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Indoor LED farm grows 2.5x faster than outdoors, uses 99% less water and produces 40% less waste

Indoor LED farm grows 2.5x faster than outdoors, uses 99% less water and produces 40% less waste

By 11 July 2014

When sci-fi films imagined a future of neon pink lights it may have been more accurate than expected. A new indoor farm that uses functional LEDs to create the ultimate growing environment has beaten nature, hands-down. Miyagi Prefecture farm uses special... >>

Best TVs 2014: The best televisions available to buy today

Best TVs 2014: The best televisions available to buy today

By 4 July 2014

Looking for a new TV but don't know what to buy? Then you've come to the right place. In 2014 there are all sorts of big events that warrant a big screen experience, from the FIFA World Cup to Le Tour making this the perfect time to get yourself a new... >>

JBL's Pulse wireless speaker packs an LED light show, Bluetooth and NFC for just £179

JBL's Pulse wireless speaker packs an LED light show, Bluetooth and NFC for just £179

By 24 October 2013

JBL has announced the Pulse wireless speaker system, which uniquely offers a listening experience perfectly synced to a colourful and programmable LED light show. Pulse wirelessly streams music from any mobile devices, and it enhance the music with customisable... >>

Audi invents always on full-beam lights that don't blind oncoming drivers

Audi invents always on full-beam lights that don't blind oncoming drivers

By 9 January 2013

Audi has demoed the latest technology in smart headlights at CES 2013, showing-off LED lights that can cleverly avoid dazzling oncoming drivers. Introducing the next-generation Matrix LED headlight, Audi predicted a win-win future – one in which the... >>

Philips demonstrates and explains its smartphone-controlled hue LED light bulbs (video)

Philips demonstrates and explains its smartphone-controlled hue LED light bulbs (video)

By 30 October 2012

Yesterday, Philips unveiled its new LED lighting technology that can be controlled by smartphone or tablet. Coming in packs of three light bulbs, Philips hue is even capable of changing colour, to thousands of, well, hues. Pocket-lint has been sent a... >>

Philips hue LED bulb illuminates your home via your smartphone or tablet

Philips hue LED bulb illuminates your home via your smartphone or tablet

By 29 October 2012

Philips has unveiled a new light bulb that could revolutionise the way in which we illuminate our homes, by enabling you to pick and choose the colour, brightness levels and time they should switch on and off, all through your mobile device. The Philips... >>

World's biggest musical to feature 10,000 square metres of LED screens

World's biggest musical to feature 10,000 square metres of LED screens

By 1 August 2012

A British creative agency has been tasked with providing the visual effects for the “world’s biggest ever musical”, due to be staged at the Olympic Birds Nest Stadium in Beijing. Studio Output will use VFX, projection mapping and LED animation that... >>

VIDEO: Wearable LED coat takes portable TV to the next level

VIDEO: Wearable LED coat takes portable TV to the next level

By 12 July 2011

In a move that sees the ultimate fusion of television and fashion, Dave Forbes of Cathode Corner has created the videocoat, a completely wearable telly. We're not sure how well this one will do in the rain, it being highly unlikely that a 12v battery... >>

BenQ V2400 Eco and V2200 Eco LED monitors announced

BenQ V2400 Eco and V2200 Eco LED monitors announced

By 14 September 2009

BenQ has announced the launch of the V2400 Eco and V2200 Eco LED widescreen monitors. The V2400 Eco is a 24-inch Full HD 1080p LED widescreen, while the V2200 Eco is said to be the world's first 21.5-inch Full HD 1080p LED widescreen display. Apparently... >>

LEDs get as bendy as OLEDs

LEDs get as bendy as OLEDs

By 21 August 2009

Scientists have developed a way of making traditional inorganic LEDs just as flexible as the much vaunted new organic LEDs, or OLEDs as they're more commonly known. The process isn't quite ready for full commercialisation yet, but it involves making a... >>