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Plastic electronics: they hold the promise of cheap mass-produced LEDs and solar cells, but they have a flaw: charge traps. Researchers from the Georgia Institute of... Read More »
The Google of China is called Baidu. Baidu is already the dominant search engine throughout China, catering to a projected 61% of the market share in regards to... Read More »
Undergraduate students at Johns Hopkins University have developed a cell phone-based screening device that’s intended to identify anemic pregnant women and... Read More »
“The fact is that we really don’t understand how any atomic-scale defect affects the performance on an optoelectronic device,” said Norman Tolk, the ... Read More »
Vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers offer a number of advantages in the manufacturing process over their horizontal-cavity brethren. In particular, vertical... Read More »
Researchers for North Carolina State University and ImagineOptix Corporation have developed a new technique for polarizing light that promises smaller, more efficient ... Read More »
Limited space and battery power has traditionally forced large amounts of energy-intensive RAM to be left out of smartphones and tablet computers -- but no more. Tel... Read More »
University of Utah physicists have invented a new "spintronic" organic light-emitting diode or spin OLED that promises brighter, cheaper, and more efficient ... Read More »
A novel system from MIT combines power harvested from light, heat, and vibrations for use with minute wireless monitoring devices. Because each energy capturing... Read More »
Researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the University of California (UC) Berkeley have... Read More »
A multidisciplinary team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and in Spain has discovered a new mathematical approach to simulate the electronic behavior of... Read More »
When purchasing a digital camera, one important measurement is the number of pixels on the camera's sensor. Historically, this is measured in megapixels, or... Read More »
What happens in Cupertino... Spending most of today's article on consumer tech simply can't be avoided: as expected, Apple's famed WWDC can't help ... Read More »
U.S. researchers at Purdue University and NNSA's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are perfecting simulations that show a nuclear weapon's... Read More »
Computex, the other international mobile device trade show, launched today in Taipei, Taiwan, and will no doubt keep the tech-news hungry occupied for the rest of the ... Read More »
Towards the end of last week, Freescale Semiconductors made an announcement that went surprisingly unnoticed by the tech community. In a press release on Thursday... Read More »
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Ann ConkleI've always found it frustrating that my very "smart" phone has to be plugged in the get charged. So glad to hear that power is finally catching up with the rest of the wireless revolution.
Jun 4, 2012
No news is Google news Owner and operator of everybody's favorite internet text field, Google, continues to make news as it branches farther away from its... Read More »
Enjoy this week’s wrap up of trending medical news!   Rats paralyzed due to spinal cord injury walking again thanks to new therapy Rats that... Read More »
Computer-designed proteins are under construction to battle the flu.  Researchers at the University of Washington are demonstrating that proteins found in... Read More »
A decade later, BlackBerry has become Palm. After dominating the mobile market and revolutionizing the boundaries of what a personal device could offer, the company... Read More »