If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Danish, Canadian and U.S scientists have been genetically engineering a certain type of flowers to detect mine that are buried beneath. In countries like Yugoslavia, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Croatia, and Angola land mines are a huge and growing problem.
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Cyberkinetics Inc. is developing a new technology to be used for an immobile group of severely motor-impaired individuals. The new device allows impaired individuals to interact with their personal computer, and use it as a gateway to
A petaflop…what’s a petaflop? That might be the questions that you’re asking yourself if you’re not a technologically minded person. A petaflop means that a computer is running one thousand trillion calculations per second. For those who do like to keep up with technology, a petaflop is a term you
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. New research shows that DVDs coated with a special protein may make computer hard drives obsolete. Professor V Renugopalakrishnan of the Harvard Medical School in Boston says that a protein layer made of tiny genetically altered microbe
Apple breaks through the computer industry in 1984 as Steve Jobs amazes the crowd of computer lovers, businessmen, and nerds. Although, this technology may look primitive please keep in mind that this was in 1984. And after 24 years we still haven’t experienced anything this remarkable, in comparison to one’s
Researchers in Germany are working on A car that will anticipate cars that are on a collision coarse with the vehicle. The researchers main goal would be to help with side-impact crashes. These kind of crashes make the passengers extremely vulnerable since there is next to no crush zone and
Nokia has reported about the release of WiMax enabled telephones by the starting of 2008. WiMax can accomplish a broadband speed at over 30miles distance, WiMax runs over 802.16 xs on wireless metropolitan area network (WMAN). But there is an assertion that WiMax is inappropriate for voice transmission but during