Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


Yolk-and-shell nanoparticle could boost capacity in lithium-ion batteries

Yolk-and-shell nanoparticle could boost capacity in lithium-ion batteries

The technology world is ever changing and one of the fastest changing parts of the tech world are screen resolutions. It seems every time we look up resolutions are getting higher. One important aspect of the tech world for products of all types that hasn't evolved as fast as consumers would like is battery life. A new nanoparticle called the yolk-and-shell nanoparticle could usher in a new era of lithium-ion batteries.

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EFF launches Privacy Badger 1.0 browser extension

EFF launches Privacy Badger 1.0 browser extension

The EFF has launched a new browser extension that is designed to stop data collection via cookies and other hidden trackers when you surf the web. The new browser extension is called Privacy Badger 1.0 and it aims to keep you from being spied on as you surf the web. Privacy Badger has been available in alpha and beta forms for a while.

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Everdisplay shows off 6-inch AMOLED with 4K resolution

Everdisplay shows off 6-inch AMOLED with 4K resolution

Displays for mobile phones and tablets are constantly growing to higher resolution offerings. A Chinese firm called Everdisplay has unveiled a new screen aimed that is one of the first displays at 6-inches in size with a native 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. Not only is the screen big and high resolution, it also has high pixel density.

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Ford develops screen to keep spiders out of your car

Ford develops screen to keep spiders out of your car

If you are one of the hoards of people out there who are afraid of spiders, Ford has some great news for you. I'm sure we have all seen a spider sitting carelessly on the dash of a car at one time or other. The spiders make their way into the car by crawling into vents and ducts form the outside of the car. Spiders can also cause issues with car systems such as fuel vapor lines by building dense webs inside them.

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Apple Music woos 11 million users to trial

Apple Music woos 11 million users to trial

It's been a month since Apple rolled out its music streaming service. Apple Music offered potential subscribers a free trial membership to try the streaming service to see if they like it. The numbers are in and 11 million people took advantage of that trial according to Apple executives. Out of those 11 million users, 2 million of those users signed up for the family plan costing $14.99 monthly.

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