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Warren Buffett: This Is What I Think About Apple

It is known that Warren Buffett is quite cautious when investing in high-flying tech stocks. But his attitude is different when it comes to Apple. From...

New hybrid particle offers route to smaller, faster electronic devices

In the particle world, sometimes two is better than one. Take, for instance, electron pairs. When two electrons are bound together, they can glide through...

Graphene could replace rare metal used in smartphone screens, shows study

Scientists demonstrated the successful fabrication of an Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) with a monolayer graphene anode, replacing ITO in organic light-emitting diodes. Indium is one...

Scientists develop stable sodium battery technology

Replacing lithium and cobalt in lithium-ion batteries would result in a more environmentally and socially conscious technology, scientists say. Toward that end, University of Texas...

Scientists revitalize batteries by bringing dead lithium back to life

Researchers may have found a way to revitalize rechargeable lithium batteries, potentially boosting the range of electric vehicles and battery life in next-gen electronic...

In the digital era, you are not alone

Solitude, or being alone, has traditionally been considered a matter of being physically separated from other people. As the world becomes increasingly mediated, we have...

New nanotech could recover rare earth elements from electronic waste

Manufacturers rely on rare earth elements, like neodymium, to create strong magnets used in motors for electronics including hybrid cars, aircraft generators, loudspeakers, hard...

This compact camera is only the size of a salt grain

Researchers have developed an ultracompact camera the size of a coarse grain of salt. The system relies on a technology called a metasurface, which...

This wearable device could detect and reverse opioid overdose

A research team at the University of Washington has developed a wearable device to detect and reverse an opioid overdose. The device, worn on the...

Scientists develop ultra-thin computer on the bone

A team of University of Arizona researchers has developed an ultra-thin wireless device that grows to the surface of bone. It could someday help physicians...