Trends of the Week

Google and Levi’s team on Jacquard touch-sensitive clothes

Google's ATAP team promised to blow our socks off at I/O 2015, and Project Jacquard is how it plans to do that, a new conductive fabric that can track touch. Intended to bring new types of sensing and control to clothes, furnishings, and other areas which might not normally be electronically connected.

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LightSail solar spacecraft gets back in touch with its ground crew

If you were on pins and needles wondering whether or not the LightSail solar ship would resume contact with the crew back on Earth, you can relax.

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An Inside Look at the Construction of NASA’s Next Mission to Mars

Preparations for NASA’s next mission to Mars are kicking into high gear. And the technology the space agency is building for the Martian lander slated to launch in 2016 is enough to make science fiction fans foam at the mouth. Read more..

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This Statement Nail Art Is On Our Radar For Summer

No what matter the season, we love a good statement nail look , and this vibrant set with polka dots, eyes and lips is currently on our radar. The best part? Nail art is a perfect conversation starter, so what better time than summer to dress up your digits at your upcoming BBQ or pool party!

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Google X explains why its important to fail fast

Google's Dr. Astro Teller speaks on Google[x], what he calls Google's "moonshot factory" for the future of "audaciously impactful ideas," where if things fail, they need to fail quick

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Ross Ulbricht verdict dismisses the idea of Silk Road as a safe place

Ross Ulbricht is going away for life. The prosecution urged judge Katherine Forrest to send a strong message to anyone who might be tempted to go the Silk Road way, and she did. In addition to maximum time, the judge ordered $183 million, the estimat...

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Scientists Are Spinning Spider Silk Without The Spiders

Spider silk is often touted as a wonder material that’ll soon weave its way into everything from body armor to replacement hearts . But we can only squeeze so much of the stuff out of our eight-legged friends, which is why scientists and entrepreneurs are working hard to reproduce it artificially. Read more..

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13 Rad Outfit Ideas to Try This Summer

If there's one thing we believe in here at Who What Wear, it's the successful balancing of seemingly opposing forces.

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Microsoft ‘HoloPet’ trademark hints at future AR pets

Microsoft has a trademark pending for the term ‘HoloPet’, and given its HoloLens virtual reality headset unveiled earlier this year, this trademark likely points toward a future with augmented reality pets. For those unfamiliar, Microsoft's HoloLens is a sleek headset that overlays virtual objects upon one's real world -- a display on the wall, a hologram object on your desk, … Continue reading

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Solar Impulse begins its sun-powered flight across the Pacific

Solar Impulse has already shown the potential for sun-based aviation in its attempt to fly around the world, but it just embarked on its most ambitious trip yet. Pilot Andre Borschberg has taken off from Nanjing, China on a cross-Pacific flight whose...

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