2010

Da Vinci’s Sketch Gives Birth to Smallest One-Man Helicopter

The world’s smallest one-man helicopter – GEN H-4($58,250). It is only 75-kilogram (165-pound). The GEN H-4 has a set of two rotors turning in opposite directions and can fly at a maximum speed of 50 kilometres (31 miles) per hour. According to the 75-year-old Yanagisawa, Since the concept of our helicopter came from Italy, I

Pagani Zonda R breaks Ferrari’s Speed Record

That’s it. That is how Pagani announced its claim to have set a new Nurburgring lap record for a ‘road-based car’, beating the Ferrari 599XX’s 6m58 set back in April. No fanfare, no balloons, not even a cupcake with a candle on top. Powered by a 6.0-litre V12, it develops 551kW and 710Nm of torque…

Electric Concept Car Offers Speed of an Aircraft With Zero Emissions

Those maniacs oozing with the need for speed but couldn’t get away with the eco concerns at the same time might surely have been disappointed with the electric cars for EVs are not that fast. However, they now have every reason to have a sigh of relief as ‘Touch Down Concept’ Car from Guo Ke

Top 10 F1 Cars 2010

Formula One 2010’s first race was held on March 14th in Bahrain and the technical and sporting rules and regulations for this season have been a subject of much debate lately. But, we won’t be going in that battlefield, rather today we have prepared a list of top F1 cars for this season. No 10.

Video: Whats Makes Porsche 918 Spyder the Best Hybrid

Although Porsche don’t often create concept cars, their latest hybrid concept car has turned heads of everyone. The Porsche 918 Spyder is a two-seater sports car, which looks like a mix between a Carrera GT and a Boxster Spyder. This Porsche supercar is powered by a hybrid drivetrain, which consists of a 500 horsepower V8

Two More Tablets Unveiled to Beat iPad

It’s a tablet day at Computex, the trade show underway in Taiwan. ASUS has unleashed two tablets and an e-reader upon the world, while MSI has launched its own tablet named the WindPad.

Test Method for Using Light to Heal Wounds Successful

In the near future, wounds may be treated with a flash of light. A process called photochemical tissue bonding can replace conventional stitches, staples and glues in repairing skin wounds and even reconnecting nerves and blood vessels. Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital in the US, working with funds from the Air Force Office of Scientific

Top 10 Solar Powered Concept Cars

Solar energy is one of the most impressive and easily available sources of green energy that has the potential to power everything from the PMPs we carry to the cars we drive. Toyota has already started exploring the potential of solar energy by announcing that it will use solar panels in its next-generation Prius hybrid

Top 10 Mobiles 2010

Multimedia cell phones bring all your media to your fingertips. Combining internet access, email, PC syncing, document viewing, a camera, and (of course) a music and video player; multimedia phones can handle it all. Mobile phones are a necessity these days. Today we have rounded up Top 10 mobile phones of 2010

10 Plane Crashes That Changed Aviation

Midair collisions, on-board fires, a fatigued fuselage that turned a plane into a high-altitude convertible—out of these tragedies arose major technological advances in flight safety that keep air travel routine today.