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25/12/20 Samsung is poised to win the smart TV race for the 15th consecutive year

Samsung has been the world’s top smart TV brand for more than a decade and market research firm Omdia estimates that 2020 

23/12/20 Hisense A7 5G launched as the world’s first E-ink display smartphone with 5G connectivity

Hisense is commonly known for its televisions. But the company also sells phones in its home country. It has now launched the Hisense A7 5G as the world’s first E-ink display smartphone with 5G connectivity

22/12/20 Nokia 6300 4G unveiled: Snapdragon 210 and WhatsApp out of the box for $ 61

The Nokia brand has unveiled the reincarnation of the Nokia 6300 push-button phone, first introduced in 2007

17/12/20 Samsung denies rumors of Galaxy Note series discontinuation

Samsung Electronics Co. on Wednesday denied rumors that it will discontinue the Galaxy Note series next year, saying the flagship phablet line

15/12/20 Amazon’s autonomous vehicle startup Zoox just unveiled a robotaxi

After six years in business, Zoox — Amazon's autonomous vehicle company — unveiled its first self-driving taxi

14/12/20 Samsung Galaxy M12 Geekbench listing reveals Exynos 850 and Android 11

Samsung is reportedly working on the launch of the Galaxy M12. The live shots of the rear shell of the phone had appeared last months

14/12/20 Monarch launches world’s first fully electric self-driving tractor

US tech company Monarch Tractor has launched the world’s first fully electric smart tractor with optional self-driving mode

10/12/20 Samsung ushers in a new era of 110-inch MicroLED TVs

Samsung Electronics has announced a new generation of a smart TV – MicroLED panel, which provides the highest picture quality

10/12/20 LG will turn automatic glass doors into giant OLED screens

LG Electronics (LG) announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems

10/12/20 Asus announces new Chromebox 4 with 10th Gen Intel processors

Asus has announced its new Chromebox 4, a mini PC that runs Chrome OS

08/12/20 LG shakes up loss-making phone business, to outsource lower-end models

LG Electronics 066570.KS said on Monday it had reorganised its mobile phone division to increase outsourcing of its low to mid-end smartphones

07/12/20 This new 80-foot drone is now the world’s largest unmanned aircraft

There are drones, and then there’s the Ravn X. The epic behemoth, which was unveiled Thursday, is now the world’s largest Unmanned Aircraft (UAS) by mass, tipping the scales at nearly 28 tons

03/12/20 ZTE Blade V2021 5G with 720 Dimensity chip and 48-megapixel camera estimated at $ 152

ZTE has unveiled a new smartphone called ZTE Blade V2021 5G. Distinctive features of the budget device

12/02/20 Samsung’s new foldable Galaxy Z Flip will arrive on February 14th for $1,380

Samsung is unveiling its latest foldable Galaxy Z Flip phone today. It looks a lot different than the troubled Galaxy Fold

12/02/20 Galaxy S20 ' series with models with 100 million pixel camera that can zoom 100 times appeared from Samsung

The Galaxy S20 series has three models: the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra

11/02/20 Compal PivoBook landscape and portrait laptop wins iF award

Taiwan's Compal Electronics is best known as an ODM for select Apple, Dell and HP laptops

11/02/20 Blood-drawing robot is supposedly more accurate than humans

The only thing worse than getting a needle is getting two (or more) when the first jab attempt fails

11/02/20 Samsung will announce the Galaxy M31 on February 25 in India

Last week, Samsung released two teasers for the upcoming Galaxy M31 mid-range smartphone

04/10/19 Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 gets a long-overdue USB-C port

It's been precisely a year since Microsoft last updated its Surface range, and now we're seeing what the company

04/10/19 Warp Charge SOS is a “battery rescue” campaign by OnePlus in London

OnePlus has launched a hilarious but useful campaign in London. Called Warp Charge SOS

04/10/19 NASA launches a new planet-hunting telescope using a giant balloon

NASA launches a new planet-hunting telescope using a giant balloon

01/10/19 SpaceX has unveiled the rocket it hopes will one day carry humans to Mars

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk gave a presentation on the development of the company’s rocket Starship

01/10/19 China’s new 500-megapixel ‘super camera’ can instantly recognize you in a crowd

China is already home to extensive facial recognition technology, using it to identify criminals

01/10/19 WhatsApp will not work on these iPhones and Android smartphones from February 1, 2020

WhatsApp has decided end support for smartphones running on both Android and iOS platforms

30/09/19 High-end iPad and MacBook with Mini-LED displays to launch between late 2020 and mid 2021

Reiterating a prediction he shared in April, noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo today said Apple plans to release 

30/09/19 The best smartphone of the year 2019 was OnePlus

Experts cited OnePlus 7T the best smartphone in 2019

26/09/19 First smartphone with a display of 240 Hz was presented

Although the basic features of the Sharp Aquos Zero 2 smartphone are already known, the launch is a mystery

25/09/19 Researchers create a battery that bends and flexes

If smartphone makers ever get folding devices ready for the mainstream market in a significant way

25/09/19 Samsung introduces industry’s first 0.7μm-pixel mobile image sensor

Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today introduced the industry’s first 

25/09/19 Pilot project demos credit cards with shifting CVV codes to stop fraud

US-based PNC Bank is in the middle of a pilot project that aims to test out credit cards with constantly changing card verification 

25/09/19 Tiny, biocompatible laser could function inside living tissues

Researchers have developed a tiny nanolaser that can function inside of living tissues without harming them

25/09/19 Boston Dynamics' Atlas robot shows off gymnastics skills in new video

On Tuesday, Boston Dynamics posted a new video of its robot, Atlas, showing off some gymnastic skills

16/09/19 Korea to deploy ‘ambulance drones’ at mountains next year

South Korea seeks to deploy first-aid drones at popular mountains next year to deliver emergency medical supplies to victims on time, officials said Friday

01/08/19 Global 5G phone shipments will reach up to 200 million units in 2020

The global shipment of smartphones with support for 5G networks will reach 150-200 million units in 2020 and will make up about 10% 

01/08/19 Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 announced

Android tablets have long trudged upon a path of slow decline. They usually aren’t great at competing against current smartphones, are often really expensive

01/08/19 Black Shark 2 Pro with Snapdragon 855 Plus, 12GB RAM launched in China for $435

Smartphone gaming is becoming increasingly popular and big names associated with PC gaming, including ASUS and Razer

26/07/19 The Arque is a mechanical tail for humans

There are two kinds of people in the world: those who look at monkeys and think “damn, having a tail would be fucking awesome

26/07/19 RedmiBook 14 Gets More Affordable With New Intel Core i3, Onboard Graphics Variants

RedmiBook 14 has received two new variants that take the price of this budget laptop even lower. Quietly unveiled in China

13/07/19 Samsung Galaxy Note 10 official images revealed ahead of launch

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is launching in less than four weeks’ time and we now get a clear look thanks to leaked press images 

12/07/19 U.K. Military Is Getting Serious About Directed Energy Weapons

The U.K.’s Ministry of Defense is cranking up its focus on cutting-edge laser weapons, among other futuristic modes of attack

12/07/19 Thirty Meter Telescope Set to Begin Construction

Four years after protests halted construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope atop Mauna Kea, Hawai‘i, Governor David Ige has announced that construction will resume. The Mauna Kea Access Road, where protests took place in 2015

