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Category: Future Tech

Green Algae-Based Batteries Show Tremendous Potential

Green Algae-Based Batteries Show Tremendous Potential
Almost every aspect of electronic devices have been vastly improved – or at least miniaturized – these days. Touchscreen displays are becoming common. Monitors and TVs are becoming larger, thinner and the overall quality of their…

First Else: New Smartphone With an Interface That Hates Left-Handed People

First Else: New Smartphone With an Interface That Hates Left-Handed People
Else – formerly Emblaze Mobile – is the latest company to challenge Apple and the iPhone’s domination among smartphones with their curiously-named device, the First Else. The phone is apparently bursting with “revolutionary” and “game-changing” technology…
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Noodle Robot Makes Perfect Pasta

Noodle Robot Makes Perfect Pasta
This new technological innovation from Japan is a single-purpose robot with a simple mission – make the best pasta and noodles without lifting single human finger (except to push the power button). The Buckwheat Noodle Robot…

Google Chrome Os Download, Almost Exactly the Same as the Browser

Google Chrome Os Download, Almost Exactly the Same as the Browser
Curious and/or impatient techies! An early developer build of Google (Google’s?) Chrome OS – which was just formally announced – has been unleashed on the Internet for those who want to take an early early early…

Nec Batteryless Remote Control: We Don’T Need No Stinkin’ Batteries

Nec Batteryless Remote Control: We Don’T Need No Stinkin’ Batteries
How many times have you had to get your lazy ass off of the couch to get up and change the channel because the batteries in your remote died. Well thanks to some fine high-tech minds,…

Walky Lets You Control Robots via Finger Gestures, Turns iPhone Into a Wii

Walky Lets You Control Robots via Finger Gestures, Turns iPhone Into a Wii
Yuta Sugiura and his colleagues at the Graduate School of Media Design in Keio University had a valid starting point – most of the software or hardware input systems today have no direct correlation to the…

Gaon Street Light/Wastebasket Turns Trash Into Flash

Gaon Street Light/Wastebasket Turns Trash Into Flash
Designed by Haneum Lee, the Gaon street light/wastebasket concept composts biodegradable waste and uses the methane by-product to power its light, saving energy and eliminating waste while lighting the streets. It’s a bright idea – or…

Space Hotel to Open in 2012, Will Let Rich People have an Excellent View of the Apocalypse

Space Hotel to Open in 2012, Will Let Rich People have an Excellent View of the Apocalypse
“The birth of the Homo Spaciens.” That’s how Spanish-based Galactic Suite Ltd. describes its vision of a hotel in space, one that enables guests to literally go around the world in just 80 minutes and see…

Tele Scouter Translator Will Literally Let You See What Someone is Saying

Tele Scouter Translator Will Literally Let You See What Someone is Saying
NEC aims to overcome language barriers with the Tele Scouter, a system that will process spoken language and display a translation on a retinal display. To maintain the portability of the gadget, NEC split the Tele…

OLED Lighting About to Make Rooms a Whole Lot Cooler

OLED Lighting About to Make Rooms a Whole Lot Cooler
As we look for more ways to generate energy-efficient light, we’ve seen a gradual move away from the warm glow of incandescent light, to the ugly pinkish hues of CFL, to the strange blueish-white point-source light…

Robot Riding Shotgun: Aida the in-Car Robot Companion

Robot Riding Shotgun: Aida the in-Car Robot Companion
Developed by researchers at MIT’s SENSEable City Lab in cooperation with Audi, AIDA (Affective Intelligent Driving Agent) is a drivers’ companion that offers useful information while interacting in a “socially appropriate and informative way.” AIDA will…

Clearview: One Software to Fix Them All

Clearview: One Software to Fix Them All
Ah, software problems. We’ve all experienced them in varying degrees – sometimes it’s just a stupid online video that won’t load, and sometimes the operating system itself gives up. Now imagine a future where programs can…

Yikebike: the Sitting Man’S Segway

Yikebike: the Sitting Man’S Segway
The YikeBike is a new electric transport vehicle coming from New Zealand. The compact personal transporter features an innovative design that can speed you along through city streets and country roads without ever requiring you to…

Forget P2p, Here’S B2b: Brain-to-Brain Communication

Forget P2p, Here’S B2b: Brain-to-Brain Communication
We can now add telepathy to the list of things that’s possible thanks to the Internet. Researchers at the University of Southampton in the UK have demonstrated that it is possible to transmit thoughts from one…

Facial Recognition Tech Helps Tvs Save Power

Facial Recognition Tech Helps Tvs Save Power
This new technology from Hitachi automatically detects when you’re actually watching your television, then shuts the display off whenever you’re not looking. By using advanced facial recognition technology, the monitor can tell when your eyes are…

Surfacescape Redefines Tabletop Gaming

Surfacescape Redefines Tabletop Gaming
Anything that starts out of a suggestion from Penny-Arcade’s Mike Krahulik & Jerry Holkins – aka Gabe & Tycho – is bound to be geeky, and this one is no exception. The duo visited the Entertainment…
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