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Pentagon joins Silicon Valley in 'flexible' tech hub
The Pentagon is building a tech hub in Silicon Valley to help create new gadgetry for the supersoldiers of the future as well as tech-savvy consumers.
Samsung, LG agree to end legal feuds
Samsung and LG agreed to end all pending legal disputes that had seen the South Korean electronics rivals accuse each other of stealing technology and vandalising products.
Neil Young brings high-res music player to the masses
Rock star Neil Young announced his high-resolution music player Pono to the general public after delivering some 20,000 devices to Kickstarter supporters.
LG out to clean up with first-ever Twin clothes washer
LG Electronics promised to take some of the hassle out of doing laundry with a first-ever washing machine setup.
LG offices raided over suspected washing machine vandalism
South Korean prosecutors raided the Seoul headquarters of LG Electronics following allegations that the firm's executives vandalised their rival Samsung's washing machines.
'Super' battery being developed in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstani scientists have developed a battery with a capacity times higher than in those currently available.
Bose and Beats end beef over headphone patents
Audio technology veteran Bose Corporation and Beats Electronics called a ceasefire in a lawsuit over patented technology for canceling noise in earphones.
UN to help Kazakhstan develop e-government
United Nations will help Kazakhstan to develop electronic government as Kazakh government ratifies agreement on cooperation.
Electronics giant Philips to split in historic move
Philips said Tuesday it would split the 120-year-old Dutch giant in two.
E-cigarettes should be banned for minors: US heart assn
E-cigarettes should be subject to the same regulations as cigarettes and should not be sold to minors.
Octopus inspires new camouflage material
The octopus's ability to camouflage itself has inspired a new kind of thin, flexible fabric that can automatically match patterns.
Abramovich co-invests in Israeli StoreDot with Kazakhstan's Rakishev
Russian businessman Roman Abramovich has invested $10 million into an Israeli start-up StoreDot, a bio-organic materials based electronics developer.
World No Tobacco Day: WHO urged not to snuff out e-cig
The e-cigarette was pushed centre stage ahead of World No Tobacco Day, with doctors and policy experts urging the UN's health agency to embrace the gadget as a life saver.
US classic 'To Kill a Mockingbird' to appear as e-book
The Pulitzer Prize-winning US classic "To Kill a Mockingbird" will appear as an e-book for the first time this summer, publishing house HarperCollins said.
Singaporeans defy ban on e-cigarettes
Singaporeans are defying a ban on electronic cigarettes despite stiff fines for distributors and smugglers, health authorities said.
Toshiba unveils disease-detecting breathalyser
Japan's Toshiba on Tuesday unveiled a breathalyser which it says can detect a wide range of diseases just 30 seconds after users blow into the machine.
Tech worn in your socks... and the rest of the body
There's a sensor in a bra, in your socks, on your wrist, attached to your chest, in the ears: wearable tech is spreading all over the body.
Apple wins court battle against Samsung
South Korea's Samsung on Thursday lost its latest claim in a long-running global copyright battle against bitter rival Apple, a surprise blow to the electronics giant in its home market.
Japan's Panasonic to sell chip plants to Israeli firm: report
Japan's Panasonic is nearing a deal to sell three domestic semiconductor plants to an Israeli company as it presses ahead with a move to cut money-losing operations, a report said Wednesday.
EU follows US in allowing portable electronics in-flight
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said Wednesday it will allow passengers to use a range of mobile electronic devices in flight with very few restrictions.
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