Remarkable new sensor chip pulls power out of the air so it never needs to be charged

Researchers at the Eindhoven University of Technology in Eindhoven, Netherlands have created the world’s smallest temperature sensor chip, but its size isn’t even the most impressive thing about it. The remarkable new temperature sensor is able to draw power from radio waves being broadcast by the same wireless network it uses to communicate.

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Robotic 3D printer will 'print' steel bridge over Amsterdam canal

There have been 3D-printed apartment complexes and cremation urns, and now one company out of The Netherlands is planning to “print” a bridge. MX3D, a 3D printing company, developed a robotic 3D printer to construct a steel bridge over a canal in Amsterdam, reports CNET.

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Apple wins broad injunction against Samsung in The Netherlands over bounce-back patent

Samsung lost an appeal in the Netherlands over its infringement of Apple’s bounce-back patent, resulting in a broad injunction against selling accused devices and all other infringing devices that Samsung has introduced or will introduce.



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