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Mercedes' Digital Light system takes a novel approach to safety - Roadshow
CNET Using a set of mirrors and computer chips, Digital Light can display HD images on the ground and provide anti-dazzle protection for oncoming cars... 1 hour
Customized tablet-based tool can help epilepsy patients to manage own unique symptoms
NEWS MEDICAL Epilepsy patients who want to learn how to manage their own unique symptoms can now get individualized information via tablet computer through a research... 19 hours
microsoft s ai will describe images in word and powerpoint for blind users Microsoft’s AI will describe images in Word and PowerPoint for blind users
THE VERGE Artificial intelligence may be making small and steady advances in general-purpose situations like digital assistants. But it’s the more subtle AI accessibility features that... 19 hours
How to check your computer's full specifications on Windows 10
Windows Central When you need to know more details about your computer configuration, use this guide to get a complete overview of your system information on Windows 10. Most of... 23 hours
What interns and new grads really get paid at top tech companies
TechCrunch  From woefully underpaid internships  to legendary hiring bonuses at huge Silicon Valley companies, it’s hard for job seekers to know what they’re worth in tech.... 21 hours
Making better use of the crowd
PHYS.ORG Over the last decade, computer scientists have harnessed crowds of Internet users to solve tasks that are notoriously difficult to crack with computers alone, such as determining whether an image contains a tree, rating the relevance... 1 day
Football meets virtual reality in new headset computer game
BBC A football computer game has been given a futuristic makeover, immersing players into the world of virtual reality. 1 day
Computer learns to recognize sounds by watching video
MIT Machine-learning system doesn’t require costly hand-annotated data. 2 days
Computer learns to recognize sounds by watching video
PHYS.ORG In recent years, computers have gotten remarkably good at recognizing speech and images: Think of the dictation software on most cellphones, or the algorithms that automatically identify people in photos posted to... 2 days
Computer learns to recognize sounds by watching video
SCIENCE DAILY In recent years, computers have gotten remarkably good at recognizing speech and images: Think of the dictation software on most cellphones, or the algorithms that automatically identify people in photos posted to... 2 days
How we made the most of the BBC Micro
BBC It's 35 years since the BBC launched its revolutionary 8-bit computer, inspiring a whole generation of programmers. 2 days
You can't hide from government hacking - CNET
CNET As of Thursday, federal law enforcement can seek warrants to plant malware on a computer even if they don't know where in the country -- or the world -- it is. 3 days
New computer model provides neighborhood-level forecasts of influenza outbreaks
NEWS MEDICAL Scientists at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health developed a computer model to predict the onset, duration, and magnitude of influenza outbreaks for New York City boroughs and neighborhoods. 3 days
Senate takes aim at 'bots' that snap up concert seats
PHYS.ORG The Senate is cracking down on computer software used by ticket brokers to snap up tickets to concerts and shows. 3 days
tor browser vulnerability used to attack visitors to a child porn site Tor Browser vulnerability used to attack visitors to a child porn site
THE VERGE A child pornography site called Giftbox has been attacking its users with a newly discovered exploit in the Tor Browser, according to an exclusive... 3 days
pluto s heart of ice might be a sinkhole Pluto's heart of ice might be a sinkhole
CBC Computer models show that Pluto's heart-shaped region may be a natural sinkhole. 3 days
Flu forecasts successful on neighborhood level
SCIENCE DAILY A computer model has been developed to predict the onset, duration, and magnitude of influenza outbreaks for New York City boroughs and neighborhoods. They found the model effective in a test using data from 2008-2013. 3 days
using an app that remembers all my digital activity felt like putting my brain in a jar Using an app that remembers all my digital activity felt like putting my brain in a jar
THE VERGE Atlas Recall,... 3 days
apple seeds fourth beta of tvos 10 1 to developers Apple Seeds Fourth Beta of tvOS 10.1 to Developers
MacRumors Apple today seeded the fourth beta of an upcoming tvOS 10.1 update to developers for testing purposes, two... 3 days
Digital microbes for munching yourself healthy
SCIENCE DAILY Hundreds of different bacterial species live in the human gut, helping us to digest our food. The metabolic processes of these bacteria are not only tremendously important to our health – they are also tremendously complex.... 3 days
Margaret H. Hamilton: Apollo Computer Programmer
SPACE.COM Computer scientist Margaret H. Hamilton helped write the software for the Apollo spacecraft. For her work, she was honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016. 4 days
carleton university computers infected with ransomware Carleton University computers infected with ransomware
CBC Students at Carleton University are being warned that some of its computers have been infected by ransomware — a type of computer virus that... 4 days
Digital Offers: Grab a single CleanMyPC license for just $28
Windows Central Over time your computer will likely slow down and become overloaded with tons of random files and data that you really don't need. Cleaning up those files and... 4 days
Are we living in a Matrix-style simulation?
