Have you ever thought how long it takes to actually move or copy content from one place to another in your smartphone? If you haven’t, just think once. Ok let me help you: Moving files from a SD card to a phone memory or vice versa requires at least 8 taps (Yes, I calculated that … Continue reading Google will bring drag-and-drop feature in Android with machine learning
5 years ago, In 2012, MasterCard purposed an idea to embed LCD screens and keyboard in their cards to add 2-step authentication method. MasterCard launched these cards in Singapore. MasterCard tried luring its customers by announcing that card screen will also show you reward points, balance amount, and other information. I guess, however, nobody wanted … Continue reading MasterCard with LCD screens are ready to show you ads
Your WiFi router is going to get upgraded and the upgrade is pretty awesome. As per a recent patent application by Qualcomm, your WiFi router could be changed to indoor radar. Your WiFi Router thus not only will provide you internet connectivity, but will act as a security alarm system, too. And I should mention … Continue reading How Qualcomm will change your WiFi router into indoor Radar?
Managing noise inside aircraft or within any enclosed space for that matter has been a challenge for engineers for a long time. At present, drywall, foam sheets, end-grain balsa like materials are used as sound dampeners. The problems with these solutions are that they don’t absorb sound on the basis of their shape but on … Continue reading How Boeing will use 3d printing to solve the noise problem inside airplane?
Last week, a news article caught me off guard. It disclosed some researchers, from Himachal Pradesh, India, that are in a run to patent a recipe for Mandyali Dham – a traditional community feast. Mulayam Gulgule Kumar, the owner of Krishna Sweets, left me in total surprise this morning again when I found a design … Continue reading An Indian Halwai filed a design patent for Jalebi, wait… what?
This week, USPTO published a patent application by Apple which suggests that Siri will be interconnected to all their devices via a same user profile. Connecting all the devices will help Apple give its user real IoT experience. Apple will be able to control his TV via his Apple Watch, for example. Last year 9to5 … Continue reading This patent will make Siri smarter
How would you feel if your Tab may have dual screens that give you a feel as if you are working on your laptop while typing emails and creating document? A recent patent application by Microsoft discloses such a thing for their Tablets. The patent mentions using an addition e-paper screen along with a tablet … Continue reading How Microsoft’s dual display will narrow the gap between Tab and Laptops?
No, we are not talking about those water propelled suits. A british startup, Gravity, has just unveiled a jet engine propelled suit that can actually fly. The suit uses 6 miniaturized propulsion engines affixed on hands and legs of a wearer (yes, just like the iron man suit). The inspiration behind the suit is obviously … Continue reading A company just built, patented, and showcased an iron man suit and then disappeared like it was nothing
After an attempt by Disney to make lightsaber a real thing, Intel gave a shot to make real world magic wands. The recent patent by Intel reveals this chipmaker’s plans to make a magic wand that will make you feel like an actual wizard. Even though the lightsaber was a farfetched dream and was really … Continue reading Intel just patented a real life Harry Potter’s magic wand
Toyota proposes installing a wind turbine system in their electric cars to harness wind energy in one of their recent patent applications. The invention not only will provide extra electricity to the batteries of an electric vehicle but will also increase its performance by reducing air drag. This will be decreasing the fuel/recharge cost significantly. … Continue reading Why Toyota’s electric car will house specially designed wind turbines?