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Your Phone, Your Network, Your Apps: Everything Would Change by 2020

Even as buyers wonder whether to buy a 3G phone or a 4G one, even as developers discuss which platform to develop their apps...

“I got my first eyeborg, which allowed me to sense colours”

Integrating electronics onto the human body is nothing new in this age of wearables. Neil Harbisson has taken this to the next level with...

Part 1 of 2: Flexible Electronics: The Next Ubiquitous Platform

Flexible electronics is lightweight, rugged, bendable, roll-able, portable and potentially foldable. Ever-evolving advances in thin-film materials and devices have fuelled many of the developments...

Selecting the Right Wireless Module

There has been a significantly increased interest in the wireless and radio frequency (RF) modules in research as well as industry, feel industry experts....

“We put in a 15-minute time delay… to take care of last-minute order changes”

By leveraging advances in electronics, software and communication systems, the automation sector has improved a lot in the past decade. It has helped industries...

Electronically Overhauling the Homo Sapien

Neil Harbisson, 32, can receive phone calls directly into his head. He can perceive colours invisible to the human eye. He has an antenna...

Revolutionising Electronics with Flexible Transistors

  The wearable electronics industry will soon be booming, according to many technology analysts. But the rigidity of the circuitry that goes inside the gadget...

Tech Fusion, Powered By EDA Tools

  We are going through a revolutionary era, on the way to technological singularity. We find digital marketing companies expanding their tech portfolio beyond their...

Control Everything with Your Hand

We all have heard about legends in every religion and culture across the world, supernatural humans who have the power to control things by...

Technology News (May 2015)

World’s first self-powered camera Researchers at Columbia University, New York, have built a camera that is capable of producing images using power harvested from surrounding...
 
 

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