PHYS.ORG A number of philosophers, futurists, and technologists have come to believe that we are living in a computer-simulated world, kind of like a real-life version of The Matrix. The so-called "simulation argument" was popularized... 4 days
Digital microbes for munching yourself healthy
PHYS.ORG Hundreds of bacterial species live in the human gut, helping to digest food. The metabolic processes of these bacteria are not only tremendously important to human health – they are also tremendously complex. A research team... 4 days
Secret phenotypes: Disease devils in invisible details
SCIENCE DAILY The human eye often falls short in the hunt for faint genetic drivers that raise the risk of devastating neurological diseases such as autism and schizophrenia. But little eludes a microscope optic attached to... 4 days
surface studio teardown reveals hidden arm chip and removable hard drive Surface Studio teardown reveals hidden ARM chip and removable hard drive
THE VERGE Microsoft started shipping Surface Studio orders a little earlier than expected last week, which... 4 days
Computer coding in science
PHYS.ORG To be a successful scientist in academia it is no longer sufficient to be good at science. In addition to expertise in experimental methods and data analysis, scientists must also excel in public speaking and writing. Furthermore, scientists must be... 4 days
Online shopping offers environmental benefit
PHYS.ORG Shoppers sitting down at their computer to take advantage of online sales are helping the environment, said a Purdue University professor. 4 days
Intel to provide computing power for Delphi autonomous cars
PHYS.ORG Auto parts and electronics maker Delphi Corp. has signed a deal with Intel to buy high-powered computer processors for Delphi's future autonomous-vehicle systems. 4 days
walmart is doing a cyber monday live stream and i can t look away Walmart is doing a Cyber Monday live stream, and I can't look away
THE VERGE Walmart is promoting its Cyber Monday deals today with a... 5 days
Hackers take SF Muni for weekend joyride - CNET
CNET Some computer systems at the city's public transportation service are taken over in a ransomware attack. 5 days
messenger always gets shot hackers say the canadian government doesn t want their help 'Messenger always gets shot': Hackers say the Canadian government doesn't want their help
CBC The U.S. Department of Defence is encouraging well-intentioned hackers to... 5 days
mit s new method of radio transmission could one day make wireless vr a reality MIT's new method of radio transmission could one day make wireless VR a reality
THE VERGE If you want to use one of today's... 5 days
the canadian government doesn t want hackers help The Canadian government doesn't want hackers' help
CBC The U.S. Department of Defence is encouraging well-intentioned hackers to look for flaws in its computer systems. Meanwhile, the Canadian government's stance... 5 days
Scientists develop new optical circuit components to manipulate light
PHYS.ORG Do you think your computer is fast enough? Think again. The computers of the future could work almost at the speed of light! Nanophotonics, the study of light at the... 5 days
Crucial's 525GB SSD is only £80 at Amazon UK!
Windows Central There are some excellent deals currently under way on technology, more specifically computer components. Amazon has subtracted 44% from the 525GB and 750GB variants of Crucial's MX300 SSD. You'll now... 5 days
hackers are holding san francisco s light rail system for ransom Hackers are holding San Francisco’s light-rail system for ransom
THE VERGE San Francisco Municipal Railway riders got an unexpected surprise this weekend after the system’s computerized fare systems were... 6 days
meet alvinn the self driving car from 1989 Meet ALVINN, the self-driving car from 1989
THE VERGE VIDEO In 1989, the Berlin Wall began to fall, the World Wide Web made its debut, Madonna’s “Like a Prayer” topped the charts,... 6 days
schiaparelli lander crash caused by a computer glitch investigation finds Schiaparelli Lander Crash Caused by a Computer Glitch, Investigation Finds
ASTRO WATCH Good progress has been made in investigating the ExoMars Schiaparelli anomaly of October 19. A large... 1 week
Encounter with a Mysterious Woman
PARANORMAL NEWS The following is the true story which happened to me several years back. Truthfully, I cannot surely say this event was of a paranormal nature however it definitely has predispositions to be one and it is one of... 1 week
Choetech USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter review - CNET
CNET This little device quickly turns a USB-C port on a computer into three ports types including one HDMI port, one USB 3.0 port and one USB-C port. 1 week
Japan looks to create a superfast supercomputer for deep learning
TechCrunch  Japan is reportedly eyeing a return to the top of the supercomputer ranks. The county’s Ministry... 1 week
The supercomputer of the future?
