CoolTech (Burmese)

CoolTech (Burmese)

Learn about the latest technology and new gadgets and their cool features. If you think IT is beyond your comprehension, CoolTech is here to guide you, step by step in everyday language. Hardware and software are all explained.

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  • driverless car

    Sun, 24 Aug 14

    10 mins

    1 month remaining

    Modern technologies can help to build a car to drive itself without a driver. And sooner these cars would be seen on the motorways. It can reduce any accident by human error? What is the future car technology? This week CoolTech discusses.

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  • Satellite

    Sun, 10 Aug 14

    10 mins

    24 days remaining

    A Burmese engineering student participated in a satellite research at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. So, what is the future of Burmese satellite lunching? This week cooltech has conversation with that student at NTU.

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  • brain chip

    Sun, 3 Aug 14

    9 mins

    17 days remaining

    This week CoolTech program suggests a brain chip which lets a quadriplegic man to control his hand again with his thoughts. So, what is the future of the chip which has to be implanted inside brain? Would it help other kind of paralyzed people like stoke or disabled?

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