Microchip implants like the ones pet owners use to track their dogs and cats could become commonplace in humans in the next decade.
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 →
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