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Gigantic Antarctic Instrument, IceCube, Finds Mysterious Cosmic Neutrinos
A cubic kilometer-sized neutrino detector buried deep in Antarctic ice has confirmed the discovery...
(Aug 24, 2015)
Microwave Oven Is Key to Safer Quantum Dot Manufacturing
Scalable manufacturing process could lead to new generation of LED lighting
(Aug 24, 2015)
System Routes Internet Traffic Around Countries You Don't Trust
The Alibi Routing network can show whether your Internet data crosses certain international borders
(Aug 24, 2015)
Overexposed photos be gone, say MIT researchers!
Overexposed photographs may soon become a thing of the passed with a new invention out of MIT. The...
(Aug 23, 2015)
Shape-shifting Liquid-Metal Antennas
Researchers devise antennas that can be lengthened—or shortened—to adjust their frequency
(Aug 21, 2015)
Synchronization Controls Could Help Smooth Microgrids
Mathematical models applied to biology could also help islanded power grids
(Aug 21, 2015)
Gartner to World: Peak Hype For Robocars
When you're at the peak of the hype cycle, there's just one way to go--down. Then you bounce back...
(Aug 21, 2015)
Computer Scientists Find Bias in Algorithms
Learning algorithms may have a mind of their own
(Aug 21, 2015)
ARM and IBM Make It Easy to Experiment With the Internet of Things
A Kit Connects a Microcontroller to the Cloud
(Aug 21, 2015)
Carbon Fiber Cloth Can Generate Hydrogen
Catalyst Can Work in Water
(Aug 21, 2015)
Video Friday: Giant Fighting Robots, Glass 3D Printer, and 10 New Robots from Fetch
Watch the week's best robot videos
(Aug 21, 2015)
The mThrow Wearable Sleeve Turns Baseball Pitching Into a Science
Teams are keen, but some pitchers see a downside to the data
(Aug 21, 2015)
Google Delays Market Trial of Modular Ara Smartphone
Google pushes back its modular Ara smartphone's first real-world debut until 2016
(Aug 21, 2015)
Ban or No Ban, Hard Questions Remain on Autonomous Weapons
Banning autonomous weapons would be much more complicated than advocates have suggested
(Aug 20, 2015)
Can Big Data Shed Light on Nanotech Research?
So far the organizing principles of nanoinformatics focus on the environmental impact of...
(Aug 20, 2015)
Techies Come to TV
Shows about engineers are finding an audience
(Aug 20, 2015)
The Secret of Airbnb’s Pricing Algorithm
The sharing economy needs machine intelligence to set prices
(Aug 20, 2015)
Apple Aims to Test Self-Driving Cars at Military Base
Documents show the Silicon Valley giant hopes to test its own self-driving cars at a naval weapons...
(Aug 20, 2015)
New Mapping Tools Show Just How Bad China's Air Pollution Really Is
But will all this data have any impact on policy?
(Aug 20, 2015)
Adam Back Says the Bitcoin Fork Is a Coup
An opponent of the BitcoinXT proposal lays out all the bad outcomes for us
(Aug 19, 2015)