This month Sony reported their first positive figures since 2008. Now the Japanese-based Corporation is looking to sell about $1.5 billion (U.S.) in bonds to pay off maturing debts and reinvest back into their research and development.
Quantenna just announced the first 4×4 (quad-stream) 802.11ac chipset. The QSR1000 will have a theoretical transfer speeds of up to 1.7Gbps and will purportedly be able to transmit faster, farther and able to serve more wireless devices than any other Wi-Fi solution currently available.
The South Korean electronics giant Samsung has just taken a 10% buy into Pantech. While Pantech may not be as popular as LG or Samsung, they are still South Korea’s third largest handset maker.
Qualcomm has showcased two new Mirasol reflective screens at SID Display Week, including a 5.1-incher with an impressive 2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolution and 577 ppi. Unfortunately, this is unlikely to make a commercial debut in the next couple of years or so.
JDI has unveiled new display technology that promises a 5 inch screen with better viewing angles and picture quality.
Agent is a smartwatch created by Secret Labs which not only offers wireless charging capabilities, but better battery life as well. It does this by including power management features such as two processors, one being for low power use, and also a very efficient display.
Korean giant LG is hard at work to demonstrate their latest developments in the field of display technology. Among many other goodies, a special OLED display that is both unbreakable and flexible is in store.
A 19-year-old teenager from Romania just invented a new technology that would make self-driving car technology a lot less expensive and easier to implement. From his research, Ionut Budisteanu won first place for using artificial intelligence to create a low-cost, self-driving car at the 2013 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
An 18 year old named Eesha Khare has invented a device that can be fully charged in 20 to 30 seconds, which also lasts longer than normal batteries. She did this for an international science fair and took home a $50,000 prize.
At the closing event of Lamborghini's 50th anniversary tour, the company has unveiled a new concept car named The Egoista which looks like it should belong to a superhero on another planet.
European Union Commissioner for Trade Karel De Gucht has accused both Huawei and ZTE for violating anti-subsidy and anti-dumping guidelines. Both of the telecommunications companies were threatened with a formal investigation to see just how far the Chinese-based companies may have gone in regards to unfair trade practices in the region.
Mercedes Benz’s new 2014 S-Class sedan is paving the way towards a fully autonomous vehicle.
Details of a 2011 incident report suggests than an iPhone may have caused interference with flight equipment onboard a regional airliner.
The worm which infected Iran’s uranium enrichment facilities in 2009 and 2010 may have actually increased Iran’s nuclear potential.
CFM International is using 3D-printed components in their jet engines, leading to an overall fuel efficiency increase of 15%
Manufacturer Pirate3D has created a 3D printer capable of extrusion based printing at a cost consumers can actually afford.
The US Patent and Trademark office just published 35 new patents for Apple Inc., including two which relate to waterproofing their iOS devices.
Yesterday, Google announced the next city to receive their high speed fiber internet service. This time, it's Gladstone, a suburb of Kansas City.
Samsung, one of Korea’s most powerful companies, has said it will invest the equivalent of $1.34 billion over the coming decade to establish a tech foundation.
There’s talk about Apple’s plans for the upcoming budget iPhone and whether they may be going back to plastic. One concept of that idea showcases that such an iPhone can indeed be a looker.