BBC Scientists say they are close to building a large scale quantum computer 1 week
phase 2 of the european astro pi challenge begins Phase 2 of the European Astro Pi challenge begins!
ESA ESA and its partners are happy to announce that more than 350 teams have been selected for the... 1 week
Japan creating world's fastest computer
Sky News Japan plans to build the world's fastest-known supercomputer to help develop cutting edge driverless cars and robots. 1 week
Senior Charged in Cyberattack on Pennsylvania Schools
ABC NEWS A senior has been charged with launching a cyberattack on her western Pennsylvania high school which wound up disrupting more than a dozen school district computer systems 1 week
Computer glitch blamed for European Mars lander crash
PHYS.ORG A tiny lander that crashed on Mars last month flew into the Red Planet at 540 kilometres (335 miles) per hour instead of gently gliding to a stop, after a computer misjudged... 1 week
Probe crashed on Mars after ditching parachute
Sky News The crash landing on Mars of the Schiaparelli probe last month was caused by a computer glitch. 1 week
Research shows how machine-learning models can interpret echocardiographic images and enable HCM diagnosis
NEWS MEDICAL Computer algorithms can automatically interpret echocardiographic images and distinguish between pathological hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and physiological changes in athletes' hearts, according to research... 1 week
Shaking things up with more control
SCIENCE DAILY Excessive vibrations – excessive to the point of injury – have been prominent in the news recently, but researchers have developed an algorithm that could help machines avoid getting trapped in resonant motion. Using a combination... 1 week
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UFO SIGHTINGS DAILY VIDEO Date of sighting: April... 1 week
Uncovering the secrets of friction on graphene
SCIENCE DAILY Graphene has been the subject of widespread research, in large part because of its unique combination of strength, electrical conductivity, and chemical stability. But despite many years of study, some of graphene’s fundamental properties... 1 week
apollo software engineer margaret hamilton receives presidential medal of freedom Apollo software engineer Margaret Hamilton receives Presidential Medal of Freedom
THE VERGE President Obama awarded his last Presidential Medal of Freedom — the highest US honor given to... 1 week
Apple may be building augmented reality glasses; Should Microsoft worry?
Windows Central Rumor has it that Apple is working on augmented reality glasses that may debut in 2018. By then Microsoft's high-profile, untethered, AR wearable computer, HoloLens, will be three... 1 week
Researchers demonstrate ability of machine-learning algorithms in echocardiographic interpretation and diagnosis of HCM
SCIENCE DAILY Computer algorithms can automatically interpret echocardiographic images and distinguish between pathological hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) and physiological changes in athletes' hearts, according to... 1 week
Researchers run largest known transparent checkpointing process
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers led by Jiajun Cao, a PhD candidate in the College of Computer and Information Science (CCIS) at Northeastern University, recently completed what appears to be the largest known instance of... 1 week
European Mars Lander Crash Caused by 1-Second Glitch: ESA
SPACE.COM The crash of Europe's Schiaparelli Mars lander on Oct. 19 followed an unexplained saturation of the probe's inertial measurement unit, which delivered bad data to the lander’s computer and forced... 1 week
Computer modeling could lead to new method for detecting, managing prostate cancer
SCIENCE DAILY A new study may lead to a more accurate system for early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of prostate cancer. It’s a promising development given... 1 week
telegram launches telegraph an anonymous blogging platform Telegram launches Telegraph, an anonymous blogging platform
THE VERGE Telegram now has a blogging platform to go along with its popular messaging app. It’s called Telegraph and, according to VentureBeat, offers... 1 week
steam is about to take over pc gaming all over again this time with vr Steam is about to take over PC gaming all over again — this time, with VR
THE VERGE For years now, Valve’s... 1 week
How to protect your laptop—even when it's asleep
PHYS.ORG In the age of WikiLeaks, Russian hacks and increased government surveillance, many computer users are feeling increasingly worried about how best to protect their personal information—even if they aren't guarding state secrets. 1 week
