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Concepts

Wireless High Definition Video Takes Off

Amimon, a California-based startup company, introduced a technology that enables wireless transmission of high definition video streams. Their wireless high-definition interface (WDMI) could eliminate the need for wires while preserving the quality of the video stream. Amimon’s wireless modules, which ...

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USB 3.0 to Come in 2008

USB 3.0 to Come in 2008

During the recent Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San-Francisco, Intel announced that together with its partners it is forming a “promoter group” to push for the creation of a new generation of the most popular connection standard ever created – ...

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Follow Up – Mempile Answers your Questions

Due to the overwhelming worldwide reaction to TFOT’s “Mempile – Terabyte on a CD” article and the numerous questions posted both here and on many other websites the company decided to grant us an additional Q&A published here for the ...

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Gigabit-Wireless Technology Around the Corner?

Gigabit-Wireless Technology Around the Corner?

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are studying the possible uses of extremely high radio frequencies in order to achieve broad bandwidth and high data transmission rates over short distances. A team of scientists from the Georgia Electronic Design ...

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The Largest Picture in the World

The Largest Picture in the World

The world’s largest photograph, taken by the world’s largest camera, will be presented for the first time next month at an exhibition at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. The Guinness-certified photograph was created in the course ...

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It’s a Kind of Magic – Computerized Telekinesis

It’s a Kind of Magic – Computerized Telekinesis

“NeuroSky” – a California-based company has developed video games, which can be controlled by… your brain. The technology, which sounds as if it came straight off the pages of a science fiction novel, is in fact based on recent developments ...

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Flash Memory Capacity to be Doubled

A new flash memory fabrication process is able to double flash memory capacity. Startup Company Nanosys claims that the use of metal nanocrystals may have a dramatic effect on the storage capacity of flash devices. According to the company, the ...

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Lumus – Future Video-Eyeglasses

A new type of compact see-through digital eyeglasses are being developed that allow the wearer to watch videos, play 3-D games, read e-mail, and even receive GPS-assisted guidelines without taking his or her eyes off the road. The revolutionary technology, ...

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Future Credit Card

Future Credit Card

Swedish designer Jacob Palmborg created a concept for a new type of credit card, one that will not only allow you to make purchases more securely but will also function as a personal shopping / financial advisor. Although credit cards ...

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Levitating Wirelessly Powered Lightbulb

Levitating Wirelessly Powered Lightbulb

No, there are no tricks here. This is an actual light bulb levitating in midair, which can be turned on and off. This electronic sculpture by artist Jeff Lieberman from Cambridge, Massachusetts was created for the Sonar Exhibition in Barcelona, ...

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