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8|27|2014 TAIPEI — Touch Taiwan, an international touch-panel and optical film exhibition that opened here Wednesday, is exposing some of Asia’s ...

8|27|2014 MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google described Andromeda, its latest effort to turn its massive data centers into virtual cloud computing systems customers can ...

8|26|2014 SAN JOSE, Calif. — Uncle Sam is looking for more than a few good engineers to help build smarter cities around the world.

8|25|2014 NEW YORK -- Intel announced a 3G cellular modem with an integrated power amplifier that fits into a 300 mm2 footprint, claiming it is the smallest such chip. ...

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It's late August, so that means next-generation iPhone hype is once again peaking. Apple has a press event scheduled for September 9, where it's widely believed the ...
Franklin flew his kite on a Philadelphia night; He saw that lightning was electricity. Coulomb could tell that like charges repel By the inverse square of their ...
Apple is expected to debut its next-generation smartphone, the iPhone 6, on Sept. 9, and the news has been awash with speculation about what the new device will bring to ...
PARIS — If you’ve enjoyed the experience of tracing 50 years of the Silicon Valley tech revolution at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., the ...
The battle between today's leading video codecs -- HEVC and VP9 -- will be a closer fight than we saw between the leaders in the prior generation, VP8 and AVC. There may ...
Researchers at Black Hat USA demonstrated how they were able to compromise a popular smart thermostat.
China has an ambitious goal to ramp up its production of semiconductors, becoming a major factor in the global supply chain with smartphones one of its key targets.
Although radio-frequency identification (RFID) has been around for many years, its use has not been properly regulated until now. Regulation did not seem necessary ...
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