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High-performance, low-energy artificial synapse for neural network computing

A new organic artificial synapse made by Stanford researchers could support computers that better recreate the way the human brain processes information. It could also lead to improvements in brain-machine technologies.

So... What's a Blockchain?

live in the world of blockchain and smart contracts. I hear people using terms that remind me of when we were building the Web back in the 1990s: they are talking, but they aren't understanding each other because they don't have a common understa

World's Highest Airship

JP Aerospace's Tandem airship flew to 95,085 feet on October 22, 2011...The thirty foot long craft flew for just over three hours. JP Aerospace, America's OTHER Space Program

The Coming Bitcoin Crackdown

We all know the old dictum: "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em!" Well, governments have their own version: "If you can't beat 'em, use your jackbooted thugs to go out and steal their idea and outlaw all competition."

Star Wars Science - The Force Trainer II: Hologram Experience

Now you can move holograms with just the power of your mind! Re-enact famous Jedi challenges as you advance through 10 different levels of Force Training.

India Launches Record-Breaking 104 Satellites on Single Rocket

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) achieved a major milestone last night (Feb. 14) with a successful record-setting launch of 104 satellites on a single rocket.

Websites Can Now Track You Online Across Multiple Web Browsers

You might be aware of websites, banks, retailers, and advertisers tracking your online activities using different Web "fingerprinting" techniques even in incognito/private mode, but now sites can track you anywhere online -- even if you switch brows

You Can Now Get This Powerful Pocket Windows 10 PC For Under $200

Modern smartphones rival laptops in terms of processing power. But you've never seen a computer like the Ockel Sirius B Windows 10 Pocket PC, which is no bigger than an iPhone but packs a big computing punch.

Google Fiber Sheds Workers As It Looks to a Wireless Future

Google Fiber is getting a lot smaller. Alphabet is sending hundreds of employees at Access--the division that runs the high-speed internet service--to work at other parts of the company, an Access spokeswoman says. It's not the end of Fiber, not

Artificial Intelligence technical talent with F-you money...

For the past year, Google's car project has been a talent sieve, thanks to leadership changes, strategy doubts, new startup dreams and rivals luring self-driving technology experts.

88 New Satellites Will Watch Earth, All the Time, All the Places

The satellite company Planet is used to breaking records. In 2014, a rocket exploded with a payload of the company's satellites inside--26, the biggest loss ever.

Edward Snowden's New Job: Protecting Reporters From Spies

When Edward Snowden leaked the biggest collection of classified National Security Agency documents in history, he wasn't just revealing the inner workings of a global surveil­lance machine.

Pirate Party in Netherlands Determined to Keep Using Bitcoin

The Dutch Electoral Council reportedly rejected a payment in Bitcoin from the country's Pirate Party to participate in upcoming elections.

Micromote now one cubic millimeter computer with a megabyte of flash memory....

In 2015, the Michigan Micro Mote constituted the first complete, operational computer system measuring as small as two millimeters across.

Meet the Man Running the Only Bitcoin Node In West Africa

A Nigerian developer wants to start building the bitcoin network in the region.

Google's New AI System Unscrambles Pixelated Faces

Google's neural networks have achieved the dream of CSI viewers everywhere: the company has revealed a new AI system capable of "enhancing" an eight-pixel square image, increasing the resolution 16-fold and effectively restoring lost data.

READ YOU LIKE A FACEBOOK Mark Zuckerberg funds bid to develop mind-reading brain implants

Billionaire pays for research into 'neural recording', a creepy-sounding technique which could change the lives of people suffering serious illnesses

The Man Who Scared the World With 3D Printed Guns Isn't Going Anywhere

'The New Radical,' a documentary about 28-year-old Cody Wilson, premiered at Sundance, but not without contention. We spoke to Wilson and filmmaker Adam Bhala Lough to find out why.

UK rail operators eye biometric ticketing future

Britain's railway industry has moved to make life easier for future commuters, laying out a roadmap to modernize its transport systems for the digital era.

770,000 Tubes of Spit Help Map America's Great Migrations

AMERICA IS NOT the great melting pot that poets like Ralph Waldo Emerson once extolled. At least, that's not the story that DNA tells, according to the genealogy company Ancestry.

A real flying submarine drone

Innocorp has a new drone that is a flying submarine.

SideArm Catches Full-Size Unmanned Aerial System Flying at Full Speed

Few scenes capture the U.S. Navy's prowess as effectively as the rapid-fire takeoff and recovery of combat jets from the deck of an aircraft carrier.

DARPA aims to develop an integrated end-to-end platform that uses nucleic acid ....

Over the past several years, DARPA-funded researchers have pioneered RNA vaccine technology, a medical countermeasure against infectious diseases that uses coded genetic constructs to stimulate production of viral proteins in the body, which in turn

New Laser Based on Unusual Physics Phenomenon Could Improve Telecommunications, Computing and More

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have demonstrated the world's first laser based on an unconventional wave physics phenomenon called bound states in the continuum.

