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from The Huffington Post

Will This Stunning 'Transparent' Phone Change The World Of Tech?

from PCMAG

Researchers Test Stretchable Battery for Flexible Devices

Flexible Battery has recently been tested that can be stretched about 3 times its size without losing performance. Technological advances in batteries are extremely rare, but hopefully in the near future we will be experiencing many.

From FrogDesign, a concept mask for not only emulating the sound and sight of an experience, but also smell and air quality to give a more in depth experience. many things like this are in development with one or two actually available now.

from Fast Company

Will Smart Contact Lenses Be the Bluetooth Headsets of the Future?

Imagine instant access to the latest market segment information at a meeting, or seeing the fourth quarter earnings for a company in (literally) the blink of an eye. Although it might sound like something from a science fiction novel, scientists at the University of Washington are working on solar powered contact lenses with transparent LEDs embedded onto the lens. This technology could be applied in countless ways, from health monitoring to text translation right in front of the wearer's…

New tumble drier design uses an evaporation technique rather than heat to dry clothes. This means that clothes are dried with less damage caused, and with less energy as well so it costs less too!


Swedish Super Helmet Helps Firefighters See Through Smoke

This Swedish designed helmet can help fire-fighters see through smoke. Wearable tech is always making leaps forwards nowadays and is a very exciting area of development.

Israeli startup StoreDot has showcased a prototype of a new smartphone battery that can recharge completely in just under 30 seconds! This technology could also help make dreams of a quickly rechargeable electric car a reality.

from Ubergizmo

Self Contained Breathing Apparatus Would Be A Boon To Firefighters

Self contained breathing apparatus that has loads of features firefighters would love. These developments are really interesting because up until I've seen them, they have just been accepted as being impossible and things of science fiction.