Best Battery Life Phone Technology

A game-changing battery is close to becoming a reality… but not for phones just yet

By on March 16, 2015 at 10:15 PM.

A game-changing battery is close to becoming a reality… but not for phones just yet

Everyone wants to have better battery life on their gadgets and one company that’s been working on game-changing battery technology just got a huge vote of confidence from home appliance vendor Dyson. As Technology Review reports, Dyson has agreed to use batteries designed by startup Sakti3 in its products as part of a $15 million investment in the battery tech company. More →

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Jake Dyson Aerial Light

A lamp that lasts 40 years will debut in May

By on December 30, 2014 at 5:30 PM.

A lamp that lasts 40 years will debut in May

For nearly a century, lightbulbs have been the poster child of planned obsolescence. Manufacturers have been accused of deliberately designing products that only last months or years — and there is even evidence that a formal cartel called Pheobus existed in 1920s and ’30s. More →

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Dyson Robot Vacuum Cleaner

Teaser video suggests Dyson’s new robot vacuum cleaner may spy on you at all times

By on August 28, 2014 at 6:45 PM.

Teaser video suggests Dyson’s new robot vacuum cleaner may spy on you at all times

Dyson has published a short 25-second video teaser on YouTube that shows the company’s next product – or at least what that product is able to observe around it. Called the “Dyson project N223,” the device should be unveiled on September 4th and it’s likely a robot vacuum cleaner whose only purpose will be to regularly clean your home rather than spying you at all times, as the video suggests. More →

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Dyson Roomba Robot Vacuum Cleaner

Watch out, Roomba – Dyson is serious about robots for home

By on February 10, 2014 at 9:15 PM.

Watch out, Roomba – Dyson is serious about robots for home

Dyson is very interested in producing its own domestic robots and robot vacuum cleaners, BBC News reports, as the company will invest £5 million in a robotics lab at Imperial College, London. The research project will be run by Imperial’s professor Andrew Davison, who has been working with Dyson since 2005, and will “focus on vision systems that can help robots understand and adapt to the world around them.“ More →

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