Graphene could be the answer to poor battery life of smartwatches

Samsung and Penn State University are working on a new kind of battery that can charge itself with the movement of your body. The new kind of battery comprises of Graphene based electrodes that can generate electricity directly from external forces. The importance of battery life cannot be stated enough. With a ton (metaphorically) of … Continue reading Graphene could be the answer to poor battery life of smartwatches

Sony’s drone will make your running more interesting

Five years ago, a drone called Joggobot was being developed by Floyd Mueller and Eberhard Gräther at the RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) in Australia. The drone was designed to make sure you don’t feel alone while jogging or running. Exercising with a partner is better than doing it alone. At times, running alone … Continue reading Sony’s drone will make your running more interesting

MasterCard with LCD screens are ready to show you ads

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 that either. Even … Continue reading MasterCard with LCD screens are ready to show you ads

How Microsoft’s dual display will narrow the gap between Tab and Laptops?

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?

A company just built, patented, and showcased an iron man suit and then disappeared like it was nothing

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