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Innergie 55cc: The Smallest Power Adapter for Everything

Innergie 55cc: The Smallest Power Adapter for Everything

access_time October 16, 2017

Innergie 55cc: Universal Power Adapter Innergie 55cc can charge smartphones, tablets, game consoles, e-books and even laptops. Every user has

Biomedical Engineers Developed a Miniature Self-Sealing ‘Wound’

Biomedical Engineers Developed a Miniature Self-Sealing ‘Wound’

access_time February 22, 2018

Biomedical engineers have created a miniature self-sealing ‘wound’ model in order to study bleeding and subsequent clotting of wounds. They

GeeklessTech Review: Microsoft X Box One X

GeeklessTech Review: Microsoft X Box One X

access_time November 7, 2017

This one is for the gamers out there. The newly launched Microsoft X Box One X is a solid jump

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Stirling Engines Could Help to Export Stored Solar Energy in Future

access_time September 14, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

Solar Thermal Energy to Generate Electricity as Stored in Stirling Drive / Motor Units   Stirling Disc / Motor units

GeeklessTech Review: Sony A9 Capturing Life at 20 Frames per Second

access_time September 8, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

Here Geekless Tech brings you a special review of the Full frame mirror less Camera Sony A9 The Sony A9

Android Oreo is Here, Only a Third of Users Will Download It

access_time August 25, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

Android Oreo already started to reach some cell phones Android 8.0, also known as Android Oreo, is the next major

With Prism Headset, Students-Turned-Entrepreneurs Have Augmented Reality in Sight

access_time August 14, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

Mira Prism: Cheap Augmented Reality Lenses Compatible with iPhone Virtual reality glasses for the iPhone already exist in the market,

Stanford Engineers Create Smart Windows

access_time August 6, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

Smart Windows Arrived. They will save up to 20% energy In every house it is a situation we know well:

New Robot Rolls with the Rules of Pedestrian Conduct

access_time July 29, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

  Robot rolls with the rules of pedestrian conduct In the same way that drivers follow the traffic code, most

Stanford University creates a 4D camera for stand-alone drones and cars

access_time July 6, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

We are living the full development of projects and ideas that seek to boost the use of robots in automation

Medical Technology: World First Super Microsurgery with Robot Hands

access_time July 6, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

Meet the ‘super-surgeon’ of steel hands, Who influence the Medical Technology It exploits robotic surgery. Intelligent Medical technology operating theaters

World First New Polymer Goes for a Walk When Illuminated

access_time June 26, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

Tech Geeks Created a New type of Polymer capable of “Walking” if it is lighted. It looks like an idea

Using Backup Codes Without a Cellphone

access_time June 7, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

Backup codes: Stolen phones or other problems with 2-step verification For 2-step verification to work properly, you’ll need a mobile