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Caltech sensor could turn your phone into a 3D scanner

by: Rob TriggsApril 6, 2015
Caltech researchers are working on a tiny 3D scanner nanophotonic coherent imager (NCI) chip that could end up being embedded into a variety of smart products.
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Ossia Cota promises wireless charging via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

by: Rob TriggsApril 1, 2015
Ossai's Cota technology aims to make it affordable for OEMs to add remote wireless power to all Wi-Fi or Bluetooth equipped devices
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Razer to integrate Leap Motion hand tracking into is OSVR headset

by: Rob TriggsMarch 25, 2015
Leap Motion has teamed up with Razer to bring its hand motion tracking features to the OSVR virtual reality headset.
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SolidEnergy’s battery claims twice the energy density of traditional li-ion, coming 2016

by: Rob TriggsMarch 23, 2015
SolidEnergy, a start-up out of MIT, is developing a battery boasting twice the energy density of traditional lithium-ion designs. The first commercial product is scheduled to arrive in 2016.
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Facebook is working on VR apps

by: Rob TriggsFebruary 18, 2015
Chris Cox, Chief Product Offer at Facebook, announced that the company is working on virtual reality apps, but they won't be available for "a while" yet.
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Sense object recognition could create a limitless, interactive encyclopaedia

by: Rob TriggsJanuary 16, 2015
Sense, an intelligent cloud-based recognition engine, could help create a limitless, interactive encyclopaedia of things based on information from users.
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StoreDot demos the next iteration of its super fast battery charging tech

by: Gary SimsJanuary 8, 2015
StoreDot demonstrates the latest version of its super fast charging battery. The new battery is slimmer and the charger looks much more refined.
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Keyssa’s “kiss connectivity” technology could make cords obsolete

by: Eric McBrideNovember 17, 2014
Keyssa kiss connectivity could could change the game in terms of how smartphones are assembled and how data is transferred between devices.
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TSMC remains ahead of 16nm FinFET schedule, plans MEMS ICs to power the next big thing

by: Rob TriggsNovember 14, 2014
TSMC has announced that it has already entered risk production for its 16nm FinFET Plus process and is planning to produce integrated CMOS MEMS packages for future tech products.
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Stanford University’s next-gen lithium batteries could triple smartphone battery life

by: Rob TriggsJuly 28, 2014
Researchers at Stanford University are working on a new lithium battery technology, which makes use of a nanoscopic carbon anode shield to improve battery life.
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