Stanford University shows off Luminos solar car
Jul 10, 2013 10:59 AM -
Fujitsu's new technology uses LED lights to attach invisible ID tags that can only be seen with a smartphone.
A new robot from Boston Dynamics can stay upright even after being kicked.
Called the Airborne Launch Assist Space Access or ALASA program, it would be able to send satellites weighing 100 pounds or less into low earth orbit within 24 hours for less than $1 million per launch.
SAFFiR is a slow, lumbering humanoid but it could work with shipboard drones to find and fight fires
ARM's Cortex A72 will find its way into devices later this year.
The event will be held ahead of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and the curve on the invitation hints at the debut of the Galaxy S6 Edge.
This PC-projector-camera combo's skills are a bit primitive now, but it's easy to see a promising future in 3D printing and augmented reality.
Dell's new ultralight has all the industrial-design panache of a MacBook Air, but with a larger display. Oh, and it's a proper PC.