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WiFi could count you even if you don’t carry an electric device, shows study

Researchers in UC Santa Barbara professor Yasamin Mostofi's lab have enabled, for the first time, counting a stationary seated crowd using WiFi signals, and...

New chip could boost efficiency of gaming, 5G networks, the internet of things, and...

Every piece of data that travels over the internet — from paragraphs in an email to 3D graphics in a virtual reality environment —...

Scientists develop extremely energy-efficient technology to transport data

Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have developed a system to transport data using atomically-thin semiconductors in a way that is extremely energy-efficient. The...

Scientists develop new ultrafast, energy-efficient memory chip for computing

Scientists have spent decades searching for faster, more energy-efficient memory technologies for everything from large data centers to mobile sensors and other flexible electronics. Among...

This new method can predict Alzheimer’s disease with nearly 100% accuracy

In a new study from Kaunas University, Lithuania, researchers developed a deep learning-based method that can predict the possible onset of Alzheimer's disease from...

This method can help people with heart failure find best treatment

In a new study from the University of Birmingham, researchers developed a new way to identify patients with heart failure who will benefit from...

This smart shirt could monitor your heart in real time

There’s no need to don uncomfortable smartwatches or chest straps to monitor your heart if your comfy shirt can do a better job. That’s the...

Atomically-thin, twisted graphene has unique properties, shows study

Researchers describe how electrons move through two-dimensional layered graphene, findings that could lead to advances in the design of future quantum computing platforms. A new...

What is really quantum computing?

To understand quantum computing, we spoke to Erik Lucero, PhD, research scientist and site lead for Google Santa Barbara, the company’s Quantum AI campus. Lucero...

This tech could bring the fastest version of 5G to your home and workplace

Consumers of today's 5G smartphones may have experienced one of the following tradeoffs: impressive download speeds with extremely limited and spotty coverage, or widespread...