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A federal jury found Thursday that Google didn't need permission to use a rival's programming tools as it built Android — now the world's leading smartphone operating software and a key part of Google's multi-billion...
by Brandon Bailey, AP Technology Writer
5.27.2016
12:45am
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Smart home technology that has long been knocking at doors will settle into the mainstream after rival gadgets and services become hassle-free guests that get along with one another, industry insiders say. While smart...
by Glenn Chapman, Phys.org
5.27.2016
12:39am
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Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering conducted a survey on falls among the elderly, and discovered that Americans are very worried about their elderly parent falling—and that this worry leads...
by Tara Moore, Phys.org
5.27.2016
12:36am
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If Hollywood is to be believed, there are two kinds of robots, the friendly and helpful BB-8s, and the sinister and deadly T-1000s. Few would suggest that "Star Wars: the Force Awakens" or "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" are...
by Adam Zewe, Phys.org
5.27.2016
12:33am
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What if you could dial 911 by squeezing your smartphone in a certain pattern in your palm? A different pattern might turn the music on or flip a page on the screen. New software developed by University of Michigan engineers and...
by Phys.org
5.27.2016
12:24am
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Tianma NLT USA has announced a 12.3-inch A-Si TFT LCD HD (1920 x 720) automotive cluster display with corner-cut design developed by Tianma Micro-electronics. Designed to replace analog automotive...
5.26.2016
4:01pm
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Wearable technology includes devices such as glasses, headwear, shoes, wrist-worn devices and any other electronic enabled device that can be worn. The wearables market is expected to grow to over $70 billion by 2025, with large segments in...
5.26.2016
2:18pm
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is revealed after its protective cover is removed inside the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, on May 21, 2016...
by NASA
5.26.2016
10:25am
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The "Internet of Things" could make cities "smarter" by connecting an extensive network of tiny communications devices to make life more efficient. But all these machines will require a lot of energy. Rather than adding to the global reliance on fossil...
by American Chemical Society
5.26.2016
10:01am
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The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), comprising seven telecommunications standard development organizations, will soon choose among channel models to adopt as testing standards for 5G cellular systems. However, a new study by Theodore...
by NYU Tandon School of Engineering
5.26.2016
9:51am
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