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  • Photoflow concept combines solar power with rainwater collection

    In many countries around the world the supply of electricity and clean water is often sporadic and of poor quality. Consulting and design company NOS is looking to address this problem with PhotoFlow, a two-in-one concept design that combines solar p...

  • Leatherman announces new pocket tools for skaters and surfers

    Leatherman is extending its line of multi-tools with two new action sports models – the Grind and Jam pocket tools for the skateboarding fraternity, and the Thruster and Shooter pocket tools for the surfing crowd.

  • Smartcap heads into the blue

    When we first reported on the SmartCap early this year, the fatigue-monitoring system was being developed for use in the mining industry. Now, eight months after going to market, the SmartCap system is being put to the test at sea.

  • Optical computing gets a lift on butterfly wings

    A team of international researchers has developed artificial crystals with unique optical properties that could lead to advances in quantum computing and telecommunications. Their inspiration? The glorious green wings of the Callophyrs Rubi butterf...

  • 10 Gbps USB 3.1 specification completed

    10 Gbps USB transfer speeds are a step closer following completion of the SuperSpeed USB 3.1 specification.

PhotoFlow is a two-in-one concept design that combines solar power generation with rainwat...

In many countries around the world the supply of electricity and clean water is often sporadic and of poor quality. Consulting and design company NOS is looking to address this problem with PhotoFlow, a two-in-one concept design that combines solar power generation with water collection and storage.  Read More

Leatherman Grind and Jam skate tools Continuing its ongoing trend towards targeting specific user groups, Leatherman is extending its line of multi-tools with two new action sports models designed for surfers and skaters.  Read More

A team of international researchers has developed artificial crystals with unique  optical... A team of international researchers has developed artificial crystals with unique optical properties that could lead to advances in quantum computing and telecommunications. Their inspiration? The glorious green wings of the Callophyrs Rubi butterfly.  Read More

The specification for 10 Gbps USB 3.1 has been finalized 10 Gbps USB transfer speeds are a step closer following completion of the new specification by the USB 3.0 Promoter Group.  Read More

ARP Chief Pilot Roger Rusling models the Smartcap When we first reported on the SmartCap early this year, the fatigue-monitoring system was being developed for use in the mining industry. Now, eight months after going to market, the SmartCap is being put to the test at sea.  Read More

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