Soon An Ultrathin Smart Tablet. Tablets are gettig cheaper,lighter and thinner and soon they may even be flexible. At some point tablets will be cheaper than a single hardcover novel.

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Today’s Commercial Solar Panels. Almost all of commercially installed solar panels around the world are made from crystaline silicon. This material is then “doped” with various combination of rare earth metals. However the majority of the composition of solar cells is silicon.

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The first prototype of a sodium-ion battery has just been revealed by the RS2E, a French network bringing together researchers and industrial actors. This technology, inspired by the lithium-ion batteries already used in portable computers and electric vehicles, could lead to the mass storage of intermittent renewable energy sources.

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Enter the Era of Augmented Reality Games. The first real commercial application for augmented reality is of course, no supprise a video game. Pokemon Go, is a smart phone based game that uses the camera to create a version of augmented reality.

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Your Fitbit or Apple Smart Phone Spying On Your Passwords? Here is a disturbing bit of research news from brought to you vai the National Science Foundation regarding some of my favorite devices. If you are wearing a fitness tracker or smartwatch that also tracks fitness you will want to pay attention to this!

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Flexible Electronic Newpapers ,Cellphones and Tablets. Science has been promising us electronic newpapers that you can roll up and tuck under your arm like the old days, for decades. Now that real newspapers are practically obselete to most of us who use electronic media to stay informed, electronic newspapers may really be coming!

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Transparent electronics research is being conducted by researchers around the world. High-performance electronic circuits made entirely from transparent materials could have countless applications, from head-up displays on car windscreens to transparent TV sets and smart windows in homes and offices.

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Here is a new development aimed at gamers that quite easily may have much further reaching applications. The inventors have come up with a stretchy arm-band that acts as the mouse or user interface. The coolest part is the 3 dimension nature of the device.

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Funding for Wireless Communications Advancements. Our world is very much now a wireless world. I can even get rid of the wires on my heapdphones if I want to. ( and I want to). We have moved from fumbling with wires and cables to the freedom of wireless in less than a decade! What will […]

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Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a flexible wearable sensor that can accurately measure a person’s blood alcohol level from sweat and transmit the data wirelessly to a laptop, smartphone or other mobile device.

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