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Low Battery? New Tech to Wirelessly Discuss Power

It is actually any phone-obsessed private nightmare: you could be out, your phone's battery is depleted about the reddish zoom, and there is not...
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Interested in Safety Doodles Might Secure Your phone

Researchers have discovered that doodle security passwords created on contact screens using free-form gestures were simpler to remember than typed-out security passwords. And because...
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MyShake Application for Earthquake Detector

Seismologists as well as app developers tend to be shaking things up having a new app, which transforms smartphones in to personal earthquake sensors....
Pocket-Sized Device Charges Your Phone with Water

System Charges Your Cell phone with Water

Swedish new venture MyFC unveiled its cool technology, named JAQ, here from CES on January 6. This uses saltwater as well as oxygen to...
RoboBees and Laser Eyes Technology

RoboBees and Laser Eyes Technology

The mechanical eyes that fire laser beams could someday help robots bees fly without colliding with obstacles the researchers say. This eye laser can...

Three Things That Will Kill Tablets

Apple kick-started the revolution in the tablet industry, similar to how Samsung introduced us the full usability of phablets. Recent data show that tablet...
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Samsung plans a smartphone holographic

Like other multinationals also Samsung has an R & D particularly active in the area of the display. In addition to devices with folding...
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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 so will its versions in black and white

The days pass the leaks happen and the countdown to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 does not stop. It is planned...
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WiFi signal to power sensors and devices IoT

Worldwide studies are underway on the batteries of the future, but today you can influence existing technology to power electronic devices. In addition to...
Wireless trackpad on the nail

Wireless trackpad on the nail

Researchers at the MIT Media Laboratory have designed a wearable device that turns your thumbnail in a small wireless trackpad. The prototype device was...