esa mars lander crash caused by 1 second inertial measurement error ESA: Mars lander crash caused by 1-second inertial measurement error
SPACE NEWS The European Space Agency on Nov. 23 said its Schiaparelli lander’s crash landing on Mars on... 1 week
history between steve jobs and pixar highlighted in new book to pixar and beyond History Between Steve Jobs and Pixar Highlighted in New Book 'To Pixar and Beyond'
MacRumors Steve Jobs' history with the now-acclaimed animation studio... 1 week
Digital Offers: Become a Python and Linux expert for $49
Windows Central Computer Science is a fast-paced industry that is constantly involving and because of that, it can be hard to get ahead or even get a proper start. If... 1 week
Coalition seeks to protect internet from weaknesses of many 'connected' devices
PHYS.ORG As an increasing number of devices—from cars to light bulbs to kitchen appliances—connect with computer networks, experts are raising concerns about privacy and security. Just this... 1 week
in practice what ingredients make the best physicists In Practice: What ingredients make the best physicists?
CERN Harriet Jarlett “I spend most of my time in front of the computer! Programming, skyping students and at meetings too.... 1 week
changing sim card number for more secure mobile phone Changing SIM card number for more secure mobile phone
PHYS.ORG VIDEO A continuously changing SIM card number ensures that your mobile phone can no longer be traced and tapped and enables it to check whether it is in contact with an... 1 week
Apollo Coder and 'Apollo 13' Actor Receive Presidential Medals of Freedom
SPACE.COM Margaret Hamilton, a computer scientist who created the flight software for NASA's Apollo spacecraft, and Tom Hanks, an actor whose role emphasized how astronauts' lives relied... 2 weeks
the best part of call of duty s sci fi future is the mundane set dressing The best part of Call of Duty’s sci-fi future is the mundane set dressing
THE VERGE How the starship captain died is tough to... 2 weeks
Designer materials create miniature computer circuits
PHYS.ORG Scientists at The University of Manchester have discovered a new method of creating optoelectronic circuits using graphene and other 2D materials that are much smaller than their current counterparts. 2 weeks
Disney launches free Moana-themed coding tutorials
TechCrunch  As part of Code.org’s Hour of Code program, Disney is releasing “Moana: Wayfinding with Code,” a free online tutorial to teach kids the basics... 2 weeks
Computer scientists work to prevent hackers from remotely controlling cars
SCIENCE DAILY A luxury vehicle today contains multiple computers. During an hour's drive, it thus produces multiple gigabytes of data. Even less expensive vehicles are now brimming with information technology.... 2 weeks
hair hunting computer benefits from deep learning Hair-hunting computer benefits from deep learning
CBC Toronto researchers are teaching computers to recognize hair. They hope the technique might one day be applied to more important applications, like the visual... 2 weeks
Computer scientists work to prevent hackers from remotely controlling cars
PHYS.ORG One of these has now been closed by computer scientists at the Center for IT Security and Privacy (CISPA) and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)—with... 2 weeks
poison tap usb device hijacks user data from screen locked macs 'Poison Tap' USB Device Hijacks User Data From Screen-Locked Macs
MacRumors VIDEO A developer has created a $5 device that can hack into screen-locked Macs and potentially other... 2 weeks
Why fingers make handy, if not foolproof, digital keys
PHYS.ORG It sounds like a great idea: Forget passwords, and instead lock your phone or computer with your fingerprint. It's a convenient form of security—though it's also perhaps not as safe... 2 weeks
Soybean plants with fewer leaves yield more
SCIENCE DAILY Using computer model simulations, scientists have predicted that modern soybean crops produce more leaves than they need to the detriment of yield -- a problem made worse by rising atmospheric carbon dioxide. They tested... 2 weeks
Early computer rebuild wins conservation award
BBC An exhibit that gives people an idea of what it was like to programme one of the first computers has won an award. 2 weeks
New method helps identify antibiotics in mass spectrometry datasets
PHYS.ORG An international team of computer scientists has for the first time developed a method to find antibiotics hidden in huge but still unexplored mass spectrometry datasets. They detailed their new... 2 weeks
How to transfer photos from iPhone and iPad to your Windows 10 PC
