Saturday 16th August
IBM Simon mobile phone turned 20.The phone developed by IBM, and American Cellular Company BelSelf went on sale for the first time on 16th August 1994.
Archaeologists have unearthed two ancient Mayan cities hidden in a thick jungle at Mexico. Researchers have also found palace shaped buildings, a ball court and temple pyramid.
In a breakthrough, scientists have discovered a cure for baldness by a newly developed drug which can restore hair within a period of five months.
Atlanta based architect and environmentalist Peter has built three houses on trees in his own backyard. The unique feature is that the houses are connected by a suspension bridge.
Sunday 17th August
Every August month cats gets gifts and extra attention and special celebration. International Cat Day is observed annual across the globe in the month of August.
Vincent Rhafael is a Philippines based artist who had decided to give some zing to some of the most popular Hollywood movies. His work excels in details.
Chloe Giordano, a talented illustrator and embroiderer in England, specializes in showcasing her creative talents by embroidering furry animals that look full of life.
Scientists from Queen Mary University of London and Nokia have created a energy saving prototype devise that can charge cell phones using noise from traffic, music or even speaking.
Monday 18th August
Researchers at London University found that web browsing increase ones memory power and makes cognitive network more efficient. Digital literacy improves memory.
A new medical research has revealed that sleeping pills may do more harm than good. People who take drugs to go to sleep or stay awake are causing harm to their health.
Maryam Mirzakhani, a well educated mathematician and a Professor at Stanford University, California,USA has become the first woman to win a prestigious Fields Medal, widely known as the Noble Prize.
China is building a sprawling modern trade zone along its borders on the Russian side in an indication of the two countries increasing close ties and improves cargo transportation.
Tuesday 19th August
The world gets closer by latest fast trains and jet planes. China has planned a transcontinental railway project to Russia and is also setting up a spacious logistics park.
A hotel in China is surprising its customer using a dozen of robots to deliver food to the customers table. The customers are even greeted and welcomed by robots at the hotel entrance.
A new research study by archaeologists has confirmed that the origins of mummification started in Egypt about 1500 years earlier than previously thought about ancient Egyptian culture.
Scientists in America have identified a master gene responsible for sleep and wake cycles offering new hope for a drug that could help reset sleep. The discovery helps night shift workers.
Wednesday 20th August
Metal can be now turned into glass. Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh have created a novel technique of creating glass from metal in an innovative scientific process.
Maymo, is a cool and popular dog across the world. The dog’s ability to wear 100 different shape and sizes of hats has amazed everyone.
There is a beautiful chain of island located at the southern coast of Iceland. One of them named Ellioaey stands unique, after a mysterious cabin was spotted on it which has no inhabitants since 1930.
A percussionist band named Extraordinary Horizons in Singapore is a group of young musicians and singers who are all deaf. The video named Deaf. Loud and Proud has got great beats to listen and dance.
Thursday 21st August
Small cars powered by electric and solar energy are these days gaining popularity. The newest is Elio, a three wheel protype car which hit American roads to save fuel.
A team of researchers in America has created a temporary tattoo that could turn sweat into electric currents and possibly be useful for charging electronic devices.
Sand carving is a very creative and wonderful from of artistic talent. A king Kong sand sculpture at a sand sculptor exhibition at Russia was too big to get noticed.
Space researchers are worried about Earth getting hit by asteroids from outer space. Scientists feel that a huge asteroid hitting Earth could be dangerous.
Friday 22nd August
Wave Rock is a natural formation in Western Australia. It is a rock that looks just like an ocean wave. The rock is reported to be about 46 feet high and 360 feet long.
Inspired by the lights of New York City, Barcelona based artist Alex latest installations features a photo series that completely changes and glows when the lights go out.
French photographer Antoine spends several years going around Europe for documenting men and women who had abandoned city life.
Researchers in America are developing a new device that can sniff out large amounts of cash that is transferred in an illegal manner. The devise identifies a specific vapor of US notes.