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Duke University Students Discover a Way to Charge Cell Phones With Wi-Fi

Duke University Students Discover a Way to Charge Cell Phones With Wi-Fi

Keeping your power-hungry smartphones charged with cables and portable batteries may be a thing of the past as two engineering students have figured out a way to charge them with Wi-Fi. Allen Hawkes and

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New Wi-Fi Technology Could Double the Battery Life of Cell Phones and Laptops

New Wi-Fi Technology Could Double the Battery Life of Cell Phones and Laptops

Wi-fi technology is wonderful - it lets us browse the web on our phones, laptops, and iPads practically wherever and whenever we want. However it also drains our batteries, forcing us to charge our

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New General Motors System Would Use Smart Phone Technology To Help Drivers Avoid Pedestrians

New General Motors System Would Use Smart Phone Technology To Help Drivers Avoid Pedestrians

General Motors has announced that the company is developing a new pedestrian detection system that relies on Wi-Fi Direct technology to 'see' pedestrians and bicyclists on congested streets or in poor

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Facebook Unveils Plans for Solar-Powered Internet Drones as Big as 747s

Facebook Unveils Plans for Solar-Powered Internet Drones as Big as 747s

Yael Maguire, the engineering director at Facebook's Connectivity Lab, has revealed further details about the social media giant's plans to expand internet access to communities worldwide. In order to

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Fixing Germany’s Least Bike-Friendly City? There’s an App for That!

Fixing Germany’s Least Bike-Friendly City? There’s an App for That!

When Wiesbaden, Germany, was proclaimed the country's least bike-friendly city by a leading cycling club, local creative agency Scholz & Volkmer teamed up with artists Manfred Kraft and Tom Kresin to

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World’s Longest Cable Car System set to Open in La Paz, Bolivia

World’s Longest Cable Car System set to Open in La Paz, Bolivia

The route between La Paz - one of the world’s highest administrative capitals - and El Alto, Bolivia is one of the craziest commutes around. The cities are only a few miles apart, but it takes over an

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Your Next Dell Could Come with Wireless Charging Capabilities

Your Next Dell Could Come with Wireless Charging Capabilities

Dell likes to be first. They were the first to market laptops directly to college freshmen through bro-friendly language, first to ship their computers in mushroom-based packaging, and, if their recent

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Images Show How Much Cell Phone Radiation We Bathe in Every Day

Images Show How Much Cell Phone Radiation We Bathe in Every Day

Nickolay Lamm has already made the invisible visible with a project that showed what Wi-Fi would look like if we could see it, but for his latest series of images, the artist has turned his attention to

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Solar-Powered Sol Laptop Can Run for 10 Hours on a Single Charge

Solar-Powered Sol Laptop Can Run for 10 Hours on a Single Charge

WeWi Telecommunications Inc. just unveiled a new solar-powered laptop that can run for 10 hours straight on a single charge! The Sol laptop features built-in foldable solar panels, so it can be used in

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World’s First Thought-Controlled Helicopter Passes Obstacle Course with Flying Colors

World’s First Thought-Controlled Helicopter Passes Obstacle Course with Flying Colors

We have seen thought-controlled bionic legs and an object 3D-printed using brain waves, but now researchers have developed the world's first remote-controlled helicopter that is powered entirely by human

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First Container Will Transform Shipping Containers into a Storytelling Center in Detroit

First Container Will Transform Shipping Containers into a Storytelling Center in Detroit

An exciting new project in Detroit will use recycled shipping containers to create an innovative new community space that will be used to bring back the art of storytelling. The plan calls for two

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Belkin Unveils WeMo Light Switch That Can Be Remote Controlled By Your Smartphone

Belkin Unveils WeMo Light Switch That Can Be Remote Controlled By Your Smartphone

Remote home appliances are the biggest things to hit the household market in a long time. Just witness the success of the Nest Thermostat and remote-control light bulbs like the iLumi. Consumer

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Top 6 Cabins for a Green Retreat this Winter

Top 6 Cabins for a Green Retreat this Winter

Intrinsik Architecture's Montana Modern Prefab Cabin This 800-square-foot prefabricated cabin, located above Paradise Valley, Montana at 8,600 feet, is a smart, efficient, and sustainable retreat for any

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7 Winter Home Improvement Tips to Save You Money and Energy In the Cold Season

7 Winter Home Improvement Tips to Save You Money and Energy In the Cold Season

This year's record breaking summer high temperatures and general worrisome warming trend don’t necessarily mean that the coming winter will be a walk in the park. Before the cold weather strikes, get

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Green Horizons’ Mobile Central Service Unit Supplies Emergency Water and Clean Energy

Green Horizons’ Mobile Central Service Unit Supplies Emergency Water and Clean Energy

Green Horizons' Central Service Unit 40 mobile infrastructure trailer is the emergency housing version of the Swiss Army knife. Developed for rapid emergency response after a calamity, the trailer

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Monmouth: The World’s First Wikipedia Town Launches In Wales

Monmouth: The World’s First Wikipedia Town Launches In Wales

Whenever you visit a new place, you are often encumbered with guidebooks, maps and other tourist information that is - let's face it - bulky and uses a lot of paper. That is all set to change in the small

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NXP Unveils Greenchip WiFi Lightbulbs That Can Be Controlled With Your iPad

NXP Unveils Greenchip WiFi Lightbulbs That Can Be Controlled With Your iPad

Shopping at your favorite organic market but worried that you left the kitchen light on? Don't fret, just turn it off using your iPad. Designed by NXP in the Netherlands, these latest Greenchip light

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Green Your Home Entertainment with the Roku Box

Green Your Home Entertainment with the Roku Box

If you’re part of a family that’s really into technology and the bounty of entertainment options it has to offer, then the Roku Box may just be the thing you’ve been looking for to streamline your

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Cut out Vampire Power With the Fair Energy Clock

Cut out Vampire Power With the Fair Energy Clock

By now you probably know that your gadgets still suck power from the grid when they are plugged in but not turned on -- this phantom power drain can cost you hundreds of dollars a year. But how are the

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ONE LAPTOP PER CHILD by FuseProject

ONE LAPTOP PER CHILD by FuseProject

We bloggers are so tied to our laptops that we often times take them, and our constant connection to a never ending flow of information, for granted. We write and read about some amazing eco-friendly and

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