Forget to plug in your smartphone or tablet? You’re dead in the water then. Or are you? If you have a Genneo charger you might not be so out of luck. The Genneo charger uses movement to power your device, charging it even when you aren’t near an outlet.…Read More »
In this economy, some people will do anything to keep their job, but would you tolerate getting tasered more than 20 times for a 9 months period? Well, this guy did (presumably in fear of losing his job.
Bradley Jones is his name, he’s 45 and seems like a nice guy.…Read More »
A mobile phone with the ability to recharge itself — wouldn’t that be something spectacular to have in one’s pocket. And this might not be just a dream for too long since Nokia is actually working on such a phone, and if the company is successful, the days of walking with your mobile phone charger could be at an end.…Read More »
Russia is expected to press a floating nuclear power plant into service in the year 2016. The floating vessel is expected to provide electricity to remote locations in Russia where building a nuclear reactor is simply not feasible due to costs and safety hazards, according to Gizmodo and RT reports.…Read More »
The problem with many solar powered vehicles is that there are simply to small and are not practical for carrying anything more than the driver — forget about passengers. A solar powered vehicle known as Stella, designed by Solar Team Eindhoven, is capable of carrying four persons a fair distance on a single charge.…Read More »
Google I/O, day two: 310 million Chrome users, Chrome and Drive for iOS, better offline Google Docs, and more
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Today was the second day of Google’s annual developer’s conference Google I/O, and Google showed no signs of slowing down. While yesterday’s announcements were quite Android-centric, today’s show Google’s vision of the future of Cloud and web services.…Read More »