2016-10-31 - Julien Happich

Nanowire-based LED fills green-yellow gap

The method reduces the blue-intensity of white lights, creating an eye-friendly warmer white.

2016-10-25 - Fujitsu Laboratories

Fujitsu turns to blockchain for secured data transfer

The technology can restrict transactions based on pre-established policies, such as restricting users to specific stores when sending money.

2016-10-17 - Graham Prophet

Tech raises Li-ion battery capacity by 50%

The technology replaces graphite anode with a pure silicon anode, increasing the storage capacity of the lithium-ion battery by a factor of 10.

2016-10-14 - KAIST

Flat graphene speakers turn up ‘mass’ volume

The KAIST team has used 3D graphene aerogels to fabricate an array of loudspeakers that can withstand over 40W input power.

2016-10-04 - Julien Happich

TSMC builds up R&D capacity for 3nm

TSMC is staffing up its R&D effort in significant numbers to develop 5nm and 3nm process technologies.

2016-08-30 - Julien Happich

Printed Li-ion batteries conform to any shape

Using a simple stencil printing process followed by ultraviolet cross-linking, researchers have demonstrated a new type of Li-ion batteries.

2016-08-29 - None

AI is now helping the Japanese relocate

An automatically evolving AI is trained on the preferences of users seeking to relocate.

2016-08-16 - Vivek Nanda

Wearable cloud dumbs down smart devices

A powerful wearable cloud that offloads processing and expensive hardware from connected devices, and does away with the need for many "smart" devices replicating processing hardware.

2016-08-12 - Vivek Nanda

Researcher seeks manufacturer for handheld PCR

A handheld PCR device that can detect infections like Ebola for less than a dollar waits in the wings for commercialisation.

- Vivek Nanda

Portable PCR tester fits in your hands

A researcher focused on portable, economic PCR has finally hit paydirt with a system that measures about 100mm x 60mm x 33mm and weighs just 90g.