electronics

4 Coolest Smart Gadgets for Your Home in 2015

Smart gadgets are becoming more useful and affordable. Consider adding these four smart gadgets to your home in 2015. Once you have them, you won’t know how you lived without them. Smart Vents Save Money and Improve Comfort If you ...

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FRIDA Robot will Make your Gadget

FRIDA Robot will Make your Gadget

Meet FRIDA – a two handed concept robot for industrial assembly applications. This striking creation might be able to bridge the gap between fully manual assembly and fully automated manufacturing lines.     Frida Robot (credit: ABB) The Frida project ...

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New Alternative to Traditional Semiconductors

Researchers from Ohio State University have introduced innovative technology that allows manufacturing plastic computer memory devices. Their invention utilizes the spin of electrons – a known physical phenomenon – to perform reading and writing operations, and it could help produce ...

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Single-Atom Transistor Discovered

Single-Atom Transistor Discovered

An international team of researchers has recently announced the completion of the smallest transistor ever made, built out of a single phosphorus atom in silicon. Their new discovery is crucial for the development of future, compact computers, since the transistor ...

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Overcoming Barriers for Organic Electronics

Overcoming Barriers for Organic Electronics

Researchers from Stanford University have recently shown that it is possible to create electronics basing on organic materials. This novel demonstration might help engineers to design better digital displays, ‘electronic newspapers’ and other futuristic devices that rely on such improvements ...

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Flexible Memristor Chips

Flexible Memristor Chips

Engineers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed electronic memory chips that can be bent and twisted without fracture. These flexible chips are fabricated with readily available and relatively inexpensive materials. According to the scientists, not ...

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Self Charging Electronics

Self Charging Electronics

Researchers at Texas A&M University have made significant inroads in the area of power harvesting; a field focused on building self powered devices that don’t need replaceable power supplies such as batteries. Their findings show that approximately 21 nanometer thick ...

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Single Atom Quantum Dots

Single Atom Quantum Dots

Researchers from the National Institute for Nanotechnology and the University of Alberta have created single atom quantum dots that are able to control individual electrons. The quantum dot was developed using a single atom of silicon, measuring less than one ...

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nVIDIA 3D Gaming Glasses

nVIDIA 3D Gaming Glasses

At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2009 held at Las Vegas in January, nVIDIA Corporation unveiled the first high-definition three dimensional (3D) stereo solution for the home called nVIDIA 3D Vision for GeForce. The system consists of high-tech wireless glasses, ...

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New Green Plug Universal Adapters

New Green Plug Universal Adapters

The California based Company Green Plug has developed a single universal adapter that enables users to power their laptops, cell phones, and other electronic gear with only one power adapter. This technology could help the environment by eliminating the need ...

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