How to Keep Amazon Echo and Google Home From Responding to Your TV

Voice assistants such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home are pretty smart, but they're not yet sharp enough to understand the difference between TV and reality. A Google commercial during yesterday's Super Bowl prompted Home to play whale noises,

Maurice Conti: The incredible inventions of intuitive AI

What do you get when you give a design tool a digital nervous system? Computers that improve our ability to think and imagine, and robotic systems that come up with (and build) radical new designs for bridges, cars, drones and much more -- all by th

Terahertz wireless could make spaceborne satellite links with speed over 100 gigabits per second

Hiroshima University, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, and Panasonic Corporation announced the development of a terahertz (THz) transmitter capable of transmitting digital data at a rate exceeding 100 gigabits (= 0.1 t

Lady Gaga's Halftime Show Drones Have a Bright Future

The best Super Bowl halftime shows leave indelible memories, be it a notorious wardrobe malfunction, that goofy Left Shark, or every last second of Beyoncé's two appearances. It's too soon to say whether anything Lady Gaga did tonight will reson

Russians Engineer a Brilliant Slot Machine Cheat--And Casinos Have No Fix

In early June 2014, accountants at the Lumiere Place Casino in St. Louis noticed that several of their slot machines had--just for a couple of days--gone haywire.

Google Word Lens translates written Japanese in realtime

The Google Word Lens app is now available in Japanese. You'll never have to worry about taking a wrong turn on a busy Shibuya street or ordering something you wouldn't normally eat.

1,000 times more efficient nano-LED opens door to faster microchip

The electronic data connections within and between microchips are increasingly becoming a bottleneck in the exponential growth of data traffic worldwide.

A Pirate Podcast App Takes on Iran's Hardline Censors

REZA GHAZINOURI REMEMBERS the importance of pirate radio as a teenager growing up in in the city of Mashhad in northeast Iran. His father tuned in multiple times a day to the banned Farsi version of the BBC transmitted from neighboring countries, to

Rewritable Paper that uses light and no ink

Developing efficient photoreversible color switching systems for constructing rewritable paper is of significant practical interest owing to the potential environmental benefits including forest conservation, pollution reduction, and resource sustain

Physicists, Lasers, and an Airplane: Taking Aim at Quantum Cryptography

On a clear night last September, at a little Ontario airport, two pilots, two scientists, and an engineer took off in a small plane. They'd pulled the left-side door off its hinges, and a telescope poked out of the portal--not at the night sky, bu

How to Watch the Super Bowl Without Cable

This weekend, everyone's going to be doing exactly one thing. OK, make that two things, because the Puppy Bowl is on. But the Super Bowl is coming, and it's sure to be one of--if not the--most-watched night of television this year.

Large scale microwave trapped ion universal quantum computer design ...

can scale to billions trapped ions and would solve 2048 bit Shor factoring in 110 days The microwave trapped ion universal quantum computer design work features a new invention permitting actual quantum bits to be transmitted between. individual qua

The Widely Spread And Constantly Used Silent Killer – Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is a wireless network, which everybody uses and helps us connect to a lot device without cables. Everywhere we go we can find Wi-Fi. The major beneficiaries are the mobile phones, and the companies offer some specific instructions for the phone

Build Amazing DIY Tech Projects with This Arduino Starter Kit and Course Bundle

The Arduino microcontroller is incredibly popular with hobbyists, and powers some amazing DIY projects. This 2017 Arduino Starter Kit and Course Bundle provides everything you need to get started learning about electronics and the Internet of Things.

Bizarre metal conducts electricity without heating up

In an apparent contradiction to textbook physics, a metal has been identified that conducts electricity but produces almost no heat in the process.

Device reads brain activity to help locked-in people communicate

It can tell whether a completely paralyzed person is thinking "yes" or "no"

NO CONTROL Documentary Trailer

NO CONTROL Documentary Trailer

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics on the Road to Superintelligence

The human brain, consisting of roughly 86 billion neurons, rivals the world's best supercomputers in terms of magnitude, efficiency, and speed, using as little energy as a small 20-watt light bulb. Human evolution took tens of thousands of years to

THE NEW RADICAL, CODY WILSON, AND THE FUTURE OF 3D-PRINTED GUNS

Technoanarchist Cody Wilson and director Adam Bhala Lough discuss their new documentary on cryptowarriors, which covers issues from home-manufactured weapons to Bitcoin to Donald Trump.

ENTER THE MATRIX Elon Musk reveals plans to install computers directly into human BRAINS

Tech mogul says he will unveil incredible new mind-reading technology next month

Lexar doubles down with a 512 GB CFast card

Media professionals dealing with data-heavy formats such as RAW and 4K will soon have a new option for their toolkits, with Lexar announcing a new 512 GB CFast memory card.

The Whatsapp Scandal

The house with the built-in backdoor

OK Computer

What will your next computer look like? A convertible hybrid? A Chromebook? A massive 28-inch touchscreen? Will you just buy an iPad and slap a keyboard on it? The PC landscape is being reshaped by new habits, new workflows, and new economics.

Quantum Computers Versus Hackers, Round One. Fight!

This week D-Wave, a leader in the nascent field of quantum computing, unveiled its latest machine, D-Wave 2000Q, as well as its first customer: a cybersecurity firm called Total Digital Security.

How To Defeat The Globalist System:

"The Elites Hope To Streamline Tyranny… They Need Crisis And Calamity"

Just how good is Google Word Lens at deciphering Japanese?

Spending a day with Google Translate in Japan

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