Our Technological Future – Mixed Bag #19

Have I got some groovy new techstuff for you!

First off, Microsofts new technology that represents the future of computing (and management of… things that need management).DARwIn will be America’s first humanoid RoboCup competitor

My Electric Car is Faster Than Your Ferrari

Video Demonstration of Mobile Tactical High Energy Laser (MTHEL)PAL-V (Flying car)

64MW Solar Installation About To Be Switched On!

Toshiba Matsushita Announces Development of Lightweight LED-Backlit LCD Panels

Rays light up life-like graphics

The Futurist: Hands-On With The Neatest New Nanotech

The Incredible Shrinking Engine

Hydrogen Storage: UNBF Researchers Achieve Technology Breakthrough

New Cell Type Identified in Cancer Development

Solar Plane to Fly Continuously Around Mars

Hair Cells Regeneration – Intercytex

Quantum mechanics may explain how humans smell

The Armed Robots Speak Hebrew

Solar Energy To Be Mainstream Power Source By 2025

Nano Projector

Artificial lymph node transplanted into mice

Catalyst could help turn CO2 into fuel

Teenager achieves nuclear fusion at home

Man Lives Pollution-Free in First Solar-Hydrogen House

Photons Trapped for Record Time

Powerful Little Light: LED With 1,000 Lumens

Molecular Switch Holds Key to Reserve Supply of Muscle Stem Cells

These Boots Were Made for 22 M.P.H.

UNC scientists discover cellular ‘SOS’ signal in response to UV skin damage

County to Vaporize Trash – Poof!

A Single-Photon Server with Just One Atom

‘Almost Human’ by Lee Gutkind (review of book about robot intelligence)

New Weight Loss Drug Acomplia On The Horizon

Is this the fabric of the universe?

Key to memory formation revealed

Scientists Make Ice Hotter Than Boiling Water

8 Signs Google is Planning to Build a National Wireless Network

New Biofuels Process Promises To Meet All U.S. Transportation Needs

Self-Propelled Diodes Could Traverse the Human Body

8 thoughts on “Our Technological Future – Mixed Bag #19

  1. cybrbeast

    Great blog! You do a good job of bundling a whole lot of exciting new technologies.
    I have you bookmarked.

  2. Javier Marti

    I love your blog. I follow it on RSS.
    I think that you should join us as an author at
    Consider yourself officially invited 🙂 by me, Javier, the founder and main editor.

    We are building a really interesting project and better quality people are joining all the time. You are 28, I am 32, and some other contributors are also in their 20s and early 30s.
    They also have blogs and websites and are interesting contacts to have. We are from the US, UK, CZ, PK, India…you name it. Really cool.

    We can’t pay writers for the moment, but I have the impression that you like to help people, and that’s one of the reasons we do it too (we also can make good money with it later)

    Have a look at the Trendirama.com website…
    We started it one month ago and have already 12 articles published and 40 registered authors. We write about The Future.
    It would be great if you write an article there on anything you are passionate about.
    But even if not, congratulations for your blog and thanks for the good reading time I spent here.

    Javier Marti

  3. al fin

    I like your format. It lets you blog when you have time, but you don’t sacrifice information content.

    My blog links to Our Technological Future. Please consider placing a reciprocation link here.

  4. Raptor235

    I love solar power I think over the next few years it’s going to be exploding even more… as performance of solar panels goes up people are going to be adopting it everywhere they can… after all it’s free energy 🙂 BTW here is more solar power information -> Solar Power

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