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Boldly going where few speakers dare, the wireless Rebel Speakers are water-resistant and colorful, and were astoundingly successful in their Indiegogo campaign.
Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a way to print circuits using inkjet printers, saving a significant amount of both time and money.
To help improve the efficiency and lifespan of the emerging generation of powerful computer chips, IBM researchers have developed a brain-inspired computer powered and cooled by ‘electronic blood.’
The Wimoto senor system consists of motes, which are tiny wireless sensors that talk directly to your Bluetooth enabled devices and feeds back valuable information, such as motion and water level measurements.
Smartphones have all but eliminated person-to-person direction-giving and word-of-mouth recommendations, not to mention the cultivation of a new urban sub-specie: the head-down, screen-absorbed Homo sapien oblivious to its surroundings.
Toshiba’s 4K TV range, the REGZA Z8X series starts off with the 58 inch version with the biggest of them measuring all of 84 inches. Naturally, the 84 inch version is also the costliest, sporting a sticker price tag of 1.68m yen which translates to $16,430
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On 27/5, Samsung announced plans to hold a press conference in London on 20/6 to launch a new series of devices running the Android and Windows platforms
AMD’s jumping ahead of Intel’s new Haswell processor release (which is about a week away) by revealing details about its upcoming line of mobile APUs.
The Vietnam Post of Telecommunication and Communication (VNPT) has proposed the Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) to intervene to rescue telcos.
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