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JPMorgan Chase Teams Up With Good360 To Recycle, Refurbish & Distribute Technology For Good

JPMorgan Chase Teams Up With Good360 To Recycle, Refurbish & Distribute Technology For Good

JPMorgan Chase recently teamed up with Good360 to launch Tech Warehouse, a fantastic new program that distributes refurbished computers to nonprofit organizations and schools that have little or no

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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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Qualcomm Announces Plans to Test New Wireless EV Charging Technology in London

Qualcomm Announces Plans to Test New Wireless EV Charging Technology in London

Electronic chip developer Qualcomm just announced plans to begin field trials of their revolutionary wireless electric vehicle charging system in London! The new wireless charger does away with cumbersome

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“Lit” Light Bulb Combines LED Technology With Fiber Optics

“Lit” Light Bulb Combines LED Technology With Fiber Optics

The “Lit” concept bulb designed by Elie Ahovi is an extremely elegant and innovative combination of LED and fiber optic technology, and could pave the way for incandescent replacements of the

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Ford’s New Traffic Jam Assist Technology Paves the Way to Self-Driving Cars

Ford’s New Traffic Jam Assist Technology Paves the Way to Self-Driving Cars

Soon there will be a day when you'll be able to jump in your car, turn it on and let it do driving for you. Ford's new Traffic Jam Assist technology is a step in that direction - it uses radar and camera

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Cisco’s Toronto Innovation Center is a Laboratory for Green Technology

Cisco’s Toronto Innovation Center is a Laboratory for Green Technology

This week Cisco Systems cut the ribbon on its Toronto Innovation Center -- a place where developers and tech professionals can come together to integrate different building technologies in order to

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3D Badger Tracking Technology to Be Modified for Emergency Search and Rescue Situations

3D Badger Tracking Technology to Be Modified for Emergency Search and Rescue Situations

A team from Oxford University has modified technology that was originally developed to track badgers underground so that it can be used to locate people in an emergency situations, such as a natural

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100% Solar-Powered Great Barrier House Fuses Modern Technology With Island Life

100% Solar-Powered Great Barrier House Fuses Modern Technology With Island Life

Elevated to protect against floods and constructed of sustainably-sourced timber that references the island's rich biodiversity, the Great Barrier House is comfortable in both summer and winter. Despite

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Dairy Barn Transformed into Gorgeous LEED Silver Design and Technology Center on SUNY Campus

Dairy Barn Transformed into Gorgeous LEED Silver Design and Technology Center on SUNY Campus

The new Center for Design and Technology creates a new entrance for the Morrisville campus. The character of the former dairy barn is preserved, rising in a wood-clad arch that overlooks the campus.

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Deep Ocean Technology Unveils Plans for Their Insane Underwater Discus Hotel in Dubai

Deep Ocean Technology Unveils Plans for Their Insane Underwater Discus Hotel in Dubai

Dubai had announced plans to construct a different underwater hotel, Hydropolis, in 2006. Projected to cost 300 million pounds to construct, it would have stood as one of the world's most expensive

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Olympicene: New Molecule Shaped Like the Olympic Rings Could Revolutionize Solar Technology

Olympicene: New Molecule Shaped Like the Olympic Rings Could Revolutionize Solar Technology

Scientists from IBM Research Zurich just created a tiny 5-ringed molecule called olympicene that is only 1.2 nanometers wide— about 100,000 times thinner than a human hair. The new graphite molecule is

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Light&Contrast’s Adorable Ikebana LED Flower Lamps Use Innovative Lighting Technology

Light&Contrast’s Adorable Ikebana LED Flower Lamps Use Innovative Lighting Technology

While making the rounds at NY Design week this week we spotted these cool LED flower lights by California-based design studio Light&Contrast. Inspired by the Japanese art of flower arranging, the

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PHOTOS: NYU’s ITP Thesis Show Highlights 3D-Printing Technology and Crowd-sourcing

PHOTOS: NYU’s ITP Thesis Show Highlights 3D-Printing Technology and Crowd-sourcing

Burritob0t by Marko Manriquez The Burritob0t 3D prints an edible extrusion of configurable Mexican food. The machine employs a hybrid of digital fabrication and molecular gastronomy -- or in other words,

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Baidu’s Science and Technology Campus is a Circular Green Haven in Beijing

Baidu’s Science and Technology Campus is a Circular Green Haven in Beijing

The green space is so well-articulated that it's possible for students, faculty and visitors to experience all of the seasons on what ZNA proposes to be one of Beijing's greenest university campuses. But

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CITE: The $1 Billion Ghost City Built to Test the Technology of Tomorrow

CITE: The $1 Billion Ghost City Built to Test the Technology of Tomorrow

Last year, we reported on The Center for Testing, Evaluation and Innovation (CITE) - a town that would be built over 20 square miles of virgin desert in Lea County, New Mexico in order to test

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Peter Ananin’s MyBioPod Connects Nature and Technology to Create Miniature Ecosystems

