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IBM demos first fully integrated monolithic silicon photonics chip

10d ago - At a conference in the US, IBM has demonstrated what it claims to be the first fully integrated w... | Culture
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Solar-powered ATMs to deliver clean drinking water in Pakistan

10d ago - Punjab province is set to launch an innovation for water-short Pakistan: Solar-powered ATMs that... | Culture
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US pushes pedal on car-to-car communication

10d ago - Engineers have known for some time that if cars could only "talk" to each other, they could avoid... | Culture
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How Future Dog Technology Will Affect Pet Parents

11d ago - The future is a scary prospect to some people while others find it very exciting. Today’s entrepr... | Culture
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The man who hacks phones with an implant under his skin

11d ago - If you hand Seth Wahle your phone, he could steal your photos, passwords and more simply by holdi... | Culture
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Physicists observe attosecond real-time restructuring of electron cloud in molecule

11d ago - The recombination of electron shells in molecules, taking just a few dozen attoseconds (a billion... | Culture
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Viagra Could Stop Malaria

11d ago - Since it first came on the market in 1998, Viagra has been found to address more conditions than... | Culture
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Autonomous cars will destroy millions of jobs and reshape the US economy by 2025

11d ago - Quartz: "Most people—experts included—seem to think that the transition to driverless vehicles wi... | Culture
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Facebook’s Quest To Absorb The Internet

12d ago - Facebook never wants you to leave, so it’s swallowing up where you might try to go. | Culture
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Immune system self-organizes to minimize biological cost of pathogenic infections

12d ago - The adaptive immune system – a subsystem of the overall immune system – comprises specialized cel... | Culture
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Up to 90% of world's electronic waste is illegally dumped, says UN

12d ago - PCs and smartphones adding to ‘e-waste mountain’ that could reach 50m tonnes by 2017, much of it... | Culture
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Our attention span is now less than that of a goldfish, Microsoft study finds

13d ago - Humans have become so obsessed with portable devices and overwhelmed by content that we now have... | Culture
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Dropbox Acquires and Shuts down Voiceover Startup Umano

13d ago - TechFrag - You might have heard of Umano, a startup that provided voice actors for reading out ar... | Culture
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Can an Algorithm Write a Better News Story Than a Human Reporter?

13d ago - Had Narrative Science — a company that trains computers to write news stories—created this piece,... | Culture
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Cosmic 'Murder Mystery' Solved: Galaxies Are 'Strangled to Death'

13d ago - Astronomers may have solved the decades-long cosmic murder mystery of what kills most galaxies in... | Culture
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Ever Wonder How You'd Go To The Bathroom On The Space Station?

14d ago - It is a truth universally acknowledged that everyone hears the call of nature. Even in space. How... | Culture
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Scientists develop atomic-scale hardware to implement natural computing

14d ago - Despite the many great achievements of computers, no man-made computer can learn from its environ... | Culture
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When an electron splits in two

14d ago - As an elementary particle, the electron cannot be broken down into smaller particles, at least as... | Culture
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Mom Catches 2-Year-Old’s Eye Cancer by Snapping Photo

14d ago - Julie Fitzgerald had been worried about strange spots on her 2-year-old's eye, but she initially... | Culture
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New Russian Armored Vehicle Operates Via Video Game Controller

14d ago - Inside a Russian tank, they’re reinventing the wheel. The new Kurganets-25 is controlled by a Pla... | Culture
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Rare direct image of a super-Jupiter exoplanet

14d ago - A giant planet 11 times the mass of Jupiter has been directly photographed, the closest such plan... | Culture
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Are computers making our lives too easy?

14d ago - Smartphones, robots and computers offer to make our lives ever-more efficient, but what do we los... | Culture
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Owner of Anonymous Hackers-for-Hire Site Steps Forward

14d ago - He calls himself an ethical hacker who helps companies and individuals fight back against the bad... | Culture
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Scientists have discovered a new state of matter, called 'Jahn-Teller metals'

14d ago - An international team of scientists has announced the discovery of a new state of matter in a mat... | Culture
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SolaRoad cycle path electricity yield exceeds expectations

14d ago - What a concept for a pilot project. Can't we change our roads into gigantic solar panels? Harvest... | Culture

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