11/07/19 Samsung unveils remote-controlled 5G car at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Samsung has revealed its 5G enabled car that can be operated remotely

11/07/19 Physicist And His Son Are 3D-Printing A Lamborghini Aventador

Even though it came out more than eight years ago, the Lamborghini Aventador is still a head-turner thanks to its wild styling

10/07/19 Monaco rolls out Huawei-built 5G network in European first

Monaco on Tuesday became the first country in Europe to inaugurate a next-generation 5G mobile phone network based on technology from Chinese firm Huawei

10/07/19 Dropbox Transfer tests direct sharing of files up to 100GB

Dropbox is adding a new option for how its users can share files

10/07/19 PostPay e-Wallet to be put into use in Azerbaijan

Two structures of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies – the Data Processing Centre and Azerpost LLC 

10/07/19 The VAIO SX12 fits nine ports into a 12.5-inch laptop

AIO announced the SX12, a 12.5-inch laptop that packs in more ports than many larger and thicker laptops (via the Verge)

09/07/19 Simple ‘smart’ glass reveals the future of artificial vision

The sophisticated technology that powers face recognition in many modern smartphones someday could receive a high-tech upgrade that sounds 

09/07/19 IBM Patents a Watch That Unfolds Into a Full Tablet

IBM — the world’s largest tech patent holder and one of the most advanced innovation laboratories in the planet 

09/07/19 Baku Telephone Communications LLC switches 24 thousand apartments to optical network

Baku Telephone Communications LLC (Baktelecom) of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies 

09/07/19 Finance professionals in the Middle East must be aware of cyber security risks: report

Not a day goes by without a breaking news story about data breaches or personal data theft from large organisations

09/07/19 Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8 SM-T290: Budget Tablet To Be Released Soon

Samsung is going to release a new budget tablet soon. It is called Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8 2019 SM-T290 (WiFi) and SM-T295 (4G)

09/07/19 Instagram is trying to crack down on bullying with a new way to stop people from commenting publicly on your photos without having to block them

Instagram is trying to crack down on bullying in its app with a feature that flags potentially abusive comments

08/07/19 Panasonic to develop green home appliances made from plants

Panasonic will adopt a plant-derived plastic for refrigerators, vacuum cleaners and other home appliances within a few years, Nikkei has learned, joining a broader trend away from petroleum-based material spurred by environmental concerns.

08/07/19 Technology Review named Huawei among top 50 Smartest Companies

MIT Technology Review, a global technology magazine, named Huawei as one of the 50 smartest companies that show the company’s effect business model around the globe

08/07/19 Lenovo intelligent mouse launched with voice input and language translation

Innovative Chinese technology giant Lenovo has announced a new product, which in fact is an intelligent mouse with voice control

05/07/19 Top Army Official Tests Out Futuristic Smart Combat Glasses

The U.S. Army's new boss recently got a chance do shoot-house training with the latest Microsoft-based, smart soldier glasses

05/07/19 eSIM-based devices shipments to reach 2 billion by 2025

Shipments of eSIM-based devices are set to reach almost two billion units by 2025, up from 364 million in 2018, a new report by Counterpoint Research said on Monday

03/07/19 XIDU Tour Pro 12.5 Comes Soon with 8th Gen Intel CPU + 8GB RAM & 2K IPS Screen

XIDU is a young brand making it big-time in the technology sector. After the release of the Philbook Max 

02/07/19 China posed to deploy ‘constellation’ of AI-controlled satellites to monitor the Earth

The satellites, which will reportedly include Yaogan-class remote sensing vehicles and named after the Leo constellation, are expected to be equipped with a self-piloting system

02/07/19 Equinix and Singapore’s GIC will launch a $1 billion joint venture to build hyperscale data centers in Europe

Equinix, one of the world’s largest data center companies, announced that it will form a $1 billion joint venture with GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund. The partnership will focus on building xScale data centers in Europe

02/07/19 Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Launch Formally Set for August 7, Company Sends Invites

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is set to debut officially on August 7. The South Korean company has sent formal invites for its forthcoming Galaxy Unpacked

01/07/19 ZTE nubia Red Magic 3 is fastest phone in AnTuTu’s June rankings

AnTuTu revealed its June rankings for the best performing Android phones and the ZTE nubia Red Magic 3 took the top spot again

01/07/19 Startup packs all 16GB of Wikipedia onto DNA strands to demonstrate new storage tech

Computer storage technology has moved from wires with magnets to hard disks to 3D stacks of memory chips

01/07/19 Getac Announces UX10 Rugged Tablet To Enhance And Maximize Worker Productivity

Getac has announced the launch of the new UX10 rugged tablet, offering reliability, powerful performance and lightweight portability to professionals operating in challenging field environments every day.

01/07/19 Super FlashCharge 120W: Vivo’s new tech can fully charge 4,000mAh battery in 13 minutes

Vivo’s new charging technology can fully charge a 4,000mAh battery in just 13 minutes

01/07/19 Atos to deliver most powerful supercomputer in Norway to national e-infrastructure provider Uninett Sigma2

Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, has signed a 4-year contract to deliver its latest supercomputer, the BullSequana XH2000, to Uninett Sigma2, the national e-infrastructure provider in Norway

22/06/19 Amazon gets U.S. patent to use delivery drones for surveillance service Inc is exploring using drones not just to deliver packages but also to provide surveillance as a service to its customers, according to a patent granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office

01/06/19 Hyundai launches its first electric double-decker bus

Back in 2016, Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD rolled out a 10.2 meter-long electric double-decker bus in London. 

01/06/19 Robots find new job: Skyscraper window washers

A skyscraper window washer regularly ranks among the toughest jobs in the world. The role, which can pay an upward of $27 an hour, often requires workers to hang hundreds of feet above the ground

06/04/19 Pilot-less air taxi takes off in Vienna demonstration flight

As carmakers push ahead with self-driving vehicles, an Austrian aerospace company and its Chinese

16/02/19 AI has learned to write fake news

OpenAI -- a company backed by Elon Musk -- has created an artificial intelligence system called GPT2 

16/02/19 Samsung’s new Tab S5e is super thin, supports Bixby, and costs just $399

Samsung has announced the new Galaxy Tab S5e, a mid-range tablet that the company is hoping will capture people's attention with select premium features and a more accessible $399 price tag

02/02/19 Expanding pill could be used to monitor stomach conditions for up to one month

The soft, squishy device, which is made from hydrogel materials, is softer, longer lasting and more biocompatible than some of the current ingestible stomach sensors that can only stay in the stomach for a few days.

19/01/19 Johnson & Johnson teams with Apple study to help reduce the risk of strokes

Apple and Johnson & Johnson are teaming up on a study to determine whether the latest Apple Watch, in conjunction with an app 

15/12/18 Postmates has created a robot to speed up and automate its deliveries

Postmates, the food and grocery delivery company that operates across 550 cities in the US, has announced an autonomous delivery robot called Serve.

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.

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).

