Panasonic today announced that through collaboration with Professor Emeritus Yoshio Higashiyama of Yamagata University, it has developed a new nanoe X device that generates 100 times more Hydroxyl(OH) radicals than the conventional..
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Samsung today announced the official launch of Galaxy SmartTag+, available starting on April 16. Galaxy SmartTag+, the newest iteration of Samsung’s Galaxy SmartTag, can be attached to everyday items, like a backpack..
Sony Announces Large Format CMOS Image Sensor with Global Shutter Function and Industry’s Highest Effective Pixel Count of 127.68 Megapixels
Sony announced today the upcoming release of a large format 56.73mm diagonal CMOS image sensor IMX661 for industrial equipment with a global shutter function. Sony CMOS image sensor IMX661, features a large..
Bosch has developed a new rapid test for its Vivalytic analysis device to detect the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen. The test provides a reliable result in 39 minutes and is currently the fastest polymerase..
NEC has developed a biometric authentication device that can recognize people even when they are wearing a face mask. The new device scans not only the faces of users, but also their..
Dai Nippon Printing, Japan has developed a palm-sized lighting device that projects various patterns such as arrows, symbols, etc several meters away. The compact projector is expected to be used for evacuation..
Canon today announced the development of a remote-control solution that will allow for operation of the Canon’s interchangeable-lens cameras. Remote operation of cameras has been growing in popularity among photo agencies and..
Mitsubishi Electric has developed a silicon carbide (SiC) power device with what is believed to be the world’s highest power efficiency in a device of its type. The newly-developed unit is designed..
This is the pet owner’s version of a baby monitor. Cats are normally home bound all day and when the family is away or at work for long hours, you could be..
Korea develops high-tech driver monitoring system to prevent major car accidents resulting from sleepy bus drivers
The Korea Transport Safety Authority (TS) has developed a high-tech driver monitoring system to prevent major car accidents resulting from sleepy bus drivers. The high-tech driver monitoring system detects abnormal maneuvers and..