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Displaying items by tag: Laser

Saturday, 28 May 2011 13:32

Hands-on with the Laser EB700 eBook reader

Laser's latest multimedia eBook reader is an easy-to-use multimedia device with a great price and just a few limitations.

Published in Mobile devices

Lexmark has released a raft of SOHO and corporate printers and multifunction devices, including one that replaces a conventional scanner engine with a camera-style system that trims scanning time to as little as three seconds, and others with a massive 10.2in touchscreen control panel.

Fuji Xerox is preparing a major attack on the SOHO market with one or more printers priced below - possibly well below - $400 expected to debut next month.

Published in Home Tech

Silicon chips may soon be able to transmit and process information at extremely high speeds using light, with help from a University of Sydney invention - a new pulsed laser that allows light to be generated on a computer chip.

Published in Development
Sunday, 16 May 2010 00:09

Laser: 50 years old, still tech focused

The word laser was originally the acronym LASER, which stood for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation." Now, fifty years since its invention, we look back to its origin and its future.


Published in Energy
Saturday, 13 February 2010 23:59

U.S. laser beam destroys liquid-fueled missile

The U.S. Air Force  confirmed on Friday, February 12, 2010, that an experimental high-energy, airborne laser system destroyed a liquid-fueled missile while in flight. The successful test was the first time a U.S.-developed laser system has destroyed a boosting-phase missile.

Published in Energy
Saturday, 30 January 2010 04:20

Nuclear fusion capability closer to reality

The world is hoping to be able to produce a clean, efficient, and abundant source of energy in the future. Nuclear fusion seems to be that promised-for energy source, which, so far, we have been unable to harness. However, recently, the U.S. Livermore National Lab inched a step closer with its National Ignition Facility.

Published in Energy
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