LG's display subsidiary has announced that it will begin mass producing notebook displays using Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) technology.
It's not GoPro's best-quality camera, but it's simple to use and the size of an ice cube; $400 sticker shock
Find out what's inside the stuff around you
The emerging Internet of Things (IOT) is enabling the use of smart devices, such as Edyn, in surprisingly down-to-earth places.
According to a new Nature-published research, Samsung Group-backed scientists are making major leaps toward tiny battery eureka moment.
A bullet-proof vest does not mean you're bullet-proof. It just means most bullets won't penetrate the vest. But some will.
Those of us who grew up thinking the year 2000 would bring jetpacks and hover cars finally have something to look forward to: the world's first commercially available jetpack is set to go on sale in 2016.
Production is said to be underway for the next iPhone models, and it looks like the new version's big selling point will be Force Touch.
Graphene is the modern go-to material for scientists and engineers looking to create all manner of new electronic devices. From ultra-frugal light bulbs (both big and small), to super-efficient solar cells, flexible displays and much more, graphene i
"large impulsive forces to penetrate tissue"
"Camera in the hole!" police officers soon shout, as they toss the new Explorer camera orb into a dangerous room before entering.
SparkFun's annual autonomous vehicle competition pushes the limits of cheap tech
Local startups look to tap into 'wearable' electronics market
Don't like that your Galaxy S6 conks out before you're finished for the day? Samsung might offer some relief in the future. Its scientists have developed lithium-ion battery technology that promises much longer-lasting power packs
This week, Lexus introduced a short teaser video for SLIDE, a hoverboard that appears to not just live up to our Back to the Future II dreams but, at least stylistically, improve on them. Better yet, it's more science than science fiction.
Despite a wide selection of smartwatches for men, smaller, fashionable versions designed for women have only recently become available--and their choices are limited
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?
If there was an electronic device that claimed it could make you feel relaxed (extremely relaxed) or energised (extremely energised) would you buy it? Thync is a new breed of 'mood-altering wearable' that promises it can do both.
With an increasing percentage of the world's population seeking to live more eco-friendly, many are tucking their car keys away in exchange for two wheels and transit on a bicycle.
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Most of us don't need a landline anymore-- 41 percent of Americans no longer have one. But along with that old-fashioned ringer went a straightforward way to communicate, one that didn't require tech know-how or parental controls.
Chinese Cellphone Maker Ramos Repurposes Electric Car Battery Technology to Extend Life of Cellphone Batteries
Apple on pace to sell 53M iPhones in June quarter, Apple Watch demand sustaining 'healthy' levels
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New technology from Samsung on the rear of trucks may put an end to dangerous over-taking on single carriage way routes by allowing the drivers behind to spot oncoming vehicles.
There's good news for scientists who study animals that are too small to carry a GPS monitor, or that spit ID tags back out through their arms. A setup using an off-the-shelf camera can precisely capture an animal's path in three dimensions--wit
For someone suffering from paralysis or limited mobility, visiting with other people is extremely difficult. Scientists have been working on a revolutionary brain-machine approach in order to restore a sense of independence to the disabled.
Origami-inspired engineering could enable flexible electronics that one day make their way into clothing and even human bodies.
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