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Will Graphene-based Light Bulbs Be Graphene's Commercial Break Out?
Company wagers 10-percent reduction in energy use of LEDs will be a killer app for graphene
(Apr 2, 2015)
Graphic: Transistor Production Has Reached Astronomical Scales
A look at Moore’s Law in action
(Apr 2, 2015)
RoboGames: The World's Largest Robot Competition Is Back
This massive robotics event is back, and it starts on Friday
(Apr 2, 2015)
With Compass Hooked to the Brain, Blind Rats Act Like They Can See
Research raises hope that people may one day get novel superhuman senses
(Apr 2, 2015)
The Simplest Flexible Printed Transistors
Cheap disposable electronics from super-simple amorphous oxide transistor made from just two...
(Apr 2, 2015)
IBM Bets $3 Billion on the Internet of Things
Big Blue will invest $3 billion in the business of analyzing data from Internet-connected sensors
(Apr 2, 2015)
Quantifying the Risk of Damage to Integrated Circuits in Space
Alternatives to conventional integrated circuits may significantly reduce space risks
(Apr 1, 2015)
Intel and Micron Move 3-D NAND Into Production
Samsung now has some competition when it comes to 3-D flash memory, but the economics end of the...
(Apr 1, 2015)
Special Report: 50 Years of Moore's Law
The glorious history and inevitable decline of one of technology’s greatest winning streaks
(Apr 1, 2015)
South Korean Drones Prepare to Take Out North Korean Drones
The best way to bring down a UAV is with another UAV (and a net)
(Apr 1, 2015)
South Korea Prepares for Drone vs. Drone Combat
The best way to bring down a UAV is with another UAV (and a net)
(Apr 1, 2015)
What Happens If Russia Abandons the International Space Station?
It’s time for NASA to start preparing emergency plans for the doomsday scenario
(Apr 1, 2015)
Robocar Technologies to Guard the Smart Home
What happens when a computer vision guy thinks someone is trying to rob him? He uses autonomous...
(Apr 1, 2015)
2015’s Top Ten Tech Cars
This year’s cars are super fuel efficient. But with today’s gas prices, will anyone care?
(Apr 1, 2015)
Ten Years of Top Ten Tech Cars: An Analysis
What happened to the technologies exemplified in the 100 cars Spectrum has featured over the years?
(Apr 1, 2015)
New 2-D Material Grapene Has Spectacular Properties
Tastes way better than graphene or silicene, say scientists. Makes electrons "go all wobbly"
(Apr 1, 2015)
Tech Talks with Max: Transportation
http://www.masterbond.com
(Mar 31, 2015)
2015’s Top Ten Tech Cars: Toyota Mirai
Doubling down on hydrogen fuel cells
(Mar 31, 2015)
Molybdenum Disulfide Sees the Light
Plasmonics combined with MoS2 could lead to the material being useful in LED applications
(Mar 31, 2015)
Moore’s Law Might Be Slowing Down, But Not Energy Efficiency
Miniaturization may be tough, but there's still room to drive down power consumption in modern...
(Mar 31, 2015)