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

13/11/18 Samsung presents prototype of TV with human brain as remote control

Samsung is developing a TV system that might one day allow users to flick channels and adjust the volume using their brains

13/11/18 50 countries vow to fight cybercrime – US and Russia don’t

Fifty nations and over 150 tech companies pledged Monday to do more to fight criminal activity on the internet

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

15/08/18 Samsung Officially Introduces Exynos Modem 5100 – Industry’s First 5G Modem With up to 2Gbps Download Speeds Capability

Samsung is greatly involved in 5G deployment and has pledged to inject a ton of money for the expansion of the next-generation connectivity standard

15/08/18 Electronic robot skin out-senses the real thing

We've already heard about flexible electronic "skins" that could give robots or prosthetic limbs a human-like sense of touch

15/08/18 DisplayMate: Samsung yet again improved their AMOLED displays, the Note 9 has the best mobile display ever

DisplayMate posted a review of Samsung's latest OLED display - the 6.4" 1440x2960 (516 PPI) flexible Super AMOLED used in the Galaxy Note 9. As we've seen many times before, Samsung managed to significantly improve its OLED quality - and DisplayMate says that this is the best mobile display ever tested

15/08/18 This happy robot helps kids with autism

A little bot named QTrobot from LuxAI could be the link between therapists, parents, and autistic children

14/08/18 Google DeepMind’s AI can detect over 50 sight-threatening eye conditions

Tech industry insiders regularly herald AI as the solution to all of our problems, included those posed by health care

13/08/18 Nokia 2.1 Android Go with 4000mAh battery, Snapdragon 425 launched in India

Nokia 2.1 Android Go smartphone has been launched in India by HMD Global and it is now the last offering in the company’s new Android Go 

13/08/18 Estonian Genome Foundation hires robot

The Estonian Genome Foundation hired an unusual employee.  It is a robot, which is supposed to greatly accelerate the collection of gene data on the residents of the country

11/08/18 Scientists create biodegradable, paper-based biobatteries

The batteries of the future may be made out of paper. Researchers at Binghamton University, State University at New York have created a biodegradable, paper-based battery that is more efficient than previously possible

10/08/18 World’s first graphene skinned plane unveiled

The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) unveiled the world’s first graphene skinned plane at Farmborough Airshow

10/08/18 Apple wants iPhone to be proof of identity and replace passports

Apple has considered the possibility of using the iPhone as a form of identification for the user, with one proposed onboard secure storage system using RFID having the potential to use a smartphone as an alternative to a passport for travelers at ports

10/08/18 Samsung unveils its latest smartwatch — the Galaxy Watch

Samsung is back with a new smartwatch and fresh branding. The company announced its Galaxy Watch at its annual Galaxy Note phone event today

09/08/18 Zephyr drone breaks endurance record during maiden test flight

Airbus’ Zephyr high-altitude drone has logged a maiden flight of 26 days, the longest duration un-refuelled flight ever made

09/08/18 Google Patents Facial Recognition System Based on Users’ Social Media Data

Google has access to more user data than the company cares to acknowledge but according to a recent report from The Next Web, the amount of data just doesn’t seem enough

09/08/18 Xiaomi to soon launch 8GB RAM variant of its flagship smartphone Mi 8

Xiaomi recently launched its flagship smartphone of the year — Xiaomi Mi 8. The device packs up to 6GB RAM but now the company is all set to launch a new variant of the Mi 8 that comes with 8GB RAM

08/08/18 NEC unveils facial recognition system for 2020 Tokyo Olympics

NEC has announced that it will provide a large-scale facial recognition system for the 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo

08/08/18 First Multi-Flexible Robot Inspired by Australian Spider

Researchers from Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAs), as well as Boston University have teamed up to create the first small-scale, multi-flexible robot

08/08/18 New Compounds That Reverse Human Ageing Developed

British researchers have developed new compounds that can potentially reverse key aspects of the ageing of human cells

07/08/18 Flexible Loudspeaker Made of Nanowires Will Stick to Your Skin and Play Music

A variety of nanomaterials have been used over the years in loudspeakers and microphones. Nanoparticles have replaced permanent magnets in loudspeakers and a thin film of carbon nanotubes has done pretty much the same

07/08/18 LG Q8 (2018) With 18:9 Display, Stylus Launched: Price, Specifications

LG Q8 (2018) has been launched as the successor to the LG Q8 that arrived last year. The new smartphone comes with a military-grade durable build that is touted to be based on MIL-STD 810G 

07/08/18 Black Shark leads AnTuTu’s July top 10 performing phones list

AnTuTu that is a popular website for smartphone benchmarking is here with a list of top performing smartphones for the month of July

07/08/18 Microsoft Edge Flaw Lets Hackers Steal Local Files

Microsoft has fixed a vulnerability in the Edge browser that could be abused against older versions to steal local files from a user's computer

07/08/18 Raytheon UNCIA, The World’s First IP68 Laptop Announced

At this year’s China Joy 2018 exhibition, we not only saw a variety of games but also a large number of hardware products

06/08/18 Chinese scientists have created artificial electronic skin

E-skin can be transferred to the human body or attached to the masks to measure body signals

06/08/18 Experts tell how to protect smartphone from overheating in hot weather

Experts shared tips on how to keep the smartphone from overheating in hot weather, RIA Novosti reported citing the senior marketing manager of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, Olga Kobelskaya

06/08/18 Hiroshi Ishiguro presented his new creation — Android Ibuki

Hiroshi Ishiguro from the University showed its new creation — Ibuki humanoid robot that can move on four wheels

06/08/18 The ‘unprecedented’ 3D animation that reveals what really happens when a killer avalanche hits

A stunning 3D animation has revealed what really happens inside an avalanche for the first time

04/08/18 Panasonic’s new Toughpad tablets are faster, more secure, with a ton of customization options

Panasonic has revealed a pair of refreshed rugged Windows 10 tablets with faster processors and an impressively diverse range of configuration options for those who need a slate that can survive in more extreme working environments

03/08/18 Police drones monitor compliance with traffic rules in China

Four multicopters have officially entered the police service in the Chinese city of Jinan, in Shandong Province. The drones will record traffic violations, such as the use of mobile phones and tablets while driving.

03/08/18 Verizon Motorola Moto Z3 announced with Snapdragon 835 and 5G Moto Mod support

At the brand’s event in Chicago, Motorola has just unveiled the Moto Z3 as its latest flagship smartphone, ditching the Force branding for the first time since the introduction of the Moto Z line and releasing exclusively on Verizon later this month

03/08/18 BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X go official with massive batteries

BlackBerry and its Indian manufacturing partner Optiemus announced together the Evolve series that includes two smartphones

03/08/18 VR firefighter training simulator keeps Big Data close to its chest

Firefighting is a dangerous gig by nature, so training is particularly important. But training can be just as dangerous, not to mention costly and time-consuming

03/08/18 New photosensitizers help overcome color limitations in SLS 3D printing

One of the biggest challenges facing 3D printing is the ability to print in full, highly detailed color. However, not all 3D printing technologies, such as selective laser sintering (SLS) and stereolithography (SLA), are able to print directly in color

03/08/18 Phone X (2018) gets compared to iPhone 9 and X Plus in latest dummy unit images

A few days back, the first dummy units of Apple’s 6.1-inch iPhone 9 and 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus revealed the design in full

03/08/18 Xiaomi crowdfunds a cheap Feature Phone with Wi-fi, 4G and real-time voice translation

ne quality for which Xiaomi is known globally is its premium but cheap smartphones as well as other products with similar features

02/08/18 Murder victims buried in unmarked graves could soon be found using pulses of laser light beamed from a helicopter, new research shows