Windows Central How do I get pictures from my iPhone or iPad onto my PC? The reality of our device-rich world is this: you'll... 2 weeks
Soybean plants with fewer leaves yield more
PHYS.ORG Using computer model simulations, scientists have predicted that modern soybean crops produce more leaves than they need to the detriment of yield—a problem made worse by rising atmospheric carbon dioxide. They tested their prediction... 2 weeks
Apple says the MacBook Pro is at the pinnacle of great ideas - CNET
CNET Technically Incorrect: A new, extravagantly produced ad puts Apple's new computer alongside some of the world's greatest inventions. Like, um,... 2 weeks
Liquid silicon: Multi-duty computer chips could bridge the gap between computation and storage
SCIENCE DAILY Computer chips in development could make future computers more efficient and powerful by combining tasks usually kept separate by design, report investigators. 2 weeks
Liquid silicon: Computer chips could bridge the gap between computation and storage
PHYS.ORG Computer chips in development at the University of Wisconsin-Madison could make future computers more efficient and powerful by combining tasks usually kept separate by... 2 weeks
$5 'Poison Tap' hacks locked computers
BBC A developer has created a $5 device that can hack your computer even when the screen is password-protected. 2 weeks
Watch Dogs 2’s fashion atrocities: Crocs, tiny bags, and a hat made from Guy Fieri’s shirt
THE VERGE After a long night of hacking into the computer system of a massive corporation, it was... 2 weeks
Best Lenovo Laptop Deals for November 2016
Windows Central There are lots of deals on Lenovo computers around the web, and here are some of the best! If you are in the market for a new computer and you've narrowed it down to... 2 weeks
Apple to offer free ‘Hour of Code’ workshops for full week
TechCrunch  Apple has opened up registration for its Hour of Code workshops in partnership with Code.org. This year, Apple will host Hour of Code workshops every day... 2 weeks
New model reveals adaptations of world's most abundant ocean microbe
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have developed a computer model which takes into account hundreds of genes, chemical reactions, and compounds required for the survival of Prochlorococcus, the most abundant photosynthetic microbe... 2 weeks
The $5 PoisonTap quickly, completely hijacks even a locked computer’s internet
TechCrunch  After I learned of this clever exploit from Samy Kamkar, my poor 2012 MacBook Air looks more vulnerable than venerable: Asleep on the table, its USB... 2 weeks
Witness wonders if video chat captured alien
MUFON by Roger Marsh on November 16, 2016 A Washington witness at Ellensburg is looking for an explanation after a friend snapped an image during a video chat that seems to show an odd figure... 2 weeks
A "HoloLens" for everyone; Microsoft is democratizing HoloLens tech
Windows Central When Microsoft introduced the untethered holographic computer that is the HoloLens nearly two years ago, everybody wanted one. Of course, at the time no one could get one. The hardware... 2 weeks
K computer takes first place on HPCG benchmark
PHYS.ORG On November 16, the K computer took first place in the HPCG benchmark, a new index developed to create a more realistic view of supercomputer performance compared to the commonly used LINPACK... 2 weeks
The secret to eating fried chicken at a germ-ridden keyboard
THE VERGE I know I know, that headline is embarrassing. But you only had to read it — I had to say it out loud. See, I’m not typing this... 2 weeks
Google's prototype machine learning software lets you enhance low-res photos
THE VERGE Pulling up a low-quality image and telling the computer to "enhance" the resolution has long been the stuff of TV fantasy. But, thanks to machine learning, we are... 2 weeks
Real men don't say 'cute'
SCIENCE DAILY What's in a tweet? From gender to education, the words used on social media carry impressions to others. Using publicly available tweets, social psychologists and computer scientists are helping us to parse out the stereotypes formed by word... 3 weeks
Intel says it will spend $250 million to develop self-driving cars
THE VERGE In a keynote speech during the LA Auto Show today, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said his company will spend $250 million over the next two years... 3 weeks
New model reveals adaptations of world's most abundant ocean microbe
PHYS.ORG Researchers from David Karl's laboratory at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa (UHM) and from Professor Jens Nielsen's laboratory at Chalmers University of Technology in Göteborg, Sweden, developed... 3 weeks
Paralyzed ALS patient operates speech computer with her mind
