Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Picks Chennai-Bengaluru Route For India Debut, 30 Minutes Will Be The Travel Time

Chennai to Bengaluru in 30 minutes! No, this is not a figment of the imagination or a video game, but a proposed mode of transport. The brainchild of Elon Musk, HyperLoop One proposes to propel people in travel pods at 1,200kmph through a tube propped up on concrete pillars. The pod or train is able to
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Google Launched Fiber Phone

The search giant Google recently announced “Fiber Phone“, and it is a new way to stay always connected through the internet based cloud service because it’s like having Google Voice in your home. With Fiber Phone, you can make unlimited calls anywhere you want, even it includes international calls as well, in just $ 10 per month.
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The Internet of Very Cold Things: Sigfox extends its low-power radio network to Antarctica

Sigfox, operator of a low-power, wide-area radio network for the Internet of Things, expects to be connecting objects on every continent by year-end, and has just checked off the most challenging of those: Antarctica. The company’s first base station in the southern hemisphere could be a little further south, but not by much: It’s at
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What your TV will look like in the future – OLED Technology

LG Display will use this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to showcase a prototype display technology that can be rolled up. The OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology is “the world’s first 30R 18-inch rollable display that can be rolled-up like a newspaper,” according to a press release from LG Display. OLEDs
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Material Splits Water Molecule to Make Fuel

A new material inspired by the way plants convert sunlight into energy is capable of absorbing sunlight and then using it to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. The advance could pave the way for a large and inexpensive supply of clean energy in the future. 11 Bizarre Sources For Alternative Energy “Finding a material
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Apple patents its Drop Protection Mechanism That Changes Device Angle In Freefall

Apple has a new patent granted by the USPTO today (via AppleInsider), which describes a system that can actually re-orient an iPhone during freefall, changing the angle of its eventual impact with the ground after first determining how best to shift it to make sure the fall does as little damage as possible. The patent
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