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prabhakar_deosthali   10/12/2013 2:09:55 AM
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The two technologies - the e-paper generator and the contact less charging for EVs are the most interesting as far as I am concerned.

The e-paper generator can make the future newspapers electronic yet fold-able like today's newspapers and that will be an interesting evolution.

The contact less charging of EVs , if it can be done while the vehicle is running on the road ( though the below surface charging wires can be another revolutionary concept that can bring the Evs into the mainstream of automobiles



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