Murder victims buried in unmarked graves in remote areas could soon be found using pulses of laser light, new research has shown

02/08/18 Artificial intelligence system designs drugs from scratch

An artificial-intelligence approach created at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy can teach itself to design new drug molecules from scratch and has the potential to dramatically accelerate the design of new drug candidates

02/08/18 Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 officially announced, includes DeX and costs $650

After weeks of rumors and leaks, Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Tab S4 on Tuesday, August 1

01/08/18 Unmanned DLR helicopter SuperARTIS successfully accomplishes humanitarian mission

Transporting humanitarian supplies with an unmanned helicopter to hard-to-reach areas was the goal of a two-week mission by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luf- und Raumfaht; DLR) in the Dominican Republic

01/08/18 OUKITEL WP2 Coming Soon With 10,000mAh Battery

OUKITEL is planning to announce a new rugged smartphone, the OUKITEL WP2

01/08/18 Honor Note 10 goes official with huge screen, huge battery, middling price

Huawei’s fast-growing Honor sub-brand may or may not be looking to unveil its latest flagship phone on a Western stage at the IFA trade show in Berlin next month, but until then, the Honor Note 10 has gone official in China earlier today ahead of a local commercial launch tomorrow, August 1.

28/07/18 The Chinese created the smallest air conditioner in the world

The air conditioner, created by Chinese engineers, is the smallest air conditioner in the world. Having dimensions of 16x16x17 cm, it is very good at his work

28/07/18 The Pentagon decided to tackle combat AI

The Ministry of Defense has been considering the issue of AI since October 2016, and now this idea has become a reality, since the military founded the United Center for Artificial Intelligence

28/07/18 Scientists have found a way to prevent vision loss

New delivery method increases the solubility of curcumin. The pigment contained in turmeric, can be used for effective treatment of glaucoma at an early stage

28/07/18 The drone broke the record for flight duration

UAV Zephyr’s developed by European aircraft manufacturer Airbus, spent in the air for more than 15 days, breaking the absolute record for flight duration among the drones

27/07/18 The Centauro: A new disaster response robot to assist rescue workers to operate safely (VIDEO)

Researchers at IIT-Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia completed the realization, assembly and testing of a new disaster response robot: the Centauro, a Centaur-like robot consisting of a four-legged base and an anthropomorphic upper body. 

26/07/18 Xiaomi launches Mijia Smart Air Conditioner for $324

About a year ago, Zhumi, one of the brands under Xiaomi’s ecosystem launched an air conditioner

26/07/18 Scientists develop new materials that move in response to light

Researchers at Tufts University School of Engineering have developed magnetic elastomeric composites that move in different ways when exposed to light

26/07/18 Samsung reveals UL-approved ‘unbreakable’ OLED screen destined for smartphones

Samsung, Apple’s sole supplier of OLED displays for the iPhone X, today announced that it has developed an “unbreakable” OLED panel

25/07/18 Xiaomi Launches 3-in-1 Data Cable

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, has released a new 3-in-1 connection cable which has an interface for Apple devices, USB Type-C cord, and a Micro USB cable

25/07/18 This keyboard can be crumpled up and stuck into a pocket

A keyboard that can be crumpled up and fits into a pocket has been developed by a team of scientists in South Korea

25/07/18 Ytterbium: The quantum memory of tomorrow

Quantum communication and cryptography are the future of high-security communication. But many challenges lie ahead before a worldwide quantum network can be set up, including propagating the quantum signal over long distances

25/07/18 MIT researchers create world’s smallest robot for medical, industrial application

Researchers at U.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created the world's smallest robots that can be used for medical diagnosis or industrial application such as detection of oil or gas leakage, a study said Monday

24/07/18 CT scanners at Heathrow could spell ‘beginning of the end’ of liquids ban

The introduction of more powerful 3D scanners for hand luggage at Heathrow has been hailed as the "beginning of the end" of the liquids ban on flights

24/07/18 Samsung’s next wireless charger will juice up two devices at once

Samsung is reportedly planning to release a two-in-one charger for its smartphones and the upcoming Galaxy Watch. Packaging for the Wireless Charger Duo has leaked

24/07/18 Qualcomm unveils first mmWave 5G antennas for smartphones

There’s a lot of pieces that need to come together to get 5G networks to work on mobile devices — new standards need to be agreed on, new modems need to be developed, and new networking hardware for towers needs to be rolled out

19/07/18 Xiaomi launches Mi Max 3 with 6:9 inch display

Xiaomi has announced the Mi Max 3, the latest and biggest yet in its line of colossal phones

19/07/18 This chip can quickly identify the microbes living in your body

Physicians already have tests to identify microbes by their genetic makeup

19/07/18 Pentagon Wants to Bring Mind-Controlled Tech To Troops

The Defense Department’s research arm is working on a project that connects human operators’ brains to the systems they’re controlling—and vice versa

19/07/18 Corning Gorilla Glass 6 will protect your next phone from 15 drops in a row

Corning's Gorilla Glass covers the displays of phones from Apple, Samsung, LG and many more, and two years after the last refresh, Corning has just unveiled Gorilla Glass 6

17/07/18 Armani announces next generation Connected Wear OS smartwatch

Fashion brand Emporio Armani announced the Emporio Armani Connected 2018

17/07/18 Huawei Super Charge next-generation 40W fast charging technology surfaces online

Huawei Super Charge next-generation 40W fast charging technology surfaces online

17/07/18 Army Is Teaching AI Robots the Team Concept

As far as the Department of Defense is concerned, artificial intelligence is a team game, particularly where robots are concerned.

12/05/18 Advanced paper could be foundation for inexpensive biomedical and diagnostic devices

Paper is known for its ability to absorb liquids, making it ideal for products such as paper towels. 

14/04/18 Google AI can pick out voices in a crowd

Humans are usually good at isolating a single voice in a crowd, but computers

14/04/18 Xiaomi’s $480 Black Shark gaming phone is designed to take on the Razer Phone

After gaming laptops, Xiaomi is now exploring the gaming smartphone field. 

19/02/18 Japan develops ultrathin elastic display

Palm reading could take on a whole new meaning thanks to a new invention from Japan

19/02/18 Japanese scientist creates a twin-robot

Japanese scientist Hiroshi Ishiguro created a twin-robot

19/02/18 MIT’s new chip could bring neural nets to battery-powered gadgets

MIT researchers have developed a chip designed to speed up the hard work of running neural networks

08/01/18 Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC Launched With AI Features, Better Face Recognition Capabilities

Samsung on Thursday, ahead of CES 2018, announced the new Exynos 9 Series 9810 SoC built on its second-generation 10nm FinFET process technology.

08/11/16 Joint project on modernization of ICT infrastructure and services in Azerbaijan is realized

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Azerbaijan and the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan agreed on implementation of the next step of the project on “Modernization of Sustainability and Efficiency of ICT Infrastructure and Services in the Republic of Azerbaijan”            .

25/10/16 AI judge created by British scientists can predict human rights rulings

An artificial intelligence "judge" that can accurately predict many of Europe's top human rights court rulings has been created by a team of computer scientists and legal experts.

03/08/16 The State Fund for Development of Information Technologies continues accepting projects for the next grant competition

The State Fund for Development of Information Technologies under the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT) continues accepting projects for the next grant competition announced by the Fund.

