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Inkjet Printers to be used to Save the Lives of Servicemen?

Inkjet Printers to be used to Save the Lives of Servicemen?

It’s the turn of the humble inkjet printer to save lives, in particular the lives of servicemen and soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, and numerous civilians. Designnews.com have reported that scientists from The Georgia Institute Of Technology have designed a wireless sensor device that can detect even minute traces of the key chemical ingredients used in the manufacturing of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs).

Ground Control To Major Tamarin – Iran to send a monkey into space?

Ground Control To Major Tamarin – Iran to send a monkey into space?

The Associated Foreign Press (AFP) have recently reported a story about Iran’s attempts to send a monkey into space aboard one of it’s newly developed Kavoshgar-5 space rockets. The project was unveiled in February by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the rocket was launched sometime in the last month.

Use of technology in classrooms “inevitable”

A growing number of schools may find using ink cartridges to produce work done on computers and other devices becomes a more important part of the learning experience. Child and educational psychologist Teresa Bliss said the use of new innovations such as smartphones...

Panasonic showcases 3D camera

People looking to use printer supplies to product hard copies of their favourite shots may be interested in a new gadget from Panasonic. The Lumix 3D1 features two wide-angle, 4x optical zoom lenses that are capable of producing still images and video in either 2D or...

Printer sales help struggling Kodak

A greater number of people buying Kodak ink cartridges and printers may be a bonus for the struggling imaging company. The brand noted in its latest earnings report that sales of home inkjet devices are performing well, with shipments up by 44 per cent during the...

New compact camera unveiled by Panasonic

Keen photographers using ink cartridges to print out photos in their home may be interested in a new camera design from Panasonic. The Lumix GX1 features a 16 megapixel high-sensitivity sensor that the manufacturer claims is capable of delivering excellent results...

Rare monkey born in UK zoo

A baby monkey born at a zoo in Sussex could give a boost to a critically endangered species. The Sulawesi black crested macaque, which is believed to be male, was delivered at Drusillas Park near Alfriston last month, the Daily Mirror reports. Native to a single...

Canon gives details of new camera development

People looking to use Canon ink supplies to print out photos taken using digital cameras from the device may be interested to hear of a new model in the pipeline. The manufacturer has announced it is developing a new concept digital SLR device to be part of its EOS...