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Throwback: When Samsung had terrible design

Samsung is a leader in Android smartphone design. The company makes high-end devices that deserve their asking prices. It isn’t afraid to try new innovations, and after many lessons it’s also careful not to alienate fans. The Galaxy S9 phones introduced plenty of new features, but it also took the …

This battery-free cellphone runs on light and radio waves

Who cares about an OLED and a notch when your phone can sip power from its surroundings, allowing you to make calls without ever having to charge your phone.<p>This wild cellphone is part of a Google Faculty Research program and received three U.S. National Science Foundation grants for total …

How do I move music, images, videos and other media to the SD card in my Galaxy device? | Samsung Support IE

You can save room on your device by moving pictures, videos and other files to your SD card.<p><b>Note:</b> the below steps will show you how to move existing …

IBM Gave Birth To Disk Drives 60 Years Ago: This Week In Tech History

September 12, 1958<p>Jack Kilby demonstrates the world’s first integrated circuit to his colleagues at Texas Instruments (TI). From Texas Instruments’ website:<p>Jack Kilby’s first working integrated circuit consisted of a transistor, several resistors, and a capacitor on a sliver of germanium less than …

Smartphone Screens May Be Getting Cheaper, Thinner

The thousands of pixels in smartphones, TVs, and tablet screens mean nothing without a jolt of power to light them up.<p>For nearly 60 years, materials …

Europe agrees to agree with everyone except US what 5G mobile technology should be

China and the European Union have agreed to agree by the end of the year on a working definition for 5G, perhaps the most overused and least understood term in mobile telecommunications.<p>About the only point of agreement so far is that 5G is what we'll all be building or buying after 4G, so any …

What Will The Battleship Of The Future Look Like?

Will there even be battleships in the future?<p>Just like video killed the radio star, airplanes killed the battleship. After a few centuries of innovation, large, gun-firing ships suddenly found themselves in World War II outranged and outmatched by flat-topped vessels with no guns at all. Aircraft …

Military

Samsung teases IoT goodies for IFA

IFA will no doubt be brimming with new handsets for us to get our hands on, but Samsung has already announced latest flagships. Instead, the tech giant is planning to unveil the “future of IoT”, according to its latest teaser video.<p>Unfortunately, the teaser doesn’t give us any hints about exactly …

Mobile Technology

5G network speed defined as 20 Gbps by the ITU

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has agreed on the preliminary definitions for the future 5G standard for mobile networking. A conference in San Diego to decide on the future of the standard was held from June 10th to 18th, where a 12 member delegation sat to draw up the …

Winter Olympics

SK Telecom, Ericsson demo 5G "enabling tech" to boost cell-edge performance

South Korea’s SK Telecom and Swedish supplier Ericsson said they had successfully demonstrated so-called ‘elastic cell’ technology to improve data …

10 technologies made obsolete by Android smartphones

Justin Scott Campbell<p>Smartphones are like the Swiss Army knife of the technology world. They can do a little bit of everything, and you only need to carry one device in your pocket to cover a lot of bases. Technological convergence is about increasing functions and delivering more features in a …

Android Phones

Are you ready for the next chapter of Wi-Fi? Meet 802.11ax

Now that the first wave of 802.11ac Wi-Fi routers and devices are making their way out the door, the Wi-Fi Alliance and the Institute of Electrical …

'Li-fi' via LED light bulb data speed breakthrough

<b>UK researchers say they have achieved data transmission speeds of 10Gbit/s via "li-fi" - wireless internet connectivity using light.</b><p>The researchers used a micro-LED light bulb to transmit 3.5Gbit/s via each of the three primary colours - red, green, blue - that make up white light.<p>This means over …

Top ten hidden YouTube features

YouTube is used by millions of people to watch videos every day, but how many of us really put it through its paces? Here are a few of its hidden gems<p><b>1. Better linking</b><p>If you want to link to a specific point in a video, just right-click the video and select 'Copy video URL at current time'. When …

9 greatest breakthroughs in cell phones

It has been 40 years since the first cell phone call was placed in New York in 1973. It was made by Motorola’s Martin Cooper. In a move that has been echoed by the fierce rivalry in the mobile market ever since, he used the Motorola DynaTAC to call his biggest rival, Joel Engel, who was head of …

AMOLED vs LCD – What is the difference?

Display technology is often a key battleground when it comes to top of the line handsets. But it’s not just display resolution and screen size that you’ll find on a spec sheet, manufactures also list different display types to choose between as well. Often you’ll find that manufactures stick to a …

Phones

Graphene could boost natural gas-powered cars and lead to better beer bottles

Despite being just an atom thick, graphene is nearly impermeable and potentially capable of blocking everything from bullets to minuscule gas …

Revealed: new features for the next generation smartphones

Qualcomm has offered us a look behind the curtain at some of the new features which could be arriving in the next batch of smartphones.<p>Speaking at …

In pursuit of graphene-based electronics, researchers rethink their logic

Graphene, a one-atom-thick sheet of carbon atoms with amazing physical properties, has been touted as the next silicon. Electrons move through it …

Graphene isn’t the only 2D material. Here are a few others that could change material science

Graphene‘s incredible strength, conductivity and flexibility have made it the “it” material of the science world right now. But it is not the only …

How to print from your Android phone or tablet

Android devices can do just about anything these days—though I’m still waiting for the one that makes coffee. They can do everything from storing music to handling massive Word documents. Another great feature is the ability to print from phone or tablet devices.<p>Don’t have a Wi-Fi enabled printer? …

The five reasons why Android is killing Apple

Despite Apple’s best attempts to rejuvenate its stale software, and for all it’s glitz and glamour, I don’t believe that iOS 7 will change the current balance of power. My reasoning: because it fails to address key issues which separate Apple and Android.<p>I know some people will argue that Apple …

Pictures: 5 New World Heritage Sites

Active volcanoes, shifting sand dunes, and fields of glaciers are included in the five newest World Heritage sites.

How Wearable Computing Will Change Everything, Including Apple

Listen, you tech-savvy, trend-resisting cynic you. I want you to stop dismissing wearable computing as a pointless, narcissistic fad.<p>Wearable computing is not for people too lazy to look at their phones. It’s not a trendy toy for wealthy yuppies. And it’s not about joining Robert Scoble in the …

A low-cost, implantable electronic biosensor | Kurzweil

Field effect transistor protein biosensor schematic. A sensing channel connects the source (S) and drain (D) with a reference electrode (RE). When a …

Nanotech

New Hope For Regrowing Severed Limbs, Just Like Lizards' Tails

Pretty good superpower to have, if you ask me.<p>Some lizards and amphibians have the ability to regrow severed tails or limbs--in fact, the blue-tailed skink abandons its tail intentionally to distract predators. But humans, despite our amazing advancements in the field of spying on each other, are …

When it comes to exoplanets, science fiction lags way behind science

Sometimes scientific reality surpasses science fiction. That's especially the case today, given all the planets we've discovered beyond our solar …

Science Fiction

Microsoft patent application details use of human bodies for inhuman data transmissions

While we know the human body is capable of generating electricity, we never quite thought of it as a data transmission channel like this Microsoft patent application suggests. According to the document, the folks up in Redmond would like to be able to transfer information from one electronic device …

10 Mind-Bending Discoveries In Physics

The study of physics is the study of the universe—and more specifically, just how the hell the universe works. It is without a doubt the most …