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Sony's 'water pit' for laptop spills

Ultralight Vaio G series comes with special waterproofing feature.

By September 25, 2007


LifeStraw water filter designed for developing world

This high-tech, low-cost, portable water filter could help change the lives of millions of people with limited access to clean water.

By October 19, 2007


Seven dips toes into the HD multi-channel waters

Viewers watching Channel Seven's HD channel 10.30pm on Monday night would have witnessed Australia's first tentative steps into the world of commercial multi-channelling.

By October 19, 2007


Hello Kitty takes to the water too

Sanrio empire makes a USB aquarium.

By October 9, 2007


Recycling bath water for the lawn

Australian company Perpetual Water is bringing its gray-water recycling system to the U.S.

By September 24, 2007


Getting fuel out of water

There's fuel in wastewater. Who knew?

By September 11, 2007


Wave power device gets in water in Oregon

Can waves supply electricity economically? This experiment will help figure that out.

By September 6, 2007


NoPoPo Battery: Power from water -- are you taking the piss?

IFA in Berlin is full of mind-blowing new stuff, but nothing quite as amazing as batteries that run off any liquid -- water, juice, beer, even urine...

By September 3, 2007


Future Implications: Has the Internet become as important as water?

All of this talk about reworking the Internet and IPv6 has me thinking: has the Internet become as important as water? Some would surely say that I'm off my rocker on this one and say that, of course water is more important than the Internet. And while

By August 23, 2007


Rio Grand Gorge: Water 1, Rock 0

From the bridge overlooking the Rio Grande Gorge, the famous river looks tiny. But that's because it's 650 feet down.

By August 4, 2007