An atomic battery, nuclear battery, tritium battery or radioisotope generator is a device which uses energy from the decay of a radioactive isotope to generate electricity. Like nuclear reactors, they generate electricity from nuclear energy, but differ in that they do not use a chain reaction. Compared to other batteries, they are very costly, but have an extremely long life and high energy density, and so they are mainly used as power sources for equipment that must operate unattended for long periods of time, such as spacecraft, pacemakers, underwater systems and automated scientific stations in remote parts of the world.
We have created a government support list that is available to fight the impact of the covid-19. The list isn't complete but hopefully will assist businesses and individuals to find the right support. We will update this regularly.
Stop the chatter with these truly wireless noise-cancelling earbuds. As the battle between the headphone jack and USB-C rages on, Sony has come to the rescue - delivering a truly wireless option to block out the world around you without the need for either. So goodbye crying plane baby, so long loud train talker, farewell everything else, and hello deep, immersive sound.
Just before Christmas 2018, the Federal Government quietly unveiled its new Digital Economy Strategy - titled Australia's Tech Future (PDF).
We have surpassed digital transformation and need to move into a new mindset of "ContinuousNext" says Gartner.
Robocop meets Back to the Future... Dubai's police force has added to its flamboyant law enforcement vehicle fleet - which already boasts a Lamborghini and Ferrari - with the Surf3 hoverbike.
The NSW government is on a hiring blitz, aiming to recruit more than 30 digital experts to work on cross-government collaborations for digital service delivery.
Computing now consumes 8% of the world's electricity and unless a new sustainable technology can be found "the information revolution will stall due to power hunger."
The polarising American President, Donald Trump, has met with 18 of the world's technology leaders to ask for their assistance in modernising US Government computer systems.
The world is on the precipice of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution and this will have as big an influence on the world as the digital revolution that preceded it, according to Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak.