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Hearing better with skin than ears: Research team develops a sound-sensing skin-attachable acoustic sensor

"Hey, Siri, how's the weather today?" Voice recognition technology is increasingly prevalent. It is a convenient technology with broad applications. However, to get the most of its intended functions, users must stand near ...

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Detecting fluorescence signals from nanoscale thin films: New possibilities in product labeling

Researchers from INNOVENT e.V. and Ferdinand-Braun-Institut gGmbH have developed a measurement technique to detect nanoscale fluorescent thin films for the first time without using expensive laboratory equipment. Fluorescent ...

Hardware

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, 6G. An international team led by researchers at The University ...

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Supercomputer debuts as world's fastest, breaking exascale barrier

The Frontier supercomputer at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory earned the top ranking today as the world's fastest on the 59th TOP500 list, with 1.1 exaflops of performance. The system is the first ...

Consumer & Gadgets

E Ink announces next-generation color ePaper, E Ink Gallery 3

E Ink Corporation has announced the development of E Ink Gallery 3—its next generation electronic color paper for the eReader and eNote devices. In its announcement, the company notes that the new generation of color ePaper ...

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Immersive motion ball a potential VR training tool

Professor Rob Lindeman, Director of the University's Human Interface Technology Lab (HIT Lab NZ), says the NOVA, purchased at the end of last year, has huge potential for training as well as educational purposes. The device ...