Tech News: Who comes up with a $700 Wi-Fi-connected juicer?

Juicero’s juicer — also called Juicero — is easy to make fun of. Really, all you have to do is describe it. It’s expensive. It has Wi-Fi. It can’t juice produce bought from the store. It won’t make juice if your internet is down. And it won’t make juice if your pack of Juicero-approved produce is just a day past its expiration date (the juicer scans a code on each pack, then looks it up online to verify freshness). It really is a ludicrous product.

Tech News: Project Jacquard: ATAP’s touch-sensitive fabric is coming to a Levi’s jacket

Jacquard, the touch-sensitive fabric technology is getting more real. ATAP had already partnered with Levi’s to create clothing with the technology. But, Poupyrev says, “we are not making smart pants.” Instead, it’s the “Levi’s commuter trucker jacket.” You can touch the sleeve of your jacket while you’re, say, biking, to control your phone. You can answer a phone call or block a phone call, and do a bit more, too. It will work with Spotify, Google Maps, Strava, and Google will release some APIs so other developers can use it.

Ezee Knowledge Bank – Centipede and Millipede Bites

Centipede and Millipede Bites Some of the larger centipedes can inflict a painful bite, causing swelling and redness. Symptoms rarely persist for more than 48 hours. Millipedes do not bite but may secrete a toxin that is irritating, causing burning and itching of the skin and, particularly when accidentally rubbed into the eye, causing redness,…