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Quantum computer is ready for mass production at competitive prices

Researchers have created a promising building block for supercomputers of the future: a two-dimensional platform that could lead to quantum bits that are both stable and possible to mass...

Some Nokia 7 Plus users’ personal information was sent to China

In the last few weeks we've heard a lot about the devices that supposedly send personal information to China, especially with the polemic between Huawei and the U.S. government,...

New USB 4: 40 Gbps speed

At the end of February the USB Implementers Forum, USB-IF, responsible for the standard that we use every day, announced USB 3.2, a substantial improvement of the 3.1 that...

Streaming is killing Blu-Ray and DVD

Samsung has chosen to suspend the production of Blu-ray 4K players and not invest any means or efforts in renewing the HD line with updates of their current models....

Could microchip’s physical imperfections produce unique security keys?

New technology is 10 times more reliable than current methods of producing unclonable digital fingerprints for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, researchers report. The physically unclonable function (PUF) technology uses...

AI optimizes phone’s performance based on how we use it

Artificial intelligence can predict when you’ll reach for your phone to make the most of your battery life, according to new research. How many times have you lost your competitive...

How to cut power consumption of IoT sensor nodes by 1,000 times?

Researchers have created a low-cost, “battery-less” wake-up timer—in the form of an on-chip circuit—that significantly reduces the power consumption of silicon chips for Internet of Things (IoT) sensor nodes. The...

Your phone could work at extreme temps with new plastic

Researchers have created a new kind of plastic material that could help electronics function in extreme heat. The new plastic material could reliably conduct electricity in up to 220 degrees...

New method to transfer entire 2D circuits to any smooth surface.

What if a sensor sensing a thing could be part of the thing itself? Now, engineers believe they have a two-dimensional solution to do just that. They have developed...

Oculus Quest, a VR device that does not require a PC or a smartphone

When talking about Virtual Reality the first thing that comes to mind is how expensive it is to do it since you have to have a PC that is...
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Companies are lazy and unclear sending alerts about data breaches

The notifications that companies send consumers about data breaches lack clarity and may add to customer confusion about whether their data is at risk,...

After augmented reality, the virtual world still affects you

New research digs into how augmented reality affects people’s behavior—in both the physical world and a digitally enhanced one. Researchers found that after people had...

What is the economic rationale as to whether we should impose a tax on...

Soda taxes offer a “net good,” according to an analysis of health benefits and consumer behavior. The two working papers point to advantages similar to...

How to reduce the chance of clicking through to a phishing link?

New research compares different kinds of warnings alerting email users to potential phishing scams. Just when we think we have a handle on the tricks...

What is Google Translatotron?

Google Translate goes a step further with 'Translatotron', a service that translates without the need for text. The translator converts your audio to another...

Google Play may be still used on Huawei devices

Google, the technological giant on which android operating systems depend and which has announced its rupture with Huawei, announces that users will be able...

When price is the first factor in the purchasing decision, consumers make poor choices

A new framework to enable retailers to better position their products to consumers has been devised by Tamer Boyaci and Frank Huettner at ESMT...

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