A new device developed at Ohio State University can repair damaged organs in seconds. The technology is called tissue nanotransfection (TNT) wherein it uses a small coin-sized silicon chip that “injects” genetic code into skin cells, converting them from one type to another.
Processor maker Intel has just unveiled the full specs for its 18-core i9 Extreme Edition CPU. Read the full story by following the link below.
Great news to all Android developers and modders alike! We have a new tool to tinker with and it is called Developer’s Toolbox. This was made possible by XDA junior member kuterd.
This contains both root and non-root tools. The application is available to download for free on Google play store.
Tesla has completed installing its solar roof products. The solar tiles had been first brought last 12 months and are designed to look essentially indistinguishable from conventional roofing materials.
Nearly every human being on this planet has their own smartphone. We invested on these things to make our life easier. But what if it gets stolen? Would you become a crybaby all of a sudden? Lol. Kidding aside, here is a great article on how to turn on your smartphone’s anti-theft feature. Follow the link below for the full story.
Google Chrome Canary and Developer Builds comes with built-in Ad blocking features.
Tesla handed over the first 30 models to their owners last Friday in Fremont, California. These electric cars are expected to retail at $35,000.