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Samsung to develop robotic guards

02/07/2007, The South Korean government will be collaborating with Samsung when it comes to beefing up military bases as well as other strategic sites around the country with robotic guards. Although the idea of equipping robots with weapons that maim and kill can be...

Mini Desk stalls in office

02/06/2007, The Mini is one iconic vehicle that has its fair share of detractors and fans, but even if you’re in the former camp, it would be nigh impossible to deny the coolness of the Mini Desk. This desk is hand-built according to your specifications, and...

Garbage-eating generator produces power

02/06/2007, The brilliant minds at Purdue University are currently concocting a generator that creates usable energy as a by-product of chewing on garbage. Known as the “Tactical Biorefinery”, this unique invention is meant for use on the military front....

New anti-counterfeiting technology

02/04/2007, Counterfeiters beware! Toppan Printing of Japan has successfully developed a spanking new nanotext printing technology that enables one to insert text on a microscopic level into holographic images. This new layer of security will definitely go a long way...

Hybrid mirror-glass developed

02/01/2007, Having some natural warmth during winter is always nice, but whenever summer rolls around, it is best to stay out of the sun lest you pick up more than a tan. Japanese scientists have succeeded in creating a kind of switchable glass that alternates itself...

Super battery looms ahead

01/31/2007, News on the fuel-cell front for consumer electronics have been nothing short of slow, hence it is nice to read about EEStor from Texas develop a hybrid battery-ultracapacitor that ultimately will replace all forms of electrochemical batteries on the...

X-Ray Camera reveals all

01/31/2007, With extremely tight airport security, the time when x-ray cameras come embedded into lamp posts could be nearer than you think…almost. Check out the sample shot on the right – this camera comes with an x-ray scanner that is capable of picking...

Forgiato wheels ooze with class

01/30/2007, Everyone knows that boys, even when they grow up to become men, never really lose the need to play with toys. The sad fact is big boys’ toys cost a whole load more than a Lego set. This is the very same case with Forgiato’s glass wheels,...

Clothes that transform

01/30/2007, Now here’s an idea – fashion designer Hussein Chalayan has teamed up with an engineering company to develop dresses of the future which are capable of morphing by themselves. The idea is fun, and it reminds me of Spiderman’s alien...

Recycled satellite radio in the works

01/28/2007, A prototype of an in-car multimedia system has been unveiled, and what makes this different from other products on the market is the fact that it uses recycled television satellites which are good enough to overcome loss of signal problems that plague...

Recipes on the Nintendo DS

01/24/2007, Everyone knows the Nintendo DS is one piece of hardware that has seen plenty of creative uses for it, and it will now benefit mankind in terms of culinary delicacies after being used for briefing purposes in museums. Nintendo are currently working with...

Bras to light up your life

01/24/2007, Light up your girlfriend/wife’s face this Valentine literally with these Light Up Bras from Enlighted. There are a few versions available to appeal to various tastes, from a bra with 10 LEDs in a sequin stripe or marabou feather stripe to a camisole...

SyncWear Fitness Tee carries Nano

01/24/2007, Malachi & Company has recently released a new line of SyncWear fitness shirts that come with a special pocket to hold your iPod Nano while you pound the pavement or go through your daily routine at the gym. There are three pockets in total, with the...

Doggy treadmill for your mutt

01/24/2007, Now we’ve seen the Doggy Pedometer and thought that was a pretty strange invention, but here is something that ranks even higher on the strange list – a treadmill for mutts. There is absolutely no further information available concerning the...