28/07/16 AT&T and 19Labs put a ‘doctor’ in a first aid kit with GALE (VIDEO)

At-home first aid kits are typically just a bunch of bandages, gauzes, and other products stuffed into a little box.

28/07/16 SIPCC device helps babies at risk of cerebral palsy with movement

A group of biomedical engineers and physical therapists at the University of Oklahoma (OU) have developed a ground-breaking medical device that has babies at risk of developing cerebral palsy scooting their way from room to room.

28/07/16 This $500 shirt changes patterns when it detects air pollutants (VIDEO)

As the Internet of Things grows at a rapid rate, so does my skepticism for each additional "smart" product that makes it to market.

19/02/16 ‘Give life to KVAN’ online campaign continues

A very successful project has been implemented by GR8CLUB - one of the teams operating in the Business Incubation Center (BIC) of the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT).

15/02/16 Symposium on ‘The Future Networked Car’ to be held in Geneva

On 3 March 2016 in Geneva, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) will convene a symposium on “The Future Networked Car” 

04/02/16 Cisco sees eight-fold increase in mobile data by 2020

Mobile data traffic is expected to grow eight-fold in the next five years, according to a forecast by Cisco.

03/02/16 $40,000 exoskeleton to help paralyzed people walk again

The California-based robotics company suitX, which specializes in medical and industrial exoskeletons, has invented a 27-pound wearable robot called The Phoenix,  that could help everyone from disabled vets to kids learn how to ditch their wheelchairs and walk again on their own two feet.

03/02/16 24 teams taking part in national round of ‘Microsoft Imagine Cup 2016’ competition

The national finals of the “Microsoft Imagine Cup 2016” competition will be held on 15 April 2016. This information was provided to “ICTnews” online news service by the manager of the “Cooperation in Education” program of the company “Microsoft Azerbaijan” Emin Akhundov. He said that 24 teams are taking part in the competition.

02/02/16 304 million new malware samples appeared in 2015

According to a new report from Panda Security more than 84 million new malware samples were detected over the 2015, 27% of all malware of ever.

02/02/16 Driverless bus trial in Netherlands is first on public roads

An electric, driverless shuttle bus will take to the Dutch public roads on Thursday, rolling six passengers along a 200 meter (yard) stretch of road in the first trial of its kind worldwide.

02/02/16 Fourth dimension added to 3D printing

3D printed flower-like objects that change in time based on a pre-programmed pattern have been created by American researchers.

02/02/16 Scientists decode brain signals nearly at speed of perception

Neuroscientists from the University of Washington have decoded brain signals in real-time and with astounding accuracy, as revealed in a recent study published in PLOS Computational Biology.

01/02/16 What impact will the 4th industrial revolution have on the labor market?

In 5 years we will witness a radical change in the labor market. The fourth industrial revolution will affect more than 35% of the available professional skills. This forecast was given in the report of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

01/02/16 Regular meeting of Supervisory Board of State Fund for Development of Information Technologies held

On 29 January 2016, the regular meeting of the Supervisory Board of the State Fund for Development of Information Technologies under the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies was held under the chairmanship of the Deputy Minister of Communications and High Technologies Elmir Velizadeh.

29/01/16 Daqri develops smart helmet for construction workers

The company Daqri has unveiled a smart hardhat that gives workers additional layers of information about their surroundings.

28/01/16 Russian scientists develop first electronic book for visually impaired people

Russian scientists have developed the world's first electronic book for visually impaired people.

28/01/16 Another channel broadcasted via Azerspace-1 satellite

The only satellite operator in the South Caucasus, Azercosmos OJSC, signed a contract on commercial broadcasting of “2TV” public channel of the “Georgian Public Broadcasting” (GPB) company, which carries out broadcasting of the public TV and radio channels of the Republic of Georgia.

27/01/16 Azerbaijani folktales adapted to “iOS” and “Android” mobile platforms

The National Association of Computer Games continues the implementation of the project “Cultural heritage and modern information and communication technologies: interactive tales” with the support of the Azerbaijan Youth Foundation.

26/01/16 Telstra, Ericsson and Ciena show secure in-flight encryption

Ericsson and Telstra successfully demonstrated Ciena's new WaveLogic Encryption solution at 200 Gbps speed on the Inter-capital Melbourne-Canberra-Sydney route.

25/01/16 Non-contact cardiograph developed in Japan

Panasonic jointly with Kyoto University have created a device that allows physicians to assess the condition of the patient's heart using the non-contact method.

25/01/16 Experts: “The market of anthropomorphic robots will grow 14-fold to $ 200 million in the next five years”

The humanoid robots market will grow 14-fold in the next five years, and its volume will reach at least 24 billion yen .

25/01/16 Gadgets will be able to read owners’ minds

In the near future, gadgets will be able to read the minds of their owners. Experts say that by 2030, smartphones, tablets and computers will be able to analyze human brain’s activity to find out what people think.

25/01/16 Japan starts construction of floating solar power plant

Japanese electronics manufacturer Kyocera Corporation announced the start of construction of the world’s largest floating solar power plant.

25/01/16 $158 billion lost worldwide to cybercrime in 2015

More than half of U.S. consumers think that storing their credit and banking information in the cloud is more risky than driving without a seat belt, according to a new report from Symantec.

25/01/16 Our brain can store 1 petabyte of data

Forget what you thought you knew about human memory, because a new study suggests that our brain’s capacity is 10 times larger than previously believed.

23/01/16 The number of people who insert gadgets in their skins increases

“The number of brave enthusiasts who insert gadgets in their skins is increasing rapidly. They insert chips and electronic passports in their bodies. And according to researchers, it is expected that implanted phones will be widely used by people before 2023

23/01/16 What will happen to technologies in 201What will happen to technologies in 20

The international firm of accountants Deloitte has prepared a forecast for the development of industries of high technology, telecommunications, entertainment and media in 2016.

23/01/16 China to create supercomputer performing 1 quadrillion operations per second

This year, China plans to begin development of a new supercomputer with a capacity of 1,000 petaflops (1 quadrillion operations per second).

22/01/16 Another 1.5 billion people to get internet access by 2020

A new global dialogue focused on getting the next 1.5 billion unconnected people online was forged at a special session of the UN Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development held at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

21/01/16 Volume of information and communication services grows by 6.8% in Azerbaijan

The volume of information and communication services rendered to physical persons and legal entities in Azerbaijan by information and communications enterprises amounted to AZN 1642.8 million last year.

21/01/16 President Ilham Aliyev meets Microsoft’s Vice President

President Ilham Aliyev has met with Vice President of Microsoft Company Mrs. Susan Hauser in Davos. The meeting highlighted the successful development of the ICT system in Azerbaijan.

13/01/16 Computer production increases by 2.1 times in Azerbaijan

The volume of production of computer, electronic and optical products has traditionally increased in Azerbaijan.

13/01/16 Population buys more non-food products online

According to information provided by the State Statistical Committee (SSC) of the Republic of Azerbaijan, in 2015, the volume of electronic retail trade turnover amounted to 12.8 million manat in the country, which is 1.9 times more than in the previous year.

06/01/16 Global mobile Internet userbase to reach 2 billion in 2016

More than two billion people globally will use mobile devices to connect to the Internet in 2016, with countries like India, China and Indonesia leading the way, research firm IDC said.

