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World's first self-driving taxis hit Singapore
Editorial
25/08/16 - The world’s first self-driving taxis have begun picking up passengers in Singapore.
Acromag ACEX-4600 COM Express Carriers
Supplier news
25/08/16 - Acromag's rugged COM Express modular platform is designed with extra rigid PCBs and extended temperature support for extreme industrial and defence
New technology can give electric car drives more miles per minute
Editorial
23/08/16 - Researchers have designed a thin plastic membrane that stops rechargeable batteries from discharging when not in use and allows for rapid recharging.
Devices can now 'talk' to each other via Wi-Fi
Editorial
21/08/16 - University of Washington researchers have introduced a new way of communicating that allows devices such as brain implants
How an IoT system is helping the trains run on time
Editorial
21/08/16 - An Australian technology minnow is turning heads here and around the world with one of the first examples of internet of things (IoT) technology
IPDU-S2 combines power management and environmental monitoring
Supplier news
17/08/16 - The ENVIROMUX IPDU Series Secure Remote Power Control Units allows you to remotely reboot and control (power on/off) up to eight servers or other
Kamekura Dual Strut Cutting Cassette Range
Supplier news
16/08/16 - Stainelec Hydraulic Equipment now offer dual cutting cassette profiles for UniStrut material.
4K HDMI Matrix Switch Video Extender with Power Over Ethernet (PoE)
Supplier news
14/08/16 - Interworld Electronics has added a 4K HDMI Switch over with Power over Ethernet (PoE) to its popular line of Video Matrix Switches.
Ready, set, shop! -Signet's latest Buyer's Guide has arrived
Supplier news
14/08/16 - Signet is here to help customers stay on track for success -with a variety of product solutions in the August -December 2016 Buyer's Guide.
Five interesting new tech innovations unveiled in Russia
Editorial
14/08/16 - On July 10-13 the city of Yekaterinburg (880 miles east of Moscow) help Innoprom,
Federal government block sale of Ausgrid to Chinese consortium
Editorial
11/08/16 - Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison has made the preliminary decision to block the sale of Ausgrid to a Chinese consortium.
Rodent Virtual Reality Systems
Supplier news
10/08/16 - Virtual Reality Systems by Phenosys, a German based behavioural company, enable rats and mice to enter a virtual reality world.

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