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NJIT scientists patent flexible carbon nanotube battery

NJIT scientists patent flexible carbon nanotube battery

Researchers at the New Jersey Institute of Technology have invented and patented a battery so flexible that it can be rolled up and placed in the trunk of your car to power it, reports Phys.org. The invention's many applications run the gamut from large-scale machinery to flexible smartphones. This could go a long way towards making curved-display phones like the LG G Flex and the Galaxy Round more relevant in years to come.

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Dell UltraSharp 32 UP3214Q and UltraSharp 24 U2414H monitors now available

Dell UltraSharp 32 UP3214Q and UltraSharp 24 U2414H monitors now available

The first time we heard about the new Dell UltraSharp 32 UP3214Q monitor was back in July when word of the high-resolution device for surfaced. Dell has now announced that monitor and its UltraSharp 24 U2414H monitor are available to purchase in China right now. Unfortunately, there's no indication of when these high-resolution monitors will be available in the US and other countries.

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Eizo Foris FG2421 240 Hz gaming monitor debuts

Eizo Foris FG2421 240 Hz gaming monitor debuts

Eizo is a company known for making high-quality computer monitors aimed at professional users and the medical industry. The company has announced a new 23.5-inch gaming monitor called the Foris FG2421. The manufacturer claims this is the first monitor aimed at gamers to feature a 240 Hz refresh rate.

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Apple iPad 5 event predictions: iPad mini 2, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro 2013

Apple iPad 5 event predictions: iPad mini 2, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro 2013

Tomorrow morning an Apple event is set to take off bringing on a set of new devices starting, first and foremost, in the iPad arena. The 5th generation iPad is tipped to appear alongside the 2nd generation iPad mini, both of them ready to work with iOS 7 right out of the box. The desktop and mobile laptop environments are also tipped to be getting an update with the MacBook Pro lineup receiving 4th generation Intel Core technology (Haswell) alongside a final push for the Mac Pro 2013 to stores.

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NVIDIA G-Sync module kills gaming monitor tearing

NVIDIA G-Sync module kills gaming monitor tearing

NVIDIA has revealed G-Sync, a new module for gaming monitors that, when used with a GeForce GPU, helps avoid tearing and skipping. The new hardware, shown off by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang at the company's Editor's Day in Montreal, works around the limitations of V-Sync, the system by which monitors currently deal with changing refresh rates, by setting up a path of direct communication between display and graphics card and synchronizing the refresh rate of both together.

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OmniGlass wearable reference design aims to take Glass rivals mass-market

OmniGlass wearable reference design aims to take Glass rivals mass-market

With wearables like Google Glass approaching the consumer market, and predictions that the segment as a whole could be a $50bn business in just a few years time, OmniVision is wading in with a shortcut for companies wanting to launch their own head-mounted computer. Consisting of a tiny head-worn display, camera, and image processor, the OmniGlass reference design is intended to be a one-stop way of putting digital content and augmented reality onto users' faces.

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