The Modai concept phone, from Julius Tarng, is a pretty cute design and the phone appears to have a mind of its own.
Below are presented most remarkable hi-tech innovations of 2011. The innovative device allows for using the most required entertainment options in a single box. Built-in Chrome browser will make the entire internet available on the TV’s large LCD screen. Ming-Zher Poh and Dan McDuff have developed a medical mirror which is able to tell your heartbeat without any clips connected to your body. A large framed mirror is equipped with a special webcam located behind the two-way glass.
Apple is reportedly gearing up to switch to a new display technology for the launch of its infinitely-hyped iPad 3.
Chinese train manufacturer CSR Corp Ltd. has presented a new 500 km/h (310 mph) high-speed train. The world largest high-speed train consists of six cars, has a futuristic shape and a maximum tractive power of 22,800 kilowatts. The design of the train is inspired by the ancient Chinese sword. It is built of a plastic reinforced with carbon fibre and magnesium alloy for reducing weight and increasing the maximum speed of travel.
iPen, developed by Cregle Inc. and advertised as the first active stylus for the iPad, will allow users to write on the iPad as though they were using a high-quality ball-point pen.
In January at CES 2012, ViewSonic will introduce a new 9.7-inch tab, which is likely to compete with the iPad. Model ViewPad 97a has at its disposal a 9.7-inch IPS screen with resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.
German company released a new companion application, called Tizi Remote, which lets you use your iPhone or iPod touch as a remote for the Tizi.
Sony Corporation and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced that the two companies have signed agreements to transition the current business relationship with respect to LCD panels.
Industrial design engineer Sanne – Marye Huijing introduces new Night Vision glasses that will extend the horizons of sight in the dark.