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New Battery Tech Recharges In 2 Minutes And Lasts 20 Years

I’ve been monitoring and writing about battery technology advancements for years, and was let down so many times. This time, a li-ion battery technology that can be recharged to 70% in 2 minutes has been developed, and it can theoretically last 20 years! This technology is facilitated by the use of a titanium dioxide-based gel…

Mind Control May Come To A Wearable Device Near You

Thync is a Silicon Valley startup company based in Los Gatos, California which developed a highly unusual technology which they demonstrated for Brad Stone, a writer on Bloomberg BusinessWeek. This isn’t outright mind control. However, it is somewhat similar. A prototype device with two electrodes were placed on his head to target his cranial nerves.…

Abu Dhabi Will Host The First Solar Impulse Flight Around The World

The Solar Impulse 2 is a solar-powered airplane that will make the first solar flight around the world. The flight will start and end in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE), according to Masdar. H. E. Dr. Sultan Ahmad Al Jaber, UAE minister of state and chairman of Masdar said: ‘Abu Dhabi, Masdar and Solar…

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Virtual Reality Idea: A Responsive Screen Design

Virtual reality systems have been developing over the years, and they have gotten awfully entertaining. Or should I have said, awfully entertaining for some people? Before I pitch my responsive screen idea, i’ll state the drawbacks of virtual reality which prompted me to consider this. Virtual reality systems are designed to immerse you in the…

Poor Computer Education Has Wreaked Havoc On Society

During my high school days, we had what was called an Information Technology (I.T.) class. It was not a general computer education class. The class involved primarily Microsoft Office, programming, and other information about how computer hardware works. I won’t criticize the school’s coverage of Microsoft Office because it is essential, however, they taught us…