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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

New Atlas


 
​Fans of science fiction movies that depict weird, interesting or dystopian futures have plenty to look forward to in 2017. Here are our picks of the movies you should put on your radar if you enjoy cinematic depictions of future technology.   Read more
This year has seen an incredible range of trucks announced, from Transformer-like behemoths to old-fashioned American pickups ready to tackle anything. Here are the best examples of we've seen in our travels during 2016.   Read more
The year is almost over, and Henrik Fisker has a lot to look back and reflect upon. Despite all on his plate, Fisker found a slice of time to chat with us about the diverse vehicles keeping him busy,   Read more
For some sci-fi fans, today's virtual reality is The Matrix coming to fruition in the real world. But we haven't seen too many VR games that try to actually put you in Neo's shoes. Oculus Rift game Superhot does just that.   Read more
Sit back, grab a drink and enjoy our visual journey through the history of Hollywood and hacking from the 1980s to today. Some movies you'll definitely remember ... and some may best be forgotten.   Read more
At just three atoms wide, scientists from Stanford University and the SLAC laboratory say they've created the world's thinnest nanowire assembled from diamondoids. The researchers believe that the new wire could be useful in a range of applications including energy-generating materials.   Read more
​You’ve just unwrapped your shiny new tech gift, torn it from its sleek packaging, and got the thing up and running. Now what? Let New Atlas provide suggestions on which apps and games you should download first, for everything from smartphones to VR headsets.   Read more
​Researchers have developed a groundbreaking technique that uses sound rather than light to see inside live cells. The new technique provides insight into the structure and behavior of cells that could rival the optical super-resolution techniques that won the 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.  Read more
The Prombron Black Alligator is the latest option in Dartz's stable of SUVs so ostentatious even the most shameless of dictators must blush a little when driving in public. The package drenches the 2016 Mercedes-AMG GLS63 in carbon, Kevlar, alligator skin and more.   Read more
​Researchers in the UK have announced a new laser therapy treatment that can kill low-risk prostate cancer cells without inflicting collateral damage on healthy tissue or the patient’s lifestyle. ​   Read more
A new study suggests that drones can help save elephants not by scaring away would-be hunters, but by scaring away the elephants themselves.​   Read more
While underwater drones and robotic vessels provide scientists with handy ways to explore our world's oceans, there's another more obvious way to plumb the depths of our seas: by enlisting the help of the whales that dwell there.   Read more
The World Health Organization (WHO) last year reported some very promising signs during the early stages of a trial involving an Ebola vaccine called rVSV-ZEBOV, and now the final results are in, confirming a 100 percent protection rate from the deadly disease. ​   Read more
Levitating Bluetooth speakers have been around for a while now but remain a relatively niche item. LG Electronics aims to be the firm to bring them into the mainstream with its newly-unveiled PJ9, which promises 10 hours of battery life and automatically descends to charge when juice gets low.  Read more
Jump the line for a new MacBook Pro with the brand new Touch Bar tech and save a whole bunch of money doing it! Enter today and you could win a brand new 13"" MacBook Pro, packed with high-speed processing power, advanced graphics, and brand new Touch ID for added security. For the low, low price of free you could get your hands on the latest in personal computing.  Read more