Ignoring the catcalls for a wireless version, this sparkling -if rather tangled- outfit that debuted during the recent Austin Fashion Week has caught the eye of enthusiastic tech bloggers everywhere.
Rather than consign tech and e-waste to places like Nigeria or China, electronic junk can be better used for furniture as lovingly exhibited in the Egyptian-themed chests, cabinets and sculptures of Theo Kamecke.
Designed with the substandard healthcare of developing countries in mind, the Embrace is an instant infant warmer for those crucial hours when a premature newborn has to be incubated.
Blessed with an external graphics card packing dedicated 1GB memory and a choice between Blu-Ray or DVD drivers, the new laptop from Toshiba seems specifically crafted for video-heavy users out there.
Most of you might never have heard of Ferroelectric storage, so here’s a short introduction.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is currently seeking damages for what he believes are gross patent violations by Google, Apple, FaceBook, eBay, AOL, and Netflix.
In case you’re wondering about the name, Sanyo’s latest venture in green public transport stands for Solar Vehicle, hence Solarve.
If geekdom had a reigning sovereign, it would be Dr. Nakamats.
So the University of Florida has launched a revolution in higher learning by allowing a PhD candidate named Nate Poling to run EME2040: 21st Century Skills In Starcraft. We say it’s about time!
You know how people seem to be able to recognise old buddies even if they last met 20 or 30 years ago? Well, it seems a Japanese company has cracked the code on this one a little bit.
At least this was the gist of Dr. Ben Carter’s presentation during the 24th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. In it, the scientist from the University of Liverpool unveiled dry water.