Category Archives: Technology

What Your Eyes Say About Who You Are?

Using eye-tracking technology, scientists are discovering clues to how we think and learn By Annie Murphy Paul  As you read these words, try paying attention to something you usually never notice: the movements of your eyes. While you scan these lines … Continue reading

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DARTZ plans to build an electric bulletproof roadster

Estonian armored vehicle maker Dartz has partnered with the Gray Design studio for the second time to give its recently-launched fuel-driven Mojo two-seater roadster an electric make-over. The lightly armored open-top electric low-rider will use the same Russian monocoque armoring … Continue reading

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First flight test of Advanced Hypersonic Weapon (AHW) concept

Following the two test flights of the unmanned Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle (HTV-2) earlier this year, both of which ended prematurely with the vehicle making a “controlled descent” into the Pacific Ocean, the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic … Continue reading

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Prototype contact lens brings Terminator-esque vision a little closer

  Fans of the original film in the Terminator franchise will recall how various bits of data were shown to be overlaid on the cyborg’s vision – in particular, they might remember the list of possible responses that could be used when … Continue reading

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Samsung to unveil next-gen flexible and transparent AMOLED displays at CES 2011

There’s bound to be all manner of display technologies vying for eyeballs at CES 2011 when it kicks off in Las Vegas next week and two prototype AMOLED displays from Samsung Mobile Display (SMD) will definitely be high on our … Continue reading

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Top Ten Wireless Predictions for 2011

By Mike Hanlon Research company Juniper has drawn up a list of predictions for the mobile and wireless industry for 2011 and they portray humanity hurtling headlong towards a mobile-centric lifestyle. Juniper sees 2011 as a year where we’ll see … Continue reading

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Nokia researchers build huge touchscreen display made of ice

Researchers from the Nokia Research Center in Tampere, Finland, have turned a wall of ice into a huge interactive touchscreen display. Using infrared emitters and detectors to determine hand location and movement, the team projected images onto the blocks of … Continue reading

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