Japanese earthquake on electronics

Japan in 2010 accounted for 13.9% of all global electronic equipment factory revenue, according to a preliminary IHS iSuppli estimate according to Impact of Japanese earthquake on electronics industry article. The article tells also what kind of disruption to the supply chain can be expected. Update on events in Japan page is a compiled a

Music industry misfires again

RIAA Misfires, Grazes PCMag.com article points that the music industry has gone off the deep end. The RIAA and other music industry organizations have spent the better part of the decade fighting the digital transition, with only a shrinking business to show for. It’s time for these music execs to pull their collective heads out

Free energy batteries?

Oh, batteries. Can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em. Then I saw some news on this field. Potatoes May Power The Batteries Of The Future article tells about a potato powered battery. It promises to be simple, sustainable, robust device can potentially provide an immediate inexpensive solution to electricity needs in parts of the

Nikola Tesla exhibition

Nikola Tesla was an inventor and a mechanic and electrical engineer. He was one of the most important contributors to the birth of commercial electricity. In the field of electrical engineering, Tesla enriched the world with more than 700 registered inventions, many of which were so far in advance of their times that they could

Pixels video

New York invasion by 8-bits creatures! Old School geeks will simply love this new Amazing Pixels Video for Old School Geeks which combines many of the vintage and retro video game classics, characters, looks and feel into one amazing music video. PIXELS is Patrick Jean’ latest short film, shot on location in New York. This

New server in use

ePanorama.net is now running on a new more powerful web server. Things should be now running more smoothly. Enjoy the new speed. Report if you see any problems on the new server.

Measure speed of light with chocolate

Wired magazine have an answer what to do with all of those leftover Valentine’s Day chocolates (if you have any). A microwave and some chocolate can be used to measure the speed of light. It is a simple yet surprisingly accurate method that can be used to introduce the scientific method to children. The details

Tour of the International Space Station

An HD Video Tour of the International Space Station is simple walkthrough of this incredible project and all its corners. This video tour of the International Space Station is an interesting video, but is has also some annoying things on it. It sometimes overuses picture in picture and superimposed images effects in the video. Just