New Robot designed to detect Shrapnel

Thanks to the bioengineers of Duke University in North Carolina who have developed a new robot that can locate any tiny and minute pieces of metal within the flesh. Read more →

Ricoh uncovers its compact CX1

Ricoh has just uncovered its latest CMOS compact CX1 that’s been awesomely packed with some nice imaging technologies. Read more →

Panasonic to buy Sanyo

Many knew that it would happen, but it was on late Friday when Panasonic confirmed that it was quite near to buyout rival Sanyo. Read more →

RIM is planning to launch touch-screen BlackBerry in 3rd quarter

TORONTO (Reuters) -According to a report of Wall Street Journal, BlackBerry manufacturer Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) is planning to release a touch-screen model of the wireless e-mail gadget during the 3rd Q. Read more →

In UK, blogging is on increase

In UK, blogging is really hitting the big time. According to some statistic in a week time, one out of every 84 website visits is for a weblog. Read more →

Apple signs new deal to bring more HD TV content to iTunes

To bring high-definition television content to its iTunes Store, at last, Apple has signed a deal with all almost all the major television studios. Read more →

Sony’s Development of High Frame Rate Single Lens

The latest addition from the house of Sony is its great high frame rate single lens 3D camera with high technology that captures one of the greatest natural as well as smooth as well as high quality 3D images coming forth with 240 fps. Read more →

Avatar Come to be the iPhone of Movies

The 3 hour long movie “Avatar” has come to be a massive success with their new screening and showing as a form of bringing a new form of technological entertainment right in front of you. Read more →