28/12/15 Uninterrupted communication services to be provided during holidays

Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT) has given relevant instructions to associations, communication agencies and country’s telecoms operators to provide the population with high quality telecommunication services during the World Azerbaijanis Solidarity Day (31 December) and New Year.

25/12/15 MCHT holds meeting with representatives of company Huawei

A meeting was held at the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT) with representatives of well-known Chinese ICT company Huawei. 

18/12/15 Global average Internet speed grew 14% to 5.1 Mbps, only 5.2% of users have broadband

Global average connection speeds rose 14 percent year over year to 5.1 Mbps in Q3 2015. Unfortunately, just over 5 percent of users now have broadband speeds of at least 25.0 Mbps. The latest figures come from Akamai, which today published its quarterly State of the Internet Report for Q3 2015.

17/12/15 Selection round of ‘Microsoft Imagine Cup’ kicks off in Azerbaijan

The selection round of the world's premier student technology competition “Microsoft Imagine Cup” has started in Azerbaijan.

17/12/15 Solar panels produced in Azerbaijan to be used in Germany

According to information provided by the State Agency for Alternative and Renewable Energy Sources, solar panels produced by Azerbaijani plant Azguntex will be used in Germany.

17/12/15 Court blocks WhatsApp Brazil message service for 48 hours

Access in Brazil to the WhatsApp phone-messaging application was cut off early on Thursday after a Brazilian judge told local phone companies to block the popular service for 48 hours for failure to comply with a July court order in a criminal case.

17/12/15 Putin signed a decree establishing the national center for robotics

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree establishing the National Center for technology development and the basic elements of robotics.

16/12/15 Volume of information and communication services increases by 6.8 percent in Azerbaijan

During the period from January to November 2015, IT organizations and companies provided legal and physical persons with 1495.2 million manat communication services in Azerbaijan, of which 72.7 present fell on the population sector.

16/12/15 The number of billionaires in the world in 20 years has grown in 5 times

The number of billionaires in the world in twenty years has increased by 4.76 times, to 1,347 people. About it reports Rambler News Service with reference to the joint report by UBS and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC).

14/12/15 Five major technology trends of 2015

This year was a turning point in many areas of technology. Here are five major trends in 2015 by expert laboratories of innovation CommBank Innovation Lab. 

07/12/15 Kazakhstan government to spy on internet users

As of January 1, Kazakhstan will require the presence of a "national security certificate" on every internet-capable device in the country, the Financial Express reported. 

07/12/15 US and China take first steps to crack down on cyber crime together

The first China-US ministerial dialogue on fighting cyber crime held in Washington last week yielded positive outcomes, Global Times reported.

04/12/15 The Best Inventions of 2015 released

The prestigious "Time" magazine published annual round-up of the best inventions making the world better, smarter and—in some cases—a little more fun.

04/12/15 'What is the most reliable laptop company?

A recent survey of Consumer Reports' 58,000 subscribers reveals that Apple's MacBooks are far less likely to fall apart than their Windows-based competitors are, LapTop magazine reported. 

02/12/15 President Ilham Aliyev visited Bakutel 2015 exhibition

President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has visited Bakutel 2015, the 21st Azerbaijan International Exhibition on Telecommunications and Information Technologies, at Baku Expo Center.

02/12/14 Bakutel celebrates its 20th anniversary

Exhibition of telecommunications and information technology Bakutel is one of the leading specialised exhibitions in the country.

27/06/14 “The Great Britain -Azerbaijan High Technologies” forum held in London

On 23-25 June 2014 the Azerbaijani delegation led by Minister of Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ali Abbasov was visiting London  at the invitation of Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries of the UK and the Secretary General of the "Global Internet Governance Forum".

13/01/14 ITU announces vacancy

ITU announces vacancy for position of Training and Development Officer

02/12/13 19th Azerbaijan International Exhibition Telecommunication and Information Technologies

Bakutel 2013, the largest telecommunication and information technology exhibition in the Caucasus and Caspian region will take place at the Baku Expo Centre from the 2nd to th 5th of December.

02/12/13 First Azerbaijan-Italy ‘B2B’ forum to be held within ‘Bakutel-2013’ exhibition & conference

The first Azerbaijan – Italy “B2B” forum is expected to be held within the framework of the 19th international exhibition and conference “Bakutel – 2013”. The activity will start on the 4th of December 2013 in the conference room of the 3rd hall of the Ekspo Centre at 11 o’clock in the morning.

02/12/13 Memorandum of Understanding on ‘TASIM’ project to be signed within ‘Bakutel-2013’ exhibition & conference

A Memorandum of Understanding on “Trans Eurasian Information Super Highway” project (TASIM) is expected to be signed within the “Bakutel-2013” Telecommunication and Information Technologies exhibition & conference that will be held in the capital of Azerbaijan Baku on 2-5 December 2013.

02/12/13 Azerbaijan – U.S. ICT Business Forum to be held in Baku

The Azerbaijan – U.S. ICT Business Forum will take place on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at the Baku Business Center.

02/12/13 Baku to host international conference “Global Cyber Security Cooperation: Challenges and Visions”

Top speakers from around the world will debate ways and means to foster greater international cooperation on securing cyber space

02/12/13 Addressed to the Participants of Bakutel 2013, The 19th Azerbaijan International Telecommunications and Information Technologies Exhibition and Conference

I would like to congratulate you on the opening of BakuTel 2013, the 19th International Exhibition and Conference.

02/04/13 Action Plan in connection with the declaration 2013 “Year of ICT” in the Republic of Azerbaijan

Action Plan in connection with the declaration 2013 “Year of ICT” in the Republic of Azerbaijan

24/01/13 France Considering an 'Internet Tax' on Personal Data

France is considering a so-called "Internet tax" on data collection activities by Facebook, Googleand other technology companies.

16/01/13 65,000 students have been provided with discount cards

Within the framework of “Azerbaijan youth in 2011-2015” State Program 65,000 students have been provided with student discount cards.

16/01/13 The French ambassador is glad that Azerbaijan’s first satellite will be put into orbit by the carrier rocket manufactured by a French company

The Minister of Communications and Information Technologies Ali Abbasov has met with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Azerbaijan Paskal Monye.

04/12/12 "E-government” portal updated

The “E-government” portal has been updated again. Thus, the range of electronic services rendered by the portal was extended after the State Statistical Committee had placed its 2nd electronic service at the disposal of the public.

21/09/12 Bitcoin thieves yet to spend stolen hoard

Cyberthieves who stole more than $250,000 (£158,000) in digital money are still sitting on the cash. The haul, in what is known as bitcoins, was stolen in a raid on the Bitfloor online currency exchange this month. Bitfloor boss Roman Shtylman said transaction-tracking

21/09/12 BBC replacing Flash with its own media player

The BBC is launching a new media player for those who watch its catch-up service iPlayer on Android phones and tablets. It has previously used Adobe Flash to stream content to Android devices. But Adobe has decided to remove its Flash player plug-in for Android. The BBC would release the Media Player for iPlayer

21/09/12 Replicator maker talks up 3D printing tech

The gospel about 3D printing is being taken to the streets of New York. MakerBot Industries, best known for its small 3D printers, has opened a shop in Manhattan through which it will aim to sell the joys of home fabrication to the general public, the BBC reported.

13/09/12 Apple shares ended the day up 1.4 percent at $669.79.

