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Posts Tagged ‘Surfaces’

3M CP45 Camcorder Projector

3M has released CP45 Camcorder Projector, which is an all in one pocket camcorder, camera and projector for those who want to share things on the move. The 3M CP45 Camcorder Projector allows users to capture images as well as record high definition videos. It also acts as a mini mobile projector to display the […]

Samsung announces Galaxy Xcover rugged Android phone

Currently, the Motorola Defy is the very popular rugged Android smartphone. To compete with this smartphone, Samsung Germany has recently announced to introduce a new Android Smartphone to its Galaxy range – the Samsung Galaxy Xcover. The Samsung Galaxy Xcover runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. The Samsung Galaxy Xcover comes with a […]

Curtains And Pyjamas To Become Weapons Against Superbugs

Intensive cleaning takes place on a hospital ward Photo: Rii Schroer

From The Telegraph:

Hospital curtains, bedding, and even patients’ pyjamas could become weapons in the war against hospital superbugs.

A study has found that an antimicrobial treatment, which could be incorporated into dozens of surfaces on the ward, can kill MRSA on contact, reducing the risk of infection between patients.

Scientists hailed the discovery by researchers from Imperial College London as a “very significant” step in the war on hospital superbugs which kill 10,000 people a year.


250 DVDs In A Quarter-Sized Device — Coming Soon?

“I expect that the new method we developed will transform the microelectronic and storage industries, and open up vistas for entirely new applications,” said co-lead investigator Thomas Russell.

From NBC Bay Area News:

A new technique developed by scientists at UC Berkeley and University of Massachusetts Amherst may drastically increase the ability of devices to store things.

Cal officials called the technique “innovative and easily implemented,” on Thursday.

The method lets microscopic nanoscale elements precisely assemble themselves over large surfaces.

Scientists said the technique could soon open doors to dramatic improvements in the data storage capacity of electronic media.