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Graphene Crinkles: Research Shows Graphene Forms Electrically Charged Crinkles

Graphene Crinkles: Research Shows Graphene Forms Electrically Charged Crinkles

access_time July 12, 2018

Graphene Crinkles formed on Graphene could open up new Opportunities Graphene has a lot of possible uses due to its

Stanford Discovered an Elusive Neutron Star

Stanford Discovered an Elusive Neutron Star

access_time June 9, 2018

New Neutron Star Discovered! New for us but the neutron start may have been there in the sky for ages.

World First New Polymer Goes for a Walk When Illuminated

World First New Polymer Goes for a Walk When Illuminated

access_time June 26, 2017

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

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Your Favorite Moments with Google Clips Camera Loaded with Artificial Intelligence

access_time October 4, 2017 chat_bubble_outline 0

Google Clips, a tiny camera compatible with iOS and Android that seeks to capture moments without complications The presentation of

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

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

GeeklessTech Gadget Review: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

access_time September 8, 2016 chat_bubble_outline 0

After months of rumors and leaks finally came the long-awaited Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.  This new gadget of the

GeeklessTech Gadget Review: Canon EOS Rebel T6I DSLR

access_time February 8, 2015 chat_bubble_outline 0

Canon EOS Rebel T6I DSLR – Price, Strengths and weaknesses The leader in the digital SLR market, EOS Rebel line