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Engineers are searching for energy-efficient ways to cool down computers that get hot while powering the Internet.
The military has embarked on a new project to develop a "smart camera" that would help robots understand the world around them.
A cushioning device called a deployable energy absorber (DEA) is being tested by NASA on helicopters that have to make crash landings.
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the registration of the first .com domain name in the history of the Internet.
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A new visual recognition test easy for humans but hard for software to solve could offer a new source of “captchas” for online security and services.
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Researchers have built a new super-small "nanodragster" that improves on prior nanocar designs and could speed up efforts to craft tiny factories for making atomically precise products.
Scientists have created highly efficient, glitter-sized solar cells that could fit virtually any object and be woven into clothing.