Graphene-based nano-antennas may enable networks of tiny machinesPhys.OrgBut by taking advantage of the unique electronic properties of the material known as graphene, researchers now believe they're on track to connect devices powered by small amounts of scavenged energy. Based on a honeycomb network of carbon atoms ...en meer »
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Ars TechnicaQualcomm Toq review: is this the future of smartwatches?The VergeIt becomes even more readable in bright ambient light, which is why Qualcomm has occasionally marketed Mirasol as a compelling option for e-readers. The Toq's ... None of this is really forgivable for a $350 device. ... Wireless charging is the next ...Review: Qualcomm's T […]
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