Tiny, flexible batteries have the potential to power a wide variety of bionic devices in human bodies
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Who says necessity is not the mother of invention in the New Normal. While a tiny fraction of the Japanese population is enjoying the transitory effects of Abe's latest reflating "wealth effect" policy (even as China has made it clear said policy will end quite soon), the bigger problem for Japan is that even sooner, more and more of it will be reliant on hamster wheels to...
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Authorities found a body and a bag of improvised explosive devices in a dormitory at the University of Central Florida early Monday, prompting class cancellations until at least noon, a spokesman said.
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Unexpected heat and equipment failures knocked out electric power to eastern Berks County along the Route 422 corridor for the second time today. Met-Ed spokeswoman Karen Baxter said the heat caused many more customers to fire up their air condition...
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Power, water run low as heat wave hits much of India; angry citizens set fire, take hostages
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The Heat continue to win, stay on top of the South Jersey Times NBA Power Rankings.
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To assess which teams have the best chance to beat the Miami Heat, we imagined each of the playoff contenders as cooling devices, likening each one to a gadget or appliance that you might use to bring down the temperature.
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The Miami Heat hold on to the top spot in the South Jersey Times NBA Power Rankings.
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Until now it's mainly been Samsung beating the drum for oddly-shaped phone technology with its flexible displays, but Apple may soon join in if two recently unearthed patents are any indication.The Apple patents (1 and 2) in question are titled "curved battery cells for portable electronic devices" and "non-rectangular batteries for portable electronic devices."Unearthed by...
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A blistering heat wave has caused massive power cuts and water shortages across much of north and western India, and some people are taking to the streets to express their anger with the government.
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