Comforting news for anyone over the age of 35, scientists have worked out that modern pop music really is louder and does all sound the same.
PLX Technology announced new ultra-high lane count PCI Express (PCIe) Gen3 switches for storage systems, high-end graphics and communications platforms. The new ExpressLane PCIeGen3 switches include the PEX8796 (96 lanes, 24 ports), PEX8780 (80 lanes, 20 ports) and PEX8764 (64 lanes, 16 ports)
When it comes to safety in new cars, seat belts are a no brainer. They reduce crash-related injuries and death by 50 percent, according to the CDC. Forty-nine states—New Hampshire is taking Live Free or Die a little seriously—have laws requiring people to wear seatbelts, and it’s estimated about 80 percent of people actually wear the belts when they’re in the car.
Hacking experts on Wednesday demonstrated ways to attack Android smartphones using methods they said work on virtually all such devices in use today, despite recent efforts by search engine giant Google to boost protection.
Almost two-thirds of world leaders have joined the Twitterverse where President Barack Obama and his tweet on gay marriage are the most popular to date, says a new study Thursday.
The antenna has the single largest impact on the performance of any Telit radio implementation, whether it‘s cellular, GPS or short range. It can be very difficult for developers without the proper tools and experience to select and implement an antenna properly. Antenna performance is influenced by conductive and absorptive system elements like
More than 21 states have simplified how they collect taxes in hopes of recovering an estimated $20 billion in sales taxes that go uncollected by out-of-state online merchants every year. But the nation's governors say they still need help from Congress.
Scientists at Queen Mary, University of London have launched a fun new smartphone app that lets users interact with and control their own emotional pet robot, using ideas taken from a recent European robotics research project called LIREC.
(Reuters) - BlackBerry users can no longer use the official New York Times app to read news stories over their devices, in a fresh blow to Research In Motion, the maker of the smartphone once considered an essential tool for business professionals.
(Reuters) - Arguments around U.S. family dinner tables may soon go from who talked too much on the phone this month to who used up the family's Internet service.
Britain's information watchdog on Wednesday ordered a city council to stop the mandatory recording of people's conversations in taxis, saying the policy breaches the Data Protection act.
Could a low-cost screening device connected to a cell phone save thousands of women and children from anemia-related deaths and disabilities?
Do you have what it takes to be an ethical hacker? Can you step into the shoes of a professional paid to outsmart supposedly locked-down systems? Now you can at least try, no matter what your background, with a new card game developed by University of Washington computer scientists.
New technology is supposed to be an improvement over old technology. It should be more efficient, faster, smaller, or simply just better than its predecessors OR it must offer something so unique, so amazing that you forget that it, in fact, does nothing. It’s the reason smart phones, tablets, and ultrabooks are outselling dumb phones, computers, and laptops of days gone by. People like improvements.
- A new video initiative is bringing the famed brown bears of Alaska's Katmai National Park directly to your computer or smartphone.
Power Integrations announced its LinkSwitch-HP family of off-line switcher ICs that can deliver up to 90 W output power with accurate primary-side regulation (PSR), according to the company. These ICs use control algorithms and the properties of the main power transformer and output diode
MINNEAPOLIS – Watching videos on YouTube may be a new way to show the treatment for a common cause of vertigo, which often goes untreated by physicians, according to a study published in the July 24, 2012, print issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
A radio signal being transmitted out of a submarine base is likely behind reports of garage doors failing to open and close in southeastern Connecticut, the U.S. Navy said Monday.
(Reuters) - Whether it is getting off a bus or reading a menu, a new app aims to make life easier for the blind or visually impaired.
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- High-tech security? Forget those irksome digital eye scans. Meet the biometric shoe.
UCLA researchers have developed a new transparent solar cell that is an advance toward giving windows in homes and other buildings the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside. Their study appears in the journal ACS Nano.
The JANUS Displays portfolio has expanded to include Planar’s Clarity Matrix LCD Video Wall and Planar Mosaic Architectural Video Walls.
Morrow Technologies announced that glasses-free 3D video content creation services, 2D to 3D content creation services, and glasses-free 3D displays are now available as part of the JANUS Displays product portfolio due to a business development with Dimenco Displays.
You know the ECN editors love a good vending machine (also a good pizza). Now we’re thinking green. Introducing the A011 — the name isn’t catchy but the idea sure is. Not only is the A011 vending machine good for the drinks, it’s good for the environment. At a time when a lot of companies are looking for ways to make home appliances smarter and more energy efficient, it appears Coke is doing its part.
Analysts cut their price targets on Nokia to little more than the value of its cash and patents on Friday as hopes fade that phones using new Microsoft software can revive the ailing mobile company anytime soon.