Samsung Electronics and South Korean mobile operator SK Telecom plan to demonstrate next week research into future “5G” wireless and data transmission at 7.55Gbps. The two companies, which formed a research and development agreement on 5G wireless in October, will show the technology at the Mobile World Congress expo in Barcelona. The annual event, the… Read More »
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How does a battery work? Does it store electric charge? No. Here is a model that explains the workings of a battery. The post A Battery Doesn’t Store Charge, But How Does It Work? appeared first on WIRED.
The plastic elements look like ropes made out of Play-doh. The post A Novel Furniture Idea: Squeeze It From a Tube appeared first on WIRED.
Barclays bank enables consumers to make payments using their Twitter name, using the bank’s Pingit mobile banking app
The Sahara Desert is huge, hot, and full of sand and dust. The Amazon basin is huge, warm, but full of greenery and wildlife. And one can’t live without the other. The Amazon, it seems, depends on the Sahara for its very survival. The link: Dust. Specifically, phosphorous and other nutrients, kicked up by the… Read More »
The Bowers & Wilkins T7 speaker isn’t a failure, but it is not the stunning success one would expect to see from this high-end audio brand. The post Review: Bowers & Wilkins T7 Bluetooth Speaker appeared first on WIRED.
The world’s largest maker of Sim cards, Gemalto, says it has “reasonable grounds” to believe it was hacked by UK and US spy agencies in 2010 and 2011
Oracle licence contracts are unclear on soft partitioning so CIOs need to get to the licence negotiation table to extract the best deal
SSE Enterprise Telecoms joins forces with brightsolid and Tampnet to support datacentre connectivity for the oil and gas industry