Peter Ananin’s MyBioPod Connects Nature and Technology to Create Miniature Ecosystems

Scottish designer Peter Ananin has created a way to bring a little more of the outside world into our everyday lives by creating personal miniature rural worlds dubbed MyBioPod. MyBioPod provides people

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Carbon-Based “GraphExeter” Could Revolutionize Wearable Technology

Carbon-Based “GraphExeter” Could Revolutionize Wearable Technology

The electronics industry is constantly making advancements to make their products better, but the invention of GraphExeter by the University of Exeter has everyone looking forward to big changes in the

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Global Automakers to Debut New Technology That Recharges EVs in 20 Minutes

Global Automakers to Debut New Technology That Recharges EVs in 20 Minutes

Next week global automakers from the United States and Germany will demonstrate new fast-charging technology that will give electric vehicle owners the ability to recharge their EVs in as little as 15-20

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Nissan and GE Unveil New EV Technology That Lets Your EV Power Your House

Nissan and GE Unveil New EV Technology That Lets Your EV Power Your House

Using the energy from your electric car to power your house during a blackout is an advancement that could be just around the corner, thanks to new technology that General Electric and Nissan showed off

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Honda Develops New Technology to Help Prevent Traffic Jams

Honda Develops New Technology to Help Prevent Traffic Jams

Beijing Traffic Jam via Shutterstock Traffic congestion doesn't just raise your blood pressure; it's a drag on the economy and it causes a lot of unnecessary pollution. A recent study showed that

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7 Weird and Wonderful Uses For LED Lighting Technology

7 Weird and Wonderful Uses For LED Lighting Technology

It's amazing to think that just a few years ago, many people thought of LEDs as nothing more than the tiny red lights in our laser pointers but my, how the times have changed! With more and more people

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Tokyo Institute of Technology Unveils New Facade Decked Out in 4,500 Solar Panels!

Tokyo Institute of Technology Unveils New Facade Decked Out in 4,500 Solar Panels!

Photo: Eiji Hori for Asahi Shimbun The Tokyo Institute of Technology recently unveiled a shiny new shell made of 4,500 solar panels that allow it to use half of the energy of a similarly-sized

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6 Incredible Inventions Made Possible by Nanotechnology

6 Incredible Inventions Made Possible by Nanotechnology

From water-purifying tea bags to artificial muscles, there have been a plethora of inventions lately made possible through the science of nanotechnology. You might not be able to actually see the

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The Aluminum Recycling Industry Could Be in Trouble Unless New Technology is Adopted

The Aluminum Recycling Industry Could Be in Trouble Unless New Technology is Adopted

About half of all the aluminum used in the United States is being recycled these days, which is great news - but there's a catch. Although a lot of energy is saved in the recycling process -- since it

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3M’s New Nanoparticle Technology Could Make Natural Gas Cars Cheaper and More Attractive

3M’s New Nanoparticle Technology Could Make Natural Gas Cars Cheaper and More Attractive

Gas prices have increased at record levels this month, with prices climbing for 20 days in a row, and as gas prices rise, interest in more fuel efficient vehicles go up as well. Automakers have continued

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Audi’s New R18 E-Tron Quattro Race Car Brings Hybrid Technology to Le Mans

Audi’s New R18 E-Tron Quattro Race Car Brings Hybrid Technology to Le Mans

Audi just unveiled its new R18 E-Tron Quattro race car, which is the world's first world’s Le Mans (LMP1) car to combine an efficient TDI diesel engine with a hybrid system. The R18 E-Tron Quattro is

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Sexy Lotus-Based PG Elektrus EV Combines Classic Style With Sustainable Technology

Sexy Lotus-Based PG Elektrus EV Combines Classic Style With Sustainable Technology

Crossing classic sports car design with sustainable technology, PG launched their sexy new Lotus Elise-based Elektrus PG in Berlin, Germany. This 'premium-segment urbane sports car' was presented by its

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New Mitsubishi Technology Makes Ships More Efficient by Blowing Tiny Air Bubbles

New Mitsubishi Technology Makes Ships More Efficient by Blowing Tiny Air Bubbles

A new technology from Mitsubishi will make large ships more fuel efficient by using tiny air bubbles to reduce the friction of the ship's hull on the water. The company has completed the conceptual design

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VIDEO: Solar Powered Chariot Robot Brings Ancient Rome and Green Technology Together

VIDEO: Solar Powered Chariot Robot Brings Ancient Rome and Green Technology Together

The Maker Faire is a place where weird and wacky inventions are welcomed and championed, which is surely why Bob Schneeveis and Grant Grundler decided to debut their crazy solar powered electric chariot

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Inhabitat’s Top 6 Green Science and Technology Stories of 2011 – Vote for Your Favorite!

Inhabitat’s Top 6 Green Science and Technology Stories of 2011 – Vote for Your Favorite!

2011 was an exciting year for green technology as researchers and innovators around the world broke ground on high-tech gadgets and systems that will help combat global warming, preserve the environment,

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