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The Miraculous 1880s
IEEE Spectrum, 23 hours ago
Boosters of Silicon Valley days are off base: The real tech decade happened rather earlier
Armored Exoskeletons Help Roachbots Go Anywhere, Handle Anything
IEEE Spectrum, 23 hours ago
UC Berkeley''s robotic roaches roll through clutter thanks to fancy new shells
Formula E Ends First Season Wheel-to-Wheel
IEEE Spectrum, 23 hours ago
Energy efficiency and battery management dominate the series
SpaceX Rocket Explosion Is Latest in Space Station Resupply Failures
IEEE Spectrum, 23 hours ago
Loss of a SpaceX resupply mission comes at an awkward time for NASA''s private spaceflight contractors
How Would You Like Your Robo-Car? Barista-bot? Burrito-mobile? Rolling Movie Theater?
IEEE Spectrum, 23 hours ago
Self-driving cars will become places of their own, not just means of transport
Femtosecond Lasers Create 3-D Midair Plasma Displays You Can Touch
IEEE Spectrum, June 26, 2015
Floating dots of plasma make tiny, touchable images
The Surprisingly Long Life of the Punch Card
IEEE Spectrum, June 26, 2015
From 18th-century looms to hanging chads, this technology endured
Video Friday: iCub Is Evolving, Mind-Controlled Robot, and ROS for Drones
IEEE Spectrum, June 26, 2015
The week''s best robot videos
Graphene Magnetic Sensor Hundred Times More Sensitive Than Silicon
IEEE Spectrum, June 26, 2015
Graphene''s umatched charge carrier mobility improves sensitivity and power consumption for Hall effect sensor
The Computer Chip That Never Forgets
IEEE Spectrum, June 26, 2015
Melding spin-based logic and memory could lead to low-power, instant-on electronics
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