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Verizon: Who Needs the iPhone?
To stay ahead of AT&T and Apple, Verizon is placing a big bet on Android smartphones and other new gadgets
World class circuits by chip architects
Thanks to their designs, the battery of a mobile phone stays charged for longer, the signal is better and more data can be transmitted for a lower price.
Rebooting Your CAPA
Aerojet Rocketdyne's electric propulsion system selected for Europe's Neosat mission
Airbus Defence and Space and Thales Alenia Space have awarded a contract to Aerojet Rocketdyne to develop an electronic controller for the XR-5 Hall Thruster for the Neosat mission.
EPA administrator at Vatican ahead of encyclical.
VATICAN CITY (AP) -- The head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency met Friday with Vatican officials who helped draft Pope Francis'' upcoming encyclical on ecology, evidence that the Obama administration is seeking to hitch its climate-change message onto that of the popular pope....
Interactions.org Newsdigest 29 January 2015
New origin of universe model pours water on Big Bang theory -- How ''second sound'' helps the Large Hadron Collider work -- The most dangerous ideas in science -- Weird x-rays spur speculation about dark matter detection -- CERN wants artists and architects working alongside its physicists -- The fu...
How Iraqi Hezbollah Acquired an American M1A1 tanks?
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Multi-phase cycle coding for SSVEP based brain-computer interfaces
Background: Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) based on Steady State Visual Evoked Potential (SSVEP) have attracted more and more attentions for their short time response and high information transfer rate (ITR). The use of a high stimulation frequency (from 30Hz to 40Hz) is more comfortable for users...