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Kevin Bullis, Technology Review’s energy reporter, received a tour of GM’s new battery lab and learned new details about the GM Volt battery pack.
The technologies behind the battery packs for the GM Volt are being tested and could be ready within a year.
Low-intensity, low-frequency ultrasound waves can trigger neural activity in brain tissue. Here, acoustically triggered activity, which spreads through the neural circuit, is shown in the warmer colors (red and yellow).
Google engineers, T.V. Raman, and Charles Chen demonstrate the eyes-free capabilities that can be easily programmed into Android-based applications.
Plastic Logic’s e-reader features a touch-screen interface that lets users organize and search for files and annotate documents.
Researchers at IBM have developed a computer system uses natural language techniques to process a question.
A cheap polymer material increases the power output of methanol fuel cells by 50 percent.
This system, labeled “R” for robot guard, knows to wait behind objects and move in the shadows in order to successfully intercept an intruder (“I”).
A new vision system can identify objects within clutter.
The bacteria propel the machine in different directions.