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  • This Collar Wants To Be The Bridge Between Human-Dog Communication - Andrew Conrad (2297 bytes) (2016-12-08)
  • Internet of Things will demand a step-change in search solutions - University of Surrey (3898 bytes) (2016-12-07)
  • Plug in for renewable energy - Michigan Technological University (4579 bytes) (2016-12-07)
  • Researchers take first look into the p~peyep~p of majoranas - Universität Basel (3502 bytes) (2016-12-06)
  • Deep insights from surface reactions - University of Texas at Austin (10946 bytes) (2016-12-05)
  • Digital microbes for munching yourself healthy - University of Luxembourg (4594 bytes) (2016-12-02)
  • New supercomputer will unite x86, Power9 and ARM chips - Agam Shah (3391 bytes) (2016-12-01)
  • Secret phenotypes: Disease devils in invisible details - Georgia Institute of Technology (7319 bytes) (2016-11-30)
  • Fit as a dog: How to transform a human pedometer into a dogp~ps step counter - Olga Babik (6136 bytes) (2016-11-30)
  • Invisibility cloak for high-tech processing chips - University of Utah (4138 bytes) (2016-11-29)
  • Efficient approach for tracking physical activity with wearable health devices - North Carolina State University (3929 bytes) (2016-11-29)
  • Shaking things up with more control - American Institute of Physics (3589 bytes) (2016-11-29)
  • Hardware is the ‘necessary evil’ for Snapchat, Google and Microsoft - Matt Weinberger (5419 bytes) (2016-11-28)
  • Miniature WiFi device supplies missing link for the Internet of Things - Sachin Katti (4827 bytes) (2016-11-28)
  • Researchers Want To Use Hardware To Fight Computer Viruses - National Science Foundation, (3607 bytes) (2016-11-25)
  • Changing SIM card number for more secure mobile phone - Radboud University (3231 bytes) (2016-11-24)
  • STMicroelectronics Boosts Trusted Computing with New Advanced Security Modules - FNeditor (4914 bytes) (2016-11-24)
  • Single photon converter — a key component of quantum internet - Michal (6459 bytes) (2016-11-22)
  • Server-based open networking taxes the CPU, so offload to an intelligent server - Sujal Das (5754 bytes) (2016-11-20)
  • Computers made of genetic material? - Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (4956 bytes) (2016-11-18)
  • Tech would use drones and insect biobots to map disaster areas - North Carolina State University (4223 bytes) (2016-11-18)
  • Tracking the flow of quantum information - Yale University (2707 bytes) (2016-11-18)
  • Liquid silicon: Computer chips could bridge the gap between computation and stor - University of Wisconsin-Madison (5073 bytes) (2016-11-17)
  • Quantum processing: Coherence vs. Control - University of California - Santa Barbara (5524 bytes) (2016-11-17)
  • Scientists set traps for atoms with single-particle precision - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (6289 bytes) (2016-11-17)
  • HIV test performed on USB stick - Imperial College London (4141 bytes) (2016-11-17)
  • Worldp~ps fastest quantum simulator operating at the atomic level - National Institutes of Natural Sciences (2829 bytes) (2016-11-16)
  • Technology lights the way for quantum computing - Tyndall National Institute (3423 bytes) (2016-11-15)
  • Where are the wearables you wear elsewhere? - Mike Elgan (8499 bytes) (2016-11-15)
  • Giant machine shows how a computer works - University of Bristol (2678 bytes) (2016-11-09)
  • Can a brain-computer interface convert your thoughts to text? - Christian Herff (2540 bytes) (2016-11-08)
  • Therep~ps money in your wearable fitness tracker - University of Illinois at Chicago (5722 bytes) (2016-11-08)
  • New technique for creating NV-doped nanodiamonds may be boost for quantum comput - North Carolina State University (3989 bytes) (2016-11-08)
  • Researchers Want To Use Hardware To Fight Computer Viruses - Binghamton University (3623 bytes) (2016-11-08)
  • New 3-D wiring technique brings scalable quantum computers closer to reality - University of Waterloo (2751 bytes) (2016-11-04)
  • Transforming, self-learning software could help save the planet - Lancaster University (3635 bytes) (2016-11-03)
  • “Halt and Catch Fire” makes the world of 1980s computing compulsive viewing - J.D. (5082 bytes) (2016-11-02)
  • Weakness found in common computer chip - Binghamton University, State University (3613 bytes) (2016-11-01)
  • A tiny machine: Infinitesimal computing device - University of California - Santa Barbara (4260 bytes) (2016-11-01)
  • Weakness is good when controlling light - University at Buffalo (1704 bytes) (2016-11-01)
  • Quantum processing: Coherence vs. Control - University of California - Santa Barbara (5371 bytes) (2016-11-01)

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