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Tesla Hands Self-Driving Technology to Select Customers
The beta testers are scheduled to begin uploading the latest version of the company's Autopilot
(Aug 14, 2015)
British Highway Will Recharge Your Batteries as You Drive
System will use inductive coils buried under the pavement, much like a Korean tram system we...
(Aug 14, 2015)
Chinese ‘Unmanned Factory’ Replaces 600 Humans With 60 Robots
One thing's for sure: robots are about to be a big thing in Chinese manufacturing
(Aug 13, 2015)
Scalable Production for Graphene Nanoribbons Boosts Potential in Electronics
Scalable bottom-up production technique is more compatible with semiconductor manufacturing than...
(Aug 13, 2015)
Model Predicts Whether NFL Teams Will Run or Pass
North Carolina State University undergrads create a tool that guesses what an offense with do with...
(Aug 13, 2015)
The Dark Side of Steganography
Cybersecurity researchers in Poland and Italy are trying to out-smart steganographers at hiding...
(Aug 13, 2015)
MIT Finally Does Some Useful Research With Beer Delivering Robots
A multi-robot planning algorithm makes sure that you and your friends get the beer deliveries that...
(Aug 12, 2015)
DARPA Funds Stage 2 of XS-1 Spaceplane Design Competition
A reusable spaceplane could be putting satellites into orbit every single day by 2018
(Aug 12, 2015)
Amiga 30 and the Unkillable Machine
Thirty years after its introduction, the Amiga is still influencing computing
(Aug 12, 2015)
Why Roboticists Should Join the Trillion-Dollar Driverless Race
We need more robotics engineers starting companies focused on driverless car technology
(Aug 11, 2015)
Novel Process Cuts Costs and Improves Performance of Quantum Dots
Integration of quantum dots and photonic crystals produce brighter, more efficient light at a lower...
(Aug 11, 2015)
MIT Has Plans for a Real ARC Fusion Reactor
Iron Man's alma mater has a design for a realistic ARC fusion reactor
(Aug 11, 2015)
Molybdenum Ditelluride: Like 2-D Silicon, But Better
The latest 2-D challenger can have metallic and semiconducting parts
(Aug 10, 2015)
MIT Robot Steals Human Brains to Help It Balance
A new teleoperation system allows humans to lend their balancing skills to a bipedal robot
(Aug 10, 2015)
Supercomputer Network Simulates Material That Might Not Melt in a Sunspot
Simulations may lead to materials with higher melting points for better energy production
(Aug 10, 2015)
See Through Walls by the Glow of Your Wi-Fi
Doppler shifts in Wi-Fi and mobile radio signals pinpoint people through 25-cm brick walls
(Aug 10, 2015)
Testing Trust in Autonomous Vehicles through Suspension of Disbelief
The easiest way to test how humans react to autonomous cars is by getting them to believe they're...
(Aug 10, 2015)
Samsung, Nokia Show 5G Tech at NI Week
Mobile communications technology developers demonstrate FD-MIMO and 73-GHz transmissions.
(Aug 7, 2015)
A Computer That Can Sniff Out Septic Shock
Computer engineers created algorithms that can predict if a patient will have septic shock with...
(Aug 7, 2015)
FCC Sets Rules for Copper Phase Out
Companies can switch to fiber lines, but they have to give customers fair warning
(Aug 7, 2015)