Scientists Have Developed a Way to Make Wood as Strong as Steel
Clothes peg functions as moisture sensor
Honda unveils power storage apparatus for camping
Seven-Eleven Japan to wrap its billions of rice balls in bioplastic
The world is increasing its reliance on renewable energy, particularly solar.
Robot lends a literal helping hand
Fukushima aims to be a center of energy innovation
New Window Glass Switches From Clear to Opaque, So You’ll Never Need Curtains Again
Samsung offers tech to classrooms to reduce education gap
A motor via printing technology
The ‘ResQLink+’ Locator Beacon Aids Search and Recuse
This is the fastest bike in the world! Reaches 144.17 km/h (89.59 mph).
Panasonic develops tomato-picking robot
How to Erase Your Old iPhone or iPad Before Selling It or Trading It In
New Solar Survival Lantern Never Needs Batteries
Sharp has developed a next-generation mobile phone.
China AI patent submissions shoot up
China’s biggest ride-hailing service plans to be a lot more
Japan’s hyper-realistic CG schoolgirl moves for the first time in new video
LG made an 18-inch display you can roll up like a newspaper
Mitsubishi Electric has developed an air quality sensor, which detects PM2.5 particles, pollens & dust.
Anti-Spy Wireless RF Signal Detector
Low-cost eco cars leading sales in Indonesia
Wave Power Generation System Ready for Commercialization
AI quest drives major orders for Japan’s supercomputer makers
Scientists Just Discovered a Material That Could Store Quantum Information
Scientists want you to become part of the first space nation
IBM is Rolling out the World’s First Universal ‘Quantum Computing’ Service
Japan to develop its own 3-D maps for self-driving cars
Sustainable Shrimp Out of Algae
Solar-cell fabric … will eventually let wearers harvest energy.
Glass Enterprise Edition 2
New technologies tap into cafe culture
Scientists created nanorods that harvest water from the air.
Wind and solar will be cheaper than coal and gas generators by 2027 says report.
You can actually boil water until it freezes solid
How air pollution hurts children
Interactive digital windows, timeless choices.
Ites to Release Solar Panel Inspection Device Supporting DC 1,500V
The world’s first computer chip without semiconductors
Light-transmitting Artificial Leather Coming Up Next
You know that smartphone batteries can be pretty dangerous things, right?
Some Amazon Echo Devices Are Spontaneously Laughing … Weird.
Despite what some may say, the solar industry now employs twice as many people as the coal industry in the US today.
Wireless earbuds that let you control which outside sounds to block.