New Batteries Charge Quicker, Last Longer

Researchers at MIT are developing a new type of battery that uses electrodes covered in millions of tiny nanotube filaments, creating a battery that can be charged in...
June 9, 2006

3D Display Technology Revealed, Hypnotizes Elderly

The Society for Information Display conference is currently taking place in San Francisco. The conference showcases the latest display technology that is just starting to surface in companies...
June 8, 2006

Inflatable Space Hotel Prototype Delayed

Bigelow Aerospace is attempting to create the premiere destination for space tourism with an inflatable space hotel that will be hopefully be placed in low-Earth orbit. The hotel...
June 7, 2006

China Controls the Sky Above

China has vowed to alter the weather when the 2008 Olympics take place in Beijing, preventing rain and other precipitation that would cause unwanted delays in the games....
June 7, 2006

Robot Worms for Stomach and Intestines

The most terrifying thing a doctor can tell you at your next colonoscopy is about to change from "I found something suspicious" to "I'd like to do further...
June 6, 2006

Laser-Based Mini Projectors

Laser manufacturer Novalux is working towards creating colored lasers that could be used in tiny, laser-based projectors for handheld devices like cell phones, MP3 players, and PDAs. These...
June 6, 2006

Technology Scrambles People on Video Feeds

EMITALL Surveillance in Montreux, Switzerland has developed a surveillance system that automatically scrambles people on the feed to protect them from unwarranted monitoring. The system can be implemented...
June 5, 2006

Korea Telecom's 2007 Robot Lineup

At the Smart Home Network Show 2006, Korea Telecom presented four robot helpers that are slated to take the place of their less electronic human counterparts in the...
June 5, 2006