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Iowa State University’s lithium-ion battery is capable of producing 2.5V and dissolves/dissipates in 30-minutes when exposed to water. (via Iowa State)   Normally, when it comes to lithium-ion batteries we prefer them to be robust and not easily damaged while retaining a long lasting shelf life. A team of scientists from the University of Iowa on the other hand, created almost the exact opposite of what we would consider great features with a Li-ion battery that self-destructs when e ...
Intel announced a new license with ARM, that may position it to rapidly manufacture nano-sized chips for mobile use. While AMD has had access to ARM technology for a handful of years, it has little room to compete in the mobile space. (via Intel)   Intel dominates the CPU space, but when it comes to mobile, the processor manufacturer falls short. The tech giant has some tricks up its sleeves, however, as it just announced a new license with ARM Holdings that will allow it to use ARM desi ...
Glicode uses popular snacks to teach kids programming; a high school in Japan has a class dedicated to drones. Ever thought of using food to learn about coding? (Photo from Glicode)   It seems Japan really wants to encourage kids to be invested in robotics and coding. Teaching kids how to code is the latest tech fad. Companies approach the topic in various ways, like video games and robotic toys, but only one company is doing it with food. And yes, the company is Japanese. Glico, the mak ...

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