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Microsoft is said to be testing smartwatch prototypes made of 80%-transparent aluminium oxynitride, with 4G LTE support and 6GB of storage, as development of the device, shifts to the Surface team.
In another example of the company's research and innovation, Microsoft has shown off another project - a transparent 3D desktop, with elements that users can interact with virtually.
Researchers located at the Technical University of Braunschweig, claim to have developed the first transparent OLED pixels. Their approach was to use transparent TFTs (thin-film transistors) made of a 100-nanometer-thick layer of zinc-tin-oxide, which...
Thanks ultima. For a couple of decades, researchers have tried to blend shared workspaces -- systems that allow two or more people to work on the same document -- with Internet video-conferencing systems, with little...
Actual Transparent Windows lets you apply a transparency effect to any window such as Taskbar, WinAmp, Menus, Instant Messengers and others in Windows 2000/XP. You can set individual transparency rate from 0% (fully transparent) to...
Thanks Actual Tools for submitting this to us. Actual Transparent Windows lets you apply transparency effect to any window in Windows 2000/XP. The transparency effect looks very impressive and can be highly useful with such...
A transparent token the size of a postage stamp and costing just a penny to make can be used to generate an immensely powerful cryptographic key. Current cryptographic systems use mathematics to generate...
I don't know if this is actually real or not (it's not 1st April is it...) but if it's real, WOW. Saw this over at GeekNews, which points to a story over on Sci-Fighter,...