Communication

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.

Roll-to-roll chemical vapor deposition system makes long sheets of high quality graphene

MIT has combined a roll-to-roll approach -- a common industrial approach for continuous processing of thin foils -- with the common graphene-fabrication technique of chemical vapor deposition, to manufacture high-quality graphene in large quantitie

MIT researchers develop scalable manufacturing process for graphene sheets

Among the almost limitless use cases for commercial-scale graphene is filtration. MIT engineers say they've now developed a scalable production process for precisely tailored graphene filtration membranes, which could see action in desalination, biol

Want to Build a Killer App for Bitcoin Cash? Look No Further

The Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network is growing relentlessly as far as infrastructure and development are concerned. So far the decentralized cryptocurrency has gained a lot of support from various exchanges and wallet providers, while other developers are

How to Build a Mini Supercomputer for Under $100

Wei Lin built a scalable computing cluster comprised of $7 chips.

The NSA Wants a Skeleton Key to Everyone's Encrypted Data

Encryption can protect personal data from government intrusion, which means the government wants the key to break it.

Quantum spookiness exploited for better random numbers

Researchers have come up with a way to generate truly random numbers using quantum mechanics.

Could the police replay murder victims' memories after they DIE?

Our memories leave a clear and unique genetic mark on our brains. That's the remarkable discovery of scientists in Israel who say these genetic markers could be used to unlock memories after people die. The technology opens the door to strange sce

The Secrets Your Cell Phone Tells

"If I know your phone number, I can track your whereabouts globally."

Solving the issues around connecting nanowires to single atom qubits

NIST researchers have pioneered a process that drastically simplifies fabrication of the kind of nanoscale microchip features that may soon form the basis of a quantum computer, among other applications.

US is funding $400-600 million for each of three exascale supercomputers to be delivered...

US is funding $400-600 million for each of three exascale supercomputers to be delivered by 2022

Photonic precision measurement chip shows mass production of quantum sensors is possible

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have created a chip on which laser light interacts with a tiny cloud of atoms to serve as a miniature toolkit for measuring important quantities such as length with quantum prec

IBM Collaborating With Top Startups to Accelerate Quantum Computing

IBM has joined nearly 100 startup founders, venture capitalists and industry thought leaders at the first IBM Q Summit Silicon Valley event in Palo Alto, CA. The goal of the day: cut through the hype and focus on the present state of quantum computin

FCC approves SpaceX 4425 internet satellite network

The Federal Communications Commission approved an application by SpaceX to provide broadband services using satellite technology in the United States and around the world. With this action, the Commission takes another step to increase high-speed bro

Study: Prosthetic Memory System Successfully Implemented In Humans

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- We're familiar with the amazing power of prosthetic limbs, but scientists have taken the power of prostheses to a new level.

Meet the Charity 'eat BCH' - the P2P Electronic Cash-to-Food System

Over the past few months of 2018 flying under the radar, there's a new charity aimed at feeding Venezuelan citizens and their children -- a group called 'eat BCH.' The group has been getting a lot of bitcoin cash (BCH) donations towards feedi

Graphene can drastically enhance nerve cell signaling in the human brain, say researchers

(Natural News) Graphene has been the subject of a number of breakthrough discoveries over the past two decades. Now, a group of researchers from Vanderbilt University has found yet another one to add to the ever-growing list. Graphene is said to be a

Quantum Computer spending should rapidly scale towards the $300 billion per year semiconductor level

The market for quantum computing is projected to be around $5 billion to $10 billion a year by Morgan Stanley in the next 10 years.

Brave Announces Coming Browser With Support for Chrome Extensions

Brave, an open source web browser by Mozilla's co-founder that claims to block ads and trackers, in addition to facilitating cryptocurrency-based micro-transactions between content consumers and producers, has announced development plans for its up

Quantized Majorana conductance is progress to Topological Quantum Computers

Since the breakthrough discovery of the Majorana particle in 2012 in Delft, researchers faced great challenges.

5G Death Towers: Whistle Blower blows lid off 5G Death Towers! (Part 1 of 2).

5G Death Towers: Whistle Blower blows lid off 5G Death Towers! (Part 1 of 2). 5G Towers have 300ft spoke copper wheels that span out under ground aimed at altering Earth's Natural Frequency, working in conjunction with Space Fence above at top of sky

Ford to Use Cryptocurrency for Inter-Vehicle Communication System

Ford has been issued a patent for "Apparatus and methods […] for vehicle-to-vehicle cooperation to marshal traffic." The patent indicates that Ford is seeking to use cryptocurrency technology as a means for cars to communicate with each other w

Nvidia DGX-2 is 2 petaflop AI supercomputer for $399,000

NVIDIA launched NVIDIA DGX-2, the first single server capable of delivering two petaflops of computational power.A DGX-2 has the deep learning processing power of 300 servers occupying 15 racks of datacenter space, while being 60x smaller and 18x mor

Breakthrough to enable computers that are 100 times faster

Following three years of extensive research, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU) physicist Dr. Uriel Levy and his team have created technology that will enable our computers--and all optic communication devices--to run 100 times faster through tera

Phosphorous atoms could serve as biochemical qubits for quantum computing in the human brain

Researcher Matthew Fisher is leading the $1.2 million QuBrain project to see if the human brain utilizes any quantum computing.

