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BATBAND Ear-Free Headset Works Via Bone Conduction

An interesting project presented by Studio Banana Things wants to create ear-free headphones. Batband is a headset that works on bone conduction technology to free your ears to the sounds around you while still listening to music or having a phone conversation. 228 more words


The Amazing Ways NASA Uses Big Data

Written by: Bernard Marr

“Billions and billions…”

It’s a phrase made famous by physicist Carl Sagan on his popular Cosmos TV show, and he was referring to the number of stars in our universe. 715 more words


Emerson Enardo relief valves get WirelessHART communications

Emerson acquired Enardo, a manufacturer of pressure and vacuum relief valves based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in late 2013. This week saw the launch of a new wireless enabled version of the Enardo pressure and vacuum relief and safety valve used on storage tanks in the oil and gas, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries. 270 more words

Oil And Gas Industry

A New Kind of Wi-Fi That Uses 10,000 Times Less Power

Wi-fi is already a very great thing. Problem is—especially for mobile devices—wi-fi is also an energy suck. But now, scientists have come up with a way of connecting to wi-fi that requires even less energy than a Bluetooth connection. 324 more words


TECH Alcatel-Lucent Brings IP Routing Software To Better Cloud Services

Alcatel-Lucent is delivering the industry’s most complete IP edge routing software portfolio built to meet the demands of any carrier cloud environment. The Alcatel-Lucent Virtualized Service Router (VSR) is an extensive suite of software applications that will allow IP networks and services to scale flexibly as demand grows.   193 more words


Arduino GPS Map Navigation System

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Built on the basis of Arduino UNO, GPS, SD card, TFT, GPS map navigation system is to obtain the real-time position information via GPS, to send it to UNO for calculation, according to the calculating results, and teamed up with the map file stored in SD card, thus presenting the position on TFT. 180 more words


Tokyo Institute of Technology and Fujitsu Achieve Wireless Transmission Speeds of 56 Gbps, World's Fastest

“Tokyo Institute of Technology and Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today (1 February 2016) announced that, in an effort to further enlarge the capacity of wireless equipment, they have developed a CMOS wireless transceiver chip that can process signals at high speeds with little loss across a broad range of frequencies, from 72 to 100 gigahertz (GHz). 61 more words