Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, designed a wireless antenna that channels signals along human skin could broadcast signals over your body to connect up medical implants or portable gadgets. The new power-efficient approach could make more of established medical devices like pacemakers [...]
AMD – a leading purveyor of advance silicon modules – has introduced a new Energy Efficient AMD Athlon X2 4850e dual-core processor. At 45 watts, this latest central processing unit enables OEMs to offer differentiated solutions and facilitates higher conductivity for miniaturization and better usability of CPU form factors.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota studying bacteria capable of generating electricity have discovered that riboflavin (commonly known as vitamin B-2) is responsible for much of the energy produced by these organisms.
Wireless energy transfer has been thought about for decades by scientists all over the world. There were many experiments done and some are successfully till some extent.
In 2007, US researchers have successfully tested an experimental system to deliver power to devices without the need for wires.
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