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Trump says Apple will spend ‘vast sums’ in US

Trump has rejected Apple’s calls for a tariff exemption on its products from China Donald Trump said Friday that tech…

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Posted in Engineering

Wearable sensors detect what’s in your sweat

New wearable sensors developed by scientists at UC Berkeley can provide real-time measurements of sweat rate and electrolytes and metabolites…

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Posted in Machine Learning & AI

Using Wall Street secrets to reduce the cost of cloud infrastructure

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Stock market investors often rely on financial risk theories that help them maximize returns while minimizing…

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Posted in Hi Tech & Innovation

Silicon Valley wants to read your mind

Credit: Image Flow/Shutterstock Not content with monitoring almost everything you do online, Facebook now wants to read your mind as…

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Posted in Robotics

Solving a Rubik’s Cube with a dexterous hand

Credit: Li et al. In recent years, a growing number of researchers have explored the use of robotic arms or…

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Posted in Robotics

The future is more human than you think

Creating a future that is bright for all requires more humanity rather than less. Especially in the case of robots….

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Technology start-ups that fail fast succeed faster

It took Thomas Edison countless failures before he succeeded in developing a marketable lightbulb. Credit: Shutterstock Failure rates of new…

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Posted in Automotive

Researchers make automated vehicles real

Credit: Queensland University of Technology QUT researchers are trialling the most advanced cooperative and automated car in Australia and will…

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Amazon pays warehouse workers to say good things on Twitter. The campaign is getting backlash online

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Select workers at Amazon warehouses—or fulfillment centers—are part of a campaign to tweet positively about their…

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Wireless sensors stick to skin and track health

Using metallic ink, researchers screen-print an antenna and sensor onto a stretchable sticker designed to adhere to skin and track…

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