3D Computer Chips Could Be 1,000 Times Faster Than Existing Ones

3D Computer Chips Could Be 1,000 Times Faster Than Existing Ones

A new method of creating computer chips could provide much faster performance than was previously possible. The new design uses a special material called carbon nanotubes, which allows memory and processor layers to be stacked in three dimensions.

China claims they have created the World's first quantum computer capable of performing calculations 10 to 100 times faster than what the first electronic digital computer ENIAC would have been capable of doing. http://ift.tt/2pIODAK

Next Big Future: Dwave Systems will be commercially releasing a new 1152 qubit quantum annealing system in March 2015

New wonder material 'stanene' could replace graphene with 100% electrical conductivity - Science - News - The Independent

New wonder material 'stanene' could replace graphene with 100% electrical conductivity

Adding fluorine atoms (yellow) to a single layer of tin atoms (grsy) should allow a predicted new material, stanene, to conduct electricity perfectly along its

In graphene, electrons keep their magnetization, their spin (the pink arrows in the picture) much longer than they do in ordinary conductors such as copper and aluminum. This characteristic of graphene may enable spintronics to become a complement to traditional electronics, which only utilizes one of the electron´s degrees of freedom, namely their charge.

Graphene promising for future high-efficiency spintronic processors

DNA robots hunt down and kill cancer cells - Technology & science - Science - DiscoveryNews.com | NBC News

This year, researchers hope that tiny robots built entirely of DNA will help save a critically ill leukemia patient. These DNA nanobots are designed to see

Scientists at Duke have built a camera with 30 times the capacity of today's best consumer digital devices

Scientists at Duke have built an experimental camera with more than 30 times the data-collecting capacity of today's best consumer digital devices.

How iTunes Genius Really Works | MIT Technology Review

How iTunes Genius Really Works

Eavesdropping Antennas Can Steal Your Smart Phone's Secrets

Eavesdropping Antennas Can Steal Your Smart Phone's Secrets

How One Intelligent Machine Learned to Recognize Human Emotions

Humans Are Tech’s Next Big Thing—And That Could Be Risky

Humans Are Tech's Next Big Thing—And That Could Be Risky

An Old Technique Could Put Artificial Intelligence in Your Hearing Aid Developing chips with analog, rather than digital, circuits, to put the benefits of AI in smaller devices.

"What is Nanotechnology?  A basic definition: Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. This covers both current work and concepts that are more advanced.  In its original sense, 'nanotechnology' refers to the projected ability to construct items from the bottom up, using techniques and tools being developed today to make complete, high performance products."

With atoms, this parallel-shaft speed reducer gear is one of the largest nanomechanical devices ever modeled in atomic detail.

GIGABYTE's new Brix S is a super-powered NUC-alike

Small form factor computing is about to take off - that's GIGABYTE's big bet.

গ্রাফিন, ব্যাটারিকে করবে শক্তিশালী এবং উচ্চ ক্ষমতাসম্পন্ন

Manchester Metropolitan University is embarking on a project to print "super batteries" from graphene ink

Play PS4 Games On Your Mac or Windows PC With Remote Play #Windows

Play PS4 Games On Your Mac or Windows PC With Remote Play

Sony has just released an update which allows you to play PlayStation 4 games on your Mac or Windows PC.

HowStuffWorks "How Nanorobots Will Work"

How Nanorobots Will Work

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