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TÜV Rheinland Tests, Certifies Wearable Technology Devices for Global Markets

TÜV Rheinland will present its services to help wearable device makers access global markets...

Justices Technologically Out of Touch

Many of us have a hard time keeping up with today’s technology. But it...

GCT Expands Engineering Resources to Offer Rapid Turnaround on Bespoke Connector Solutions

GCT recently expanded its engineering team to maintain fast turnaround times.   As an example...

World’s Smallest Nanowires Created by Vanderbilt Graduate Student

A doctorate student from Vanderbilt University built the world’s thinnest nanowire, just three atoms...

Flexible Thin-film Battery Created at Rice University

Researchers at Rice University created a flexible material that combines the characteristics of a high-energy battery and high-powered supercapacitor that has potential use in portable, wearable electronics.

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Researchers Develop Model to Show How Mobile Networks Can Power Themselves

A team of researchers at the University of Southern California collaborated with Samsung to develop a model that interprets how fast wireless devices can capture and store energy to demonstrate that complex networks can be run on renewable energy sources.

Agilent Technologies Offers Three New Videos on LTE-A technology and Test Challenges

Agilent has released three new videos on LTE-A Carrier Aggregation that offer insights into...

Wireless Technology Uses Interference to Enhance Mobile Internet

A new wireless technology is being developed that makes better use of the wireless spectrum and uses a different approach than current wireless technology. This new technology, pCell, uses signal interference where signals overlap and create small personal mobile internet cells.

A*STAR Launches Headstart Program to Encourage Collaboration

The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) has introduced a new program to incite small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to collaborate with the agency. A*STAR will grant royalty-free and exclusive intellectual property (IP) licenses for the first 18 months of the program.

Battery Material Store 10 Times the Amount of Energy of Lithium-ion Batteries

A new battery material has been developed that can store ten times the amount of energy that lithium-ion batteries can store. The new material has the potential to increase the battery life of portable electronics and electronic vehicles.

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