TSA may have purchased its hardware without any evaluation of its cybersecurity.
A postage-stamp-size chip, equipped with 5.4 billion transistors, is capable of simulating 1 million neurons in the brain.
This week's selections will have you wishing you could go there, drive that, do that, wear that and own that. Feast your eyeballs.
A funny thing happened on the way to making a semiconductor.
The display can be rolled up to a diameter of 6 centimeters without adversely affecting its function. Continue reading →
For the first time, a neural bypass rerouted brain signals around nerve damage
A new microchip based on the human brain is 9,000 times faster than a typical PC and uses significantly less power. Continue reading →
Wave your hands around in the air to control your keyboard, type messages and manipulate data.
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