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?