Verizon: Who Needs the iPhone?
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, 3 hours ago
To stay ahead of AT&T and Apple, Verizon is placing a big bet on Android smartphones and other new gadgets
Evaluation of the effect of stent strut profile on shear stress distribution using statistical moments
Source, 3 hours ago
Background: In-stent restenosis rates have been closely linked to the wall shear stress distribution within a stented arterial segment, which in turn is a function of stent design. Unfortunately, evaluation of hemodynamic performance can only be evaluated with long term clinical trials. In this work...
Jordanian F-16 crash in Raqqa, Pilot captured by ISIS
Defense Update, 3 hours ago
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Qatar Airways receives first Airbus A350 XWB
Aerospace Technology, December 24, 2014
Qatar Airways has received its first Airbus A350 XWB, the next-generation wide-body airliner, becoming the world''s first airline to receive the aircraft.
Interactions.org Newsdigest 24 December 2014
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, December 24, 2014
Neutrino study: High precision hunt for Big Bang particles begins -- What is the weak force? -- How do we know the Big Bang actually happened? -- Scientists far from home at Christmas (podcast) -- The top ten space and physics stories of 2014 -- New doubt about dark matter -- CERN nuclear physics la...
When Smart May Also Mean Vulnerable
DeviceTalk, December 23, 2014
An objective assessment method for frequency selectivity of the human auditory system
Source, December 18, 2014
Background: Frequency selectivity (FS) is an important aspect of auditory function, and is typically described by a tuning curve function. Sharply tuned curves represent a higher acuity in detecting frequency differences, and conversely, broadly tuned curves demonstrate a lower acuity. One way of ob...
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.