Liberation requires collaboration between free thinkers without infringement or censorship. In another age, we could meet in public spaces. Today avoiding the Crown’s surveillance requires we exchange encrypted communication.
To do so, you need to gather a few basic supplies, such as a metal spring from a ball pen, a car charger (one that plugs into the car's cigarette lighter) and a 9-volt battery. Here are the steps to fulfill this task.
China announced Friday that it was nearing completion of its new global positioning system (GPS) network as it prepares to dominate the world's next generation of telecommunications services and further decouple from the US' GPS network, reported Nik
We've recently seen a number of battery-free implantable biosensors, that are activated by the handheld device that reads them. Scientists have now created another such sensor, that's smaller than any that have come before.
If you wanted to have a replica of Michelangelo's David in your home, you'd need plenty of space to show it off. But the replica 3D-printed by Exaddon and ETH Zurich would fit in any home, though you may need a microscope to see it.
Scientists claim that AI can learn what you are thinking by analyzing brain impulses, and then reproduce the image on a video. Rudimentary as it is, it could break down the most private enclave of humanity: your personal thoughts. ? TN Editor
The notion of wearing lenses over our eyes to correct our vision dates back hundreds of years, with some even crediting Leonardo da Vinci as one of the first proponents of the idea (though that remains somewhat controversial).
Although virtual reality technology may allow users to see and hear computer-generated environments, the extent to which people can feel those worlds is still quite limited. That could be about to change, though, thanks to what's being called an "epi
Starlink v1.0 production satellites have 400% increase in overall bandwidth compared to version 0.9 starlink satellites. tarlink v1.0 satellites have antennas with twice as many steerable beams. They can serve more regions at the same time.
Writing in 1889, the Swiss pathologist Ernst Ziegler observed that "a brief and precise definition of inflammation is altogether impossible." Even back then, experts like Ziegler recognized that inflammation manifests in different ways, and that
OmniVision has announced that its OV6948 unit has been declared the world's smallest commercially available image sensor by Guinness World Records. And the company has now squeezed it into a new camera module.
That all changed when scientists began using lidar, a remote sensing technique that shoots lasers from low-flying planes. By measuring a laser's travel time, scientists can determine the shape of the ground within a few centimeters and create a pic
Fiber-optic cables send light signals down a glass or plastic fiber thinner than a strand of hair. Reflective cladding surrounding that core boosts the signal in a technique called "total internal reflection." The speed of the light passing down
It takes a lot of systems engineering-the ability to work on all layers of the stack. This is as complicated as it gets from a systems engineering perspective. You are literally starting with a wafer, and there is a team which is literally etching
EUV Lithography is enabling another reduction in chip dimensions by 5 to 10 times in line geometry and this will extend Moore's law and improve processing speed, component density and reduce energy used.
TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor) announced that its seven-nanometer plus (N7+), the industry's first commercially available Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) lithography technology, is delivering customer products to market in high volume.
If Silicon Valley were to put a team of tech bros together on a project to merge computers and people, the lineup wouldn't be complete without car and rocket man Elon Musk and the Valley's most dubious robot, Mark Zuckerberg.
On the eve of his memoir 'Permanent Record' being published, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden talked at length from Moscow with MSNBC's Brian Williams in an exclusive interview. This is their discussion in its entirety, edited down slightly for clari
I get no pleasure out of saying I told you so. I have been married as long as I have because my wife and myself have learned to not utter these words to each other because it leads to contempt. However, since February of 2017, I have said over two do