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Science and technology: Sunny uplands | The Economist

Sunny uplands

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For the serious audiophile: Oppo HA-1 headphone amp

Oppo HA-1 Headphone Amp Preview

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In the Networked Society, structures and incentives that cater for todays employees may no longer apply to future worklife. How can you as an employer adapt to this change? Here you'll find some tips. lnkd.in/by26d94 #workinglife

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Graphene-based Nanoantennas Could Speed Up Wireless Networks - IEEE Spectrum

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Bringing you.....the Ericsson Radio Dot. Redefining the concept of small cells. #radiodot

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The visible element of the Radio Dot System, the Radio Dot itself has a striking, minimalist design that will be welcome in any indoor environment, and it weighs only 300g or 10 ounces! #radiodot

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Say hello to the next generation of video compression: HEVC. Find out more about this new standard here. #HEVC

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The Intel 8088 processor powered the first successful PC, created by IBM in 1981. #intel

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Tesla Alternating Motor. Patented February 25, 1896.

cosmic.

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Antenna Anechoic Chamber by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, via Flickr

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ANTENNAS EVERYWHERE: An array of waveguides and silicon photonic structures can manipulate the phase of light in order to steer a beam.

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Physicists Build First Single-Atom Quantum Bit in Silicon - IEEE Spectrum

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Cloud failures © 2012 IEEE Spectrum magazine

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Silicon Carbide Logic Circuits Work at Blistering Temperatures(550 °C) - IEEE Spectrum

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Endeavour & 747 carrier

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Pair of Probes to Visit Van Allen Belts - IEEE Spectrum Photo: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/NASA SPACE SIBLINGS: An artists impression of the Radiation Belt Storm Probes mission in orbit. Using two identical probes in concert will let scientists learn far more about the Van Allen belts than they could from any number of single-probe missions.

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Very Thin Lasers Could Speed Computers - IEEE Spectrum HOLY MIRRORS! Photonic crystal reflectors are made from a patterned piece of silicon, to keep the profile of a new kind of laser slim.

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People on the Beach: That’s what Lim Saw Sing saw in this scanning electron microscope image. Lim, who works at Infineon Technologies’ facility in Kulim, Malaysia, exposed a polyimide surface to etching by reactive ions. The resulting image won first prize at the 2012 IEEE International Symposium on the Physical and Failure Analysis of Integrated Circuits (IPFA 2012). Photo: Lim Saw Sing/Infineon Technologies

Semiconductors News & Articles - IEEE Spectrum

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CORDLESS SOLAR CHARGING: Oscillators built on plastic  [inset] take power from two solar cells to wirelessly charge portable devices.

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Photo: Suniva TOP OF THE LINE: The efficiency of solar modules lags that of the record-setting cells that companies produce. But “flagship lines” like those incorporating Suniva’s ARTisun Select cells offer better performance—for a price.

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富山ライトレール Toyama Light Rail

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Steve Jobs, in his "Next Computers" company office. 1993

Apple: A history of one of the world’s most valuable companies

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MEMS are quietly changing the way you live, in ways that you might never imagine.

MEMS

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NASA Ames received the award for developing Toughened Uni-piece Fibrous Reinforced Oxidation-Resistant Composite (TUFROC).

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Robotic Fabrication Lab, University of Stuttgart

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