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Latest Technology Inventions. The latest technology invention in environmental pollution is a tower that cleans outdoor air. The Tower is a seven-metre (23 feet) high structure that removes ultra-fine particles from the air using a patented ion-technology developed by scientists at Delft University of Technology.


Computer Mouse 10 Greatest Technological Inventions (7/12)The computer mouse is one technology that often gets overlooked and taken for granted. Back when early computers were the size of a house ...


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Latest invention in information technology Current Events (10 May, 2010) Top 10 Latest Inventions of April 2010 A team of designers from Mexico, Finland and Germany created the shower that heats water by making use of the power of water running through it.


The future of technology will be determined by usability combined with simplicity. Technology has evolved since 1900, what used to work before can seem out aged by now. Every year new technologies emerge on the market and its up to the users to embrace and learn how to use these technologies. For small businesses, it […]


Invention. Find out everything there is to know about inventions and stay updated on the latest inventions with comprehensive articles, interactive features and pictures at Live Science.


Gyro Technology. This wild new motorcycle, invented by 19-year-old Ben J. Poss Gulak, is among the latest inventions to capture attention. Debuting at the National Motorcycle Show in Toronto, the "Uno" uses gyro technology for balance and acceleration.


This was a wish list for future technology that was originally intended to provide inspiration for inventors. First written in April of 1997, I thought it might be fun to follow-up each year and find out if anyone has been working on these ideas for future technology.


Some inventions are so ubiquitous that it's difficult to imagine they started as an idea scribbled on paper and then a patent application submitted to, say, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Aluminum foil, adhesive bandages, the ballpoint pen, the computer mouse, the microwave oven-- these are just a few examples of great ideas that became indispensable products we now take for ...


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