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Experiments to Show if Robocar Tech Will Make Us Too Lazy to Drive Safely
If robotic "nanny cars" lull us into complacence, things could turn ugly fast
(Apr 7, 2015)
Why You Should Start a Brain Technology Company
A VC says new technologies to analyze and enhance brain activity will be big business
(Apr 7, 2015)
Large Hadron Collider Starts Up
Big physics machine rumbles to life after major upgrade
(Apr 6, 2015)
What Kind of Thing Is Moore’s Law?
The trend has more to do with collective behavior than the laws of nature
(Apr 6, 2015)
Missed Deadline for Carbon Reduction Promises Could Have Consequences
Without enough commitments Paris climate conference could face trouble
(Apr 6, 2015)
Eye Tracking Headlights Point Where You Look
An infrared tracking system watches your pupils and then steers your headlights wherever you're...
(Apr 6, 2015)
Are You Ready for National Robotics Week?
Celebrate robots by taking part in a National Robotics Week event
(Apr 6, 2015)
Graphene Finds Its Path in Supercapacitor Commercialization
Paper-thin graphene-based supercapacitors hold twice the charge of thin-film lithium-ion batteries
(Apr 3, 2015)
Freightliner's SuperTruck Prototype Boosts Efficiency by 115 Percent
SuperTruck's 12.2 miles per gallon doesn't sound like a lot, but it's twice as good as a typical...
(Apr 3, 2015)
Video Friday: Robot April Fool's, Sheepdog Drone, and R2-D2 in Love
Here's a big fresh batch of robot videos for you
(Apr 3, 2015)
Formula E’s Green Racing Machines Come to California
Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag says this new electric racecar circuit is creating new fans everywhere...
(Apr 3, 2015)
Storing Solar Energy: A great idea caught on contested ground
Combining solar power systems with energy storage promises cost-savings and value enhancements...
(Apr 2, 2015)
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)