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Scientists discover nano material that could lead to faster, powerful electronics devices!

Scientists discover nano material that could lead to faster, powerful electronics devices!

This new nano material could also lead to smaller, faster and more powerful electronic devices.

Terror outfits' new laptop bombs may evade airport security

The IS and al Qaeda terror groups, developing a bomb small enough to fit in a laptop that could get past airport scanners, may have prompted the US and the UK to ban air travellers from eight Muslim-majority nations from carrying large electronic devices onboard, media reports have said.

US, UK ban cabin laptops, other electronic devices on some flights from Muslim-majority nations

US, UK ban cabin laptops, other electronic devices on some flights from Muslim-majority nations

The US and UK on Tuesday barred passengers on some international flights from carrying large electronic devices like cameras and laptops as cabin baggage.

Want to cool your electronic devices? Pour this 'sand'!

Want to cool your electronic devices? Pour this 'sand'!

Electronic devices often gets heat up if we use it for a long time and always take time to cool down. 

Soon, you could charge your smartphone by walking!

Soon, you could charge your smartphone by walking!

Researchers claimed that they have developed a technology that is capable of powering electronic devices as you walk.

 'Miniature' electronic devices come closer to reality

'Miniature' electronic devices come closer to reality

Adaptable electronics is generating significant interest in the scientific community because of the many applications.

Intel creates new business division for connected gadgets

Intel Corp has set up a business division aimed at making money out of a new technology wave that can link up a host of electronic devices.

Single-step technique spells hope for grapheme-based electronic devices

Scientists have come up with a simple one-step process that produces both n-type and p-type doping of large-area grapheme surfaces could facilitate use of the promising material for future electronic devices.