A lot of people have to struggle to get a new organ, waiting for a long while, which is certainly bad for their health. Body organs that were grown in a lab were implanted in people successfully. However, there are still a lot of challenges for researchers. Scientists are trying to make animals’ organs suitable for people by decellularizing them and hope they will be able to solve the problem of the donor shortage in the future with the help of grown organs. They are currently working on the technology that will allow creating complex structures and tissues. A 3D printer with cell-ink can also solve a lack of organs and become a sign of a completely new era of printed organs, which will save people’s lives. Researchers have the aim of growing body parts and organs on demand in the future, and it seems they are on the right path as there have been already some successful experiments.
In October 2012, Apple shocked consumers when they released the iPad 4 just half a year after the iPad 3 was released. Although the launch the iPad 4 was very sudden, the device was very meaningful as per Apple’s perspective. It carried the similar Apple A6 processor with a quad-core graphics and the iPhone 5 new Lightning connector. This made Apple’s mobile devices equal with each other. After all is done, Apple is now ready to begin with its new era tablet, the iPad 5.Read More
Zynga has officially unveiled a new app for drawing – Draw Something 2, which is a follow-up to Draw Something, a really successful mobile app released in 2012. The new version of a highly popular app was unveiled on April 24 and the title features some new ways to play, a large number of drawing tools, textures, patterns, which can be employed while drawing.Read More
According to the recent rumors about Google Fiber service, the search giant may rollout its one-gigabit broadband in Austin, Texas, next. The rumors began to spread around the Web after the tech giant and Austin’s officials had teased a joint announcement according to which Austin would be the next city to get Google Fiber. The post that confirmed the speculation was removed from the Google Fiber site quickly.Read More
Baidu, the largest search engine of China, has announced that the company is working on Google Glass-esque reality glasses. The product called “Baidu Eye” is wearable digital glasses that can recognize speech in Mandarin, search images, and pull up relevant data on a photo taken. The news on Baidu Eye was confirmed by its director of international communications.Read More
Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering has been first awarded to internet pioneers. The £1 million prize was shared by Robert Kahn, Vinton Cerf, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Marc Andreessen, and Louis Pouzin. According to the citation panel, these distinguished engineers highly contributed to the communications revolution, which changed the people’s life in the recent decades.Read More