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Sunday, May 19, 2013
4G to be passe, Samsung`s 5G is here
Samsung Electronics has claimed that it has found a revolutionary way to transmit data swiftly throu...
New magnetic graphene could transform electronics
Researchers have managed to give graphene magnetic properties - a breakthrough that opens the door t...
Futuristic `flexible` batteries could transform electronics and transportation
TV screen that hangs on the wall like a poster or smartphone that can fold up and fit into a pocket ...
Redesigned germanium could lead to faster electron
In nature, germanium tends to form multilayered crystals in which each atomic layer is bonded togeth...
`Paintable` plastic electronics could pave way for cheaper gadgets
University of Michigan (U-M) scientists have developed a new technique to create "paint-on" plastic ...
2-D devices may be possible soon
Rice University scientists have come closer to creating two-dimensional electronics with a process t...
Indian-origin scientist creates breakthrough material for soft electronics
Scientists including one of Indian origin, have created liquid metal marbles coated in nanoparticles...
Now, headphones that you can wear like headband to bed
Researchers have created a headband with built in earphones could help us sleep more soundly and eas...
Stretchable electronics come closer to reality
Stretchable electronics are the future of mobile electronics, researchers say.
New material may allow 3D printing of personal electronics
The University of Warwick researchers have created a simple and inexpensive conductive plastic compo...
Apple’s scroll technology patents ruled invalid
US Patent and Trademark Office has ruled that 20 patents relating to scroll technology ‘are invalid’...
Technology trends to watch out for in 2013
The Consumer Electronics Association, comprising over 2,000 tech companies, releases a list of trend...
Electron `invisibility cloak` could lead to new gen electronics
A new approach that allows objects to become “invisible” has now been applied to an entirely differe...
Govt planned to bar Twitter after exodus of NE people
In the wake of panic among people from NE in various parts of the country last month, the govt was p...
Need better collection mechanism for e-waste: Industry
Electronics industry today said collection mechanism will need to be strengthened to make the new e-...
New graphene-based material shows promise to `revolutionize electronics industry`
Researchers have come up with the most transparent, lightweight and flexible material ever for condu...
Samsung to build memory chip plant in China
Samsung Electronics will build a memory chip plant in China`s northwestern city of Xi`an with an inv...
Graphite the next big thing towards advanced electronics?
Scientists are making discoveries with the use of graphite that could become the next big thing in t...
Russian inventors sue Sony
Two Russian inventors have filed a patent violation lawsuit with a Moscow court against Sony Electro...
Apple tactics in China iPad deal unusual: Experts
According to legal experts, Proview Electronics has a plausible claim over the unusual methods Apple...
Smart clothing to turn ordinary fabric into gadget
Today`s regular clothing has the unexplored power to become tomorrow`s wearable electronics.
Samsung condemns `anti-Iran` ad featuring its tablet
Samsung Electronics today condemned an Israeli commercial featuring a Samsung tablet, expressing dis...
EU opens antitrust probe against Samsung
European regulators opened today an antitrust probe against Samsung Electronics to determine whether...
Samsung to stop selling window ACs this year
Samsung India Electronics has decided to stop selling window air-conditioners (ACs) from this year a...
Now, printing electronics that use silver ink
Unlike conventional inks used for printing electronics, which are made up of metallic particles, res...
TVs you can talk to, without sounding crazy
LG Electronics on Monday said it will sell a remote with its high-end flat-panel TVs that contains a...
LG Electronics joins Google to roll out Google TV
LG Electronics Inc said on Friday it would unveil its first Google TV next week.
Taiwan`s Ma sets course for "10 golden years"
Taiwan`s President Ma Ying-jeou was hailed last month by Terry Gou as an experienced, outstanding he...
Vietnam store makes Christmas tree from cellphones
The glittering, cone-shaped creation has been on display for about two weeks outside the store in so...
Microsoft says 2012 CES tech show will be its last
Microsoft Corp. is pulling out of the International Consumer Electronics Show, the largest trade sho...
LG Elec unveils 4G phone
LG Electronics Inc, the world`s No.3 handset maker, on Monday launched a new smartphone that runs on...
India to give electronics sub-systems for Oz plan
India is providing critical digital electronics sub-systems for a USD 29 million next-generation rad...
Microsoft lines up its big swing at tablets
Next week a high-ranking Microsoft Corp executive will stand on stage and show off a new version of ...
Samsung unveils three wave smartphones
Samsung Electronics unveiled three smartphone models that run on its own operating system.
Tests on graphene open up countless opportunities
Groundbreaking experiments on graphene could potentially pave the way for a new generation of ultra ...
Now charge cell phones in seconds
The nanostructure would also charge high power lasers and defibrillators, required in surgeries.
Curvilinear camera adds a zoom to the ‘human eye’
Curvilinear camera that mimics the human eye, but has the added feature of zooming.
Ultrathin silicon substitute to revolutionize future electronics
Scientists have successfully come up with an alternative to silicon that has superior electron mobil...
New hi-tech system to track India’s seas
The sophisticated system can track movements along the country`s coastline from Delhi.
Plastic electronics can slash cost of solar panels
A new technique developed by engineers for producing power-conducting plastics could slash the cost ...
New graphene nanomesh could change the future of electronics
A team of scientists has created a new graphene nanostructure called graphene nanomesh, which provid...
New molecule could pave way for flexible organic electronics
A team of chemists from the UNH, US, has made the first-ever stable derivative of nonacene, creating...
Nano breakthrough could spell superior electronics
Scientists have created a multitude of nano-scale materials, but they are practically useless, unles...
Tablets and netbooks to be electronics show stars
Sleeker, smarter mobile phones, tablets, and netbooks will be stars at next week`s premier Consumer ...
Paper-based batteries to power electronics
Reports indicate that scientists are working towards developing paper-based batteries made from alga...
Super skinny superconductors promise faster electronic components
A new study has indicated that making superconductors super skinny suggests a new possible route to ...
Sony posts 37.1 bn yen quarterly loss
Grappling with falling sales and surging yen, Japanese electronics major Sony Corporation has report...
Samsung sounds caution despite big profit
Samsung Electronics, the world`s biggest maker of memory chips and LCD screens, joined other top tec...
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