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Have Your Capacitor And Battery Too - A Battery That Charges Fast & Produces More Power

A new development in battery design promises batteries with the power of a capacitor coupled with the energy of a battery.

Online Lost and Found Booth Set Up for the Japanese After the Earthquake

A group of big-hearted programmers have set up and launched Belongings Finder, a site that will help Japanese people post things that they have found and items that they are looking for on the internet.

A 3D, 360 Degree Display In A Store Near You? Chances Look Foggy

Sciency types at Japan's Osaka University have created a prototype 360 degree 3D display that uses projectors and a cylinder of fog to engineer images that appear to reside in the 3rd dimension no matter how you look at them.

Five Things You Can Control With Your Mind

It sounds like something out of the realms of science fiction, doesn't it? Turn on a computer with a thought. Drive a car using brainwaves. Control a prosthetic limb in the same way as you would an ordinary one. As technology advances further and further, we're coming ever closer to unlocking the secrets of the inner workings of the most advanced computer ever made- the human brain. 

This is just the start. 

Cool Off: Methods For Keeping Your Computer Cool

Let's face it. Computers- especially higher-end gaming pcs- generate a lot of heat. If there's not some way of dispersing that heat, well...there will be problems. These problems could range anywhere from hardware degradation to system components melting together to the computer actually lighting on fire, depending how hot the system gets. 

Hardware designers have thought of various ways to prevent this from happening, some more effective than others. 

Radiation Detectors, Part One: Detect Radiation Around Your Home

It would probably be safe to assume that most of the people all over the world have already heard about the devastation in Japan due to the earthquake and tsunami. While the aftershocks are simmering down, another catastrophe is looming, not just in Japan but all over the world: the radiation leak catastrophe.

Under Armour Integrates Heart Rate Monitor Into Sport Shirt

Drop the watch and the awkward chest strap; this heart rate monitor is built right into a performance sports shirt.

Actionsampler Camera Makes Sure You Never, Never, Never, Never Miss A Shot

Four nevers? We hear you even across the Interwebs - "they must be mad or simply unskilled". Not so! With the Lomo Actionsampler, four photos are your reward with just the press of a button.

Record the World in 3D with the JVC GS-TD1 Camcorder

3D movies and images have made their debuts to the world a long time ago. It was only recently that three-dimensional technology made its way to television sets and video game consoles but now another innovation in the form of the JVC GS-TD1 HD 3D Camcorder has come along that will allow you to shoot 3D home videos in high-definition.

Prepare for An Earthquake or Tsunami in the Stop Disasters! Game

The number one course of action that everyone should take when it comes to disaster management is to educate themselves accordingly and know as much as possible about what to do before and when these disasters strike. A good way to do this is through the Stop Disasters! game developed jointly by the United Nations (UN) and by the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR).