu. Jun 30th ,2022


Desktop Metal to launch 3D-printed heat-activated photopolymer resin

Desktop Metal Inc., a leading American tech company that develops and markets 3D printing solutions, has reportedly revealed a new type of foam, or photopolymer resin, that can change the way car seats and athletic shoes are produced. The firm, which specializes in designing industrial 3D printer

Meta reveals several VR headsets prototypes to pass Visual Turing Test

Meta, the US-based tech giant formerly known as Facebook, has reportedly unveiled several VR headsets prototypes in a rare move that experts claim shows its commitment to providing high-end VR experiences. As per Meta's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, the aim is to create something that can pass the &l

Boring Company gets a nod for underground tunnel expansion in Las Vegas

Elon Musk’s tunnel construction firm, The Boring Company (TBC) has received unanimous approval to expand its underground tunnel system, known as Vegas Loop, to downtown Las Vegas. The Loop, built beneath the Las Vegas Strip, was originally planned to run 29 miles with 51 stations but has now

Amazon to start drone deliveries at Lockeford, California, this year

Online retain giant, Amazon, will reportedly begin a drone-based parcel delivery system later this year. The company stated that the residents of Lockeford, California, will be able to avail this facility to have their products delivered through the air. As per reports, however, the final regulator

De Oro raises $2.8m for NexStride that fights Parkinson’s freezing

California-based De Oro Devices has reportedly raised $2.8 million in its seed funding round to commercialize its first gadget, NexStride, which helps overcome the freezing of gait experienced by Parkinson’s patients. Freezing of gait (FoG) refers to a condition wherein the pathway of turning

EV startup Nimbus unveils prototype for ‘auto-cycle’ Nimbus One

Michigan-based electric vehicle startup, Nimbus, has reportedly revealed a prototype of its motorbike-sized car, Nimbus One, which combines the cost and convenience of a two-wheeler with the comfort and safety of a car. The tiny, pod-like model is 2.75ft wide and 7.5ft long, making it three to fi

Chick-fil-A teams up with Refraction AI to test autonomous delivery

American fast-food restaurant chain, Chick-fil-A, has reportedly stated that it has taken up Refraction AI’s help to deploy a fleet of the robot delivery startup’s autonomous vehicles to deliver for two of its branches in Austin, Texas. In its official statement, Refraction claimed th

Singapore businesses turn to robots to make up for workforce shortage

Businesses in Singapore are reportedly turning to robots to help perform various tasks, ranging from scanning library bookshelves to surveying construction sites, in order to make up for the shortage of staff in the wake of the pandemic. The manpower ministry stated that the number of foreign wor

Walmart to install Symbotic robots across all US warehouses

Walmart, the American multinational retail chain, has reportedly announced that it would be bringing warehouse robots developed by Massachusetts-based robotics and automation company, Symbotic, to all 42 of its Walmart distribution hubs across the US. Late last year, the Massachusetts-based robot