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The concept of contact lens: 1 - LED microchip, 2 – power receiver and control circuitry, 3 - antenna, 4 – and interconnects, 5 - transparent polymer, 6 - system to project virtual images perceivable by the eye retina

It becomes closer the day when we can read the mail and watch movies with the closed eyes. A group of the U.S. and Finland scientists has conducted successful testing of the world's first contact lens with built-in display and power receiver on the rabbits. According to researchers, the rabbits did not have any side effects and the eyesight was not damaged.

The testing on mammals is a one of the steps of costly testing process of new drugs. The first version of the contact lenses contain only one illuminating LED-pixel, but display resolution will gradually increase, and in a couple of decades certainly will get to the HD level.
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xially 26 november 2011, 12:00

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Once I have watched a movie about the computer hackers who have received an access to control the power system, water system and the road navigation of some city (or country). As far as I remember, the attackers nearly destroyed the control system of the entire country, because they had all the controls. The movie was shown at the beginning of 2000, so all that was interpreted as a science fiction. But the ideas that were shown in the movie gradually begin to be embodied by the real criminals. Thus, recently it became known that the unknown people managed to take control of U.S. public water system by remotely accessing one of the water treatment facilities and controlled the equipment.
Tags: hack, security, USA
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ZimerMan 25 november 2011, 16:24

While Google is shutting down Nexus One and some of its services like Knol, the smartphone vendors think what features can be added to the Ice Cream Sandwich updates for the devices and (is it worth to make those updates at all?), XDA-Developers adapted ICS to the first Google Phone - HTC Dream. It came out ok for such an old device.



Here are the device’s features for those who have forgotten. Apparently, the developers keep on doing a quite workable integration of this first alpha.
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Skull 25 november 2011, 12:38

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It is logical to assume that after the spectacular success of the first Orange San Francisco should appear the next version of this smartphone. Now this happened: the second version of San Francisco has already been certified by Bluetooth. The smartphone will continue to make ZTE, and most likely this handset will be called ZTE Crescent outside the United Kingdom. Besides one photograph and the information that there will be Bluetooth as well became available the innovative features of the future smartphone.
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Killer 23 november 2011, 13:40

The French are preparing to release a little book, which is attached to a paper balloon, and the iPad application allows flying on this balloon, controlling the direction and force of the wind.

It is evident that they are actively concerned with new interacting ways with technology. In addition to the toy they have “Rorschach cards”, “(i)Pirates” with less traditional augmented reality and the source coded “The Night of the Living Dead Pixels”.
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Papay 22 november 2011, 13:14

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Recently they have introduced new look to YouTube, but according to Google’s tradition only the élite can see new design changes.

To experience the new YouTube Look, you have to do a few simple tricks!
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KlauS 21 november 2011, 12:35

imagePREDICTION: Apple to release iPhone 5 on October 4 and start shipping by the end of October.

Apple reportedly plans to release the golden master of iOS 5, its forthcoming operating system update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, to its overseas assemblers at some point between September 23 and September 30, on time for a mid-October launch of a fifth-generation iPhone.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed to AppleInsider on Monday that the new iPhone and iPod touch went into mass production in late August, and assemblers are currently scheduled to receive the golden master of iOS 5 the week of September 30. Typically, a golden master version of software is identical to the code that eventually becomes the final release to the public.
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Masyk 13 september 2011, 5:26

If you remember, Marty McFly worn Nike Mags in Back to the Future II. What could be better than auto lacing shoes? Nike thought so as well and patented these precious ideas. Now comes year 2011 and Nike finally releases Nike Mag.

But sadly commercial says that we'll see a real tech only in 2015, but for now you can buy a pair of Nike Mags with blinking lights which last for 4 hours on one charge. Availability of 1500 pairs auctioned on eBay and donated to the Michael J. Fox. One pair can go as high as $3000-$35000.


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Masyk 13 september 2011, 4:59
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