Plenty of patents get filed every day, from the simplest of ideas, to the most complicated tech yet to be seen. Nokia’s strange patent application is surely going to set the buzz on things with their magnetic vibrating tattoo.

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Save Paper With Toshiba’s Erasable Toner

15 Mar 2012 In: Gadgets

Photocopying has been one of the more cheaper and simpler ways of creating physical copies of documents. It’s not the best paper saver though, especially when misprints have been made. Yes, sure you can use the under side of the misprint, but mess up twice and the paper will go into the recycle bin.

Now with Toshiba Tec‘s erasable toner, you will be able to use the paper up to five times.

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Speaking comes naturally to people, and unless one is disabled, there shouldn’t be any problem with one voicing out opinions and ideas.

Unless of course you were pointed at with this SpeechJammer device.

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Robot Fish That Real Fish Follow

2 Mar 2012 In: Gadgets

In a bout of weird technology, we see humanoid robots that so resemble humans, when put next to them they are difficult to tell apart from their human counterparts. All is clear however, when you start to interact with these robots.

Fish however, seem to be much easier to fool.

A pair of scientists from New York’s Polytechnic Institute have discovered that real fish will follow a robot fish, if it hels them reduce energy during swimming.

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World’s Lightest GPS Watch… By Epson

27 Feb 2012 In: Gadgets

When one thinks of Epson, what comes to mind usually would obviously be printers and projection machines. Watches are not associated with Epson, but with the imminent release of their latest gadget, we may yet think of the company in a different light.

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Spray-On Antenna: Extend Your Signal Anywhere

16 Feb 2012 In: Gadgets

There are plenty of products that come in spray cans, from food items to paint, fragrances to cheese. There’s nothing unique about the spray can, and pretty much everyone’s used one before.

So putting this convenience with increasing your phone signal, Chamtech Enterprises has unveiled the spray-on antenna at Google’s Solve for X recently.

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iModela 3D Milling Machine: Mini 3D Sculptor

9 Feb 2012 In: Gadgets

With more and more interest being generated on 3D printing, there’s still a relatively high hurdle to be crossed, with current 3D printers being still so pricy.

Roland’s new iModela 3D mill will hopefully change this, offering up users the chance to make their own 3D objects at home.

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Downloading files from the Internet is obviously nothing new, in this digital age. Video, audio, text and images can all be uploaded and downloaded as long as one is connected to the web. Putting a twist on this, The Pirate Bay (torrent and magnet link host) has put up a new category known as ‘Physibles’ which allows users to download and print 3D objects of their liking.

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Gadgets are now part and parcel of our lives, especially with portable devices that we are becoming more and more dependent upon. With laptops, smartphones, tablets and cameras are carried around by almost anyone. As single devices however, they function well, but is your smartphone able to allow you the accessibility of a laptop? Or can your tablet take pictures as well as your digital camera?

Chances are, probably not. This is why Fujitsu has come up with this conceptual device, called the Lifebook, which is supposed to integrate all these portable devices into one laptop.

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Next Generation Site-Specific Camouflage

19 Jan 2012 In: Others

Camouflage is indispensable for anyone trying to hide in his surroundings, and it has plenty of applications in the real world. The problem with modern day camouflage is that it does not necessarily work very specifically; it has a limited range and is not made for exact environments.

Special Operations Apps, a software design firm from Wilmington Carolina, aims to change this, with the development of their site-specific camouflage.

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