Category: Tech News
Japanese electronics firm Toshiba says it will halve the number of staff in its TV division to 3,000 as it looks to revamp the unit's operations.
Solving the mystery of why we sleep using DIY tech
The US SpaceX company successfully launches a new version of its Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
The UK is to recruit hundreds of reservists to join a newly created cyber unit to help defend national security, the defence secretary announces.
Valve reveals haptic game controller for release in 2014
Games developer and publisher Valve has shown off its Steam Controller, the final part of its strategy to bring its PC-based platform to the living room. The controller offers two trackpads which provide "haptic" feedback capable of delivering various physical ...
Valve Steam Machines, Steam Controller, and SteamOS: Visionary or Vapor?
Goodbye thumbsticks: Valve unveils Steam Controller with PC-like trackpads
Valve rounds off big week with 'Steam Controller'
DSU professsor: Discovery of water on Mars 'a major step forward'
This self-portrait of NASA's Mars rover Curiosity combines dozens of exposures taken by the rover's Mars Hand Lens Imager in February. Dr. Noureddine Melikechi of Delaware State University helped design the ChemCam laser aboard Curiosity which has ...
Nasa's Curiosity rover finds water in Martian soil
Mars water surprise in Curiosity rover soil samples
Water! NASA's Curiosity rover finds H2O in Mars soil
Sayonara, silicon? Engineers build first carbon nanotube computer
Los Angeles Times
Tech soothsayers have long predicted the demise of computers as we know them today, as their shrinking sizes approach the limits of silicon's ability to take the heat. Now, researchers at Stanford University — in the heart of Silicon Valley — have tossed the ...
First computer made of carbon nanotubes is unveiled
Researchers Build a Working Carbon Nanotube Computer
A first: Stanford engineers build computer using carbon nanotube technology
Christian Science Monitor
Google rolls out an algorithm designed for questions (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Today is Google's 15th birthday, and to celebrate, the search engine has rolled out a spiffy new interactive doodle. It's also introduced, for the first time in years, a major new algorithm to help it better sort results. Skip to next paragraph. Related stories ...
Google unveils major upgrade to search algorithm
Google Turns 15, Introduces New Search Algorithm
At 15, Google's ambitions remain unbridled
Scientists more convinced mankind is main cause of warming
By Alister Doyle and Simon Johnson. STOCKHOLM | Sat Sep 28, 2013 6:21am IST. STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Leading climate scientists said on Friday they were more convinced than ever that humans are the main culprits for global warming, and predicted ...
U.N. report declares climate change is here to stay, and it's our fault
Humans almost certainly cause global warming, scientific panel says
Climate Economists Deftly Tackle their Second-Hardest Question
For longer battery life, change these iOS 7 settings
Some of iOS 7's features -- including hidden settings -- could be killing your phone's battery life. Here's how to make sure your iPhone makes it through the day. Sharon Vaknin. by Sharon Vaknin. September 27, 2013 4:31 PM PDT. Follow @sharonvak ...
Apple's iPhone isn't waterproof, no matter what the Internet says
10 Epic iOS 7 Tips
Apple's iOS 7 makes users sick