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It has been a while since LG sold notebooks in Australia, but the company is back with what is globally its 2nd-gen Gram range using 16:10 ratio screens with two 14-inch models at 999 grams, three 16-inch models at 1.19kg and a 17-inch model at 1.35kg.

Published in Home Tech

A lot of people really disliked the Federal Government's plan to cut an estimated $1.8 billion from the R&D Tax Incentive program, and the need to positively respond to the crisis and build the economy and jobs has seen the decision reversed.

Published in Government Tech

Having troubles screwing in a lightbulb sounds like a first-world problem, but depending on your light fittings, the flexibility of your hands and fingers coupled with your age and arthritic status, and more, and Magbulb is one of those great little ideas you wonder why no-one else has yet thought of in the 140-plus years of modern lightbulbs!

Published in Home Tech

Want the lightest, ultra-thin notebook at 779 grams with a touch screen, 2 x USB 3.0 ports, Ethernet, USB-C, HDMI, 7th-gen Core i5, SSD and plenty more? Fujistu has the answer.

From 24 November 2017 to 30 April 2018, an amazing intersection of technology and imagination, where the Future Park is coming to the Powerhouse Museum from the “ultratechnologists” at teamLab.

Published in Your Tech

Not quite as epic as a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away is the still amazing news that "near perfect" light cloning could revolutionise ultra secure quantum communications.

Published in Science
Wednesday, 02 December 2015 09:37

Li-Fi – 100 times faster than Wi-Fi

Li-Fi uses visible light communications (VLC) emitted by LED lights to transmit Internet Protocol 802.11 at up to 100 times faster than Wi-Fi – it is not commercialised yet.

Published in Networking

The quest for slimmer smartphones has placed constraints on their cameras – five or six lenses, optical image stabilisation, zoom and more all compressed into a few millimetres.

Published in ShawThing
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A vivid Game of Drones: just one of the transcendently cool installations to see at the 2015 Vivid Sydney festival, 22 May to 8 June 2015.

Published in Entertainment

Let there be light! Belkin’s smart home automation ecosystem, Wemo, has had an enlightening new addition to its range with the Wemo LED Starter Set and Wemo Smart LED Bulbs launching in Australia.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 23 March 2011 08:59

iPad 2'¦ sees the light?

Concerns that the iPad 2 has 'light leak' issues around the bezel are shining a different kind of light on Apple's latest and greatest iDevice.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 29 July 2010 09:45

White iPhone 4 manufacturing problem leaked?

Apple keeps telling us that the release of the white iPhone 4 is being delayed due to manufacturing 'challenges'. There's now a report of just what the challenge might be.

Published in Mobility
Sunday, 16 May 2010 00:09

Laser: 50 years old, still tech focused

The word laser was originally the acronym LASER, which stood for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation." Now, fifty years since its invention, we look back to its origin and its future.

 

Published in Energy
Tuesday, 09 March 2010 09:59

Scientists say universe is 20M years older

According to data analyzed from the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP), astrophysicists from Princeton University and Johns Hopkins University state they now know the age of the Universe even more precisely than before, and it is a little older than earlier thought.

Published in Space
Monday, 14 December 2009 20:58

WISE lifts off to map infrared universe

The NASA Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) lifted off Monday morning, December 14, 2009, from its California launch pad for its six-month mission to make a detailed survey of the universe in the infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum of radiation.

Published in Space
Canadian researchers in Queen’s University has found a way to make CFLs dimmable, along with even more efficient than before—and they were already 1,000 times more efficient that incandescent bulbs while consuming only one-third the power.

Published in Energy
On February 24, 2009, NASA is set to launch the Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO), the first NASA spacecraft whose sole mission (and, it's an important one)  is to study atmospheric carbon dioxide, an important greenhouse gas contained within our global climate.

Published in Space
Friday, 30 January 2009 20:50

Better lighten up on teeth whitening

According to research performed by the Nordic Institute of Dental Materials, the use of ultraviolet (UV) and visible light lamps to increase the whitening effect of bleaching teeth is damaging to teeth, and is also dangerous to eyes and skin.

Published in Health
University of California researchers surprisingly found that when peeling back commonly used adhesive tape the motion between the two surfaces generates electromagnetic radiation in the form of high-energic x-rays. Cool!

Published in Energy
Researchers from Yale University have conducted a study showing compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) instead of incandescent bulbs produce a net global reduction of toxic mercury emissions. However, not all parts of the world should use them—instead they should stay with incandescent bulbs. Why? Find out below!

Published in Energy
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