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10 Future Technologies That Will Change The World

1d 1h ago - There were times when we used to play Tetris on an awkward looking device with two battery cells... | Culture
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Intel / Micron Announce 3D NAND Production with Industry's Highest Density: >10TB on a 2.5" SSD

2d ago - Intel and Micron are jointly announcing new 3D NAND technology that will radically increase solid... | Hi-tech
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New unobtrusive electrode system for persistent brain-computer interface

2d ago - Noninvasive recording of electroencephalograms has applications in neurology, health and brain-co... | Hi-tech
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3,000 atoms entangled with a single photon

2d ago - Physicists from MIT and the University of Belgrade have developed a new technique that can succes... | Hi-tech
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Now - We are looking for news editors for the following categories. Games, TV Series, Movies and Tech. If you are an aspiring journalist in one of these... | Promoted post
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The private investigator who spies using drones

2d ago - Aerial vehicles are the latest tool for private detectives – but for how long? Rose Eveleth of th... | Culture
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Tiny bio-robot is a germ suited-up with graphene quantum dots

2d ago - As nanotechnology makes possible a world of machines too tiny to see, researchers are finding way... | Culture
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Physicists solve low-temperature magnetic mystery: Mechanism of the Kondo Effect unlocked

2d ago - Researchers have made an experimental breakthrough in explaining a rare property of an exotic mag... | Culture
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5 High-Tech Contact Lenses That Could Change The World

3d ago - As wearable vision correction goes, it doesn’t get more low-key than contact lenses. The thin len... | Gadgets
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Will we ever… speak faster than light speed?

4d ago - If we explore the outer reaches of space, keeping in touch with home will be a daunting task. But... | Culture
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Boeing gets patent for a shockwave attenuation system

5d ago - In science fiction, force fields act as a defense against enemy fire. This month, Boeing got a pa... | Culture
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Android Takes Security To The Next Level

5d ago - Android on body detection is a whole new way to keep your phone secure. Can your phone use androi... | Gadgets
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SEC Filing Reveals NVIDIA Now Using Samsung for Some Manufacturing

5d ago - NVIDIA has disclosed in their latest 10-K filing that none other than Samsung is manufacturing so... | Hi-tech
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Galaxy S6 The Good & Bad

6d ago - Confused whether if Galaxy S6 is Good or Bad? Want to buy Galaxy S6 and have double thoughts? Rea... | Gadgets
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Apple Glass: venturing into augmented reality

7d ago - The Apple Glass might be in the works as analyst says the company is already recruiting members f... | Industry
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Scientists invent new way to control light, critical for next gen of super fast computing

8d ago - A device resembling a plastic honeycomb yet infinitely smaller than a bee's stinger can steer lig... | Hi-tech
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Detection of mini black holes at the LHC could indicate parallel universes in extra dimensions

9d ago - The possibility that other universes exist beyond our own universe is tantalizing, but seems near... | Culture
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There are 2 competing ideas for the car of the future — and only 1 can win

9d ago - Over the past year, the car of the future has gone from being a topic of speculative discussion t... | Industry
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Inside The Satellite Detective Agencies That Catch The Companies Destroying The Planet—From Space

9d ago - Now that everyone has access to pictures from space, it's time to use them to stop the hidden act... | Industry
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Researchers develop revolutionary 3D printing technology

10d ago - A 3D printing technology developed by Silicon Valley startup, Carbon3D Inc., enables objects to r... | Culture
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Apple's grand smartwatch plan will take time

11d ago - Until around 1900, wristwatches were most popular among women. Men preferred pocket watches. That... | Industry
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Half-millimeter-thick battery could be worn in a wrinkle-smoothing patch

12d ago - As the batteries under development in today's research labs are looking less like large blocks of... | Gadgets
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Are superfast trains speeding down the tracks?

12d ago - At the time the UK was completing its first stretch of high-speed rail in 2007, China had barely... | Industry
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From Android wearables, to Android... furniture?

13d ago - MWEB TechnoZone writes: "Could smart furniture be the next link in the chain? If you've been pond... | Culture
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Japanese scientists closer to true wireless charging

13d ago - MWEB TechnoZone writes: "The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has succeeded in transm... | Industry
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Project Zero sheds more light on rowhammer problem

13d ago - Researchers have discussed exploits with some DRAM memory devices, allowing attackers access to t... | Hi-tech
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