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Former Microsoft Researchers Find New Homes at VMWare, Google, Apple, and Elsewhere
IEEE Spectrum, January 23, 2015
Know any good algorithms? These former Microsoft researchers do, and Silicon Valley companies are snapping them up
Carbon Nanotube Transistors Go Head-to-Head With Silicon
IEEE Spectrum, January 23, 2015
A Stanford team has made carbon nanotube transistors with record-setting current densities and stacked them to make 3-D circuits
Video Friday: Mars Helicopter, 100 Dancing Robots, and Putin''s Combat Cyborg
IEEE Spectrum, January 23, 2015
Can a robot helicopter fly on Mars? We answer this question and much more on this week''s Video Friday
Start-up Profile: CyPhy Works Builds Tethered Drones for Soldiers, First Responders
IEEE Spectrum, January 23, 2015
The company's drone-on-a-string provides an extra pair of eyes in tight spots
2014 Venture Funding Was Highest Since Dot-Com Boom
IEEE Spectrum, January 22, 2015
Tech companies got the largest share of the $48.3 billion investors poured into startups
It's Too Soon to Judge Shale Gas
IEEE Spectrum, January 22, 2015
Its effect on energy economics is huge, but will it last?
Flying, Walking Vampire Bat Robot Is Back
IEEE Spectrum, January 22, 2015
With new, foldable wings, DALER is more capable (and bat-like) than ever
The Germanium-Tin Laser: Answer to the On-Chip Data Bottleneck?
IEEE Spectrum, January 22, 2015
Silicon-compatible laser could be suitable for data transmission between processor cores, but it''s got some problems
Increasing Use of Radar Tests Spectrum Authorities
IEEE Spectrum, January 22, 2015
The FCC in particular needs to make radar regulation more friendly to innovators
Graphene Devices Stand the Test of Time
IEEE Spectrum, January 22, 2015
Encapsulation technique allows graphene devices to survive in normal atmospheres for several months
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