MNT In the UMC Utrecht a brain implant has been placed in a patient enabling her to operate a speech computer with her mind. The researchers and the patient worked intensively... 3 weeks
Brain implant enables ALS patient to operate speech computer with the mind
NEWS MEDICAL In the UMC Utrecht a brain implant has been placed in a patient enabling her to operate a speech computer with her mind. 3 weeks
HP's new Z2 Mini Workstation is a miniature beast
Windows Central HP has announced the new Z2 Mini Workstation, a miniature beast of a PC made especially for those in computer-aided design (CAD) fields. ... 3 weeks
Save up to 50% on select PC networking and storage accessories
Windows Central Amazon's Deal of the Day can score you up to 50% off a variety of networking and storage gear for your computer. From home Wi-Fi extenders... 3 weeks
Digital Offers: Become a Linux pro for just $69
Windows Central You're probably quite familiar with Windows or Mac OS X — chances are you're visiting us from a computer running one of them right now. However, Linux and UNIX are... 3 weeks
Raspberry Pi used to create electric skateboard
BBC A teenager has built an electric skateboard using a computer that cost just £4. 3 weeks
UK Approves the Extradition of an Alleged Hacker to US.
ABC NEWS Britain has approved the extradition of an alleged computer hacker who is accused of snatching data from the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Army and the FBI 3 weeks
Real men don't say 'cute': Psychologists tap big data and Twitter to analyze the accuracy of stereotypes
PHYS.ORG What's in a tweet? From gender to education, the words used on social media... 3 weeks
Brain implant lets completely paralysed woman communicate again - CNET
CNET The device is being hailed as a world-first, an at-home brain implant that allows the patient to operate a computer with her mind. 3 weeks
Five reasons it's time to start using a GPS bike computer - CNET
CNET A smartphone can only do so much; here is why it's time to invest in a bike computer. 3 weeks
Computer-brain implant helps patient with ALS to communicate
CBC A brain implant has been placed in a "locked-in" patient enabling her to spell out messages with her mind and a computer interface. 3 weeks
Paralyzed ALS patient operates speech computer with her mind
SCIENCE DAILY A brain implant has been placed in a patient enabling her to operate a speech computer with her mind. The researchers and the patient worked intensively to get the settings... 3 weeks
Researchers have a better way to predict flight delays
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have devised a new computer model that can more accurately predict delays faster than anything currently in use. 3 weeks
Brain training can help in fight against dementia, meta-analysis shows
SCIENCE DAILY Engaging in computer-based brain training can improve memory and mood in older adults with mild cognitive impairment, say researchers, but training is no longer effective once a dementia... 3 weeks
HP Enterprise Ordered to Keep Working on Rhode Island System
ABC NEWS A judge has ordered Hewlett Packard Enterprise to continue working on a long-delayed project to build a new computer system for Rhode Island's Division of Motor Vehicles 3 weeks
Apple Seeds Third Beta of tvOS 10.1 to Developers
MacRumors Apple today seeded the third beta of an upcoming tvOS 10.1 update to developers for testing purposes, one week after seeding the second tvOS 10.1 beta and more than a... 3 weeks
Enabling wireless virtual reality
MIT Developed at Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, “MoVR” system allows VR headsets to communicate without a cord 3 weeks
Researchers have a better way to predict flight delays
PHYS.ORG The most dreaded announcement for any airline passenger trying to get home for the holidays has to be a flight delay. Researchers at Binghamton University, State University of New York... 3 weeks
MIT’s new MoVR system makes wireless VR possible with any headset
TechCrunch  Wireless VR will do a lot to help the tech become more viable, since dealing with your heavy cable umbilical on Oculus and HTC Vive right... 3 weeks
WATCH: Facebook Apologizes For Computer Glitch Mistakenly Announcing Deaths
ABC NEWS Memorial banners appeared on some users' pages inviting friends and loved ones to share, remember and celebrate their lives. 3 weeks
Magnetic resonance imaging to predict the salt content of Iberian ham
PHYS.ORG Researchers from the Meat and Meat Products Research Institute of the University of Extremadura have developed a non-destructive, innocuous method for quantifying the salt content of... 3 weeks
 
 

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