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Great new mobile phone concept
mobile phone concept pillow philipsMonday August 20, 2007 1:21PM ET
After many years of research, Philips and New Venture Partners created a start-up company named Liquavista. That was a year ago and the mission is to use the Electrowetting technology to make displays that are very bright and energy-efficient.
Panasonic with flying colors
panasonic ptdw 5000u digital projectorMonday August 13, 2007 9:30AM ET
When preparing a presentation no matter how big, because every one is equally important, there are some preparations to be done. Hours of planning, speech writing, going over and over again through product specification, mental training with personal coach... And choosing the right hardware that a) must not fail and b) must have a backup.
Get the tablet and throw away that keyboard
trust wireless graphics tabletSunday August 5, 2007 2:48PM ET
Graphics tablets are with us for some time now, however they are generally overlooked. While there are many articles about new mice or keyboards, the graphic tablets lag behind in media coverage and daily use. And that is undeserved.
It took four years to paint a mouse
solar mouseFriday August 3, 2007 4:17PM ET
When the minister comes to presentation of computer mouse, you'd think that it must be "uber-mouse". In Netherlands the Delft University of Technology unveiled world's first photovoltaic-powered computer mouse.
15 years of ThinkPad: From tablet to laptop to Lenovo
ibm think pad 15 years lenovoThursday July 26, 2007 2:46PM ET
The legend among the laptops came to world 15 years ago. The name itself became a synonym for a robust, sturdy, reliable business laptop. The cult laptop hit the shelves in July 1992 although IBM introduced three months ago that same year. The most interesting fact about ThinkPad is its form: It came to life as a tablet.
Roboquad: Seven batteries, four legs and three moods
wowwee roboquad robot toyTuesday July 10, 2007 2:51PM ET
There are many things that we call robots these days. Some of them assemble cars in factory, while other are merely children’s toys. Yet, the "true robot" that can live up to Karel Capek's expectation is still to come.
You've just entered The Twilight Zone
flying police drone hi techSunday July 1, 2007 3:42PM ET
The concept of flying drones is known from SF films, and from research laboratories ranging from military's to MIT's. Well, the small, ball-like device, which flies around, takes pictures and send 'em to the ground is reality for British police.
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