Wednesday, January 14, 2009Man-made photosynthesis looking to change the world
Details are scarce on this one, but sources in Japan are reporting that Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings is seriously engaged in research that aims to move the chemical industry away from oil dependence towards a future based on something altogether more illuminating.
Friday, May 16, 2008Spreadable electronics mean OLED TVs may power themselves
Not satisfied with a future vision that already includes flexible screens and wafer-thin phones, a pair of Japanese companies has pushed the envelope to come up with far-fetched gadgets that do all of the above without ever going near a power socket.
Thursday, May 01, 2008Smaller hydrogen pumps mean more fuel-cell cars
Alternative fuel is all very well, but it’s pretty damn hopeless, regardless of good intentions, when all you can get on Main Street is regular gasoline by the liter.
Thursday, December 06, 2007Digital watermark punishes cinemas, not their evil cam-copying customers
Wednesday, October 03, 2007Japanese trains beaming RFID info to passengers on the go
Those funky little RFID chips embedded in almost all new Japanese phones just learned another trick to add to a growing repertoire that already includes e-cash, train and bus tickets and e-credit cards, with the introduction of a handy new technology from Mitsubishi.
Tuesday, April 17, 2007Japan’s gym gear learns to speak Bluetooth
Those of us happy to lead a quiet, perhaps even sedentary, life could be in for a jolt, as gym-going fitness freaks are about to get an even larger stick with which to beat us…
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