Panasonic Corporation today announced that it has developed a solar lantern that doubles as a charger for people living without electricity. With a built-in rechargeable battery to store solar energy during the day, the lantern provides light at night and can also be used as a power source to charge small mobile devices like mobile phones.
We all get what the egg is in reference to, but what we don’t know is what’s inside the Easter egg. Although, we’re hoping that it's something along the line of a PS4-related product will hatch from mysterious egg-shaped, Iron Man-inspired, thing.
The 86 and jointly developed Subaru BRZ model received a combined total of 21 per cent of votes to be crowned Overall Best in the Carsguide.com.au competition.
The next most popular vehicle amongst readers received 11 per cent of votes.
Nissan is strengthening its presence in Brazil where it aims to achieve 5 percent market share by 2016. The company is building a new manufacturing plant in Rio de Janeiro that is scheduled to start operation in 2014. And, the company made big news at the Sao Paulo motor show, the largest show in South America, with a new concept car designed specifically for the Brazilian market, the Nissan Extrem.
People look at a colorful "digital hanging scroll" projected on the walls of Fukuoka Prefecture's Korokan Historical Museum in Fukuoka's Chuo Ward on March 27, 2012. The museum and a stone wall at the remains of Fukuoka Castle in the city were illuminated in the rare digital art projection, compiled of some 1 million digital images, as part of this year's municipal government-run Fukuoka Castle Cherry Blossom Festival that began on March 28.
The "gun" is actually a directional speaker, combined with an input microphone, a motherboard, and software, all combined inside a small box that can be either fixed or used as a portable device.