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The vacuum cleaner design is essentially 100 years old, but what we need to clean the difficult, hard to get at areas is something light with fascinating features. Something that will clean curtains, around the back of sofas, all those areas you can'
The Titan Arm, designed by four mechanical engineering students from the University of Pennsylvania, could help people with back injuries rebuild and regain control of muscles. It can also be used by people to lift heavy objects as part of their work.
29 October 2013 52 View comments British design experts have added a revolutionary new weapon to the armoury of time-starved families who are fed up with the daily chore of cleaning. The Dyson Hard' is effectively a cross between an old style mop and
We show mesmerizing courage in the face of some of the most incredible challenges in life, and yet, we can be easily stopped by a simple emotion such as fear of failure. We do realize, logically, that failure to fail in life stands in the way of us
18 October 2013 11 View comments Hairdryers will be the next household gadget to be given the silent treatment by Sir James Dyson as he puts in a patent for a soundless model. The inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner has registered plans for the
Dyson challenges EU over 'dust-free' vacuum tests Sir James Dyson feels the EU labelling system is not fair to his products British manufacturer Dyson is mounting a legal challenge against the EU's labelling policy for vacuum cleaners, saying it
Wave power generator bags Dyson award Technology correspondent, BBC News A scale model of the wave power generator has been tested in a large water tank A wave power generator that can harvest energy no matter which way the sea is running has won the
Samsung Electronics is a subsidiary of the Korean conglomerate Samsung Group. James Dyson said: "This looks like a cynical rip off by the giant Korean company Samsung. Although they are copying Dyson's patented technology, their machine is not the
The dispute centres over the launch of the Motion Sync vacuum cleaner which the South Korean firm showed off at the Ifa tech show in Berlin last week. Dyson alleges that the machine infringes its patent on a steering mechanism for cylinder cleaners.
The days of using a ruler to scratch beneath a plaster cast may be over, thanks to this year's winning invention in the New Zealand leg of the James Dyson Award, a global product design competition. The winning design is a lightweight, no-itch nylon