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Biotech Dominates July Penny Stock Picks

Posted on July 17th, 2017.

July brings new opportunities to trade penny stocks, according to the Investopedia top 10 penny stocks to watch. Biotechnology stocks in particular are poised for a breakout. Biotechnology funds broke out of the long-term basing pattern in June, forcing rotational buying pressure, which bodes well for the low-priced sub-sector, with many...

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Autonomous

Drones Are a Next-Generation Computing Platform, Says Intel

Posted on November 8th, 2016.

Intel announced the first Intel drone designed specifically for light shows: the Intel Shooting Star drone. With this drone, the company plans to demonstrate that drone light shows can redefine entertainment and create amazing new experiences in the night sky.

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Electronics

Chinese Physicists Achieve Record-Breaking Quantum Cryptography Breakthrough

Posted on November 4th, 2016.

Researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China and other Chinese labs, with the collaboration of a lab in the US, have implemented a secure quantum protocol known as Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution (MDIQKD), suitable for practical networks and devices, over a distance of 404 km. The breakthrough,...

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Electronics

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

Posted on October 7th, 2016.

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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Business

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

Posted on October 5th, 2016.

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...

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Electronics

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

Posted on October 3rd, 2016.

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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Electronics

Dot: Precision Tracking Hardware Makes Your Smartphones Smarter

Posted on September 24th, 2016.

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...

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Communication

Toward Unbreakable Quantum Encryption for Everyone

Posted on September 12th, 2016.

Hacked recently covered the efforts of the Chinese government to build unbreakable quantum communication networks. According to analysts, quantum communications networks are so expensive that they could have a “recentralizing effect,” enabling states to recover the ground that they have lost to decentralizing digital...

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Communication

The Chinese Quantum Satellite QUESS: Toward Unbreakable Quantum Networks

Posted on September 8th, 2016.

One year ago Hacked covered the race between the US and China to develop “military super-powers” by harnessing quantum science, and noted that Chinese scientists were developing quantum communication satellites that support unbreakable encryption. A few weeks ago, China launched its first quantum satellite.

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Electronics

Nanotechnology Breakthrough: Carbon Nanotubes Outperform Silicon Electronics

Posted on September 5th, 2016.

University of Wisconsin–Madison materials engineers have created carbon nanotube transistors that, for the first time, outperform state-of-the-art silicon transistors. This breakthrough points the way to future high-performance nanotube electronics.

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Companies

Nanotube Electronics Could Replace Silicon – IBM Research Breakthrough

Posted on October 2nd, 2015.

IBM announced a major engineering breakthrough that could open the way to replacing silicon transistors with carbon nanotubes in future electronics and computing technologies.

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Cybersecurity

Acronis and ID Quantique to Bring Quantum-Safe Encryption to Cloud Data Protection

Posted on September 30th, 2015.

Acronis, a company specialized in new generation data protection, and ID Quantique, a company specialized in quantum-safe crypto solutions, announced a collaboration to help protect companies from future security threats related to advances in decryption techniques and the arrival of quantum computing.

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Companies

Filament Deploys Mesh Networks of Smart Sensors for the Internet of Things

Posted on August 25th, 2015.

Filament, a developer of ad-hoc mesh networks of smart sensors for industrial applications and the Internet of Things (IoT), announced that it has closed $5 million in funding led by Bullpen Capital. Joining the Series A round are Verizon Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Samsung Ventures, Digital Currency Group, Haystack, Working Lab...

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Electronics

Researchers Develop High Precision Method to Control Nanoparticles for Digital Applications

Posted on August 18th, 2015.

Researchers at the University of Zurich have developed a high precision method to control colloidal nanoparticles – tiny particles suspended in a solution. The technology could have important applications in digital electronics and displays.

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Companies

IBM Scientists Advance Toward Brain-Like Computing, Develop ‘Digital Mouse Brain’

Posted on August 18th, 2015.

IBM scientists are advancing toward “neuromorphic” computing – digital systems that process information like the brain – and launching a complete ecosystem for brain-like computing, with important near-term applications and visionary long-term prospects.

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Electronics

First Year Nanoscience Students Advance Toward Self-Assembling Nanoelectronics

Posted on August 17th, 2015.

First year nanoscience students at the University of Copenhagen have made an important advance toward self-assembling nanoelectronics – tiny molecular circuits that spontaneously self-assemble from chemical substances in appropriate conditions.

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Companies

IBM Launches Linux-Powered Mainframe LinuxOne

Posted on August 17th, 2015.

IBM has launched a Linux-powered mainframe for the enterprise. With the launch of the new system, dubbed LinuxONE, IBM wants to bring together the advantages of open source software and those of optimized, centralized hardware with world-class customer service.

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Artificial Intelligence

The Toil Toward Quantum Computers Just Turned Into a Sprint

Posted on August 14th, 2015.

A new optical chip that can process photons in a dizzying number of infinite ways has been developed by two research teams. Researchers from the University of Bristol in the UK and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone in Japan (NTT) are behind the breakthrough in quantum computing. The means to solve daunting problems such as the ability to...

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Electronics

Open Space Agency Develops Powerful 3D Printable Telescope

Posted on August 14th, 2015.

Citizen scientists and serious amateur astronomers can now 3D print a powerful telescope, Make reports. Dubbed Ultrascope, the kit-set telescope could reduce the cost of pro-level astronomy by an order of magnitude.

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Electronics

iSkin Turns the Body Into a Touchpad

Posted on August 13th, 2015.

A skin-worn sensor that turns the human body into a touch sensitive surface for controlling mobile devices has been developed by scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics and Saarland University, Reuters reports. iSkin is made from biocompatible silicone rubber with pressure-sensitive sensors that are stuck to the skin of...

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