In a twist on conventional charging for electric cars, Nissan has developed a system that allows a vehicle to supply electricity to power a house.
The first smartphone based on the new "Mango" edition of Microsoft's Windows Phone platform has been unveiled in Tokyo.
It looks like something out of science fiction...the world's most advanced driving simulator, designed to replicate the sensations of sitting behind the wheel of a car. It's part of Toyota's research into reducing road accidents.
The Contour+ logs GPS coordinates, shoots 1080p video and turns an Android phone or iPhone into a viewfinder via Bluetooth.
In World Tech Update this week, Lenovo introduces new tablets, the space shuttle Atlantis touches down for the final time, Apple releases Lion, the Nissan's Leaf electric car expands availability, and more.
Toyota has developed a safety system that can automatically stop a car in the moments before a collision with a pedestrian.
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In this week's World Tech Update: Ballmer jokes about Windows Phone 7, Assange fights extradition, Netflix raises fees, and more.
One of China's fastest supercomputers is now running in Hunan. The Tianhe-1 has a theoretical peak speed of 1.1 petaflops, which means it can perform up to 1,100 trillion operations per second.
On World Tech Update this week, we take a look inside the most advanced passenger jet in the sky, check out Facebook video chat, and find out what one Swiss man is doing against PowerPoint.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer formally launched the much-awaited Office 365 this week. The new suite is a nod to the rising popularity of cloud-based apps.
At multiple consumer electronics shows in New York recently, gadget makers were showing off the latest in mobile, 3D and gaming.
On this week's World Tech Update: Microsoft's Skype purchase is approved, Playstation Vita will ship later than promised, Nintendo's Wii U won't be much more powerful, and more.
The Webwereld Netherlands story headlined "BBC's data dilemma" and posted Wednesday has been removed from the wire. Online editors are asked to immediately...