Researchers Made Robots That Can See Through Walls

Researchers Made Robots That Can See Through Walls

Now a days, robots are getting new tech. Lately, researchers at the University of California, have made such robots that can see through walls using Wi-Fi signals.

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Physicist Invented Such Ice Cream That Changes Its Color When Licked

Physicist Invented Such Ice Cream That Changes Its Color When Licked

Lately, 37-year-old Spanish physicist, electronic engineer as well as ice cream master Manuel Linares has invented a new type of ice cream called Xamaleon that changes its color when licked or melted. The ice cream is made from natural ingredients and has become incredibly popular and is being sold quite well at the ice cream parlor.

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TouchPico: A Handheld Tiny Projector That Turns Any Wall Into A Touchscreen

TouchPico: A Handheld Tiny Projector That Turns Any Wall Into A Touchscreen

TouchJet has created a hand-held tiny projector called TouchPico that can turn any wall into a touchscreen. It comes with an infrared stylus. The projector’s camera captures the movement of the infrared stylus and turn into actions on the projected screens.

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Finally Researchers Discovered Why Rechargeable Batteries Lose Charge

Finally Researchers Discovered Why Rechargeable Batteries Lose Charge

If you switch on a laptop or a phone that was switched off at a stretch for a long time after a full recharge, you will find that it doesn’t contain full charge. So where did the charge go? For long time researchers have been trying to find out an appropriate and acceptable answer of this question and now the researchers at the US Department of Energy claim that they have found why rechargeable batteries lose charge.

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[Deal] One Step To Win 11-Inch MacBook Air!

[Deal] One Step To Win 11-Inch MacBook Air!

The Tech Journal Deals is offering a chance to win an 11-inch MacBook Air through one step registration. If you are lucky enough, you get a chance to win an 11-inch MacBook Air for free.

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Battery Made Out Of Sand Could Be The Future

Battery Made Out Of Sand Could Be The Future

Batteries play a very important role in electronic devices. Researchers are trying to make an affordable and environmentally friendly battery out of sand. It is being touted that such sand-based lithium ion batteries will outperform standard by up to 300%.

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400 TeraWatt-hours Of Energy Wasted Annually By Networked Devices!

400 TeraWatt-hours Of Energy Wasted Annually By Networked Devices!

We often use network devices to connect multiple electronic devices at a time for different purposes. But lately, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has revealed that the networked devices waste 400 terawatt-hours of energy annually.

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World’s First Solar-powered Robot ‘Ladybird’ Unveiled In Australia

World’s First Solar-powered Robot ‘Ladybird’ Unveiled In Australia

Now a days, robots are being deployed to almost every sectors. Lately a professor has unveiled the world’s first solar-powered robot in Australia. The robot is called Ladybird and it’s been designed for farms to collect data on pests and plant disease, pick weeds, and someday even harvest crops.

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NASA Building Robots That Will Create 3D Infrastructure Of Mars

NASA Building Robots That Will Create 3D Infrastructure Of Mars

Until now, NASA has sent very few robots to Mars, but none of these can create 3D infrastructure of the red planet. Therefore, NASA is now building robots that will be able to create 3D infrastructure of Mars.

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[Breaking] Tesla Opens Up Its Electric Car Technology Patents To Everyone

[Breaking] Tesla Opens Up Its Electric Car Technology Patents To Everyone

Over the years, Tesla Motors has repeatedly demonstrated that it’s like no other auto company in terms of innovation an design. Now, the company is making yet another unprecedented move by opening up its patents to everyone.

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Paralyzed Man Uses Mind-Controlled Robot To Kick Off World Cup 2014

Paralyzed Man Uses Mind-Controlled Robot To Kick Off World Cup 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 has finally kicked off. A paralyzed man used a mind-controlled robotic suit to kick the football and announce the beginning of the event.

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Add Complete FIFA World Cup Schedule On Your Google Calendar

Add Complete FIFA World Cup Schedule On Your Google Calendar

FIFA World Cup 2014 is just around the corner, quite possibly one of the most talked about sports events of this year. To keep tabs on the schedule of the World Cup, here is an easy way of adding the entire schedule of the event to your Google Calendar.

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Student Made A Scooter That Can Be Folded Up To The Size Of An A4 Piece Of Paper

Student Made A Scooter That Can Be Folded Up To The Size Of An A4 Piece Of Paper

Now a days, big thing are coming in small packages, thanks to science and technology. And this might be the best example of the saying – London-based university student George Mabey has created such a scooter which can be folded up to the size of an A4 piece of paper!

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South Africa Plans To Make Schools Textbook-Free

South Africa Plans To Make Schools Textbook-Free

With the rapid integration of technology into our daily lives, it is only natural to see education evolving along the same lines. South Africa is now aiming to be at the forefront of this change, planning to make schools textbook-free in an entire province.

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Lockscreen Passcode Exploit Discovered In iOS 7.1.1 & Tips To Stay Safe!

Lockscreen Passcode Exploit Discovered In iOS 7.1.1 & Tips To Stay Safe!

Apple’s iOS platform is typically touted for its heightened security when compared to other platforms such as Android. However, iOS has its share of vulnerabilities. The latest among these is a lockscreen passcode vulnerability which is present in iOS 7.1.1 devices.

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