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Go back to school with gear for your off-hours: Party video games, MP3 light shows, VR headsets and more. Make your room the place to be.
Tokyo (Japan) - If there is one place in the world that any gadget-electronic freak should go to, that is Akihabara district in Tokyo.
Gadget lovers will have one more thing to worry about because the Transportation Department has issued new rules that greatly restrict lithium-ion batteries on airplanes.
Throwing its hat into the limited Vista gadget arena, WeatherBug today announced that it has received certification from the new Windows operating system for a desktop weather application.
Microscopic chain mail made from miniscule metal links has been made by US researchers. It could ultimately be used to create textiles with sensors and other electronics built in.
One of the big changes to the interface in Windows Vista is the addition of Mac OS-like gadgets, which offer increased functionality for the dekstop screen.
Gadgets and gizmos designed to astound the senses are the highlights of the SIGGRAPH 2006 computer graphics conference, which opened in Boston, US, on Monday.
A method of sorting carbon nanotubes by their size and electrical properties could make them easier to use in everything from nano-electronics to tear-proof textiles.
The boffins at Sony's Tokyo labs are working on a clever way to get bulky electronic devices into small pockets.
A hydrogen fuel cell that uses enzymes instead of expensive metal catalysts to drive chemical reactions has been developed by UK researchers.