Technology

The keyboard to type in the dark

The keyboard to type in the dark

I Logitech has launched a keyboard for night owls. Thanks to its laser-etched and backlit keys allows you to view the characters in the dark. Also it has no wires thanks to 2.4GHz wireless technology and save energy when you ...

Comes the e-school

Comes the e-school

Almudena class, a teacher at a Secondary School, has been transformed into a chicken coop. "Jo, teacher, but were not going to make a WebQuest?" Complains one of the teenagers. She turned on the whiteboard and answered: "Caesar, sit've said ...

Amazon Introduces New Kindle Fire HD

Amazon Introduces New Kindle Fire HD

I Besides improving tablet launched a year ago in the United States and now reach Spain, Amazon has launched the new Kindle Fire HD, with more storage capacity and higher definition display. Its price is around 200 euros, and after ...

Multilayer technology to curb better

Multilayer technology to curb better

I Icer, which specializes in components for the automotive world company, has created a new vehicle brake pads that will improve both the performance and road safety. Thanks to a new multilayer technology in addition to blocking the best wheels, ...

Five fantastic cars

Five fantastic cars

Ecological and with three wheels In 2010 it goes on sale the Aptera 2e electric car 3 wheels designed almost entirely by the wind tunnel, which explains its almost alien appearance. With a lightweight structure and just 680 kilograms, the Aptera ...

Create a smart shirt to monitor patients

Create a smart shirt to monitor patients

I Scientists at the Carlos III University of Madrid, in collaboration with companies and research centers and national development, have developed a shirt that can pinpoint the location of patients within the hospital and constantly monitor their vital and constant ...

Create contact lenses that function as telescopes

Create contact lenses that function as telescopes

I Scientists at the Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne in Switzerland have developed contact lenses, used with special glasses, provide a telescopic view, allowing you to see the three times larger than its original size objects. The system has been designed ...