We depend on our smartphones so much nowadays: it's in our hands all the time, wherever we go, it's always with us.
And then, it happens - we're not paying attention for one moment, drop our smartphone, and the screen is cracked.
50% of the whole word population have experienced a cracked phone screen - and 23% of users would continue usage even after they've cut their finger on a broken screen!
Fixing the smartphone screens is expensive - over $6 Billion have been spent on iPhone screen repairs ever since the first iPhones launched.
Just like human skin, a crack in this stretchy material can grow back together, and the screen will be fixed within
17 million barrels of crude oil are needed to produce that much plastic - which would be enough oil to fuel 1 million cars for a whole year.
We all know that pollution and plastic are bad - but plastic water bottles are a major part of that.
And some countries (like the US) still don't have proper bottle deposit systems!
It's convenient to store water bottles ready for on-the-go, and some countries don't have high quality tap water - but still, plastic bottles desperately needed an alternative!
edible water bottle: it's a bio-degredable, edible bubble which can be filled with water or other liquids!
The membrane is made of a colorless, tasteless seaweed extract. It can be fully sw
Every year, Facebook holds a big developer conference called F8 where they announce new plans and features - this year's conference was being held this week, tuesday and wednesday, in San Jose, California.
If one company controls so many social media platforms that billions of people use everyday, it's safe to say that the changes will impact our lives quite a bit, and that they will give us an insight into the social media trends of the rest of the year.
Taking photos and videos on your phone and sharing them is already the biggest trend of the last decade - but it doesn't slow down, it continues to grow! Visual content is much more popular than text-based content, which is already shown by the huge success o
*Hangry*has become quite a popular term in the last couple of years.
hangry describes this feeling of moodiness/anger some of us experience when they're particularly hungry.
We all probably know someone that gets pretty hangry when they haven't eaten in a while!
But why exactly do we get in such a bad mood when we're hungry?
Hangry-Phenomenon, and researchers are still arguing about the true cause.
When we eat something, the food gets broken down into nutrients (amino acids, glucose...) that then circle in your bloodstream and nourish your organs.
**When time goes on after you've eaten a meal, the level of those nutrients in your
We all know that this happens twice a year, but in a time where electronics update the time automatically most people don't think about it too much.
Do you know why we actually turn the clocks twice a year? How did this happen, why isn't the whole world changing the clocks on the same day, and why are some people against it?
The initial idea of changing the time with the seasons isn't new.
Even the romans were already adjusting the length of their hours depending on the time of year.
Then at the start of the 20th century, daylight saving like we know it begun.
The British builder William Willett first proposed the idea because he wanted the population to enjoy the sunlight more, and the extra hour could also be very useful for farmers during harvest s
Robots have always been a fascination for humans. Especially manned robots are a classic in many sci-fi movies.
The idea of sitting inside a massive robot and controlling it like a suit is just too awesome!
A human can sit inside it and control the robot's limbs with a joystick, similar to manned robots we know from movies like
That's because one of the robot's designers is Vitaly Bulgarov, a Science Fiction Expert that has worked on Hollywood Movies like Transformers, Terminator, Robocop or Ghost in the Shell.
With its arms stretched out, the metal giant measures 23 feet of width.
Hankook Mirae plans to st