Communicating with submarines under the surface of the water has always been tricky. How do you stay in contact without having to surface? The Navy believes that a form of text messaging may be the answer.
American automobile manufacturer Chrysler has plans to equip its cars with a system that will enable people to surf the internet while driving.
The UConnect Web system is what the company says can bring wireless internet access to cars’ dashboards.
The largest study of its kind has unexpectedly concluded that smoking marijuana, even regularly and heavily, does not lead to lung cancer.
The new findings “were against our expectations,” said Donald Tashkin of the University of California at Los Angeles, a pulmonologist who has studied marijuana for 30 years.
Future cell phones may act as a mobile tourist guide, and provide tourists with information on whatever they see while journeying.
The target seems achievable with an eye-Phone technology that emerged as a regional winner in the European Satellite Navigation Competition, sponsored by ESA’s Technology Transfer Programme, recently.
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From the Times Online comes this article about the next generation Internet with lightning-fast download speed, and a whole new perspective on future capabilities.