The latest iPhone comes as Apple faces competition beyond current key competitors Samsung and Google. Late entrant Microsoft Corp is now trying to push its Windows Phone 8 operating system as an alternative to Apple and Android, the most-used smartphone operating system in the world.

31/08/12 ZTE launches Intel-based smartphone

Chinese group ZTE, the world's fourth-largest mobile phone maker, unveiled its first smartphone model using Intel processors, marking an important break into a top-tier handset maker by the U.S.-based group. ZTE said on Thursday its Grand X IN model, which will go on sale in Europe next month, will mark the start of a wider portfolio of Intel-based products.

28/08/12 Fuji Electric releasing first coin-operated EV fast charger, gives electric cars extra life

Fuji Electric Retail Systems Co. is no stranger to flipping coins for profit, thanks to a robust lineup of vending machines such as the A011. The Japanese company, however, has also branched out from dispensing hot and cold drinks for change by supplementing its offerings with a

17/08/12 Turkey may create special economic zone in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan and Turkey have discussed the possibility of implementing several joint projects within the bilateral cooperation. The statement came from Turkish Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan at a press conference in Baku.

16/08/12 POS terminals decrease in Baku after Eurovision

In June, a decrease was observed in the number of POS terminals which hit the record number on the eve of the Eurovision held in Baku. As of July 1, the number of POS terminals in the country decreased by 884 items compared to the preceding month and made up 36,410, according to the Central Bank.

16/08/12 Sumgait Technology Park held tender

JSC "Sumgait Technology Park" of the Economic Development Ministry of Azerbaijan held a tender to purchase services to assess volume of work that include demolition of unusable buildings and constructions on the territory owned by it in an area of 167.66 hectares in the city of Sumgait and its cleaning, the company informed.

14/08/12 Ministry of Agriculture of Azerbaijan joins E-Government portal

Ministry of Agriculture of Azerbaijan Republic has joined the "Electronic Government" State Information System (EGSIS).

14/08/12 Azericard processing center develops mobile banking application for iPhone

Azericard processing center develops mobile banking application for iPhone The Azericard processing center is developing a mobile banking application for devices running under iOS operating system (Apple iPhone smart phones), Azericard reported.

14/08/12 Ministry of Finance of Azerbaijan to purchase computer equipment

Azerbaijani Finance Ministry announces a tender to purchase network, computer equipment and software for the Ministry and the State Treasury Agency under it, the ministry said on Monday.

13/08/12 Azerbaijan starts production of LED light sources

The Research Centre for High Technology of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technologies of Azerbaijan launched the producing of LED light sources (Light-emitting diode), the center reported. Initial batch of LEDs is made and should go on sale in the near future.

13/08/12 Bakcell launches beneficial roaming campaign

Bakcell, the first mobile operator and leading mobile internet provider of Azerbaijan, continues to offer a wide range of products to modern mobile communication users, according to the press release of the company.

13/08/12 Ex-BT CTO hits back at government over

Former CTO of BT, Peter Cochrane, has responded to the government and BT who had hit back at his claims that UK's broadband plans were "visionless", by sarcastically encouraging the government to show off its plans to fast-growing economies like China and Korea.

02/08/12 Power rangers: Fujitsu, Docomo and NEC form smartphone chip venture

Three major Japanese technology companies are investing in a new "fabless" semiconductor startup, intended to capture a share of the burgeoning market for smartphone chips. The venture, called Access Network Technology, has been set up by Fujitsu,

31/07/12 Apple reportedly to unveil iPhone 5, iPad Mini on Sept 12

Both devices will be announced in the middle of September, followed by the release of the new iPhone on September 21, claims blog site iMore. Apple consumers could perhaps see the debut of both the new iPhone and an iPad Mini come September. Citing "sources who have proven accurate in the past,"

31/07/12 US soldiers to wear blast sensors in Afghanistan, collect shock data

Starting next month, around one thousand frontline personnel in Afghanistan will begin testing the Soldier Body Unit, a sensor kit for recording the effects of explosions on the human body. While that's not the most pleasant of subjects, the blast sensors have been rushed out to

31/07/12 Apple's Siri nailed with patent suit over voice-to-text

The plaintiff, a Taiwan university, filed the lawsuit in a Texas court because "its rulings are usually in favor of patent owners."Apple's virtual personal assistant Siri has been smacked with yet another lawsuit. This time around, Taiwan's National Cheng Kung University filed a lawsuit against Apple on Friday,

27/07/12 Olympics puts mobile communications technology to the test

Telecoms firms say their networks will cope with the strain of the hundreds of thousands of spectators, workers and athletes using mobile devices across London's Olympic Park in East London, the Reuters reported. Thirty mobile phone masts have been fitted across the 500 acre

18/07/12 Musical glove could improve mobility after spinal cord injury

The wireless device is helping tetraplegic study participants learn songs on a keyboard while improving sensation in their hands. A wireless musical glove developed at Georgia Tech not only teaches users to play songs on the piano,

17/07/12 Strap yourself into the Stig Chair

This high-end chair draws inspiration from The Stig, a legendary character from the BBC's long-running "Top Gear" car TV show. Looking at the Stig Chair for the first time, you'd almost think this thing originated from Batman's flight simulator. The exotic $11,000 seat by Veraseri Designs sits at 52x23x39 inches,

09/07/12 Cooley's Logbook: 2012 Bentley Continental GT

Bentley may be the only car in its strata that doesn't lean hard on tech.High dollar cars tend to lean on the technology pretty hard -- and tend to do it pretty badly. The cabin tech in an Aston Martin or Maserati typically doesn't equal what's in a Camry. But the big boys

09/07/12 Toyota sends out free Entune upgrade, adds three apps and voice control

Got a Toyota with Entune? Then keep an eye on your mailbox. We're getting word that a free upgrade has started to be sent out to customers. The refresh adds some of the apps we first heard about back in January last year: iHeartRadio, and OpenTable. As well as being able to enjoy more radio,

03/07/12 Azerbaijan starts mass production of LED’s

The high technology research center of the Ministry of Communications and IT is starting the mass production of LEDs, the center reported. Previously, an experimental batch of LEDs has been successfully produced by the center. LED technologies will appear into mass production soon.

25/06/12 G-Technology kicks out USB 3.0 G-Drives for Macs, keeps your Retina MacBook Pro well-fed

If you've just picked up a MacBook Pro with Retina display or a 2012-era MacBook Air, you may be jonesing for a matching external hard drive to take advantage of that much-awaited USB 3.0 support. G-Technology has you covered -- and how. Updated versions of the laptop-oriented G-Drive Mini,

25/06/12 Jeans With Transparent Pocket Will End Smartphone Troubles, Aren’t Creepy

If you’ve ever wanted to text someone or play a game of Angry Birds but thought, “then I’d have to reach in my jeans and pull my phone out and that just isn’t worth it to me,” then I’ve got news for you, friend. Your pocket-related trials and tribulations are almost at an end. For ease of access, Alphyn Industries’

22/06/12 Nintendo to sell 3DS with bigger screens in July

Nintendo Co said on Friday it plans to launch its 3DS LL handheld game console on July 28, with a 4.88-inch display and a 4.18-inch touch panel, both nearly double the size of the current DS model. Nintendo, which is fighting increasing competition from games on mobile devices

05/06/12 Apple faces delay in seeking U.S. ban of Samsung tablets

Apple Inc is facing delays in renewing its request that a U.S. judge ban Samsung Electronics' Galaxy 10.1 tablets, a key battleground in the worldwide patent wars between the technology giants, BBC reports. Apple sued Samsung last year, accusing the South Korean electronics

04/06/12 Fujitsu, Dell 'Ivy Bridge' ultrabooks point to hybrid HDDs

Hybrid storage systems will become common on Ivy Bridge-based ultrabooks.Fujitsu's just-announced Ivy Bridge-based ultrabook offers a 500GB 5400RPM hard drive with a solid-state drive cache. SSD-accelerated HDDs will likely become a base configuration for many ultrabooks to reduce cost.

