5G Rise Slowed by Cost, Regulation
Much needs to be done to secure the infrastructure necessary for fifth-generation wireless communications and the use of millimeter wave technology. As researchers at NYU Polytechnic?s wireless research center make strides in mapping and measuring frequencies between 10 and 300 GHz, Moore''s Law and...
19 Views of IDF 2014
Intel tipped a Xeon-class processor for microservers, a 3D camera, and plans for a password- and wire-free PC this year at IDF, where Rick Merritt had brief, strange encounters with Sergey Brin and a banana piano.
Mars Probe Looks for Atmosphere ''Lost in Space''
NASA''s latest Martian probe is fast approaching the Red Planet to begin exploring its upper atmosphere, ionosphere and interactions with the solar wind to determine why our once-watery planetary neighbor has evolved into a barren, frozen world.
Moore''s Law Has No End in Sight
Gallium arsenide (GaAs) will soon outpace silicon as a higher-performance choice for implementing integrated circuits, according to POET Technologies Inc.
Connected EVs Drive Farther, Project Finds
A research consortium headed by carmaker BMW explored ways to extend the driving range of electric cars at a given battery capacity. The result: Smart driving strategies and connected technologies can extend the range by as much as 15%, even with available batteries.
Will Artificial Hearts Be Next Big Thing in Medtech?
The total artificial heart might be the next medtech goldmine. Shares of artificial heart maker Carmat climbed nearly 20% in midday trading on September 5 amidst recently confirmed rumors that the company?s technology had been successfully implanted in the second human patient.
Creating an 8x8x8 3D LED Cube: Testing the 8x8 PanelsStories 1 - 10 of 2946
Creating an 8x8x8 3D tri-color LED cube from the ground up involves a variety of tasks, one of which is burn-in-testing the eight 8x8 panels before assembling them into the final cube.