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Rubber brick could save millions of gallons of water

February 03, 2015Did you know that some toilets use up to 3.5 gallons per flush (16 liters) and even high efficiency toilets manufactured in 1994 and beyond use 1.6 gallons per flush (about 7 liters). Yeah you probably didn& 39;t know that. But, if you& 39;re in America right now, especially California with its current record breaking drought, it might be something you want to pay attention to.
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Vehicles

First Glance at Tesla's Upcoming Dashcam Viewer, It Doesn't Disappoint

Tesla will soon release its new and convenient onboard and in-action Dashcam Viewer.April 07, 2020Tesla will soon release its new Dashcam Viewer and if this first glance at the onboard, in-action of the Viewer is anything to go by, it& 39;s convenient and simple.The new viewer allows Tesla owners to watch recorded Sentry Mode videos caught from the car& 39;s cameras from four different angles.
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Industry

Qualcomm 5G mmWave Call Shatters Long-Distance Record

Qualcomm smashed the record on 5G distance calls, possibly tearing down barriers to the revolution.September 10, 2020The first successful test of an extended-range 5G data call via mmWave was completed on Monday — setting a new record for a long-distance call — according to a press release from the company.
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Aerospace

Double-Decker Style Airplane Design Could Allow Passengers to Lie Flat

Finally, an option for Premium Economy Class passengers to have a decent sleep on a plane!June 23, 2020You& 39;ve most likely been crammed into a full airplane, desperately trying to grab some shut-eye on the 12-hour flight but to no avail. Your neighbor& 39;s elbow is jabbing into your ribs, the seat in front of you has reclined so far back your knees are in pain, and there& 39;s really very little chance of sleeping seated in such a way.
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Physics

Physicists Control Atoms' Movements With an Ultrafast 'Atomic Hand'

The physicists used a 1982 technology to poke atoms within less than a trillionth of a second.September 03, 2020As scientists fiddle with the very start of our existence, they are getting incredible results. Early this year, a group of physicists from the University of Otago in New Zealand has shown success in holding atoms one by one and examining their interactions.
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