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Digital Pens Could Help Spot Brain Problems Early

08/16/2015, For a while now, doctors have relied on tests where they get patients to draw objects like clocks to help diagnose if their brains might be have issues, such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, as you can see in the drawings above. However by the time...

Your Smartphone Battery Could Be Used To Track You

08/05/2015, When we think about the ways we can be tracked, you might think of technology such as GPS, cookies, your IP address, geotagging, and more. However we’re pretty sure that not many of you guys have considered the possibility that your smartphone’s...

Tablet Sales Are Apparently Continuing To Slump

07/13/2015, While it’s probably a bit expensive and unnecessary, smartphones can be upgraded on an annual basis. Tablets on the other hand, not so much simply because for the most part, people tend to spend more time on their phones than their tablets, so the wear...

Car Headlights Of The Future Could Do More Than Just Illuminate

04/27/2015, At the moment the headlights of our cars help to illuminate the roads we are driving on at night, and while there are some cars with smarter headlights that will be able to follow the car’s turning around bends, Carnegie Mellon University’s...

Stanford Researchers Develop Fast-Charging Aluminum-Ion Batteries

04/07/2015, Quick question – if you had to choose, would you rather have batteries that have a larger capacity, or would you rather have batteries that charge full in a shorter amount of time? If you answered the latter, you’re in luck because it seems that...

Transwall Touchscreen Display Allows For Two-Sided Interaction

07/13/2014, Touchscreens have typically been a one-sided affair. Most of the interaction is done from one side of the screen, usually with the one facing you. This means sense as the display and the other components are found on the underside, so it wouldn’t make...

IDC: Smartphones To Outship PCs 6 To 1 By 2018

06/17/2014, We use our smartphones everyday to check our emails, respond to messages, compose documents, surf the web, listen to music, and play video games. Those are activities which can also be done on our computer, so does that mean that the smartphone could...

Japanese Company Develops Organic Battery Made From Cotton

05/14/2014, Most of the batteries we use in our electronic devices are either made from rare earth metals, could explode if punctured, or could eventually lose its capacity after being charged and discharged multiple times, but these are problems that Power Japan...

Changing Fonts Could Save The Government A Lot Of Money

03/30/2014, By now most of us have realized that different fonts come in different sizes and thickness. For example Arial Bold is naturally a lot thicker compared to Arial, and what this means is that the amount of ink required to print an entire page written in...

Researchers Develop Minuscule Windmills That Could Charge Our Phones

01/12/2014, These days there are a couple of different ways in which we can charge our smartphones. This can be done through conventional methods, such as plugging it into a power outlet, or it can be done through “greener” methods such as solar charging or using...

Emotiv Lifesciences Christmas Party

12/05/2013, Join us at The Old Mint for a fabulous evening celebrating the Holidays are Insight on Wednesday, December 11th. Check out this celebration of sensory oriented tech experiences, complemented by an OPEN BAR, appetizers and music by DJ Richard. Brought to...

Robot’s Face Determines Level Of User Comfort

08/29/2013, How does a robot know that a human is not feeling comfortable at all? I suppose an entire bunch of sensors as well as the right algorithms will be able to do the job, but there is a recent University of Auckland study that showed how a preference for...