Low efficiency halogen bulbs are expected to be banned from September 2018, and Electrical Direct are urging electrical contractors to increase awareness of the fact.
Step aside Tesla Model S P100D: the new record for distance travelled on one electric car charge is now 1078 kilometres.
The next step in microbial fuel cells sees a battery activated by spit, which can even function in extreme conditions where normal batteries can't.
The Coca-Cola London Eye’s new Wi-Fi service, which enables customers to access in-capsule high-speed internet and new interactive applications, will now have microwave backhaul – on the move!
A new technique that can change plastic's molecular structure may mean a promising step for lighter, cheaper, more energy-efficient product components – which, unlike advanced plastics, can even dissipate heat.
By boosting digital skills and knowledge, a new multi-million euro, cross-border project is set to improve the employment rates of women from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Introducing the smartphone app whose algorithm – created using a virtual camera and computer-generated lighting – helps people learn the art of taking great selfies.
Why you need a software platform powered by a robust ecosystem.
EPDT’s August issue is now available, featuring flexible e-paper displays, along with a piece on Raspberry Pi and our latest Electronics Distribution supplement.