Sanyo’s Gopan, a machine that bakes bread from rice, has been such a smash hit since its November debut that the manufacturer has had to stop taking orders. The Gopan represents seven..
Monthly Archives: December 2010
Samsung announced today the launch of the NX11 – the latest addition to the highly successful NX family of cameras. The Samsung NX11 is an upgraded model based on the NX10, compatible..
At the 2011 CES in Las Vegas, LG will unveil the LW6500, a CINEMA 3DTM TV designed to take 3D TV to new heights of brightness and clarity. The LG LW6500’s outstanding..
NEC succeeds in the World’s First Simulation-based Prediction of Photochemical Reactions inside Carbon Nanotubes
NEC announced today that it succeeded in the world’s first simulation-based prediction of laser-induced photochemical reactions that can efficiently eject a hydrogen atom from a hydrogen chloride molecule trapped inside a carbon..
Thermaltake announced the launch of world’s first storage enclosure solution with dual-fan design- Thermaltake Max 5G. With the dual 80mm fans, the Max 5G can effectively exhaust heat out of the storage..
Suzuki today announced the launch of the new Solio, a compact wagon in Japan. The new Suzuki Solio reflects a concept of developing a tall, compact wagon that’s fun to drive, user-friendly,..
LG will unveil the 72-inch LZ9700, the world’s largest FULL LED-backlight LCD 3D TV (FULL LED 3D TV) at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. Fitted with LG’s innovative FULL LED technology, the..
Kyocera’s original decorative material Kyoto Opal is being used in various new applications including designer chopsticks, and traditional Japanese ornaments used as key rings and decorative straps for mobile phones. Kyocera’s Kyoto..
Pantech Vega Xpress-Worlds first Android Phone with DDR2 memory offers PC-level speed Internet browsing
Pantech the third largest mobile handset maker in South Korea, behind Samsung and LG Group today introduced a DDR2 memory smartphone, called Vega Xpress for KT and LG Uplus customers. The utilization..
Wheelchair made of bamboo allows passengers to pass through security checks without setting off metal detectors in Japan
Yesterday Japan Airlines announced a service to lend wheelchairs made of bamboo so passengers needing them can pass through security checks without setting off metal detectors. Passengers in wheelchairs have long complained..