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Scientists develop 5G technology ľ wireless speed of 1 terabit per second

Scientists at the University of Sydney in Australia have achieved 5G speeds of 1Tbps, far exceeding existing the speeds of existing technologies. At 1 Terrabyte per second, you could download ...

14 hours ago from ZME Science

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Breakthrough in CMOS-based transceivers for MM-wave radar systems

Today, at the 2015 International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), imec and Panasonic presented a transceiver chip for phase-modulated continuous-wave radar at 79GHz. This achievement ...

Thu 26 Feb 15 from Phys.org

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TMSC announces lithography milestone as EUV moves closer to production

Extreme ultraviolet lithography is finally approaching commercial viability thanks to sustained power output of nearly 100W over a 24 hour period. There's a great deal of work yet to do, but ...

Tue 24 Feb 15 from Extremetech

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New NIST tools to help boost wireless channel frequencies and capacity

Smartphones and tablets are everywhere, which is great for communications but a growing burden on wireless channels. Forecasted huge increases in mobile data traffic call for exponentially more ...

Thu 19 Feb 15 from Phys.org

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Office plants computer chips under workers' skin instead of ID cards

A new Swedish office block is implanting the workers inside of it with computer chips under their skin, rather than issuing them with ID cards.

Fri 30 Jan 15 from The Independent

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IBM integrates optics and electronics on a single chip

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Fri 14 Dec 12 from Gizmag

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New Sonos logo design pulses like a speaker when scrolled

Go ahead and give the page a wiggle. The pulsing effect you see, akin to a throbbing speaker, is the outcome of a new identity created for Sonosáby Bruce Mau Design. It's not clear ...

Fri 23 Jan 15 from The Verge

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New power amplifier design could double smartphone battery life

Cell phones have come a long way in terms of battery life, but lets be honest, there's still plenty of room for improvement. The very fact that we talk about using a phone for eight hours as ...

Tue 6 Nov 12 from Gizmag

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Caltech's chips survive laser armageddon thanks to self-healing powers

Although you are fairly unlikely to start zapping your gadgets with high-power lasers any time soon, scientists are already hard at work trying to make electronics immune to such cruelty. In ...

Tue 12 Mar 13 from Gizmag

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US military funds 'Mission: Impossible' vanishing devices

The US military is spending millions to build "vanishing" technology that self-destructs on the battlefield, like the tape recorder that goes up in smoke in the "Mission: Impossible" television ...

Sat 8 Feb 14 from Phys.org

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