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Date: 01/12/18 E Ink display lets you write on it as if it were paper
You can already get e-paper notepads that come close to replicating the feel of writing on dead trees, but E Ink thinks it can do better.
Date: 01/12/18 Toyota untethers its T-HR3 humanoid robot thanks to 5G
Toyota just brought your dreams of an Avatar-like proxy one step closer to reality. Teaming with NTT Docomo, it remotely controlled its T-HR3 humanoid robot over a 5G network from a distance of 10 kilometers (6.2 miles).
Date: 01/12/18 Samsung introduced a TV with artificial intelligence
South Korean company Samsung introduced QLED 8K "Future TV" in Moscow, which uses artificial intelligence technology
Samsung is developing a TV system that might one day allow users to flick channels and adjust the volume using their brains
An international team of scientists has developed a nano-scale robot that can 'drill' into the tissue of an eye without
Currant, a startup dedicated to making smart home devices that reduce energy consumption, has announced its first AI-driven product, as spotted by VentureBeat.
Virtual reality motion controllers work pretty well at syncing up the movements of digital digits with your
A research group from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, has made great strides toward the development
A team of researchers working at the Chinese Academy of Sciences has developed an electronic skin that is sensitive
Scientists have created a new lensless camera that can capture photos using a standard pane of window glass.
Researchers at Colorado University Boulder created the material that uses light and temperature as stimuli to shift
Date: 17/08/18 VR optics could help old folks keep the world in focus
The complex optics involved with putting a screen an inch away from the eye in VR headsets could make for smartglasses that correct for vision problems
Date: 17/08/18 A Group of Engineers Say They’ve Created a Way to Detect Bombs and Guns Using Basic Wi-Fi
Tracking down dangerous, hidden materials typically requires either a substantial labor force, costly and specific tools, or both
Date: 16/08/18 Robotic system identifies EVs and charges them up
In order to make electric cars more appealing to consumers, automakers have been experimenting with robotic chargers that automatically plug themselves into specific cars such as Volkswagens or Teslas
Engineers have developed an approach to build 3D, stretchable electronics with the potential to perform multiple functions within a small, thin, pliable platform