Nanofiber Batteries Turn Movement Into Power

Berkeley scientists are developing ingenious "energy-scavenging nanofibers" that can convert movement into energy.

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Will Your Next Smartphone Shape-shift? One Researcher Presents His Ideas

A research project looks at ways gadget designers could make their creations more approachable.

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Unrestricted 3D TV: 64 Viewing Angles, Zero Glasses

Recent developments in 3D display technology could render the goofy glasses a relic of the past.

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Pressure Sensitive Touchscreens Are Coming, Powered by Quantum Mechanics

Future improvements in touchscreen technology could change the way we use such gadgets.

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Windows 7 Hack: Playing with "GodMode"

A simple hack can give you one-stop access to all your Windows 7 settings.

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Geek 101: Getting Behind the Scenes With 3D HDTV

3D HDTV could be coming soon to a living room near you. Here's what you need to know about the technology behind it, and where you might run into some problems.

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LPD HDTVs: Are They the Future or Simply Late to the Party?

A small display vendor recently announced a brand new display technology that makes heavy use of lasers.

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Mobile Snapdragon Processor to hit 1.5Ghz, Dual-Core in 2010

Smartphones are about to get a while lot faster, according to a Qualcomm exec.

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iBuyPower Plans Multi-Touch Gaming Laptops

iBuyPower is prepping new mulit-touch gaming notebooks, but are there enough touch-enabled PC games available?

3D Blu-Ray Specs Finalized, But What About Your Gear?

3D Blu-ray promises to bring more dimension to your home theater, but will it mean having to invest in new equipment?

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Google's Nexus One Specs Leaked

What might the Nexus One's guts look like? Intrepid hackers have uncovered references to the upcoming phone in Android OS 2.1.

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Samsung's New CF, SD Cards Can Take a Beating

Samsung's new SD cards can take 12 hours of water submersion, strong magnets, and over 1.5 tons ov pressure.

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802.11ac Standard Will Bring Gigabit Speeds to WiFi

The upcoming 802.11ac standard will bring WiFi speeds inline with ethernet, just in time for the end of the world (if you believe in that sort of thing).

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Atom N450 Netbooks Hit Full Force in January, More Upgrades to Come

Next Generation Intel Atom processors are expected next month, according to reports.

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Acer's Rumored DirectX 11 Notebook: Killer Graphics, Long Name

A rumored DirectX 11-capable notebook from Acer could boost your 3D performance--and at 10 pounds, your biceps too.

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