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  • Bluetooth-equipped Mini Data Logger for Ambient and Clothing Research

    The small data logger is designed to receive pre-calibrated humidity and temperature sensors.

  • Robot Kits for Christmas

    A look at some of the coolest DIY robot kits out there — most of which you can probably get your hands on before Christmas.

  • Piezoelectric Pathway to Help Power NASA Visitor Complex

    An outdoor footpath at NASA Kennedy Space Center’s Visitor Complex will demonstrate applications of piezoelectric technology.

  • Apple Addresses 'Throttling' Concern

    Apple has addressed users' longstanding suspicions that their older smartphones are being "throttled," or intentionally slowed down.

  • Watch: Hybrid Underwater Drone for Multiple Missions

    The new Integra from Aquabotix is a second-generation hybrid that can function both as an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) and as a remotely-operated vehicle (ROV).

  • Video: Magna to Showcase EtelligentDrive Systems at CES 2018

    The company's e1 demonstration concept vehicle will be used to demonstrate different electric-drive concepts and systems.

  • Watch: Data Glove for AR/VR Applications Debuted at CES 2018

    BeBop Sensors Inc. will introduce their Forte Wireless Data Glove at their booth at CES 2018.

  • New Technique Observes Charging Rate of Lithium-ion Batteries

    Researchers have developed a new technique that provides a unique insight into how the charging rate of lithium-ion batteries could be a factor that is limiting their lifetime and safety.

  • Battery Research Could Triple the Range Electric Vehicles Can Travel

    New research at the University of Waterloo could lead to the development of batteries that triple the range of electric vehicles.

  • Scrabble-Playing Robot, Portable Pesticide Detector and More Displayed at CES 2018

    The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) is inviting attendees of the CES 2018 convention to play Scrabble with their robot, use a handheld pesticide detector while washing fruit and vegetables and view nine new artificial intelligence, robotics, smart city and battery technologies.

  • Microchip Introduces a Single-Wire EEPROM for Remote Identification

    Microchip has introduced a new Serial EEPROM. The new device utilizes a single-wire bus using only two pins to access the device: SI/O and GRN. The first pin (SI/O) is a line that combines power and data, providing the needed power to the device and the management of the data.

  • Researchers Can Generate Electricity from Low-Cost Biomaterial

    Mobile phone speakers and motion detectors in cars and video games may soon be powered by electrically generated from low cost and sustainable biomaterials, according to research carried out at the University of Limerick (UL), Ireland.

  • Army Scientists are Researching Ways to Improve Batteries

    A team of U.S. Army scientists is working on developing more efficient batteries.

  • ChemSEI Extends Life of Lithium Batteries

    ITRI’s new ChemSEI Linker can extend the lifespan of lithium batteries, increases battery life up to 70 percent and makes lithium batteries easier to recycle.

  • Solar Power Puts the Petal to the Metal

    Looking at solar energy as an alternative energy source but solar panels are just too ugly? The ultra-cute SmartFlower has 12 solar panel petals, and it’s plug-and-play.

  • Researchers Developed Faster, Longer-Lasting Batteries

    New battery prototype is an “all-solid-state” and has the potential to store more energy while maintaining high safety and reliability levels. Further, the battery is based on sodium, a cheap alternative to lithium.

  • Robots to Put Under the Christmas Tree

    Just in time for the holidays, a look at some of the robot toys out there. This is our article on fully assembled mechanical marvels -- stay tuned for a separate article on DIY robot kits.

  • Sager Electronics and RRC Power Solutions Sign Distribution Agreement

    The full offering of RRC Power Solutions smart lithium-ion batteries and chargers are now in stock at Sager Electronics.

  • How to Extend Your Drone's Battery Life

    Quadcopters typically have a battery life of about 15 to 30 minutes. There are a number of factors that impact battery life, primarily the battery type and energy density and the weight and efficiency of the aircraft.

  • Selecting the Best Power Source for Giant Robots

    Aside from research by NASA, who is investigating the feasibility of harnessing energy from antimatter reactions, powering a robot on the scale of science fictional characters like the Iron Giant or Voltron is nearly impossible. Doubling the size of the robot increases its weight tenfold and even the power requirements for today’s giant robot, a six-axis industrial robot with a massive reach of just over 15 feet, surpasses the capabilities of traditional power sources.

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