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Telepresence Robots Designed to Improve Quality of Life

A new telepresence robot is devoted to bringing loved ones into your home no matter how far away they might be.

Transparent Silver Film Could Change the Way Touch Screens are Made

A new form of touchscreen is thinner, faster, and better than we ever imagined.

Ultra-fast, Flexible Memory Device to Pave Way for the Next Generation of Electronics

A new form of memory has arrived and it's ultra thin, ultra flexible, and ultra fast.

Chip-Scale Optical Device Achieves Radio Frequency Signal Control at Sub-Nanosecond Time Scales

A new breakthrough could mean the end of low bandwidth issues and the beginning of a faster, more reliable internet.

Electronic Cooling with Graphene

New technology attempts to keep your cell phone from overheating no matter how small the devices.
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Twisting Light with Semiconductor Spirals

A new way to bend light could make 3D smartphone graphics a reality.

Hacking with Sound Waves to Help Identify Cybersecurity Gaps

How music is being used as a weapon in the digital world.

Nature Inspires Ultra-thin, Flat Camera

The newest, smallest, and most efficient cameras come to us courtesy of scientists taking a page out of nature's book.

Mechanical Energy Transducer to Harvest Ambient Power

A new device has created a way for us to power our next generation technology simply by using it.

Robotic Grocery Stores & The Future of Food Shopping

Grocery stores are getting a futuristic upgrade with the help of a host of had-working robots.
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