04/06/12 Apple TV will start slow revolution in 2013, says analyst

Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster says Cupertino's HDTV set won't change the industry, at least not right away. Apple will release a television in 2013 for between $1,500 and $2,000, but it won't instantly revolutionize the industry, says Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. You have to wonder how much time it takes to trim a hedge that big.

04/06/12 Tokyo subway straps beam ads to your smartphone

Strappy is an NFC technology embedded in subway straps that can direct your smartphone to advertiser URLs. Just in case you weren't already bombarded with enough ads. Subways in Tokyo are crowded enough, and they're plastered with ads on the walls and ads hanging from the ceiling. Sometimes,

01/06/12 New Apple guide details iOS security features

Quietly released guide outlines the security architecture, encryption, and data protection features on the mobile operating system. Apple has quietly published a detailed security guide for its iOS operating system, suggesting that the company,

01/06/12 Nokia PureView 808 is running 124 hours late, due in India June 5th

A countdown timer has appeared at an official-looking Indian PureView site, indicating that the 41-megapixel camera (with a twist of smartphone) should arrive in that country on June 5th. The last we heard it was scheduled for initial release in India and Russia sometime in May,

01/06/12 Sharp shows off IGZO LCD and OLEDs including a 13.5-inch QFHD screen

Sharp announced earlier this year that it was starting to crank out LCD panels based on new indium gallium zinc oxide (IGZO) technology and now it's ready to show some off at the Society for Information Display show in Boston. Currently sized for phones and tablets,

01/06/12 Ultimate Ears Personal Reference Monitors offer custom tuning, look great with your smoking jacket

Logitech's got just the thing for that $2,000 burning a hole in your pocket. The new Ultimate Ears Personal Reference Monitors are "engineered to your exact needs for fit, look and sound." The wood-paneled in-ear monitors utilize UE's Personal Reference Tuning Box to adjust the output mix of lows, highs and mids.

01/06/12 Georgia Tech develops poultry deboning robot / chicken nightmare machine

If you have any chickens in the house, you're going to want to keep them away from the computer. Georgia Tech researchers have developed the device that will haunt their feathered dreams. The prototype Intelligent Cutting and Deboning System has a built-in 3D vision system in order to help it cut and debone a chicken.

25/05/12 Azerbaijani singer to combine national traditions with modern technologies during her performance at ‘Eurovision-2012’ song contest

Sabina Babayeva, a singer representing the Republic of Azerbaijan at the ‘Eurovision-2012’ song contest, will combine national traditions

21/05/12 iPhone Engineer and Gmail Designer Team Up on Electric Imp to Connect Devices

A new start-up called Electric Imp promises to turn almost any product into a connected device with the addition of a tiny card in a slot. Former iPhone engineering manager Hugo Fiennes, former Gmail designer Kevin Fox and long-time firmware engineer Peter Hartley co-founded the start-up,

07/05/12 Siemens Enterprise Communications accelerates collaboration as a service

Cloud-based solutions have become essential tools in vendors’ portfolios and a key pillar of new product offerings. Now, telecommunications are staking out a place in the cloud, Gartner Research Analyst Elia San Miguel told RCR Wireless News.

24/04/12 Poorly designed mobile sites 'drain smartphone battery'

Poorly coded websites are causing smartphone batteries to drain more than necessary, research has suggested. A team at Stanford University compared the energy consumption of leading websites including Wikipedia and the Internet Movie Database. Tests were run using an Android smartphone,

16/04/12 India top court mulls reviewing parts of telco licence cancellation order

The Supreme Court of India said Friday it will consider reviewing some points raised in its Feb. 2 order cancelling 122 telecommunication licenses given in 2008, but maintained that affected companies would have to surrender their permits four months from the ruling. A panel of Justices G.S. Singhvi and K.S.

05/04/12 Print-your-own-robots developed in US

Printed-on-demand robots might be a reality before the end of the decade if a US-based project achieves its goals. Researchers aim to build a desktop technology that would allow an average person to design and print a machine within 24 hours. The team says that making it easier to create specialised robots could

29/03/12 Transparent Memory Chips are Coming

Want a see-through cellphone you can wrap around your wrist? Such a thing may be possible before long, according to Rice University chemist James Tour, whose lab has developed transparent, flexible memories using silicon oxide as the active component. Tour revealed today in a talk at the national meeting and exposition

20/02/12 Azercell launches 4G in Azerbaijan

By the Eurovision 2012 Song Contest, to be held in May 2012 in Baku, mobile operator Azercell intends to launch the fourth generation network 4G, the company's head Ali Agan said at a press conference. He said this issue will be discussed at a meeting with Minister of Comminications

07/02/12 Peyk plant starts digital TV decoder production

The PEYK plant under the Ministry of Defence Industry of Azerbaijan will start producing digital DVB-T-tuners (to receive digital TV signals), PEYK told. Production capacity of the plant will depend directly

30/01/12 Cambridgeshire council seeks supplier to make significant investment in broadband rollout

Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC) has released details of its plans to procure next-generation broadband across the region, indicating it will need "significant private sector investment" to make the rollout possible. An online prior information notice indicates that CCC is looking for a single supplier,

21/11/11 Amazon seen launching smartphone in 2012

Having already made the move into the tablet space, Amazon could launch a smartphone as soon as next year, one analyst predicted this week. Based on supply chain checks in Asia, Citigroup believes that Taiwan-based Foxconn International is developing a device in conjunction with Amazon, All Things D reported on Thursday,

17/11/11 Nokia to offer Windows 8 tablet by June 2012

Finland's mobile telephone manufacturer Nokia Corp. plans to have a tablet computer using Microsoft's Windows 8 phone software ready by June 2012, French newspaper Les Echos reported Wednesday citing the company's top official in France, Paul Amsellem. Nokia has now started selling its new smartphones that use the Windows operating system in France,

24/10/11 Azerbaijani producer signs contract on delivery of components for decoders

Azerbaijani-based KUR computer equipment production plant has signed a contract with a major supplier of barebone-platforms for the supply of a large batch of components for the production of decoders, general manager of the plant Rizvan Osmanov told. The supplier's name was not disclosed.

17/10/11 5TB External HDDs Arriving in Three Months?

Seagate may introduce a 5TB external hard drive using five 1TB platters in January 2012. Is Seagate shipping 5 TB hard drives three months from now? That's a hint the company dropped in a recent interview at GITEX 2011, a technology event held in Dubai.

22/09/11 UK researchers primed to build next-generation supercomputer

The UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is set to invest up to £16m to create a new supercomputer, based on the principles of so-called exascale computing. The STFC, one of seven UK research councils, is charged with ensuring that the UK can play a leading role in scientific

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