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Nokia uses a bolt of lightning to charge Lumia 925 30/09/2013

The possibilities presented by wireless charging are pretty exciting. But imagine if you could charge your phone simply by harnessing the natural power of lightning.

Mobile phone giant Nokia has been working with the University of Southampton to do just that, and the results are pretty astonishing. In tests undertaken at Southampton's high voltage laboratory, the collaborators were able to use an ...
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The feminist agenda 25/06/2013

The decision to choose Sir Winston Churchill to feature on the new £5 note instead of ...

Work ethic? What work ethic? 24/05/2013

The majority of people surveyed for a recent IMechE poll said young people don't have the ...
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Hunt on for next Steve Jobs 01/10/2012

Reports are out that TV mogul Simon Cowell is teaming up with Black Eyed Peas star ...

Bloodhound edu centre launches 31/05/2011

The UK's first Bloodhound Education Centre opened its doors on Friday in Manchester, with ...

Unified ORACLE/CEEFAX proposed 15/04/2011

In 1974, the BBC launched the world's first teletext system.

Sony reveals U.K. plans 25/03/2011

With the burgeoning television market now offering consumers thinner, wider and sleeker ...

GIM/Honeywell joint mcu 18/03/2011

New Electronics archive: March 18 1975

Intel samples 32-bit micro 11/03/2011

New Electronics archive: March 1981

NRDC supports Plessey SPC 04/03/2011

Plessey Semiconductor was founded in 1917 in Marylebone, central London. The original ...

Intelligent hand-held games 25/02/2011

In 1979, New Electronics reported on one of the earliest handheld games - the ...

embedded world zone launches 17/02/2011

The embedded world Exhibition & Conference is the world´s biggest exhibition of its kind ...

Researchers create illusion 16/11/2010

Sci-fi fans may be excited to know that researchers at Imperial College London are ...