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Tablet PC’s

Tablet PC’s

  The new Dell tablets running Windows 8 and Windows RT are now up for pre-order. The Dell XPS 10 running Windows RT and based on Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chip…

The Memristor

The Memristor

   The memristor, a microscopic component that can “remember” electrical states even when turned off. It’s expected to be far cheaper and faster than flash storage. A theoretical concept since…

New Technological Inventions that Will Help Us In The Future

New Technological Inventions that Will Help Us In The Future

Technology is something which has its long-lasting effects because of its versatility and variance. It keeps on advancing from time to time and thus, with due course of time, new…

Nano technology

Nano technology

  Nanotechnology was touted and is still considered in many quarters as an answer to all the technological challenges faced by the tech industry in the pursuit of advancement of…

Electronics Maverick Stanford R. Ovshinsky In The Pages Of PopSci

Electronics Maverick Stanford R. Ovshinsky In The Pages Of PopSci

Stanford R. Ovshinsky, a self-taught, inventive genius who revolutionized the field of semiconductors, died of prostate cancer on Wednesday at the age of 89. Though he never went to college,…

Spontaneous Combustion Is Easier Than You Think

Spontaneous Combustion Is Easier Than You Think

The facts about spontaneous combustion are easily lost. Mostly this is because spontaneous human combustion is a favorite among conspiracy-theorist types. Reports of people suddenly going up in flames tend…

The James Webb Space Telescope Gets Chilled to 400 Degrees Below Zero : Megapixels

The James Webb Space Telescope Gets Chilled to 400 Degrees Below Zero : Megapixels

In 2018, NASA will launch the James Webb Space Telescope, which will boast mirrors approximately seven times larger than those on the Hubble. Once operational, the telescope will peer through…

Beautiful Photos Of Google’s (Problematic) Data Centers

Beautiful Photos Of Google’s (Problematic) Data Centers

Two things need to be said about these images of data centers–the server storage areas for tech giants–just released from Google: a) They’re breathtakingly beautiful, and b) They’re a breathtakingly…

Pacemakers could be infiltrated to deliver deadly shocks

Pacemakers could be infiltrated to deliver deadly shocks

Pacemakers could be infiltrated to deliver deadly shocks, according to a security expert. IOActive researcher Barnaby Jack demonstrated this capability at a security conference in Melbourne, according to Australia’s SC…

A New Breed Of Robotic 3-D Printer Lets You Change Design In Mid-Print

A New Breed Of Robotic 3-D Printer Lets You Change Design In Mid-Print

Conventional 3-D printing generally works by precisely depositing thin layers of heated, extruded plastic or resin one atop the other based on a 3-D digital model of the desired object.…