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October 7, 2016

Berkeley Lab’s One-Nanometer Transistor Could Keep Electronics On Exponential Growth

Decades ago Intel Co-Founder Gordon Moore observed that the density, degree of miniaturization, and ultimately the performance of electronic components, was doubling every two years.

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October 5, 2016

Snap – Formerly Snapchat – Ventures into Wearable Market with “Spectacles”

Two major things happened with Snapchat late September this year. First, it changed its name from Snapchat to simply Snap. Secondly, the company announced its new product called “Spectacles.”

Snap came into public – mostly millennials – consciousness with its mobile app that allows users to take photos and videos and share it instantly with friends.

On Google Play alone, Snapchat has been downloaded roughly 100 million times.

On September 24, the company announced that its new product called Spectacles will be available soon.

The company describes Spectacles as sunglasses with an integrated video camera. The video camera is said to be capable of taking a [...]

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October 3, 2016

Chinese Quantum Physicists Develop Ultra-Powerful, Anti-Stealth Military Radar

A top Chinese military technology company announced the development and preliminary testing of a new form of radar able to detect stealth planes 100km away, South China Morning Post recently reported.

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September 24, 2016

Dot: Precision Tracking Hardware Makes Your Smartphones Smarter

A team of five Berkeley engineers has developed a new hardware product that utilizes precision location tracking to make smartphone notifications highly intelligent and contextual.

In the technology-minded world that we live in it’s nearly impossible to walk down the street without encountering someone on their phone. However, with the amount of information that we store in our phones it can be difficult to filter out what’s important and what’s not.

This is where Dot enters the scene.

Developed by startup Iota Labs, Dot is a physical push notification that informs your smartphone where you are so that it can determine your patterns and behaviors in the [...]

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