Samsung has requested for a patent for a transparent computer screen which could be controlled from the front and from the back.
In the patent request Samsung describes several means by which operating the screen from the back would be meaningful.
Thanks to a new computer model developed by Deltares water managers around the world are able to significantly improve the quality of drinking water.
The computer model is able to predict more accurately than ever before if a sample of water complies with specific water safety standards.
The US military is paying a lot of attention to autonomous robots and computer technology to help soldiers in the battle field.
Experts even think that within ten years the US army will be using ten times as much robots as (human) soldiers.
A group of scientists from universities in the US and Canada have made a major breakthrough in the field of quantum computers.
The scientists were able to create a so called solid state memory system made from silicon that was operational at room temperature for 39 minutes.
Discovery Channel and Vodafone’s innovative think tank Firestarters have worked together to create a set of unique documentaries called Firestarters the series.
The documentaries are aimed to demonstrate how innovations in (mobile) technology are changing the creative industry, exploring subjects from photography to music, fashion, media and film.
Makerbot in collaboration with other US businesses wants to provide every public school in the United States with a 3d printer.
The 3d printer manufacturer made the announcement in a statement on yesterday.
Yesterday ASUS officially announced the GTX 780 Ti graphics card, a brand new graphics card manufactured by Nvidia and tweaked by ASUS.
The Taiwanese computer hardware and electronics company promises 25% more CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) cores which should result in much faster clock speeds than its predecessor, the GTX Titan.
Looking through presentations at SlideShare today I found an interesting presentation on the digital trends for 2014.
The presentation is made by the Belgium digital company Wijs, and based on their own view / opinion on the subject.
Oxford Metrics Group announced it is shipping Autographer, the world’s first intelligent wearable camera.
Autographer makes use of a set of sensors to automatically capture images hands-free, allowing users to capture images on the go rather than by looking behind a lens.
Lenovo presented two new tablet computers on Wednesday that will be able to be used in different positions by the means of a special standard.
Lenovo’s new Yoga tablet will appear in versions of 8 and 10 inch, which will cost around 229 and 299 euro (around 314 and 410 US dollars).