Verizon: Who Needs the iPhone?
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, 9 hours ago
To stay ahead of AT&T and Apple, Verizon is placing a big bet on Android smartphones and other new gadgets Newsdigest 26 November 2014 - Particle Physics News, 9 hours ago
Your eyes could help make a huge Higgs boson breakthrough -- LHC''s ''heart'' starts pumping protons before restart -- The search for dark energy just got easier -- Why does time move forward instead of backward, anyway? -- U.S. particle physics program aims for the future -- LHCb bags two new baryo...
Electronic implant dissolves after treating bacterial infection
The Engineer, 9 hours ago
Researchers have developed an electronic medical device that dissolves after administering its treatment.??
Coronary Stent Market To Be Worth $5.61B By 2020
DeviceTalk, 9 hours ago
Performance of the Emotiv Epoc headset for P300-based applications
Source, 9 hours ago
Background: For two decades, EEG-based Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) systems have been widely studied in research labs. Now, researchers want to consider out-of-the-lab applications and make this technology available to everybody. However, medical-grade EEG recording devices are still much too expe...
GE Aviation and Turbocoating to produce coatings for aircraft engine components
Aerospace Technology, 9 hours ago
GE Aviation has formed a joint venture (JV) with Italian firm Turbocoating, to produce thermal barrier coatings for ceramic matrix composite components used in aircraft engines.
sEMG feature evaluation for identification of elbow angle resolution in graded arm movement
Source, November 25, 2014
Automatic and accurate identification of elbow angle from surface electromyogram (sEMG) is essential for myoelectric controlled upper limb exoskeleton systems. This requires appropriate selection of sEMG features, and identifying the limitations of such a system.This study has demonstrated that it i...
US Navy deploys a laser weapon to the Persian Gulf and Arabian Sea
Defense Update, November 25, 2014
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The Old BYTE Returns
TechWeb, September 08, 2014
BYTE is starting a new series, to bring back the issues you loved in print from 1975 to 1998. Initially we have the first two issues and four others from 1984, 1985 and 1986.