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Innovation

16 March 2011

New Technology Could Extend Mobile Battery Life

Engineers at the University of Illinois have developed a form of ultra low power, non volatile memory that could provide consumers with hand-held devices that last weeks or even months between recharging.

Innovation

25 November 2010

Chip Implant can Stimulate Paralysed Muscles

The BBC today reported a major advance in technology with the potential to help paraplegics and others with muscle paralysis.

Innovation

25 October 2010

NASA Finds Enough Water for Moon Base

A little more than a year after slamming two spacecraft into a crater on the moon, NASA scientists are reporting that they've found not only some water but possibly enough to sustain human explorers.

Innovation

03 September 2010

First 'Intelligent' Stamp Put On Sale By Royal Mail

The Royal Mail has launched what claims to be the world's first "intelligent" stamp.

Innovation

01 September 2010

Archos Unveils New Range Of Tablets

Archos has released a new line of Android-based tablets.

Innovation

31 August 2010

iPhone App Changes Doctors Ordinary Rounds

The iPhone could replace the stethoscope as millions of doctors across the world are signing up and downloading a free app created by University College London.

Innovation

25 August 2010

Google testing voice calling in Gmail

Google could be ready to turn Gmail into a communications hub by adding the ability to make phone calls from the Google Chat interface.

Innovation

24 August 2010

Android 2.2 Update Goes Awry

Android's momentum is sputtering a bit as the messy rollout of Android 2.2, or Froyo, continues -- there's been delays, missing features, handsets left out of the update altogether and rumors of Motorola lawyering up to stop users from doing their own upgrades.

Innovation

19 August 2010

MIT Brings Super-Computing Power To The Android phone

There really is an app for everything.

Innovation

19 August 2010

Android 3.2 Honeycomb To Follow Gingerbread 3?

The next iteration of Google's mobile operating system Android, following Gingerbread 3.0 due out later this year, is expected to be an incremental update to version 3.1 or 3.2 and dubbed "Honeycomb," according to reports.

Innovation

19 August 2010

SanDisk Unveils Tiny iSSD Solid-State Drives

SanDisk announced on Wednesday it has begun testing small SSDs that can be soldered directly to motherboards.

Innovation

19 August 2010

Back Up Data Recovery Problems Cracked Claims Start Up

A start-up claims to have cracked one of the problems faced by modern enterprises - the complexity of backup systems and the time taken to copy data.

Innovation

18 August 2010

Brother App Enables Free Printing And Scanning From iPhones

Printing from an iOS device can be a bit of a challenge for the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad owner who wants to get a document off their touchscreen and onto a printed page.

Innovation

18 August 2010

Toshiba Claims Hard-Drive Breakthrough

Toshiba will detail a breakthrough in data storage later Wednesday that it says paves the way for hard drives with vastly higher capacity than today.

Innovation

17 August 2010

OpenSolaris Project Continued With Illumos Derivative

Although Oracle has no plans to continue supporting the OpenSolaris project, the founder of a recently formed Solaris derivative believes all hope is not lost.

Innovation

16 August 2010

LogLogic Touts Data Structuring Update

LogLogic has updated its data structuring software, promising improvements to the way it stores and organises information.

Innovation

16 August 2010

Businesses Pick Mobile Websites Over Apps

Some 80 per cent of businesses across a wide range of vertical industries are planning to or already have developed mobile websites as their predominant vehicle for conducting mobile commerce in the next year, according to a new survey by Adobe Systems.

Innovation

16 August 2010

Oracle Shelves OpenSolaris

Oracle has finally shelved the OpenSolaris development project in a move that has angered the open source community.

Innovation

04 August 2010

Mobile Browsers Poised To Expand Beyond Smartphones

It won't be too long before most mobile phones won't have to be "smart" to offer a full Web browsing experience.

Innovation

30 July 2010

Microsoft Reveals IE9 Beta Release Set For September

Microsoft has announced that a beta of Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) will be launched in September.

Innovation

30 July 2010

Can Your Calls Be Intercepted ?This Tool Can Tell

A researcher released software at the Black Hat conference on Thursday designed to let people test whether their calls on mobile phones can be eavesdropped on.