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Proving that the sharing economy has no boundaries, a new app will soon let users share their leftover dinner with strangers. Seriously.分享经济是没有边界的,现在有一款新的应用登场了,它可以让你和陌生人分享剩饭剩菜。我是说真的。Launching at the end of July, LeftoverSwap will allow users to upload a photo and description of their pad thai, pizza or pho and connect them with hungry neighbors nearby.“分享剩饭”应用是在七月底上线的。该应用可以让用户拍照上传并描述自己的剩饭,无论是泰式炒河粉、披萨或是越南米粉,都可以上传。上传剩饭照片后,就可以和附近正在挨饿的朋友们取得联系了。But while the idea may sound a bit crazy, it might actually be contributing to the greater good: LeftoverSwap will start as a donation-only model.虽然这个主意听上去有点疯狂,但是它却可以做出很大的贡献,因为“分享剩饭”应用是以捐赠的方式开始运营的。;If you get a good meal and you want to pay it forward, you can,; founder Dan Newman told The Huffington Post.“分享剩饭”应用的创始人丹-纽曼表示,“如果你得到了一顿大餐,你也可以付钱作为回报。”Newman said that, while a payment model could be a possibility in the future, the app could also be more philanthropic in nature.纽曼表示,“分享剩饭”以后可能会推出付的形式,但是这个应用还是旨在做慈善。;There is hunger in the ed States,; said Newman. ;Do those people have iPhones? Maybe not. But we#39;re hoping to test this with iOS and potentially reach out to other platforms.;“在美国还是有很多人在挨饿。但是这些人有苹果手机吗?也许没有。我们希望能和苹果ios以及其他平台取得联系进行测试。”;As long as there#39;s another user near you,; said Newman, ;Anyone can join.;“只要你附近也有用户在使用这款应用,你们就可以进行分享。” /201308/251240。

  • A California teen has attracted the attention of tech giants Google for her potentially revolutionary invention which charges a phone in 20 seconds flat.美国加州的一个少女由于她革命性的潜在发明而吸引了科技巨头谷歌的关注,这项发明有可能会让手机在20秒内充满电。The super-fast charging device has been dubbed a supercapacitor by 18-year-old Esha Khare, of Saratoga - as she took home ,000 from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, which took place in Phoenix this week.发明这种快速手机充电器的是来自美国萨拉托加的18岁少女伊莎-卡瑞,她将其称为超级电容器。本周,她因为此项发明在菲尼克斯获得了由英特尔国际科学工程大奖赛授予的5万美金奖励。The device will make waiting hours for a phone to charge a thing of the past and the gizmo packs more energy into a smaller space than traditional phone batteries and holds the charge for longer.该设备有可能让数小时的手机充电成为过去,并且这项发明比传统手机电池能够在更小空间存储更多的电量,并使被充电的设备能使用更长时间。So far, Khare has only used her supercapacitor to power a light-emitting diode or LED - but she sees a bright future that one day will see her invention powering cellphones, cars and any gadget that requires a rechargeable battery.到目前为止,卡瑞只有她的超级电容器给发光二极管充电尝试过——但她的这项发明前景非常光明:有一天这一发明将可以用于手机、汽车或任何使用充电式电池的设备。Heading to Harvard, Khare told CBS San Francisco that this is only the start and that she will #39;be setting the world on fire#39; from here.即将前往哈佛大学就读的的卡瑞告诉哥伦比亚广播公司,这只是开始,而且她将从此“令全世界疯狂”。#39;My cellphone battery always dies,#39; she told N News when asked what inspired her to work on the energy-storage technology.“我的手机电源总是用光,” 当被问及什么激发了她从事于储能科技研究时,她这样告诉全美广播公司。Specializing in nanochemistry allowed Khare to reduve the size of her invention. #39; Really working at the nanoscale to make significant advances in many different fields.#39;纳米化学系出身的卡瑞在这一发明上充分运用了纳米技术。“使用纳米技术可以在许多领域做出巨大成就。”The supercapacitor is flexible and tiny, and is able to handle 10,000 recharge cycles, more than normal batteries by a factor of 10.这种超级电容器非常灵活,体型迷你,且能够处理1万个充电回数,比普通电池多了10倍。How an 18-year-old girl has managed to figure out something that multi-national corporations have not has led to her being flooded with offers for her amazing leap forward.一个18岁的女孩如何能想出这么多跨国公司都没想到的东西,她的神奇发明已经已经吸引了很多公司找上门。Google have been in contact with Khare to explore how she plans to change the makeup of cell phone battery life.目前谷歌公司已与卡瑞取得联系,试图探索她对于新发明改变手机电池寿命的计划。 /201305/240923。
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