Electronics

Scientists find the best sites for electric vehicle charging stations

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a computational model that can be used to determine the optimal places for locating electric vehicle...

New 6G component provides speed, efficiency needed for next-gen network

Even though consumers won’t see it for years, researchers around the world are already laying the foundation for the next generation of wireless communications,...

Why the Apple and Google app store monopoly could soon be over

New rules on mobile app stores could trigger a wave of creative, cheaper apps with more privacy options for users. Every budding developer dreams of...

Hackers can eavesdrop 6G frequency with DIY metasurface

Crafty hackers can make a tool to eavesdrop on some 6G wireless signals in as little as five minutes using office paper, an inkjet...

Considering the mass shooting in Buffalo, is it time to impose new rules on...

An 18-year-old white man, armed with an assault weapon on which was written an anti-Black slur, is accused of entering a grocery store in...

Researchers find way to add feelings to lips in virtual reality

Lips, together with the gums and tongue, are second only to the fingertips in nerve density. The new system uses airborne ultrasound waves to create...

Apple Watch ECGs could help detect a weak heart pump

Scientists from Mayo Clinic found Single-lead ECG tracings from an Apple Watch interpreted by an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm could effectively identify patients with...

Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter represents ‘unprecedented, uncharted territory’

Elon Musk bought Twitter on Monday, and soon users of the social-media platform, as well as regulators and lawmakers around the world, will find...

Portable MRIs could detect strokes effectively

Scientists from Yale and Harvard found that portable MRI machines, an emerging technology that makes medical imaging accessible even in remote locations, detected ischemic...

Smartwatches can track your COVID-19 symptoms via heart rate

Scientists from the University of Michigan found if one becomes ill with COVID-19, their smartwatch can track the progression of the symptoms, and could...