Paper thin flexible screens at only $5 for a 5 inch screen

Optoelectronic engineers in China and Hong Kong have manufactured a special type of liquid crystal display (LCD) that is paper-thin, flexible, light and tough

Most Privacy Coins Aren't That Private

Privacy coins are meant to be private. That's their raison d'être. Strip away the privacy, and they simply become altcoins, and dangerous ones at that, with the potential to deanonymize their users and expose their secrets. A number of recent re

Swiss startup Proxeus aims to disrupt data storage and access

Following a $25 million ICO, award winning startup Proxeus signs a groundbreaking partnership with high-security data center MOUNT10.

The US Military Is Making Lasers That Create Voices out of Thin Air

Within three years, the Pentagon's non-lethal weapons lab hopes to have a direct energy weapon that can produce an effect like a haunted walkie-talkie or the biblical burning bush.

PureVPN puts privacy on steroids

With so much of our lives now conducted online, and that trend only set to continue, protecting your privacy while wading through the internet is more important than ever.

Breakthrough to wafer scale quantum processors using silicon isotope...

CEA-Leti, a French technology research institute of the CEA and Inac, a joint fundamental research institute between the CEA and the University Grenoble Alpes, today announced a breakthrough towards large-scale fabrication of quantum bits, or qubits,

Electron holography microscope with spatial resolution down to one atom

Researchers at Leti, a CEA Tech institute, recently developed an electron holography technique capable of imaging material structures with a spatial resolution of just one atom.

Nikola Tesla on Wireless Technology, Describes a Cell Phone Back in 1926

"The progressive development of man is vitally dependent on invention.

In five years quantum computing will be mainstream

IBM's mission is to help their clients change the way the world works. There's no better example of that than IBM Research's annual "5 in 5" technology predictions.

South Korea getting 10 Gigabit per second internet and targets 50% 10 Gbps coverage by 2022

South Korea is starting to commercialize 10-gigabit (Gb) transfer speeds for its online network systems, which is 10 times faster than Giga Internet, the fastest broadband service currently available, the ICT ministry said Sunday.

Satellites reveal extent of global fishing

The dataset provides greater detail than previously possible about fishing activity on the high seas, beyond national jurisdictions, according to a press release from Global Fishing Watch. While most nations appear to fish predominantly within their

Proto-molecular nanotechnology –

– Programmable Molecular Fabrication of trillions of functionalized carbon nanotubes

Amazon airship to launch its delivery drones; Amazon Go grocery store - Compilation

1. Jan 4, 2017 -- Amazon has filed a patent for a self-driving airship that can store inventory and be used as a base to launch delivery drones.

The Internet Revolutionized Communications, But That's Just the Beginning ...

The internet may be beginning to deliver on its potential to radically change human interactions in all spheres of life.

Samsung's Latest TV Camouflages Itself When You're Not Using It

The new TV hides on your wall like a digital chameleon.

Oldest-known message in a bottle found on WA beach 132 years after being tossed overboard

A Perth family has made an extraordinary historical discovery after becoming bogged on a West Australian beach.

Graphene superlattices could be used for superconducting transistors

Researchers created a "superlattice" of two graphene sheets stacked together -- not precisely on top of each other, but rotated ever so slightly, at a "magic angle" of 1.1 degrees.

Plimp Airships

who we are The PLIMP airship represents an innovative new class of aircraft, developed by Egan Airships.

Race for global low earth orbit high bandwidth internet satellites

The LA Times reviews some of the competitors in the race for global low earth orbit high bandwidth internet satellite networks.

How we look kilometers below the Antarctic ice sheet

Antarctica is a vast and dynamic place, but radar technologies -- from World War II-era film to state-of-the-art miniaturized sensors -- are enabling scientists to observe and understand changes beneath the continent's ice in unprecedented detail.

First 3 nanometer test chip tapeout from Cadence Designs

Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDNS) today announced that its extensive, long-standing collaboration has resulted in the industry's first 3nm test chip tapeout.

Moon to get first mobile phone network

The moon will get its first mobile phone network next year, enabling high-definition streaming from the lunar landscape back to earth, part of a project to back the first privately funded moon mission.

DARPA funds nanoscale magnetic materials for super computer memory and quantum info processing

A team of Ohio State researchers has received a $6.34 million award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop novel magnetic materials by unlocking the power of skyrmions, nanoscale spin textures that offer promise for sto

DARPA aims for 100-fold performance improvement for defense-related sensors and devices

The performance and reliability of quantum sensors and devices is dependent on the length of time the underlying quantum states can remain coherent.

Sixth Grader Writes a 57-Page Book About Bitcoin

An 11-year old named Andrew Courey from Massachusetts just published a book on bitcoin so the younger generation can grasp this emerging technology that's been sweeping the globe. The sixth-grader considers himself an expert on bitcoin, and his 57-

Bitfract by Shapeshift Lets You Swap One Cryptocurrency for Many

Instant cryptocurrency exchange specialist Shapeshift has quietly launched a new service. Bitfract, which is still in beta, allows users to swap from one cryptocurrency for multiple cryptos in an instant. For example, you can swap from bitcoin to a b

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